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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - May 30, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa NATIONAL WI AtMf • $f*VICf fOftfCAM lo /AM IST SSM - M 30.00 At ATT Harold McKee    Elizabeth    Privratsky Harold McKee, 42, of Hast Elizabeth Privratsky, 84, of I inf»s, Minn., died suddenly Tues* dill 0    avenue NM,    wife of day. He had formerly lived in Charles    .I    Privratsky,    died Cedar Rapids and while here Wednesday    following    a    long was employed by Wilson & Co. illness Surviving in addition to his Item Dee UM WI Anti* FOTCX AST €> Rain will fall Thursday night in the central valleys and in parts of the Gulf coast. Mostly fair weather is expected elsewhere. .'50, 1889, in Cedar wile, Juanita, are a son, Heath; RaPids- sh,‘ was married to Mr his father, Howard McKee, St. I'rivr.jlsky Oct. 2, JOO, and had Paul; two brothers, Stanley, ** ,'n a resident hen; all her life Cedar Rapids, and Raymond,'she was a member of the Royal St. Paul; four sisters, Delores Neighbors and the Unity of Bo-Batty and Helen both of St. hemian Ladies and Men. Paul, Mildred Moyer, Solon, and Surviving in addition to her Rebecca Henderson, California. | husband are three daughters, ugo Mrs. John Flaherty, Marjorie P r I v r a t s k y and Mrs. Leo Halsch, all of Cedar Rapids; six grandchildren; 13 great-! grandchildren, and a brother,! Charles Sv/acka, Cedar Rapids. Services: Turner chapel east Malvina “Mickey” McKenna, at 1:30 p.m. Saturday by the a former resident of CedarjRev. Allen S. Van Cleve of Cen-Rapids, died Tuesday night at tral Park Presbyterian church. Colorado Springs, Colo., follow-!Burial: Czech National. Friends may call at Turner’s east. C. R. Councilman Stricken in Office Public Improvements Commissioner Richard Phillips was resting comfortably in M e r c y hospital Thursday morning, a hospital spokesman said. Phillips collapsed in his office and was taken to Mercy by ambulance, complaining of stomach pains, at about 4:30 p.m. Wednesday. He has experienced severe pains during the last and underwent major surgery several months I lie Odar Rapids Gazette: Thur*., May 30, 1971 j Air    Boat Provided for Flooded Iowa City Area back year, back Services: I p.in. Saturday at the Ellis funeral home in Hast*! ings. Burial: Hastings cemetery. Maivina McKenna ■Impeachment- (Continued from Page I.) By Ford Clark IOWA CITY Faced with possible serious flooding, some 15 to 20 families are steadfastly refusing to leave their homes in the Izaak Walton area south of Iowa City. A resident of the area, Mel vin .Hull, 67, contacted the .Johnson !county civil defense department (Thursday morning with an ur-! gent request for an air boat - one powered by an aircraft ; engine. Hull said the craft, which is capable of skimming through shallow flood waters, is “needed be —Daily Record— The Weather inc Low temperatures overnight, hi erations Wednesday, and recipitation nheoraqe    37    at    L. Anqeles Manta ..    BS    61    Miami Ismarck    43    63    Min'apoiis hicaqo .    57    68    .65    N. Orleans ienver    53    86    New York >ululh    43    69    .OI    Phoenix lonolulu    70    86    Seattle louston    75    89    W'shinqton h tem-of :nes 59 69 67 82 .05 61 77 71 89 59 68 .04 67 101 49 64 61 81 .17 Wendell Robinson, 940 Eleventh street NE; fined $20 and costs. Matthew Terronez, 2945 Fourth avenue, Marion; Victor Lacy, 1502 I) avenue NE, three charges; each fined $15 and costs. —Watergate— (Continued from Page I.) need files left behind in the White House. Ehrlichman, Colson and three others are accused of violating the civil rights of Daniel Ells-berg’s psychiatrist, Dr. Lewis Fielding. Fielding’s office was broken into in 1971 in an ac ing a long illness. Services and burial will Friday in Colorado Springs. Miss McKenna was an employe of Equitable Life Assurance society when she resided in Cedar Rapids more than 15 years ago. Surviving are two sisters, Alice McKenna and Mrs. William Blaisdell, both of Colorado Springs. of W a t e r g a t e evidence down here to get in medicine Wednesday.    and food. If we get that craft, St. Clair, who has been com-‘we’ll stick it out until they make mitted to attend the commit- us leave.” tee’s closed sessions as an ob ol her residents of the Iowa City vicinity braced for expected flooding, with many calls being received by civil defense headquarters requesting sandbags. Walters said, “We had approximately 4.000 sandbags on hand and we only have IOO left.” He is referring people to a Dubuque company which is trucking in additional sandbags. A 10:30 conference Thursday morning at the army corps of engineers office in Rock Island, resulted in the corps deciding lo hold discharge rate from the Coralville reservoir at the IO,(K)0 cubic-foot-per-second level (cfs) level. It is the discharge from Coral ville which will have the great- ......    ,    .    Remain    In    Area server, said if the impeachment    . inquiry whs un ordinary tried he According to Hull, some 15 to jest, impnct on flooding through would be tempted to rest his >20 families, mostly consisting of|-lohnson and Washington coundefense at this point.    spnior citizens, have decided to    ties. “Nothing substantial    has    been    remain in their homes despite    At    University presented,” he told newsmen. |hc stronK possibility they will Duane NoHsch director of Thursday foiiJL . hrinf<He 3,80 Said h" th°Ughl thc £ i    V    ns!n& water\of the physical plant at the Univer- Thursday following a brief committee should call Water-Iowa river and other nearby of ^ sajd illness.    gate witnesses and clear up    any    streams.    men    on    duty arour _ Born July 21, 1897, at Laurens, remaining questions    on    the    One blind man and his wifeLhnrkinp on    university facilities he was married to Inez Rasmus-\C0Ver-up before proceeding to “are just as determined to) “if ihn discharge rate does sen in June ol 1942 in Missouri.|other subjects.    (stay    as the rest of us,” Hull n0t exceed 13,000 to 13,500 cfs, He had lived most of his life in    pjea    Tf)    Wa|t    said. Cedar Rapids.    I n ..    .,    .    . Surviving, in addition to his Rod'no said at a news briefing | Hooding Expected Raymond Neal Raymond Chris Neal, 76, of 1113 Sixth street NW, died have clock Improper passing — Rena Cruise, Springville; fined $20 knowledged search for informa-und costs.    tion about Ellsberg, the former Fishing without license — defense analyst who leaked the Paul Hofer, Central City; Los- ...    .    J    A    * Ii.' Fonde, 1238 Third street I Flagon Papers to (he press. At a pre-trial hearing last Extended Forecast — Chance I rain Saturday. Clear Sunday I nd Monday with highs in the Os Saturday to the upper 70s bv NW: each fined $25 and costs. Va * en *    Streets for storage — Enc Monday. Lows in the 40s to 50s. 0(U.C.„,| 31„ c ;,vcnuc NW; C. R. Weather fined $15 and costs. , , j    00    Faulty equipment — David Iigh Wednesday    8-    inhales, Greeley; Joan Powell, xiw overnight ..............64 icon Thursday    65 p.m. Thursday    63 ’recipitation    none ’otal for May    8.77 formal for May    3.59 formal through May ll 40 ’otal for 1974 ............. 19.73 {ammeter, steady    29.71 lumidity at noon    97% 1415 Fifth avenue SE; Wayne Overhulser, 1627 Sixth street NW; Clayton Putnam, 433 Lewellen drive NW; Frederick Berg, jr., 222 Fifth avenue SW; each fined $10 and costs. Driving on wrong side Dorthy Hotka, Iowa City; fined $20 and costs. Responsibility for minors — lege. Mary Gilbert, 384 Lennox avenue NE; fined $20 and costs. Friday, St. Clair claimed executive privilege in attempting to dissuade the judge from his determined effort to obtain the notes of meetings sought by Colson and Ehrlichman. Norman Clara Schulte Clara Louise Schulte, 81, widow of Joseph Schulte, formerly of Park Towne apartments NE, died Thursday fob Vokt, Cedar Rapids; a stepson, lowing a long illness.    Emery Johnson, Rockford, 111.; Born March 12, 1893, in Rich- 24 grandchildren and 30 great-mond, N.Y., she had lived most grandchildren. we should be able to hold our own.” willi AfteranumbcroftcloDhonel Nollsch saidtl,emain.trouble •111(1 Williim Cedar Ranids .nil wait until tb<1 ontire case' which! rails Civil Defense Director Iareas wou,d b<1 lbe Hanchcr au’ and William. CcdaM<apid.s^and jnv#|m tenp of al|cga(ions jn ^ Omljtef^D'™<orJditorium, theater and art build- wife, are three sons, John L ^ *le hopes members daughters, Madeline Bell, Atkins, Mabel Mng and Clara several different areas, has been presented before expressing any judgments. Also at the news briefing, counsel John Doar disclosed that proposed articles of im- boat, which the owner loaned out for the emergency to civil defense. avenue costs. Iowa Deaths Permitting unauthorized per-Wind direction and    velocity    at    non to drive —    Karl Moses, lazette weather station at    2    1415 Fifth avenue    SE; fined $25 rn n.ilm    anc* COStS. * calm.    Right-of-way    violation Sun rises Friday,    5:34; sun    Diana Zaiger,    3311 Pioneer ets 833    avenue SE; fined $30 and Year Ago Today — High, 79; aw, 61; rainfall, none. Coralville Lake ’oo! level Thursday . Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in brackets) Lacrosse (12) 7.0 fall .1 Lansing (18) 9 0 fall .1 Dam 9 (18) 17.6 fall .5 McGregor (18) 10.1 fall .3 Guttenberg (15) 9.0 fall .5 Dubuque (17) 11.6 fall .52 Davenport (15) 11.6 fall .5 Keokuk (16) 15.9 fall .2 Cedar at C K. (13) 6.64 rise 33 Births — St. Luke's May 29 Mr. and Mrs. lames Porn hau;ii, 2-107 O iue NW. a son. Fires 4:47 p.m. Wednesday. Cause mder investigation at 1100 sixth street SE. 4:59 p.m. Wednesday. Faulty ,-alve at 3968 Center Point oad NE. 5:17 pm. Wednesday. Boys baying with matches at 1615 Third avenue SE. Marriage Licenses Peggy Gray and Kenneth Ranshaw, Patricia Morrissey md Mark Kalina, Anna Ellis md Vaughn Witherall, Cathy ■ichwecr and David Barth, all if Cedar Rapids. Sheryl Sass, Zedar Rapids and David Waterman, Atkins. Molly Trier, Keota, and Roger Beinhart, Arlington — Richard father 89. Gleim’s. 08.80 Oelwein — Thomas German, 72, Kansas City, day at 11 at Brant’s. Keota — Elizabeth Edna Singmaster, 104. Saturday at , 9:30 at St. Mary’s Catholic I church. Rosary Friday at 8 at j Powell’s where friends may call Friday. Dyersville — Ella Naber, 75. I Saturday at 9:30 at Basilica of 1 St. Francis Xavier. Scripture I service Friday at 8 at Mc-I Bride’s where friends may call after 7 Thursday. Independence — Bernard A. “No Privilege” Brushing aside the claim, Closen lectured St. Clair sternly, (“There is no executive privi-1 want those documents produced.” The question is, the judge said, “How does the President see his duty to enforce the law when his former confederates) are under indictment.” (lesell has said repeatedly! that a final refusal by Nixon would likely result in dismissal! old~ of the charges because if the Rucl government withholds evidence: Fri-i beneficial to the defense then it may not prosecute its case. The judge has said it makes mo difference that the special Watergate prosecutor’s office seeking convictions in the case and the White House are working against each other. To Gc-sell, they both represent the government. In other developments: The Internal Revenue Service of her life in Cedar Rapids Surviving are two sisters, Marguerite Baumgartner, Dubuque, and Emmy Rothweiler, Cedar Rapids. Services have been tentatively set for 2 p.m. Saturday at Behr’s funeral home in Dubuque. Teahen funeral home was in charge of local arrangements. Dubuque and' Services: Turner chapel west peachmenl were being prepared at 10:30 a.m. Rev. Cedric Saturday by the] IiOfdahl. Burial: by the staff, but he warned against drawing conclusions! I about the activity. He said the Spring Grove cemetery. Friends    d    so    mg mal 3t Tar.nCrj_C.Et _    i terial would be ready if the until IO a.m. Saturday. The casket will not be opened after the service. committee decides it is needed. ing complex on the west bank of ; the Iowa river. j By late morning Thursday, rising waters had blocked two of the four lanes on North Dubuque street in Iowa City, and the ! lower section of the city park I had been closed. Af, j. • I , Some basement flooding was Atter Accidents being reported A 4-year-old boy and an 85-    (iuard    on    Standby Gov. Robert Ray Thursday ordered members of the 224th engineering battalion of the Iowa Two Listed in Fair Condition Kopel: Can Health Unit Memorial Services Huber Jerome R. “Jerry" IO a.m. Friday in Immaculate Conception church by the Rev. William P. Leonard. Burial: Linwood. Rosary:    7:30    p.m. Thursday in Janeba-Kuba funeral home west, where friends may call. Okay Bills? Pair Injured Accident; Linn Auditor Merle Kopek whose scope of responsibilities in reviewing health    center! n national guard to be on standby (hours, officials said. In addition, the civil defense in Des Moines volun- One in Hospital i • I    *    .    . David    Korir,    18,    of 1116 claims has    been    questioned, hasSrr,. ,    .    .    . ’ ,    ,    _    iL j Thirty-second street SE, was in good condition in Mercy hospital Allen 64. Saturday at ll at,    ,    ...    ...    _ Fi r s t United Presbyterian assessed Nixon with a 5-pcrcent church. White’s.    negligence penalty in connection Garrison -Henry IL Cran with more than $400,000 in back 59. Saturday at 10.30 st-1 taxes, the Baltimore Sun reported. The penalty was included. Mark’s Lutheran White-Phillips’. church.! Walker—Ross D. Shaffer but not publicized, in thc IRS 77. Saturday at 2 at Bible Presbyterian church Cono Center. Visitation tit Murdoch's, Walker after 7 p.m. Thursday. Blairstown — Mrs. Witbert (Buddy) Voss. Halverson’s. finding April 3 that Nixon owed $432,787 plus interest, the newspaper said. The IRS declined comment. 'Itll* IRS said a number of c I    j    errors found in original audits Soions Named to ! of White House friends and ene- *i mies were “unrelated to political nerqy council pressure.” Burke Willsey, assis-DES MOINES (UPI) — Four tent to the IRS commissioner, lawmakers Thursday were!said, “Because we had mistakes named to serve on the newly)in our audit process is no in-created energy policy council)dication there was any political)been the 1974 Iowa interference.” Two lawyers of the Watergate prosecution team investigating the ITI' case resigned. Their impending departure, following the of their task force now questioned whether the health center board has any authority to process claims at all. The health center board indicated Tuesday an attorney general’s opinion on the scope of Kopeks authority will be sought following his withholding of payment of a claim dated in 1973. Wednesday afternoon Kopel delivered to the county attorney’s office a letter requesting an opinion concerning the authority of the health center board. Ile asked: “Is it sjiecifi-cally legal for an operating or advisory board of the health center to approve claims to be paid out of county tax dollars, Thursday, with a cut right wrist and an eye injury suffered at 3:48 p.m. Wednesday in a two-vehicle accident. Korir is a junior at Washington high school, and a member of the track team. A second person, Paula Parish, 16. of 401 Twenty-sixth street SE, was treated at Mercy hospital for a bruised right leg and released. Both were passengers in a car driven by Brian R. Ulrich. 17. of rural route 3, Cedar Rapids. year-old woman were in fair ,, ,    .    . ««, . condition Thursday with injuries Most members regard Water-! suffered Wednesday in separate gate as the heart of the im-| traffic accidents, peachment inquiry and some    .    . did not hesitate Wednesday to .fba"c M vLorbcs'    flaln' a'crt    'nucasc    assistance    is    need- say where they think matters11 ^ew d™e N.^ was adm‘tte<i *° «*l»    Jobn“"    ““"‘S'-    t    _ st0()d    Mercy hospital suffering from a The men, totaling about 500, Rangel said he was convinced [ractured Jaw» h*ad injuries and!could be available within eight on the basis of the White House- edited transcripts that Nixon "o was injured at    a:2U p m.; committed impeachable of- wbile "dln« h‘s    <bc    t    , tenses. Asked how he felt after s dpwa'kJ"fr°nt °f 308 Day leered a half million sandbags if hearing the additional evidence *,rcJet NW-    Jean    Stod-lneeded    for    Johnson    county presented by the committee I'^ 41’ wb<? bvcs at 'hat |flooding. staff ho said “Now more than address’ was backing her car! Iowa City high schools also ever ”    out of the drivCway when the have been contacted and stu- .    boy was riding past.    ,dents will be available, with arty Lines    No    charges    were    filed.    Police    parental    permission,    to    fill Reaction to the evidence pre- 53^ ^ey had not determined at sandbags. sented so far generally followed 1 this time which party was at    - party lines.    fault. “I think a slight case has    *    *    * been made, but not substantial t^,, second person seriously enough to support impeach- J injured was Anna M. Schoon-iiv ment.” said Rep. Smith (R*l DVf>r ISO Tu/nntu.fniirtli cfr«nt I NY).    ____________________________ “They haven t shown me any-,hospital suffering from a frac-1inose wno a,ea-thing yet to make me think the tUred pelvis and ribs.    Notebook    Found President is guilty of anything,’ she was jnjured m a three-' Meanwhile, Thursday’s Chica-said Rep. Moorhead IH-Calif.). vehicle accident at 4:26 p.m. at go Tribune reported that auth- First avenue and the entrancejorities believe on the basis of a road to Lindale Plaza.    notebook    found    near    the    shoot- —Hearsf— (Continued from Page I.) with the surviving SLA over, 150 Twenty-fourth street membm and feels loyalty to Hr iud v »4    n    Cl    I    ii    LaL But Rep. Hungate (D-Mo.), said he thinks thc case was “very substantial.” Rep. Kas-tenmeier (D-Wis.), said he found it “compelling.” And Rep Flowers (D-Ala ), said “very of evidence” The accident occurred at the damaging items intersection of Henderson ave- were presented, nue and Thirty-second street SE. i All three Democrats stressed Police said a southbound j they were not prepared to ipanel truck driven by Carrol E.|Say that the evidence pointed to Henningson. 66. of 102 Second!impeachable conduct bv Nixon. Mrs. Schoonover was a passenger in a car driven by Mary L. Kegin. 71, of 317 Thirty-first out site that newspaper heiress Patricia Hearst was so fully trusted by her onetime SLA kid- or must these claims be direct- ave™»- Hiawatha and «Inch* They sa,d .hey want to hear the cha d d    e cd lo the l.inn county board of 'westbound car collided    rest    of    the    evidence    and    St.    fic    ,    j    of    gunfire    agal «leeviJ,rs-’    N?    cbar*cs    wcre    ,llrd    Pob“    Clair',    rebuttal    Pe    Hee    said    thc    car    driven    bv    out    rn,rn,.na < approved by 'forth Liberty:’ Debra Waldsch-1 legislature, nidt, Kalona a n d William { Appointed were State Smith, Cedar Rapids. Connie Ea]vjn Hultman (R-Red Liange, Marion and James Kot-    , ,    „    .    . rhtim. Iowa City. dis Mc- and James Gallagher (D-.Jesup) Millen. Marion and Daniel Cos-' and State Reps. Brice Oakley resignation Sens. Oak) supervisors: The health center beard has approving claims for years. Kopel told reporters the health center board has been approving claims of about $200,000 a year. He asked why the claims, most of them involv- j said w as vision at obstructed the intersection by a hedge1 nan, Cedar Rapids. Lois Cun-lingham ond Theodore Grooves, both of Springfield, Mo. Magistrate's Court Speeding Traci Nelson, 1417 Fifth street NW: Stcphan-e Chapman, 2336 Linden hive SE; James Bell. 1006 D avenue NW; ('ach fined $30 md costs. Robert Bailey, 189 Nineteenth avenue SW; fined 125 and costs. James Hucrter. \namosa; R o g e r Carpenter, 2270 Eleventh avenue Mat ion; William Hutchings, 1415 Wilton avenue SW; Daniel Roes, Mi. Vernon; each fined $20 and costs. Driver’s license violation Kenneth B a b 1 c ii u k, 3701 Sprucewood drive NE; fined PO and costs. Steven I.own. Iowa City, Franklin Maver, 985 Westview drive Marion: Mi-•hael Wanatee, 503 C avenue NW, Joan Powell, 1415 Fifth avenue SE; John Lamb, 3420 Oakland road NE; Phipps, Long Beach, •ach fined $20 and .'lunies Vanourney, 2443 Illinois street SIV; tined $15 and •osts, Matthew Terronez, 2945 Foul th avenue, Mat ion; fin< <1 SIO and costs. Traffic signal violation iR-Clinton) and I D-Davenport). The selections were made by Lt. Gov. Arthur Neu and House dreg Cusack chief, will leave the team with-;ing property tax finds, should out a lawyer who has worked on not come to supervisors, who the case full time.    jure responsible to the voters Nixon told a group of conser- and taxpayers. Speaker Andrew Varley and are vative congressmen Wednesday effective July I.    night that “If I was guilty. I’d The council is designed to he get the hell out fast, but I'm not the state’s central depository guilty.” Nixon’s words were re-lor energy data and will advise ported by Rep. Montgomery <D-the governor and legislature Miss ), one of ll conservative quarterly on energy trends. In lawmakers who accompanied addition, it will set state policy [Nixon on a three-hour dinner annually for development, utili /at ion and conserv energy sources. In addition to thc Three-Inch Rain At Shenandoah in Less Than Hour By Tho Associated Press \ severe t h ii n d e lent, utih-1 cruise on the presidential yacht ,    ,    ,, .■    ,    L,    v» *    •    mumped 3 2 inches 0 at ion of Sequoia on the Potomac river.    ...    *    ,    , • rn .1 1    _    I Shenandoah in Til) n four legislators, Gov. Robert I) Ray will make five appointments to the council with the state geologist, .agriculture secretary, I 0 w a Commerce Commission chairman and executive director of Roscoe! the department of envirrn ( os** m,,,|laI quality serving “ Officio” members. as ex- l.et a want ad help you solve your buying or selling problems! Dial 398-8234. Cedar Rapids Emergency Numbers Ambulance......... 366    7654 FBI..........402/348-1210 Fire............... 398-5343 Highway Patrol ....    364-5171 After Hours  363-5629 Police............. 398-5353 Sheriff.............398-3521 (Clip and Luny id your billfold) r s t o r rn f rain on minutes (Thursday morning, felling a number of trees and snapping (telephone lines Aul borities said there was considerable residential property damage and a number of basements in the commercial area were flooded A little hail accompanied the storm About a dozen ears were reported to have float'd down the flooded streets. There were power outages in the city intermittently through the morning. —Mid-East— (Continued from Page Ll the agreement. Israel and Syria agreed that the U. N. peacekeeping force will number about 1,250 men and will carry out regular inspections. But the force is not to hamper the Syrian civil administrators who will move tarized zone between the separated armies Another senior U. S. official with the secretary’s part> disclosed that three times Kissinger had almost given up. But Kissinger did not give up because he believed that failure of his month-long mission would mean the renewal of all-out IsraelkSyrian war that could involve other Middle Eastern nations, the American official said. Announcement of Israeli agreement did not halt fighting in the Golan Heights, and the Syrian command reported the 80th consecutive day of shelling there. Sirica Refuses To Give Panel Four Nixon Tapes WASHINGTON (AP) - U.S. District Judge John Sirica Thursday refused to turn over tapes of four White House conversations sought by the house judiciary committee for its im- into th.' domiii- Peacbn1l'n' 1W-    .    .. Sirica said lie was legally powerless to meet the request because the tape of the four (‘on street NE, who was in good con-tapers that they permitted her dition at St. Luke’s hospital suf- to stand solitary guard against fering from a fractured right police raids through the night. hand.    The FBI in Los Angeles The driver of a panel truck, claimed no knowledge of such Daniel J. Keegan. 16, of 372 information. Twentieth street SE, was Police and city officials and defended thc use against the SLA hide-by out, pointing out that the SLA Mrs. Kegin was making a left opened fire first, with fully au-turn on a green light when the tomatic weapons, after police panel truck attempted to run a gave them IO minutes to surren-stop light.    der and then used tear gas After the impact, Mrs. Ke-i Miss Hearst is wanted on 20 gin s car hit a car driven by state and federal criminal 294 charges and the Harris’ on 19 leach, including kidnaping, as-and weapons William L. King, 59, Twentv-fifth avenue SW of in sault, robbery laws violations. In Pittsburgh Wednesday, the FBI said it was “unable to prove or disprove” a report from a motorist who said he picked up three hitchhikers near Two more    thefts    from    cars    in    indiana, Pa., who resembled parking    lot    at    an    apartment    Miss Hearst and the Harris’, More Thefts From Cars Apartment Lot versations two on June'JO 1972 and the others from June 30 and comP'ex wer<? reported Wednes- and that one of the women was Sept. 15 of the same year, were da>’- .    .    carrying    a    pistol    in    a    shoulder delivered to him for rulings on    Eapajohn,    1634    Park    holster. claims of executive privilege bv Towne lane    NE, told    police a    The motorist, Howard    \icini, President Nixon.    talH‘ P'a>er    valued at    $90, two    25, business    manager    of    the He said it is up to Nixon (speakers valued at $30 and five 'campus newspaper of Indiana whether or not the tapes should *aPes valued at $30 were taken. University of Pennsylvania said Richard M. Connor, 1638 Park the three offered him $300 to Towne lane    NE. told    police a    drive them to    New York. tape player    valued at    $85 and turned over to the commit Citing this as a special case. Sil ica said iii a legal memo an- Now is the time to advertise farm equipment in the columns. Dial 398-8234. two speakers valued at $35 were the Syrian-JSWering the committee, “The (taken from his car. W ednesday I(.ourt does riot iii any way im- Two occupants of the apart-plv that the recordings sought ment complex reported Tuesday are irrelevant to the impeach- the thefts of stereo equipment ment investigation ”    valued at $135 from their cars Sirica said his decision “is (while in the parking lot, based rather on the wholly un- ____ related ground that the court want ad simply has no role to play in the i matter.” for Any Octagon FLORAL ARR ANGI MLN TS r PIERSON’S '•'* FLOWtR SHOR Your f r O Hor ut IMW Knit Blvd. NW I LOW KR PHONE 34W-IH2* floral artistry FLORIST Town and Country Shopping Center 364-2146 flowers can say everything O H FLORIST and GIFI SHOP A 364 8139 Phone Answeied ?4 Horns Deiy Oat flowers for every .HMIN I-; L occasion: since 1909 rn (•nvtnitnl downtown location 308 3rd Ave. SE 3654)511 Now, two completely -staffed locations to serve you. i<limB. lUriier&Son Turner s Last 800 Second Ave SE Turner's West, 1221 First Ave. West ;

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