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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - December 28, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sat., December 28. 1974  •vpr»?v•»*«*    *\te    «■">*.>-    v    « v     v s v  %xr< VA . .^.v,    .  WI AINU SMVICI fOMCASt    IST    I2-2V-/4  City Briefs Says It s Questionable V/heftier  CIA Domestic Scrutiny Illegal  Radio Taken — Leland L. Webster, 1010 Beater court SE, Friday reported a radio valued at $145 taken from his car while  Ethel Olson, a resident of Cedar Rapids from 1947 to 1957,1 parked at his residence  ON WUTHUfOTOCAM®     — I IGI HD--" - M          RAIN      rn    SHGWm N now     and wife of Gus Olson, died Friday at Hinsdale, 111.  Born Sept. 2, 1895 in Chicago, she and Mr. Olson were married Sept. 7, 1921 at Chicago. Mr. Olson was a vice-president at Link-Belt Speeder in Cedar Rapids.  Surviving in addition to her husband are a son, Warren Olson, La Grange, 111.; a daughter, Mrs. Wally Lynch, Downers Grove, 111.; six grandchildren and one great-grandchild.  Services:    Monday at Wil  mette, 111. The family suggests that friends may, if they wish, contribute to the La Grange Bible church in lieu of flowers.  *    *    *  Buresh Rental — Rent better brand named equipment. — Adv. ♦    *    *  Best Rental Rents The Best. —Adv.  ♦    ♦    ♦  Games, Montrose. Doors Saturday 6:30; Sunday 6:00—Adv. *    *    *  Breakin Reported — Terry Reid, 1822 Center drive SW, Saturday reported five cases of anti-freeze containing six gal-  WASHINGTON (AP) - Rep.lnage, had engaged in domestic I surveillance is necessary to pro-Lucien Nedzi (D-Mich.), chair*;spying against anti war dis- tect its agents and sources of bi-man of the house    intelligence    sidents.    formation    but he said    that    as  subcommittee, indicates the    “lim    Been    Aware”    . far as my    information goes    the  Central Intelligence    Agency has    surveillance did not go    as far as  engaged in some domestic in- Nedzi said “in all probability charged in published reports, telligence work.    tee National Security Council He said that, because of loop-  He said in an interview Fri- has been aware of any CIA do- holes in the law which created  mestic surveillance work. He said he based this conclusion on the fact the NSC ‘‘generally oversees those activities (of the CIA) that are not routine.”  A spokesman for Secretary (rf tivities he was referring to.  State    Kissinger,    head    of the!  council, said this week that His-1  day night that he was briefed last year by CIA Director William Colby on the agency’s domestic activities.  Although he refused to be specific about the data he received, Nedzi said he presumes he was given the same information con  the CIA, it is questionable whether it violated it. He added that some of the CIA’s domestic activities have been improper. He declined to specify what ac-  Kissinger Request  Rain and showers are forecast Saturday night over parts of the Ohio valley and the mid-Atlantic states. Snow is predicted for the mid-Rockies. Fair to partly cloudy elsewhere.  The Weather  Southeast C. R. Home Is Looted, Loss Near $1,700  Arthur N. Claes  Arthur N. Claes, 73, of 1819 Chandler street SW, died Satur-I day after a long illness.  Mr. Claes was born Aug. 29, 1901, in Hanover, Germany, and moved to the United States in : 1907. He was a retired Collins Radio Co. employe.  He was a member of St. Patrick’s Catholic church, Catholic Order of Foresters and Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie ^72. Surviving are his wife, Jose-  lons each taken from the Ware-1 tabled in the report Colby sent singer ‘‘has never seen any sur-| The Washington Post reported co station, 28 Sixteenth avenue President Ford this week.    vey of American citizens by the Saturday that Kissinger has  SW. The anti-freeze was valued p 0 rd asked for the report CIA and he doesn’t know if any urged Ford to appoint a citizens at $154.    after published charges that the    such survey exists.”  *    *    *    CIA, which was designed by law    Nedzi pointed out that the CIA  End of    month    sale,    Coach    t 0  ^jeal only in foreign espio-    has claimed that some domestic  House Fashions, 110 3rd St. S.E.I  ---------  low  tem-  pre-  Mloh temperature* Friday, peratures overnight and inches of dictation:  Anchorage IS -OS L. Angeles 5* «4 .55 Attent* .. St SA .03 Miami ...HA? Bismarck ..SOM Min'apoils 32 30 Chicago ..MMM N. Orleans 71 A3 Denver ...SITO    New York    40    3*  Duluth ... .3?    24    Phoenix ..    Al    40  Honolulu . .03    73    Seattle ..MMM  Houston . 52    S3 .20    Washington    44    41    .07  AA—MI ss! no.  C. R. Weather  High Friday ............... 36  Low overnight .....  35  Noon Saturday ....   39  2 p.m........................ 41  Precipitation ..............none  Total for December 0.71  3:12  oline  p.m. at  A breakin reported Saturday phine, to whom he was married at the Roger L. Carpenter resi-; June 3, 1961; a daughter, Mrs.  donee, 137 Twenty-ninth street SE, netted $90 cash and  Joseph  Robert  Chmelicck, and a son,  — Adv.  * * *  Roman’s Hairstyles (Hiawatha) closed till January 3rd.— Adv.  * * *  Car Entered — Lester G.  Suing SfonehouseSays Ex-Business Colleague  commission to investigate accusations that the CIA has conducted illegal domestic spying.  The Post said Kissinger was pushing the idea in the hope that such a forum would stem public controversy and provide a review of alleged CIA spying  Claes, all of Cedar Rapids; twelve grandchildren: (living room, $10.95, bedroom  $7.95. Diamond Carpet, 366-6226.  —Adv.  * * *  Evv’s Lounge: Saturday, Don Miller. Reservations New Year’s  Rosary I eve *  no cover -  Ne,rt t0 Para * at Janeba  I mount theater. — Adv.  Fires  Friday. Flush pas-1 First street and Sev enth avenue SW.  3:41 pm. Friday. Un de ter mined to debris at 2003 Me- 1  drive modal drive SE.    j    ,  3:53 p.m. Friday. Ender in-j assorted    items valued at    $1,660.    jfour    great-grandchildren    and a  vestijcation at HOO block of. Carpenter    told    police    the I sister, Mrs.    Leo Vogel, Leon,  i Fortv^^^cond strict SE    I    I  9:44 p.m, Friday. Flush gBso-1 itcms  taken included jewelry Services: Monday 9 a.m., St.  line at 4300 block of Center I valued at $50, two tape record- Patrick’s Catholic church by the  Point road NE    valued at *750 -in 'imnlifierI  R ev. Martin Laughlin. Burial:  10:41 p.m. Friday. I ndeter-  ers  >aiuea at *vw, an ampinier:    J  mined to boxes in compactor at I valued at $300, a black and r  f ™  4501 First avenue SE.    ...    *, •     t     Sunday at 7:30 p.m__  Iowa    white    television    set    valued  a t | K U b a  funeral home    west where I  Monticello - Mrs. Herman  a . 12 « au « e sholglm . valucd  Intends may call after 9 am JJ res  Slashed  Normal for December  1.431 II- Hayen, 74. Monday at ll,  Normal through Dec......33.18 lf}- Matthews Lutheran church.  Total for 1974  .........40.03    " Oelwein — Matha L. Hall-  Barometer filing.........30.09    ber* 81. Monday at 1:30 Zion      Margaret    Mile    Johanna  Humidity at noon.........75%    i    Lutheran church. Brant-Kern s.    ,     #     ,    .    L_ *..    .    «    . ti.  .... .j.    . in*    Belle Plaine — Mrs Ed Ci-    PrODOSG LlGhtGr    ites.se, Widow of Ernest John  Wind direction and velocity at     bula> 7L  Halverson’s     r 1    l - l y 111 cr     Hesse, who had been spending  Gazette weather station at 2    Decorah — Reuben W. Knut-    A  u + n  Rumnprs    the winter with her daughter  p.m. S at 12 mph.    J     MUTO DUm P erS  | and    Mr .    and    Mrs.  Sun rises 7:34 a.m.; sun sets,    oxford Jiinction — Franklin' WASHINGTON (AP) — Heavy Otto    Mueller.    3102    Outlook  4 43 p.m.    I Blahnik. jr., 43, rural Mon-automobile bumpers that now’ drive SW, died Friday.  ^ear Ago Today — High, 36:; m Coralville —^Robert Sher-  are  built to withstand a 5-mile- She was born Oct. 19, 1888 in low, 13; precipitation 0.    ! lockt 34 Monday at Ut  Zion per-hour crash would be re-! Benton  county, Mo., and was a  I Lutheran church. Visitation atli .    j    1 v.  (George L. Gay’s beginning Sun-1P‘ ac ed on 1976 models by a  version that would cut  I in a ‘‘rational, unemotional and LONDON (AP — Two former silent on whether Stonehouse careful    manner.”  KiniiH'i *4*iT* Seventeenth "street I business associates of runaway could face criminal charges Tile    Post quoted    w hat    it  SE Fridayredried an AM-FM British lawmaker John Stone-here, either over his business I termed    a well-placed    source    as  radio and tape player combine i house were quoted Saturday as j activities or his disapparing act. tion set valued at $60, a portable I saving he owes them money, j When he surfaced in Austra-television set valued at $130, a Stonehouse, 49. a cabinet min- ha, he used passports issued in 12 gauge shotgun valued at $150 ister in a previous Labor gov- names of men who died recently and 12 tapes valued at $70 taken eminent, is under detention in in the North Walhall district he from his car while parked at his j Melbourne, Australia, where he 1  represents in the house of eom-residence.    told authorities he was being! mons. Both widows say he visit-  ♦    *    *    blackmailed when he disap- ed them to inquire into their  Holiday Special Shampoo I peared in Miami Beach Nov. 20. 1  husbands’ past lives.  at $150, a turntable valued at Sunday. $80. and four speakers valued at $210.  Mrs. Ernest Hesse  On Parked Car At Roosevelt  He turned up in Australia under a false name.  Keith White, who quit in July as co-director of Stonehouse’s group of companies, told the Daily Mail he is suing his former colleague over an agreement to buy back $23,000 worth of shares. He said Stonehouse refused to abide by the agreement.  “Unfair Pressure”  Hints Soviet Reprisal for Trade Bill  saying a commission ‘‘with the right people en it” would be “less likely to be driven by the spirit of the moment than congressional Investigations would be.”  Hearings into the allegations already have been promised by Sen. John Stennis (D-Miss.), chairman of the senate armed services committee; Sen. John Sparkman (D-Ala.), incoming chairman of the senate foreign relations committee; and Ned-zi’s panel.  Suit Filed  Degree Days  Friday .................... 37  Total to date    .............. 2607  Through Dec.    27, 1973 ..... 2361  At Milan. III. Harry C. Hart.  Plans Petition To Senate on Cliff-Hanger  CONCORD, N. H. (AP)  Democrat John A. Durkin says  u< ' t ’ n  established.  The department, announcing the plan Friday, said its current standards have  Under the new proposal, auto-makers would be permitted to install soft bumpers of plastic or rubber that could withstand impact of two and a-half miles  day morning. A memorial fund I softer  has been established    .    ...    ...    .  Oxford — Ralph Dwyer. 78. damage protection but also de-  „    . m ,     at 10 »  st * Mary's Cath- crease car weight and fuel con-  Percent of normal year .... 39.9 j ©lie church. Rosary Monday at  Total    normal year 6,63118, George    L.    Gay’s Oxford  (  P  00 * under a transportation  I chapel, where friends may cab department proposal.  Out of Town Births ^ginning Monday morning.  -    Mr. and    Mrs.    .Ai 1 "     Linda Hanngton '  t son EW 27  33> Ha y dens -  Center Point — Loren T.  Wiirt is t,ii0 son of O0I1E Iitirt, J tt.ne     n   1229    Twentieth    avenue    SW.     6  a  5 /  Mrs. Hart is the daughter of;^™^ y     ’     First  Christian  Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey McShane, 1 1     vid*    tut,.  Snrinffville    Independence — Elsie Mc-  I *    |    Mahon, 76. Memorial services  j Sunday    at    2,    Mason-Hawe’s.  ; The family requests no visita-  j tion and no flowers. A memori-  I a1 fund has been established  Tipton — Irma Crawford, 76.  Monday at ll. First Unitedt... . .  Methodist church. Visitation at! hour Without damage.  j Sheets and Sons after 9 a m. The standard would be raised 'Sunday. A memorial fund has^ 4  m ph  ^  t m8 for   „    Ait    West I nurn — Lula Blunt, 84.1^®*$ W'eighing 3,800 pounds or  ne will personally present a peti-1 s e r v i c e s tentatively set for more and on Sept. I, 1979, for Hon to the U. S. senate Monday Monday at 2, Burnham and lighter cars. saying he should be seated as I  w “ 1 *;     (  The proposal cannot take et-  senator from New Hampshire  dahl  „ 6 Mo ”* ay a tTo : 3n, HaT-1 until the department has re-Durkin s hopes of gaining that J verson’s.    Iceived public comment.  seat suffered a further setback!--------------—-------------------  Friday when Republican Gov.  Meldrim Thomson certified Republican Rep. Louis Wyman as winner of the Nov. 5 election.  Thomson’s action followed announcement by the state ballot, .    .    ,    .    ,    ,  law commission that Wyman 1 A 17 *y ear -° ld  *»y  was  arrest-j the youth jumped from the car had won the election by    a mar-     0(1  Friday after a stolen car he    and    ran.    The    unattended car  gin of two votes out of    221,000    abandoned while fleeing from     l ^ tn    struck    a     car    and    a light  cast. It is the closest    ! nrJlna cfnmlr snntlua nnm irwl „ pole.  election on record.  Durkin    earlier    appeared    to  have won the seat by IO votes*.    ____ u .    __  after a recount by’the  New  I^ceny of a motor velucle. p<«-  llampshire secretair of    state's     s f ssi0n  ° f a ,  cor ’ lrokd sub -  office. At that time, Thomson     stanoe '  a «entp 'ng to elude pos-  sessing an altered drivers li-    ..... f     ^    cense    and    violation of an in-1 police    station    discovered    a  senate file "no    action    has*be«l     struction  P 6 ™ 1 -    quantity of    a    substance    believed  taken on    it    The chase began shortly after I to be marijuana in his clothing.  Durkin    is expected to argue ® P- m * ^  rid ay near the intersec- The youth was being held in  that the senate should review    Eighth avenue and Third the county jail.  the proceedings of the Republi-1 street SE u ' hen  P^e noticed:    -  can-controlled ballot law com-  car 1101  * iav€  Ite-ense y\/ oman  faces Druq mission.    plates.   _ The driver failed to stop for Shoplifting Counts  three stop signs on Seventh av-!  j0an M  souchek, 18 of 924 enue SE before driving through ;  \ orwood drive  SE, was charged a parking lot at Mercy hospital. ; Friday with violation of the eon-After leav ing the parking lot, trolled substance act and shoplifting.  member of Immanuel Lutheran church at Lincoln, Mo.  Surviving in addition to her daughter are two sons, Olaf Chris Hesse, Cleghorn, Mo. ; and Arnold Alvin Hesse, of Sedalia, Mo.; six grandchildren, a sister and four brothers.  Boy Jailed on Traffic, Drug Counts after Chase  Rep. Michael Harrington (D-aMOSCOW (AP) - A high- Mass.), a frequent CIA critic, ranking official Soviet journalist filed suit in federal court Friday indicated Saturday that the So- to seek an injunction against viet Union may retaliate against CIA covert intervention in Peter Collare, another former U. S. conerns for restrictions foreign countries and domestic director, was    quoted in the Sun written by congress into the surveillance.  (newspaper as    saying Stonehouse (recently-approved trade bill.    Harrington said congress had  Police on duty at the Roose-     ovves  him .$11,500 from another! The new attack on    the bill     a  “dismal record”    of supervis-  velt hotel Friday discovered a    shares deal. He said Stonehouse    was in a major article in the    j n g the CIA’s secret    activities,  car in the parking ramp that    ! was “bound to go bankrupt.”    newspaper Sovietskava    Rossiya.    His suit named    Colby, Fished four tires slashed and the    Stonehouse’s secretary, Sheila    by Leonid Zamyatin,    head of     sin g er  and Treasury Secretary  windows broken    Buckley, was quoted rn the Lon- j Tass news agency and    a fre-| Simon as defendants.  I don Evening News    as saying he I quent    spokesman for    Soviet  _  The    car    owned    by    a    Barring-; was  under    “massive unfair i leader Leonid Brezhnev,  ton, III., rental company was on    pressure” and    five business as-    Zamyatin said that in 1972 the!  the first level of the parking    sociates were    “in effect black-J    U. S. and    the Soviet Union “Saranap. Police were unable to! mailing him.”    .slimed obligations to grant the!  c?r 3 at the hotel  0 '  Wh °    "* L    ^ n"°‘    “*     five    0,he f f   side  unconditionally the j Two girls suffered head laeer-  I    ,TJ^ « -.I,—     |bUt said al l*°’ d f ° r comp a-: tnost-f avored-nation trading I j  alions earl Saturd when the   An estimated 20    picketers con-    nies with which he    was connect- * status.    This is natural    to de-  gregated at the hotel    between    7    ed.    J    velop    mutually profitable  and 9    p.m.    Friday.    No    arrests Stonehouse    has asked to be trade.”  were made.    (allowed to remain in Australia! “In the present situation the  Police found the damaged    to start a new    life and awaits a    failure of    one of the parties to    trpat#vi at Mnrrv hmnitai  50 p.m. after checking    decision on whether he will be    honor its    commitments cannot  and re j eased     *  1.:    c    . a * ^  an  j]| e g a j j m _  but  the commitments as  sumed by the other party under His wife, Barbara, has joined a series of commercial and fi-him in Melbourne. She told the nancia1 agreements,” Zamyatin Twenty-ninth avenue SW, both London Daily Express she thinks j wrote.    */* * n ^ urc d     a    m -  he needs psychiatric treatment, i    Doesn’t    Enlarge    (Saturday.  i.'M.i iv »» I    .I    The girls were riding in a car   Is Nons * nse     He    did not enlarge on what  driv(m by  Oeborah  E .  Kempfi   “He is still terribly confused.” appeared to be a threat of retal-  0 f 3325 R aV enwood terrace Friday at an Iowa City nursing U  other    fMms    re i eascd     she said in an interview, “ta iation against ll. S. firms which  w  p o)ice said Miss K empfs   h0 ™-    .    „    ,  c     , by 20th Century Fox will appear     some s,rane(> wav he seem?    10    have „ slgned trade acc ® rds T^    car    was    struck    by a car driven  She was born Sept. 5. 1889, at  a  _ _    .    think his action was not particu-the Russians, since President  bv  Harrv A Fields 19 of 616  Fennimore, Wis. Mrs. Lorenzen  on AB C-T\ during the 19/D-1976    | ar jy extraordinary and would    Nixon and Brezhnev signed the    Fourth    avenue    SE.  had owned and operated a season.    help his business partners    to    trade agreement in 1972.  boarding and rooming house for; Julie Andrews starred n the    continue unfettered. But this    is    That agreement bogged down  many years. She was a member 1965 film about the Trapp fam-    nonsense.”  British authorities have  Services: Fred Davis and Son funeral home at Lincoln, Mo., on I car at 7 ,    ,     1101  P 1 ^! Monday. Local arrangements the hotel’s parking ramp for deported  duced enough benefits to offset  were  handled by Turner chapel picketers and possible damage, migrant, the extra cost and weight of the  wes{  heavy bumpers.    __  Two Girls Hurt In C. R. Accident  car in which they were passengers and another car collided at the intersection of Sixteenth avenue and Sixth street SW. Both  Elizabeth Miller, 216 Fifth street SW, and Julie Ryan, 232  “Sound of Music” To Be on ABC-TV  Ocea D. Lorenzen  Ocea D. Lorenzen, 85, of 527 Seventh street SE, a long timej NEW YORK (AP) — “The resident of Cedar Rapids, died Sound of Music” and a number  of Jehovah’s Witnesses.  Surviving are a grandson and two great-grandchildren.  Services: 1:30 p.m. Monday at the Beatty-Beurle chapel by Joseph Mikulas, one of Jehovah’s Witnesses. Burial: Oak Hill cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel after noon Sunday.  ily and broke boxoffice records.  Won't Forbid FBI Check On Socialist Convention  Fields was charged with disown Congress when Sen. Jackson     a    tra ffic    signal.  beeni(D-Wash ) led a drive to deny  the Soviets most-favored-nation I >pQy«—•  (Continued from Page I.)  senate police struck another car and a jlight pole.  Police charged the boy with  certified Durkin the winner. TTiat certificate remains in the  Police arrested the youth at his residence after a citizen saw him run into the house, which is near the hospital.  The youth was charged with possession of a controlled substance after a search at the  Man Arrested For Gasoline Station Breakin  status unless they lifted restrict tions    on emigration,    mainly of  Jews    seeking    exit    visas for San Andres mountains, officials  Israel.    [said.  Jackson recently dropped hisj .. when  ,    ,  so s , j  "•  1 ™! S . ; ap > -  Thc  «* 7* inal ruli "R - *7 fbi    “ uldnt kccp mov,ng ' 1 ,ound   Young socialist Alliance is J from turning over name* of con- understanding under ivhich opening    a national    pit    teal    con-    vent,on    participants to the Civil , hf    Kremlin    w * uld     , et about   vention    with    the    FBI    having    Service    Commission.  court permission to conduct sur-I veillance of the meeting.  Supreme Court Justice Thur-good Marshall turned down  Marshall also said he would  60,000 Jews emigrate annually.  , ., .    .    (The    bill passed with provisions  hold the justice department to , ymg  , rade advantages to  eased,^  some branches and covered over a place in a ravine to help keep the cold off,” he said. Temperatures dipped to IO de-  Taken to a hospital Joseph  Clerk at YMCA Reports Robbery  A clerk at the Central YMCA  Miss Souchek was with the drug violation after she  Saturday reported he was Crhonl Rrpalnn robbed of $185 by a man who ^ cn001  DreaKin  held his hand in his pocket as if Prob©! Discover he had a gun.  Frank Wells, who lives at the SuSDGCt Asleep Y, 500 First avenue NE, told  police the man entered the  slee P ln 8 °n the job proved un-lobby at 4:05 a m. Saturday and  wise for a  R>-year-old Cedar demanded money.    Rapids    boy.  Police said the robber was a  The was  nested shortly Wack male, about 20 years old. ^ter 8 a m. Saturday by police 5 feet 8 to IO inches tall and  who w ?re called to a breakin at weighing about 170 pounds. The Taft junior high school, 5200 E man was wearing a three-  avenue  NW. quarter length brown coat and 1 poUce f °und the boy asleep bond on the drug charge tan pants.    under    a    table    in    a    woodworking    ____   -  room.    j    Hirohito    Boast  Premier Hurt    The    boy was charged with  its promise that it “has not au-!^ lli z rat j on  a thorized any disruptive activity But Soviet officials hotlv de- ,was re P° rted  in fair condition. A William T. Doe, 20, of 1628  re< ^ uest Frida y  for an  i"junction at the convention ... and has  nied  ‘ understanding and ac-    spoilsman    said    his toes  Second avenue SE, was charged  a 8 am ^ such surveillance on the no intention of transmitting any congress of unwarranted  mi ^ht be frostbitten.  Saturday with possession of a ground that the meeting is open information obtained at the con- interference in Soviet internal    wearing    a    wind-  controlled substance after he  to ^ ver y°oe. ...... .. vention to non-governmental en-  a ff a in^ Soviet press fired treater, sweatshirt and insulat-  was arrested on another charge. I There was no official indica- titles such as schools or employ-  a ser j es  attacks on the bill  ed  uwtenrear when he became  Doe, who was arrested after J 10 "    agents    would    at-ers.     0 £ ^-hich Zamyatin’s is the lat- 1 * 08 *-  police dLscovered he was want-  tend the  convention. But govern- The YSA had argued that FBI I  est     Sheriff    Charles    Cox    said he  ed on a warrant charging him ,ment  lawyers, urging Marshall spying would have a “chilling    “Absurd Stand”     was found in an area  heavily  with breaking and entering was  to den y     l he injunction, claimed    effect” en attendance because    ‘    searched by more than    IOO vol-  searched at the police station a bar to    surveillance would com-    of fears by some participants    ‘ One    has to    lose all sense    of unteers. Earlier Friday    Cox said  and a quantity of a substance P 1-01 ™ 56    th e identity of FBI in-    about present employment secu-    reality    to take    such an absurd he had just about given    up hope  believed to be marijuana was termers    because their absence    rity or future job prospects.    stand, namely    to make such    an af finding Joseph alive    because  would be noted.    ,* Not     u-j-UyM     e 1 m e n 1 a r y thing as non * °* lhe snow 311(1 cold -  The alliance, a youth affiliate*    discriminatory trade a pretext  of the Socialist Workers party,    The government argued that, for interference in the affairs of  had sought supreme court re- although the alliance officially another state,” Zamyatin wrote, j view of a U. S. court of appeals renounces violence, a minority “This is an absurd and hope-deeision in New York on Tues- advocates violent tactics.    less position. The question of  Marshall wrote: “It is true emigration of citizens from any  found in his pockets Police arrested Doe near his residence at 2:15 a m. Saturday. The warrant charged Doe with (a breakin Nov. 27 at the Roof Oil Co., 629 Second avenue SE,  '(the (tfclnr RnpifU  E»!ot)inh*d in IHI bv lh* Galatia Ca. ana puDHsttad daily and Sunday at 504 Third ova SE, Cader Rooldi, Iowa 5740* Second class eostooa paid at Cedar Rapids. Iowa.  store, 4501 First avenue SE. Police said a quantity of a substance believed to be marijuana was found in her purse when she was searched at the police station.  A store employe stopped Miss Souchek as she allegedly attempted to leave the store with a cigaret case. Miss Souchek  which was foiled when a man  (la y* The court of appeals over » the service station  turned a  ^ ral  judge*: struck tte'oispect with a truck banning the surveillance. spring.  Doe was county jail bond.  charged    Jjside^the^sendee station  turned 3  federal judge's order teat governmental surveillance country lies within the compe-  a SW.MS.V4S M4VVI    ~  was arrested at the Target  and infiltration cannot in any tenee of the state concerned, context be taken lightly ... 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