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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 27, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 NATIONM WIMHI* (IKvlCt COMCAST •» 7AM 1*1  29.89  ii- **- 71  ^•ANPAANCIBOO  30.00  FHWA Certifies Linn Street Plan  A major roadblock to two  No Bids on C.R. Renewal Land Perce  The Cedar Rapid* Gazette: W ed.. November 27. 1074    3  Burns: Little Faith in Voluntary Fuel Curbs  Joseph F. Pycha  Joseph F.    Pycha, 87, of 200    ......J'" •^ () b  j  ds     were received  Clive drive    SW. died    Tuesday    large street projects    in    Cedar    Wednesday on    a 64.(Asquare  following a long illness. Former-J Rapids has been removed    foot    parcel    of land in the Cedar  Iv of Gzcchoslavakia, tie had, n ob  Anderson, systems plan-lake urban renewal project lived in Cedar Rapids most of    .    ’    ...    ,    .    .    .   b i fi  jjf (l     nmg engineer for the state high-; I ne land is sandwiched be-  Born Feb.    24. 1887.    he was     wa Y commission, said    the    feder-1    tween other parcels, which have    Wednesday    that    FTesident    gasoline    taxes    —    while    the    U.  married to    Barbara    Melichar    al highway administration    Tues-     ,( ‘ ntatlV( ‘|v  b(,<, n    - sold  The whole    p ords     reliance    on    voluntary    S    ,    which    consumes    .'IO    percent  Jan 13, 1914, at Cedar Rapids !day approved the certification    Tl.    *    *    ‘^conservation    is    bound    to    prove    of the world’s oil, has waited to  He was the owner and operator AA, ........“™ I1 *  bo “ <k; . d  ** t ourUl strect  J  S f t  v -inadequate and called for im-see if volunteer^ would work  WASHINGTON (CPI) — Italy, Japan, France. West Ger-Chairman Arthur Burns of the many and other industrial na-federal reserve board said tions all have increased their  of the planning process in Linn enth street. C avenue and the  |M)slti „ n of  heavier taxes lodes-county; in effect, the decision future route of 1-380. in the courage U S. consumption of makes projects in the county cl-! n °rtheast quadrant.     od   of the I die wild Grocery store prior to his retirement. Mr.  Pycha was a former member of  Crescent Masonic lodge. Kl igible for federal funding  Kahir Shrine, and the (idd Fel-j Certification has been withes.    ,    .. ,    .    .    department, said two  Surviving are two daughters,] *  ,or sevor ‘ 11 monllLS -  mainl > were interested in the parcel, been “lecturing the rest of the !   Mrs. Leo Trachta, Cedar  b< ‘ < ' a,Jse a ma jor streets plan but one had financing problems world” - while wasting time  Rapids, and Mrs. Ralph Kinsley.! had  n °t been approved for the and the other lacked enough with voluntary appeals to con-  Cisbon; a son, Burner J., Cedar; area. The reason approval of  tim(> to  submit a bid and devel-jserve energy  Voluntary Program  hope the President does not jwaste much time if his volun-program proves inade-  and  the  em  Uh WI ATK** f OIOCAST •>  Snow is expected Wednesday night around the Great Lakes and in parts of the north-Plains. Mostly fair elsewhere.  Rapids; six grandchildren ll great-grandchildren Services: Chapel of Memories at ll am. Friday by the Rev.:  John P. Woods of Westminster] should be located north of Cedar Presbyterian church. Burial;  ( Rapids.  Cedar Memorial. Friends may. The action by the highway ad-  streets plan was because it did not resolve the question of where 1-380  Floyd Bergen, real estate Testifying before the joint  agent for the city’s planning congressional economics com- lary . . ... . ..    ...    „     0 „    „  buyers mittee. Burns said the U. S. ha S H«-  as 1 ,hmk  “  w11 '  said.  Speaking in somber tones, Burns said there can be no solution to the problems facing the world other than a reduction of  was withheld "PT"' Proposal  Bergen said the  probably be again soon  put  parcel up for  —Daily Record—  Iowa Deaths  High per a lure* donation Anchorate Atlanta Bismarck Chicago Denver Duluth Honolulu Houston  The Weather  temperatures overnight  Tuesdsv  and inches  low tem cf Pre  23 17 $3 79 3* 21 35 33 <7 20 74 74 84 69 47 52  L. Angeles 85 50 Miami 77 65 1.03 MiO'apolis 32 14 .12 N. Orleans 58 29 New York 33 76 Phoenix 75 42 Seattle 47 37 Wash'gton 39 23  tance call at 2445 Second street SW.  9:39 a m. Wednesday. Controlled burning at  Rodgers road NW.  Fort Atkinson Nellie So-bolik, 75. Friday at 10:30 at St. John’s. Rosary Thursday at 8. Chekal’s.  Edgewood - Stella Martin, 84. Friday at 1:30, Appleton's, where friends may call after IO  call at Cedar Memorial funeral home after noon Thursday and at the chapel after 9 a rn. Friday. The casket will be closed at 10:45 a m. Friday.  Steinbeck Unveils Tavern Movie Law  He called for consideration of will I “a sizable tax on gasoline, ort sale on imported oil, or on automa- 1  biles according to their weight! or horsepower.”  Chance of rain or snow late Saturday or Sunday. Highs  Etta A. Wilson, 86. Friday at 1:30, Christian church. Murdoch’s in Marion.  Speeding — John Schminkey. tation at i-    *    »,    ,i    <23 Ely avenue SW; fined $35 Friday  Extended forecast    —    JVIostly     anc j costs. Russell Winegardnei-,|    ...  cloudy Friday through Sunday.'3935 Red Bud road NE; Shay  A,burnett   Weir, 2119 Lincolnshire drive •     th     SE; Mary Doyle. 241 Broad-,  me    jr..    I    *    more road SE; Richard Riley', Brooklyn — Stella Mcllrath,  30s Friday and Saturday and in 2022 Linn boulevard SW Pa- Friday at, 2 at Hartwick the upper 30s to mid 40s Sunday, tricia Turner, 2030 Glass road Congregational church. Mc Animous in 20s.    NE; Raymond Roberts, Vinton;!i n R‘h s,    Victor.  William Luko, 1475 Brockman i Decorah — . Mrs.  C. R.    Weather    avenue, Marion; Deborah Zike, Knutson, 73.    Steine’s.  uirrh Tuncri-n    lo     3221 Tama  * stree * SE; Darrell!  T ? 1r  ,ed * — Francis Monroe,  High Tuesday ............... 42     H arger, 617 Eighth street NW;I  50 - Henderson s.  Low overnight .............. 27    Jimmie Watson, 1308 Second Bennett — Lola S  Noon Wednesday ........... 38    street SE; Linda Goettcl, Hia-jFriday at ll at  Watha; Dale Bittner, Hiawatha;I Methodist church. Burial; Ro-  Mrs. Claude Hixenbaugh  lyeola I. Hixenbaugh. 64, of 1506 FJeventh avenue SW. a lifelong resident of Cedar Rapids. died Wednesday. Born March 17, 1910, at Cedar Rapids, she United Methodist church. Visi-  was  married to Claude P. Hix-  3750 ] a.m. Thursday.  Vinton The Rev. Leslie J.  Magistrate's Court  Faris -  75 - Saturday at 2. Wesley  3     ,    United    Met  Campbell’s after  enbaugh on Nov. 28. 1946. at Morrison, 111. She was employed by Armstrong's for 15 years. Mrs. Hixenbaugh was a  prices charged by oil-producing  nations.  “If the price of oil remains at anything like its present level . . . there will be a massive re-Gasoline Tax    distibution of economic and  ■    Ford    categorically has reject-,P°lit!cal flower among the coun-  mini.strat.10n apparently frees    I    of Cl ll mil Vie    Law     an     gasoline tax increase  ,jics 0,1 , ^ ie w <> rld > tie said.  funds for engineering work on     A conlroversia |    ordinance j**PK*     su PP° rl for  »  as a con ' rnlwlt.mm'sTe^  two road widening projects. One,banning movies in Cedar Rapids' s< ' rva,ion  measure by Bimns «^ t« niO sm_ure  is    Sixteenth    avenue    between    taverns apparently w ; on t Im*    ^ ("casury Secretary Simon    and    ,  is oix eenin avenue neiween, taverns apparently    worn     06     i n fprior Secretary Morton    tions have    been    temporary    and  Sixth street and Edgewood road around much longer.    interior secretary Monon.    inarienuatr  SW    the    other    Edgewood    Safety Commissioner James    faring his campaigning    be-    _____________________  road SW from Johnson avenue Steinbeck placed a    new    ordi-     fore  November election.  to Sixteenth avenue.    nance on file for public inspec-  1<ord said     would    be    not    |\OCkd > CllOr' M ”  lion Wednesday. The ordinance    psohne tax increasf' so long as    (Continued from Page I.)  sets up standards for bars that    J 1 *’ 18 ,n lllr  white House.  Burns said Great Britain,    on such issues    as    abortion,    civil  rights, minority employment and education” in his home state.  On Tuesday, House Judiciary Committee Chairman Rodino /-^MCiinbi J wo     said hr  ray fry to get expert  bars were rumored to be con-  County To Hire Consultant on Wages and Jobs  Linn supervisors are planning  show films, but does not flatly prohibit films, as does the ordinance it is intended to replace.  Neither does it make any reference to “stag” films.  The present ordinance was  member of""the"Olivet I'resby":! 0  h.re a consultant to develop a passed al a lime when several  terian church and the American I 0 ** classification and wage Legion auxiliary    jscale    proposal for county em- isl dcring showing  Surviving in addition to herlP* 0 ^ 8,   Forged Check Charges Filed Against .Two  testimony on just what conflicts  so-called Cleo Wallace, 23. of 124 Fifth of interest, if any, Rockefeller  '“adult” films, although city street SW, and James J. Brown-would face if he is confirmed. ° rvin * jhusband are two" daughters.! The supervisors diseu sod the councilmen claim those rumor* ing. 26. of IMS Tenth avenue SE.  At lh( >  same  time. the New  s p.m.  40  Linda Hixenbaugh, Cedar plan with the heads of court-  d,d not  P rom pt the ordinance.    were charged Wednesday with j erS ey Democrat said Rocke  Rapids IiOis Valentine Cedar house and other county offices  n recent m( > n,hs  several tav- uttering a forged ins.trument    feller’s wealth should not by it  c- ■»» nm Id j    4    %*    I’    Whrinndhv    rrxnrnino    em    owners    have    asked    the    Police    arrested    the    pair    a,- pl f     ri onv  Rochester a 3 ?     3    S r    a'    r /f*    a    .    council    to    reconsider    the    ordi-    short time after they allegedly presidency  RochesteiiAntwerp, Cedar Rapids; a, A meeting was scheduled for  n;in „,  tfk  _ rmit BllAll , inft aMpmnll , fI t0     o    P re ^ ldcnc y  him the vice-  brother, Edward Wubbens,   r , xr Fitzpatrick, 115 Sioux I chester cemetery.    Visitation!- ,    _    ..    .    , ,, .  ecipitati n  ............None    drive NW; James Johnson, 1147 from 3-9 Thursday    at    Sheets    Cedar Rapids;    two half-sisters.  Total for November ........4.26    Twenty-eighth street SE; Gary I and Sons’, Tipton.    Delores Smith.    Cedar Rapids;  Normal for November 2.36    Morehouse, 912 Twentieth Brooklyn — The    Rev.    J. Ar-    Mrs. James    Kelly, Cedar  Normal through Nov 31.75    S E;     Marshal 1 , thur Eveland. 63. Nevenhoven s. Rapids;  Hisn Cottage Grove SE; Rob-|  vinlo „ _  Lcnnard Tharp .  59   Dec. 17 to inform possible bid- ^time ders for the work about what the county is looking for.  Supervisor Chairman Jean  stolen  nance, to permit the showing of attempted movies or films sporting events.  The proposed new ordinance check was reported stolen Mon-  rom  requires proper aisles, exits,id ay from National School!  cash a  of check at City National bank,L . ..    ,    .    .  HOO Old Marion road NE.  The  he end of two day* of testimony  Rodino made the comments at  Total for 1974 ............. 43.93j ert  Heidershtid, Center Point;!    .    Tn    Vo*”af A “ White  Barometer, falling.........29.95jRichard Mitvalsky, 3fl71 Sixth p h dp'p  S .  Keota — John Lowell Schindler. 20. Friday at I at Powell’s. Burial: Milton cemetery.  Hazleton — Wilma Scher-merhorn, 73. Friday at 3 at the Presbyterian church. Hintz’s, Oelwein.  Mechanicsville — Leon Becker, 51. Friday at 2 at Morgan’s, Mt. Vernon. Family will meet friends at Morgan’s from 7-8:30 Wednesday. There will be no visitation Thursday, but friends may call from 9 a.m. to 2 Friday.  Humidity at noon ............54    Street SW; Victoria Bahr,    Belle  Wind direction    and    velocity at     Plaine : each fined $30    and  vu;    costs. Maynard Kach,    1479  - p.m. NW at 14    mph.    Miami drive NE; Scott Andrea,  Sun rises Thursday, 7:12; sunjisoo Ninth avenue SE; Gerald  sets. 4:37.  Year Ago Today  low, 31; rainfall, 0.12.  Traveler’s Forecast  High, 49;  Thursday  Weather. Hi-Lo  Bismarck ....  Chicago ......  Cincinnati ____  Cleveland  Cloudy  Des Moines  Fair  Detroit .........Cloudy  Indianapolis ....PtCldy 39-24 Kansas City ... PtCldy  Milwaukee  Cloudy  Mpls.-St. Paul Omaha.......  Olsen, 510 Sixth avenue SE; Perry Evelang, 627 Fifth avenue SE; Barbara Dietz, 3861 Tomahawk trail SE; Susan Lynn, Westchester; Howard Smith. 1501 First avenue, Marion; Jack Anderson, 2100 Hughes drive SE; Beverly PtCldy 31-8,Carsner. 1734 Chestnut lane Fair 38-22 NE; Ronald Washburn, 1250 Clear 42-25 Ninth avenue, Marion; Charles 38-24 Emerich, 407 B avenue NW; 38-18 Robert Mangas, 422 Second 34-21 street SW; Virginia DeMeulen-  public witnesses at the house confirmation hearings.  I i«ti    I    *    I    1    i vjun v»j    pi uin.1 ciiojvoy VAiin^ ; « « J ** v*»*    *    »*-»«W**M*    mviivvi |  seven    grandchildren.    Oxley said the study    is needed     doors and  construction    methods    Record House, 624    Fifth street    Kodino said he may try to get  and three great-grandchildren.     t0  ^ prepared for    collective     and     materials to meet    building    SE.    expert testimony on whether  bargaining, which will become     and     f ire  prevention codes. It    Wallace was    also charged     ther e are presidential decisions,  legal for government    employes    j a } so     requires the room    capacity I    with possession    of    a controlled!^ Rockefeller succeeded to that  next July, and because it hasi( 0  ^ posted and observed, pro-!substance after police found ai°^* ce ’ that would put him in been ten years since such a hibits blocking exits, requires substance believed to be mari-! d irect conflict between serving study was made.    t de  fij m  t 0  ^ incidental to the jnana in the glove compartment the nation's interest and protect-  She said county employee main business of the establish-of his car after his arrest. ling the Rockefeller wealth.  ! began doing the work, but were ment and prohibits charging a Both men were being held in The chairman has already  fee for viewing the film  Services: Chapel of Memories at 3 p.m. Friday by the Rev. Charles R. Sommers of the First Congregational church. Burial: Cedar Memorial cemetery. Friends may call at the Cedar Memorial funeral home after 2 p m. Thursday.  unable to complete the job.  the county jail in lieu of $10,000 said the committee may ques-  Rural Marion Men  To Ponder Freeze on Auto Emission Curbs  acre, 117 Harbet avenue NW;j  P erce, 3500 E avenue | n J Ure< j j n  Accident  49-341 John  32-15JNW; Timothy Sullivan, 2617 .PtCldy 27-10 Willow drive SE; Mary Satern, PtCldy 41-13 116 Second avenue SE; Donna  St. Louis........PtCldy    46-27! Farley, 523 Forty-first street  31-07 NE: Charles Olsen, 372 Thirty-I first street SE; each fined $20 and costs.  .. 35 Improper passing — Terry 1.370jDve, 917 Seventh street SW; 1.060 20 6 6,631  Sioux Falls .... PtCldy  Degree Days  Tuesday ..............  Total to date ..........  Through Nov. 26, 1973 Percent of normal year .  Total 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 Keokuk (16) 2.2, rise .2  Two rural Marion men were injured when their car overturned on a county road three miles West of Hiawatha Tues-  Mrs. George W. Eye  Bertha Sophie Eye, 89. former-1 !y of 1012 Thirty-third street SE, and widow of George W. Eye, a Cedar Rapids resident most of! her life, died at Coralville Tuesday following a long illness.  1  She was born Oct. 4. 1885. at WASHINGTON (UPI) — said “In the suspension hear-Iowa City, and was a member Hearings will be held to deter- logs I intend to fully explore ail of Trinity Lutheran church and  mine  if there should be a five-    l ssues   I the Modem Woodmen.    year    freeze on tougher exhaust  I Surviving are two sons. I*™- ;po||ut|on s(andards for new cars  ard R. Eye. Cedar Rapids: Mil- ^ „  aul0 makers can achieve   a 40 percent fuel economy im-was an-  bond  Watergate—  (Continued from Page I.)  tion Rockefeller’s chief financial counselor, J. Richardson Dil-worth. in closed session next week to get details on his holdings.  The house committee spent nearly three hours on the question of wealth Tuesday when Joseph Rauh, vice-chairman of  ton G. Eye, Riverside. Calif.;  Cedar rise .06.  at C.R. (13)    3.60  Coralville Lake  Pool level Wednesday 683.44  Births — St. Luke s  Nov. 26 — To the families of NW; Gerald Clark. 6608 Kel-Ualph Franks.    1126 Twelfth (bern    lane    NW; Donald    Cald-  street NE, a son;    James Willett, well,    1017    Thirty-third    street  1910 Twenty-seventh street NE. 1  SE; Janet    Novak, 24 Twenty-  ■ ■----- 10B7 1  sixth    avenue SW; Mar\    Allen.  son;) 307 Brentwood drive NE; son;! Velma Schillig, 1345 B avenue  fined $25 and casts.  One-way street violation —    ...    .  Robert Hall, 1901 Sixth  S treetl car -  Jul,us J Turn<>r '  36 '  was  SW; Alan Claypool. 1715 Ninth treated and released street NW; each fined $25 and Turner was charged with fail-eosts. Ronald \ andee, Oxford :i  ure t0  ^ ave  contra    of    th e V ehi  iner . a and costs.     c j e  j j nn de pyti es    sa j d     h e     ] os {  Intoxication —Jack Ruggles. , ,  t  7 U  u 1 Eastview avenue SW; forfeited  c    of    th,> vehlcle on a   S30 bond.    I    curve.  Traffic signal violation —  Rosalyn Goodwin, route three.    _  Marion; Martha Sevard, 30fl :  ■ WI W" - "*  Thirty-second street NW;  William Quinn. 317 G avenue NW; Michael Elarn, 1606 Thirteenth avenue SW; Mark Bauman. Coggon; Ronda Vance,  Fairfax: each fined $25 and costs. Kenneth Va nous, jr., 1200 Belmont parkway NW; Roger Caldwell, 1432 Sixth street   da .iam“n S on. 31. wa* in'MO- « good condition at Mercy  hos P' s( rV iees    nounced    Wednesday  tai Wednesday. Driver of the  at 1:30 p m  Richard L Thompson  Services: Turner chapel east I  Friday by the Rev !  In another actlon  Environ-Burial- mental Protection Agency Ad- ,  ministrator Russell Train an-/° u ^ 1     ^     wa y    ^  Cedar Memorial cemetery', muusiraior nusseu tram an    attempt    to     about     ^ 20000 °     m    ,e 8 aI fecs as    ll * Priondc mav fall at Turner east nounced final regulations under^F™ 1 ™;  couri Jn  un adempt IO i awv .  for  l- Howard Hunt ■J Friends may call at rn mer east    J,     fn     make    it    put    out    rules which  ine Iavi > e r tor tv Howard Hunt,  I until I rv m ICni/l'jtr Tho fQckfii iWiUCn States Will De allowed IO .....    finn    nf    tho    nrnnnal    d/jfpnrlants  ■ until I p.m. Friday. The casket wnicn siatea mil ue anoweu *o,    presently    one    of    the    original    defendants  will not be opened after the see- P" rmit  dvvelopmenl of power ^'"     an>     P resen    l >    —--------------  plants and other industries in  1  certain regions provided the  ni f ,can,1 y dirtier.  vice.  (Continued from Page I.)  Memorial Services  regions  quality of air does not deterio-  niake the decision. I didn t have anything to do with it.”  •‘He Did It”  “What reason did they have to the Americans for Democratic pay the Cuban Americans (the Action, testified that Rocke-The industrial regulations an- original defendants) anything?” feller’s wealth should bar him nounced Wednesday are basical- Sirica asked. “Was it out of the from the vicepresidency ly the same as those proposed goodness of their hearts? Was    “Bothers Me”  in August and criticized by the] there any obligation? . . . Why Rodino told Rauh that position Sierra Club as a move that didn t someone say, ’We don t “bothers me tremendously.” would permit too much present-' 0 ^ you any money, Mr. Bitt- “Are you going to deny cate-ly clean air to get dirtier.    man    .”    gorieally    the individual who has  The conservation group had^  Sirica  * reference was to Wil- the unfortunate circumstance of  liani Bittman. who received wealth from the opportunity to  serve? That doesn't set well with me.”  Rep Danielson (D-Calif.) said Mitchell testified that, accord- he wants to get Rockefeller coning to the testimony, Nixon's firmed without regard to the personal lawyer and fund-raiser, wealth question.  Herbert Kalmbach, initiated the “President Ford is rather  air to become “sig-  Train said congress and the  a son; Henry Asher.  Eleventh street NE, a Allen gyring. Clarence, a Robert Turner, 1207 Thirty- NW; David Curfman, 4219 Mid second street NE. a daughter.  Births — Mercy  Nov. 26 — To the families of  two Ford vetoes last week, Sen Baker (R-Tenn ) said the President “is ill-served by disastrous defeats on vetoes. I'm greatly disturbed by it.”  Senator Tower (R-Texas), chairman of the G.O.P. policy committee, said there was virtually no sentiment for sustaining the veterans veto  Hartman, Charles 1>.  Turner chapel west at 3 p.m. j Wednesday by the Rev. Gan Jenkins. Burial: Linwood cern-! etery.  • rate beyond the point specified courts had failed to specify ex- , )avments   by law  Final Decision  On the auto hearings, Tram said any final decision on changing the timetable for the Clean Air Act would be up to congress.  actly wliat oration was.  significant” deteri-  British Consider Anti-IRA Law  LONDON (UPI) Home Sec rotary Roy Jenkins, in a bid to I insensitive to the curb a wave of bombings that pi-oblenis that the auto in-have rocked the country sub-  dus fj^  s  situation poses for the  Two Sentenced On Guilty Pleas  poor in talent,” Danielson said. Neal jumped up and. pointing “So we need Rockefeller to pro-  at Mitchell, said, “The testi- vide him counsel.” mony to date is that he did it.”--  that I am not, and must not be  Two persons have bern sen Rut he said, want it known  lrnced  ( n  j  inn  district court on  ..their guilty pleas to criminal very real jcharges   Robert A. Benson $50 on a charge of criminal tref  “Mr. Neal that’s about the third .shot you’ve taken at me and I resent it,” Mitchell said. his voice rising  LuKue Question  Sirica asked Mitchell why Fred LaRue, a Nixon campaign  I am  way drive NW; Philip Koch, 1607 C avenue NE; Raul Gutierrez, 700 Fifth avenue SE; each fined $15 and costs.  I thai would outlaw  parljcu | ar | v  sensitive to the em  pass  Republican Antu iii  D ] ovm ent situation of those who * ' u   Rodney Bartlett. Sunrise Mobile court, a daughter; Warren Holst. 3420 Ardsley lane SW, a son; Allan Burn*. Swisher, a daughter.  Nov. 27 — To the families of .lark Tellin. 1738 Maple drive NAV. a son; Bob Ballard, Newhall. a daughter.  Marricge Licenses  Sandra Brown and Patrick Cobb, Deanna Schillig and Richard Brooks, Jill Wilson and Robert Waltz, Julie Heefner and Michael Roup, Peggy Schmidt and Thomas Babor, all j g ruce  of Cedar Rapids. Susan Frueh-ling. Cedar Rapids, and Harold Roberts, Iowa City. Yvonne  Seller, < edar Rapids, and <!.hart- Rriiitiv an officer Paul ton Barker.    I alo.    C’oty,    1428 Third avenue SE;  fined $50 and costs.  r ' rei     Unlawful    riding    -    Mary    Sit-  12 30 a in Wednesday. I n- ( ( er  3909 Nancy Jane lane NE; determined to Christmas trees fined $10 and costs. at 3600 block of First avenue License plate violation E.    John    Williams. 1411 Tenth  3:54 a rn. Wednesday. Cause street SE; fined $10 and costs, under investigation at 50 De- Driver’s license violation vonwood avenue SW.    Bick    Anfison, 286 Lewellen  8 14 am    Wednesday. Assis- drive NW; fined $ 10 and costs.  Ask«i if such presidential [milted legislation    to parliament    ecOTomy    aTa    whoIerand  moves hurt Ford. Tower said, J Wednesday that “It is my view that it does]the Irish damage him. On this matter, I    Britain  some legislative input should    The legislation    will make the    its suuDliers ”  striking    fixtures    adjacent    to    nave been given greater    IHA and similar groups illegal  street    —    Gerald    Tann.,1203    weight.” Rhodes expressed sim-    j n  Britain for the first time, give   Strm    and ! ilar sentiments after last week’s I police powers to hold IRA sus-  Faultv equipment — Michael  overrides -    peels for up to seven days for  Sigler, 805 Twenty-ninth street 1     —- questioning and allow authori-  30 ^ EARS AGO — Swiss re-ities to bar or expel IRA ports said small groups of Allied members from the country.  paratroops south of the Saar    The bill, called    “prevention of    has also    called    publicly for a    ^  basin had landed behind the    terrorism bill,” was handed for- J five-year*    freeze    on exhaust  Siegfried line on the east bank     ma i|y to the house of commons standards,    and    since the    issues  Court Hears Two  Narcotics Cases  Two persons appeared in magistrate’s court on charges of possession of a controlled substance.  ... aide involved in the payments to Roger Cries, Iowa City, was was unco  (he burglars had ca p ed tbe  bound over following a prelimi-  former    attorney general    on    nary hearing Tuesday.    He    is  March    21, 1973, and asked if    he    charged    with    possession    of  ployment    situation    of    those    who    'he    23-yeat    old    Cedar Rapids    should    make a payment to    E.    speed on    Nov. 14  work in    the    auto    industry    or    for     ma n    originally    was charged    Howard Hunt, if Mitchell had    no  with breaking and entering in connection with an Aug. ll a southwest t’edar  NW; Michael Ryan, 507 Seventeenth street NE; Damon Wolfe. 713 Third avenue SE; Michael Dvorak. 1500 Third avenue SE; Erie Odegard, 2919 Elaine drive NW; Kenneth Melsha. Newhall; David Kann, 910 B avenue NW; Raul Gutierrez, 7(H) Fifth avenue SE; each fined $10 and costs.  School stop sign violation  Adams, 1001 Daniels j street NE: Garnet Cecil, 3213 O avenue NW; each fined $15 I and costs.  The auto industry is expected, b k m it to ask for a one-year suspension  (1     ‘  , in the exhaust control rules, which were to take effect for the 1977 model year But Train noted the industry  Rapids office i  of the Rhine  ’(the Cerine JftnpuU CttjfHe  I >tabi'»h*d in 1183 by Th# Gaittte < o and pubHih#d dally and Sunday a1 SOO Third av* SF, Cader Rapid*, iowa S?*0* Second cia** pottos# paid at Cedar Rapid*. lo*a  Subtcrlption rot#* by corri#r ♦$ c#nt* a **#k By moil: Night Edition and Sunday * Itiuc* S3 TS a month, SJO 00 a yeor Af tnrnoon Edition* and Sunday > ittuet ST IS a month. $40 OO a year Other *tat#* and U S t«r ritor I#* SAO OO a vrar No Moo Subscription* acerated In area* having Octette carrier service  The Associated Pre** it entitled exclusively to the ut# for republication of nu the local new* printed in this new* pop*' a* well a* oil AP new* dispatches.  by a clerk and given a formal  ,n  a first reading without discussion freeze  Senior Citixen Butt*  Cedar Rapids System Telephone 3*3-8244  Area Ten (SEATS)  In Cedar Rapids 398-5605 Elsewhere 800-332-5934  one-year and five-year are the same, they will considered at the hear-!  all bt mgs.  to Percent Improvement  President Ford has called for a 40 percent improvement in gas mileage by 1980 “The auto companies have said that they can’t meet the President s tuel economy goals without a freeze on safety and emission standards.” Train  J anis L. 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