Cedar Rapids Gazette, November 27, 1974, Page 5

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 27, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa rCWCAM to 7AM II- 29-89 now is expected Wednesday night around the Great Lakes and in parts of the north- ern flams. Mostly fair elsewhere. The Weather High tempera lures Tuesday low irm-eraiures overnight and inches cf rre-Dilation: Jnchoram, 2] 17 L. Angeles IS SO Atlanta ....5329 Miami 7765103 srnarek 39 21 MlniJitHi n M 11 Iticaqo ..3533 N. Orleans 5B 29 iSf' New York 3 ulutti 24 24 Phoenix 75 42 lonolulu 69 Seattle 47 37 ouston ....4752 Wash'gloiV 39 23 Extended forecast Mostly loudy Friday through Sunday. France of rain or snow late Sal-rday or Sunday. Highs in the Os Friday andi Saturday and in he upper 30s to mid 40s Sunday. JOTS irr 20s. C. R. Weather ligh Tuesday call at 2445 Second street SW. a.m. Wednesday. Controlled burning at 3750 Rodgers road NW. Magistrate's Court Speeding John Schminkey, 723 Ely avenue SW; lined S35 and costs. Russell Winegardner, 3935 Hed Bud road NE; Shay Weir, 2119 Lincolnshire drive SE; Mary Doyle. 241 Broad-more road SE; Richard Kiley, 2022 Linn boulevard SW; Patricia Turner, 2030 Glass road NE; Raymond Roberts, Vinton; William Luko, 1475 Brockman avenue. Marion: Deborah "ilcp. 3221 Tama street. SE; Barrel! Harger, 017 Eighth street NW; Jinimie Watson, 1308 Second street SE; Linda Goetlcl, Hiawatha; Dale Bittner, Hiawatha; Leo Fitzpatrick, 115 Sioux drive NW; James Johnson, 1147 Twenty-eighth street SE; Gary ovv overnight 27 'oorr Wednesday 38 p.m. recipilation otal for November Iowa Deaths Fort Atkinson Nellie So- bolik, 75. Friday at at St. John's. Rosary Thursday at 8. Chekal's. Edfi-ewood- Steila Martin, Normal for November 2.3b Normal through Nov 31. 7f Total for 1974 ..43.9? Barometer, falling 29.95 Humidity at noon 54 Wind direction and velocity al 2 p.m. NW at 14 mph. Sun rises Thursday, sun sets, Year Ago Today High, 49 low, 31; rainfall, 0.12. Traveler's Forecast Thursday Weather, Hi-Lo Bismarck PtCldy Chicago Fair 38-22 Cincinnati Clear 42-25 Cleveland Cloudy 33-24 DCS Moincs Fair 38-18 Detroit Cloudy 34-21 Indianapolis .PtCldy 39-24 Kansas City PtCldy 49-34 Milwaukee Cloudy 32-15 Mpls.-St. Paul ..PtCldy 27-10 Omaha ...PtCldy 41-13 Louis ........PtCldy 46-27 Sioux Falls .....PtCldy 31-07 Degree Days Tuesday ..................35 Total to date Throifgh Nov. 26, 1973 Percent of normal year -20.6 Tola! normal year Mississippi Stages (Flood stages In brackets) LaCrosse (12) 5.0, rise.1 Lansing (18) 7.9, rise .2 Dam 9 (18) 13.7, no change McGregor (18) 7.1, no change Guttenberg (15) 4.4, fall .7 Dubuque (17) 7.6, rise .1 Davenport (15) 4.7, fall .5 Kcokuk (16) 2.2, rise .2 More ho use, ill 2 Twentieth street SE; Jcannie Marshall 3580 Cottage Grove SE; Rob- ert Heidersheid, Center Point Richard Milvalsky, 3fl71 Sixth street SW; Victoria Bahr, Belle Plaine; each fined and costs. Maynard Kach, 1479 Miami drive NE; Scott Andrea 1800 Ninth avenue SE; Gerald Olsen, 510 Sixth avenue SE Perry Evelang, 627 Fifth ave- nue SE; Barbara 3801 Tomahawk trail SE; Susan Lynn, Westchester; Howard Smith, 1501 First Marion; Jack Anderson, Hughes Carsner, drive 1734 210( SE; Beverly Chestnut Jane ME; .Ronald Washburn, 1250 Vinth avenue, Marion; Charles Emerich, 407 B avenue NW: Robert Mangas, 422 Second street SW; Virginia DeMeulen- aere, 1117 Harbet avenue NW; John 1W; Pierce, 3500 E avenue Timothy Sullivan, 2617 Cedar rise .06. at C.R. (13) 3.60 Coralville Lake Pool level Wednesday .6X3.44 Births St. Luke's Nov. 26 To the families of Ralph Franks, 1128 Twclftl street NE, a son; James Willett 1910 Twenty-seventh street NE a son; Henry Asher, 1087 Eleventh street NE, a son Allen Syrlng, Clarence, a son Robert Turner, 1207 Thirty- second street NE, a daughter. Births Mercy Nov. 26 To the families ol Rodney Bartlett, Sunrise Mobile court, a daughter; Warren Hoist, 3420 Ardslcy lane SW, son; Allan Burns, Swisher, daughter. Nov. 27 To the families of Jack Tellln, 1738 Maple drive NW. a son; Bob New- hall. a daughter. Marricge Licenses Sandra Brown and Patrick Cohb, Deanna Schillig and fiichard Brooks, Jill Wilson and Robert Julie Heefncr and Michael Roup, Peggy Sdimirh. and Thomas Babor, all nf Cedar Rapids. Susan Frueh- ling, Cedar Rapids, and Harold Roberts. Iowa City. Yvonne Seller, Cedar Rapids, and Chnrl- ton Barker, Palo. Willow drive SE; Mary Satern, IB Second avenue SE; Donna Farley, 523 Forty-first street JE; Charles Olsen, 372 Thirty- irst street SE; each fined S20 nd costs. Improper passing Terry Dye, 017 Seventh street SW; "incd and eosts. One-way street violation Robert Hall, 1901 Sixth street SW; Alan Claypool, 1715 Ninth treet NW; each fined and costs. Ronald Vandee, Oxford fined and costs. Intoxication Jack Huggles Eastview avenue SW; forfcitec bond. Traffic signal violation Rosalyn Goodwin, route three Marion; Martha Sevard, 30f Thirty-second street NW William Quinn. 317 G avenui NW; Michael Elarn, IGOli Thir- teenth avenue SW; Mark Bau- 84. Friday at Applcton's, where friends may call alter 10 a.m. Thursday. The Rev. Leslie J. Faris, 75. Saturday at 2, Wesley United Methodist church. Visi- tation at Campbell's after 1 Friday. Etta A. Wilson, 86. Friday at Christian church. Murdoch's in Marion. Brooklyn Stella Mcllrath, 95. Friday at 2 at Hartwick Congregational church. McAn- inich's, Victor. Decorah Mrs. Orville Knutson, 73. Steine's. Toledo Francis Monroe, 50. Henderson's. Bennett Lola S. Stiff 87. Friday at 11 at Rochester Methodist church. Burial: Ro- chester cemetery. Visitation from 3-D Thursday at Sheets and Sons', Tipton. Brooklyn The Rev. J. Ar- thur Eveland, 63. Novenhoven's. Vinlon Leonard Tharp, 59 DEATHS Joseph F. Pycha I1'. I'ycha, 87, of Clivo drive SW, died Tuesday following a long illness. Former ly of Czedioslavakia, tie hat lived in Uedar Rapids must ol his life. Horn Feb. 'M, 1887, he was married lo Barbara Mclichai Jan. 13, 1914, at Cedar Rapids. He was the owner and operator of the Idlcwild Grocery store >rior to his retirement. Mr. Pyclw was a former member ol Crescent Masonic lodge. El Kahir Shrine, and the Odd Fel- lows. Surviving are two daughters, W r s Leo Traclila, Cedar Rapids, and Mrs. Ralph Linsley, ".isbon; a son, Elmer J., Cedar iapids; six grandchildren and .1 great-grandchildren. Services: Chapel of Memories at 11 a.m. Friday by the Rev. John P. Woods of Westminster ?resbylcrian church. Burial: Hedar Memorial. Friends may call at Cedar Memorial funeral lome after noon Thursday and it the chapel after 9 a.m. Fri- day. The casket will be closed at a.m. Friday. Friday al Phillip's. K c o I a. at White- John Lowe! Schindler, 20. Friday at 1 at Powell's. Burial: Milton ceme- tery. Hazlcton Wilma Scher- merhorn, 73. Friday at 3 a the Presbyterian church. Hinlz's, Oelwcin. Mcchanicsville Leon Becker, 51. Friday at 2 at Mor- gan's, Mt. Vcrnon. Family wil meet friends at Morgan's from Wednesday. There will be no visitation Thursday, but friends may call from 9 a.m. to 2 Friday. man, Coggon; Fail-fax; each Ronda Vance fined and Fires a.m. Wednesday. Un- determined to Christinas trees nl 3BOO block of First avenue K. a.m. Wednesday. Cause under investigation at 50 Dc- votuvood avenue SW. costs. Kenneth Vanous, jr., 1200 Belmont; parkway NW; Rogei Caldwell, 1432 Sixth strec NW; Gerald Clark, 6IS08 Kel- bern lane NW; Donald Cald- well, 1017 Thirty-third street SE; Janet Novak, 24 Twenty- sixth avenue SW; Mary Allen 307 Brcntwood drive NE: Velma Schillig, 1345 B avenue NW; David Curfman, 4219 Mid- way drivo NW; Philip Koch 1007 C avenue NE; Haul Gu- tierrez, 700 Firth avenue each fined and costs. Striking fixtures adjacent to street _ Gerald Tann, 1203 Center street NE; fined and costs. Faulty equipment Michael Siglcr, 805 Twenty-ninth street NW; Michael Ryan, 507 Seven- teenth street NE; Damon Wolfe, 713 Third avenue SE; Michael Dvorak, 1500 Third avenue SE; Eric Odcgarcl, 2919 Elaine drive NW; Kenneth Melsha, Ncwhall; David Kami, B avenue NW; Raul Gutierrez, 700 Fifth ave- nue SE; each fined and costs. School stop siRll violation Bruce Adams, 1001 Daniels street NE; Garnet Cecil, 3213 O avenue NW; each fined S15 tnd cosls. Resisting an officer Paul C'oly, 142B 'Third avenue fined and costs. Unlawful riding Mary Sil- 3920 Nancy Jane lane NK; nod and costs. License plate violation Inhn Williams, 1411 Tenth treet SK; fined and cosls. Driver's license violation 'lick Anfison, Lowellon Rural Marion Men Injured in Accident Two rural Marion men were njured when their car over- ,urned on a county road (three miles west 'of Hiawatha Tues- day afternoon. James Johnson, 31, was in ;ood condition at Mercy hospi- .al Wednesday. Driver of Oic car, Julius J. Turner, 36, was rcated and released. Turner was charged with fail- ure to have control of the vehi- cle. Linn deputies said he lost control of the vehicle on a curve. Mrs. Claude Hixenbaugh Leola I. Hixenbaugh, 64, of 506 Eleventh avenue SW, a life- ong resident of Cedar Jlapids, led Wednesday. Born March 7, 1910, at Cedar Rapids, she vas married to Claude F. Hix- nbaugh on Nov. 28, 1946, at Jorrison, III. She was employed iy Armstrong's for 15 years. Mrs Hixenbaugh was a lember of the Olivet Presby- erian church and the American region auxiliary. Surviving in addition to her usband are two daughters, Linda Hixenbaugh, Cedar Rapids; Lois Valentine, Cedar Rapids; a sister, Mrs. Jess Van Antwerp, Cedar Rapids; a b r o t h e r Edward Wubbens. Cedar Rapids; two half-sisters, Delores Smith, Cedar Rapids: Mrs. James Kelly, Cedar Rapids; seven grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. Services: Chapel of Memories at 3 p.m. Friday by the Rev Charles R. Sommers of the First Congregational church Burial: Cedar Memorial ceme- tery. Friends may call at the Cedar Memorial funeral home after 2 p.m. Thursday. FHWA Certifies Linn Street Plan A .major roadblock to two large street projects in Cedar Rapids Iras been removed. Bob Anderson, systems plan Ming engineer for lire stale high- way commission, said the feder- al highway administration Tues- day approved the certification of lire planning process in Linn county; in effect, lire decision nakes projects in tire county el- igible for federal funding. Certification has been trcld for several months, mainly Jecauso a major streets plan rad not been approved for the area. Tire reason approval of .he streets plan was withheld was because il did not resolve the question of where 1-380 should be located north of Cedar Rapids. Tire action by the highway ad- ministration apparently frees 'unds for engineering work on .wo road widening projects. One s Sixteenth avenue between Sixth street and Edgcwood road the other Edgewoocl SW from Johnson avenue o Sixteenth avenue. Mrs. George W. Eye Bertha Sophie Eye, 89, former ly of 1012 Thirty-third street SE, and widow of George W. Eye, Cedar Rapids resident most 01 her life, died at Coralville Tues- day following a long illness. She was born Oct. 4, 1885, al Iowa City, and was a member of Trinity Lutheran church and the Modern Woodmen. Surviving are two sons, Leon- ard R. Eye, Cedar Rapids; Mil- on G. Eye, Riverside, Calif.; 'ive grandchildren, nine greal- jrandclrildren arid two brothers. Services: Turner chapel east at p.m. Friday by the Rev. lichard L. Thompson. Burial: e d a r Memorial cemetery. Friends may call al Turner east until '1 p.m. Friday. The casket will not be opened after the ser- To Hire Consultant on Wages and Jobs Linn supervisors are planning o hire a consultant to develop a ob classification and wage cale proposal for counly em- Joyes. The supervisors discussed lire plan with lire heads of court- house and other counly offices Wednesday morning. A meeling was scheduled for Dec. 17 to inform possible bid- ders for the work about what the counly is looking for. Supervisor Chairman Jean Oxley said lire study is needed to be prepared for collective bargaining, which will become legal for government employes next July, and because it has been ten years since such a study was made. She said county employes began doing the work, but were unable to complete the job. No Bids on C.R. Renewal Land Parcel No b i d s were received Wednesday robably be put up for sale again soon. Steinbeck Unveils Tavern Movie Law A controversial ordinance janning movies in Cedar Rapids taverns apparently won't be around much longer. Safely Commissioner Testifying before the congressional economics joint com- mittee, Burns said lire U. S. has been "lecturing the rest of the world" while wasting time with voluntary appeals to con- serve energy. He called for consideration of "a sizable tax on gasoline, or on imported oil, or on automo- biles according to their weight or horsepower." Gasoline Tax Ford categorically has reject- ed any gasoline tax increase despite support for it as a con- servation measure by Burns, Treasury Secretary Simon and Steinbeck placed a new ordi- nance on file for public inspcc- ion Wednesday. The ordinance 5els up standards for bars thai show films, but does not flally prohibit films, as does the ordi- lance it is intended lo replace. Neilher does il make any ref- erence lo "slag" films. The present ordinance was >assed at a time when several jars were rumored lo be con- si.de ring showing so-called 'adull" films, although city ouncilmen claim those rumors did not prompt Ihc ordinance. In recent months several lav- rn owners have asked the council to reconsider the ordi- nance, to permit the showing of oldtime movies or films of sporting events. The proposed new ordinance proper aisles, exits, doors and construction methods materials lo meel building and fire prevention codes. 11 also requires the room capacity ,o be posted and observed, pro- hibits blocking exils, requires Hie film lo be incidental to the Train business of the establish- ment and prohibits charging a "ee for viewing Ihe film. Interior Secretary Morton. James Curing his campaigning be- italy, Japan, France, West Ger- nany and other industrial na- tions all have increased their gasoline taxes while the U. which consumes 30 percent of the world's oil, lias wailed lo see if volunteerism would work. Voluntary Program "1 hope the President does not waste much time if his volun- ary program proves inade- quate, as I think it Burns said. Speaking in somber tones, 3urns said there can be no solu- tion to tire problems facing the world blher than a reduction of prices charged by oil-producing nations. "If the price of oil remains at anything like its present level there will be a massive re- distibution of economic and xililical power among the coun- ries of Ihe he said. 'This of itself carries dangers for our counlry's Mure." So far, he said, proposed solu- :ions have been temporary and inadequate. the November election, said there would be no fore Ford gasoline tax increase so long as he is in the White House. Burns said Great Britain, To Ponder Freeze on Aufo Emission Curbs Forged Check Charges Filed Against Jwo Cleo Wallace, 23, of 124 Fifth street SW, and James J. Brown- ing, 26, of 1015 Tenth avenue SE, were charged Wednesday with uttering a forged instrument. Police arrested the pair a short time after Ihey allegedly attempled lo cash a stolen check at City Nalional bank, 1100 Old Marion road NE. The check was reported slolen Mon- d a y from Nalional School Record House, 624 Fifth street SE. Wallace was also charged with possession of a controlled subslance afler police found a substance believed lo be mari juana in Ihe glove compartment of his car afler his arrest. Bolh men were heing held in lire counly jail in lieu of bond. WASHINGTON U P I Hearings will be held lo deter- mine if Ihere should be a five- year freeze on tougher exhaust rollulion standards for new cars and if auto makers can achieve i 40 percent fuel economy im- provement by 1980, it was an- lounced Wednesday. In another action Environ- nenlal Protection Agency Ad- said, "in the suspension hoar- ings 1 intend lo fully explore all of the issues." The industrial regulations an- nounced Wednesday are basical- ly the same as those proposed in August and criticized by lire Sierra Club as a move vould permit loo much present- ly clean air lo get dirtier. Tire conservation group had minislrator Russell Train an- fou6lit EPA all lire way lo the (Continued from Page 1.) two Ford vetoes last week, Sen. Baker (R-Tcnn.) said lire Pres- idenl "is ill-served by disastrous defeats on vetoes. I'm greatly disturbed by it." Senator Tower chairman of the G.O.P. policy committee, said there was vir- ually no sentiment for sustain- ing the veterans veto. Asked if such presidential moves hurt Ford, Tower said, is my view Ural it does damage him. On this mailer, some legislative input should rave been given greater weight." Rhodes expressed isim- lar sentiments afler last week's overrides. 30 YEAHS AGO Swiss rc- >orts said small groups of Allied laralroops soulh of lire Saar basin landed behind the Siegfried line on Hie east bank of the Rhine. Memorial Services Hartman, Charles D. Turner chapel west at 3 p.m. Wednesday by the "Rev. Gary Jenkins. Burial: J-iinwood cem- etery. Gazette Co. and Dubllihed ctollv and Sunday at 500 Third ave. SE, Cedar Iowa Second clati postage paid at Cedar Rapids, town. Subscription roles bv carrier ?Scenls a, week. Dv mall: Nlahl Edition and Sunday 6 Issues 13.75 a month, 139.00 a year: At- ternoan Editions and Sunday 7 Issues 13.BS a month. 140.00 a year. Other states and U.S. territories 160.00 a year. No Mall Subscriptions accented In areas having carrier service. The Associated Press Is entitled exclusively lo Die use (or tenublicallon of all the local news printed In this news- paper as well as all AP news dlsnolches. a.m. fined and cosls. BROSH CHAPEL "Ifrrnlrd lit t'llltlif Cednr Rapids Inrpilre Alwnl Our Pre-arranged Services Solon British Consider Anti-IRA Law LONDON CUPI) Home Sec- retary Roy Jenkins, in a bid (o curl) a wave of bombings that iave rocked the country, suh- mitled legislation to parliament Wednesday that would outlaw he Irish Republican Army in Britain. The legislation will make Ihc IRA and similar groups illegal n Britain for the firsl lime, give >olice powers to hold IRA siis- iccls for up lo seven days for questioning and allow aulhori- ies lo bar or expel IRA members from Hie country. The bill, called "prevention of crrorism was handed for- mally to the house of common? by a clerk and given a formal first reading without discussion. Senior Citizen Buses Cedar Rapids System Telephone 363-8244 Area Ten (SEATS) In Cedar Rapids 308-5605' Klsewhere Since 1SI09 flowers (or all occasions JOHN f. LAPES Convenient downtown location .108 Drd Avc. SE 365-0511 nounced final regulations under which slates will be allowed to permit development of power plants and other industries ir certain regions provided the quality of air does not deterio- rate beyond the point speciliec by law. Final Decision On the aulo hearings. Train aid any final decision on changing the timetable for the llean Air Act would be up 1o congress. But he said, "1 want it known :hal f am not, and must not be insensitive to Ihe very real problems 1hal the auto in- dustry's situation poses for the economy as a whole, and f am >ariicularly sensitive to the em- >loyment situation of those wlro vork in the aulo industry or foi- ls suppliers." The aulo industry is cxpecled o ask for a one-year suspension n lire exhaust control rules, vlrich were lo take effect for the 977 model year. Bui Train noted the industry has also called publicly for a five-year' freeze on exhaust standards, and since the issues "sig- supreme courl in an attempt lo make il put out rules which would no! allow any presently clean air lo become nificanlly'1 dirtier. Train said congress and the courts had failed lo specify ex- actly what "significant" deteri- oration was. Two Sentenced On Guilty Pleas Two persons have been sen- cnced in Linn district court on heir guilty pleas lo criminal charges. Robert A. Benson was fined ?50 on a charge of criminal Ires- ass. The 2.1-year-old Cedar Rapids nan originally was charged vilh breaking and entering in connection with an Aug. 11 >rcakin at a soulhwcsl Cedar- Rapids office. j .lanis L. Wetland received a sentence of 15 days in lire "ounly jail on a charge or rauds and chcnls at cvmmon (Continued from Page 1.) make the decision. I didn't have anything lo do with it." "He Bid II" "What reason did they have to pay lire Cuban Americans (the original defendants) Sirica asked. "Was it out of lire goodness of Iheir hearts? Was there any obligation? Why didn't someone say, 'We don'l owe -you any money, Mr. Bill- nan'.'' Sirica's reference was lo Wil- iam Billman, wlro received aboiil m legal fees a: the lawyer ;for E. Howard Hunt, one of tire original defendants. Mitchell testified thai, accord- ing lo Ihe tcslimony, Nixon's personal lawyer and fund-raiser, Herbert Kalmbach, initialed (Ire payments. Neal jumped up and. pointing at Mitchell, said, "The testi- mony lo dale is lhal lie did it." "Mr. Neal that's about lire third. iSlrot you've taken at me and 1 resent Mitchell said, his voice rising. LiiRuc Question Sirica asked Mitchell why (Continued from Page 1.) on such issues as abortion, civil rights, minority employment and education" in his home stale. On Tuesday, House Judiciary Committee Chairman Rodino said he may try lo get expert estirnony on just what conflicts of interest, if any, Rockefeller vould face if he is confirmed. At Ihe same time, the New Jersey Democrat said Rocke- :eller's wealth should not by it- s e 1 f deny him the vice- presidency. Rodino made the comments at :he end of two days of testimony from public witnesses at the ousc confirmation hearings. Rodino said he may try lo get expert tcslimony on whether there are presidential decisions, if Rockefeller succeeded to lhat office, that would put him in direcl conflict bclween serving tire nation's interest and protect- ing the Rockefeller wealth. The chairman has already said the commitlee may ques- tion Rockefeller's chief financial counselor, J. Richardson Dil- worth, in closed session next week lo get details on liis hold- ings. The house committee spenl nearly three 'hours on the ques- tion of wealth Tuesday when .Joseph Rauh, vice-chairman of the Americans for Democratic Action, teslified that Rocke- feller's wealth should bar him from the vice-presidency. "Bothers Me" Rodino told Rauh lhat position 'bothers me tremendously." "Are you going to deny cate- gorically the individual wlro has the unfortunate circumstance of wealth from the opportunity to serve? That doesn't set well me." Rep. Danielson (D-Calif.) said Ire wanls lo get Rockefeller con- firmed without regard to the wealth question. "President Ford is rather poor in Danielson said. 'So we need Rockefeller lo pro- vide him counsel." Fred LaRue, a Nixon campaign aide involved in lire payments to the burglars, had called the former attorney general orr March 21, 1973, and asked if he should make a payment to E. Howard Hunt, if Mitchell had no role in passing the money. "I think he was asking .my ad- vice as a said Mitchell. asked Sirica. in a one-year five-year freeze are lire Mime, Ihey will all be considered at Ihe hear- ings. Percent Improvement President Ford lias called for a 40 percent improvement in gas mileage by 1980. The aulo companies have said thnl Ihey can't meet Ihe President's fuel economy goals without a freeze on safely and emission Train ,.j The 25-year-old woman o-igi- iicilly was charged wilh larceny in connection with the taking of belonging lo an Urbandalr woman from a snntlnvcpl. Oda, j Rapids residence on Nov. (i. "lie had just been fold by (then While House counsel John) Dean thai Ihe While House was no longer in Ihe money business and he was coming lo me as a friend. He called me and asked me what 1 would do if he were rue." Court Hears Two Marcotics Cases Two persons appeared in rnagislrate's court on charges of possession of a controlled sub- stance. Roger Cries. Iowa City, was bound over- following a prelimi- nary hearing Tuesday. He is charged with possession of speed on Nov. 14. A charge against George David, jr., no address, was dis- missed Monday on a motion of the state. He was clrarged with possession of marijuana on June I. Send Something Special from Peek's Flowers 5008 Contor PI. Rd. NE Flowers Always Show You Care from 4 Seasons 3028 Mt. V.mon Rd. Flower Shop 363-5885 10 YEARS AGO The secret, service planned expansion of its machinery for presidential pro- tection, wilh Ihe addition of 75 agenls, clerks and technical per- roCft Sympathy is (o toy it ffbwert 1100 KLMS BLVD. 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