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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 20, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa IMC* Wivtci K>*tC*Sf »* ZAM m M - X* - ?♦ Obituaries Thomas Condon Dies, Former Police Chief Ver e G. Gnagy United Way Hits of 74 Goa! I The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Wed., November 20, 1974 3A Verle G. Gnagy, 70. Boulder, Colo., formerly S Cedar Rapids, died Saturday UM WI ATW* tOTOCASI ® Rain is expected Wednesday night in the northern and mid Pacific coast and the northern Lakes wh.le snow is expected over the Ohio valley and most of the northeast. Clear to partly cloudy elsewhere. The Linn county United Way 01 campaign has reached $782,580, only €2 percent of goal as attempts are being made to wind Bom Sept. 21, 1904, at Albany, up the fund drive this week. 111., he was married to Helen However, drive Chairman C. Schwab in Missouri in 1934. He j Hice said there are several was employed as a sign painter major company campaigns in Cedar Itapids before moving i which have not been completed. to Colorado in 1959.    sajd    (he    campaign    will    come Surviving, in addition to his dose meeting the $1,250,830 former wife, Helen Bundro, j goal and may make it. Cedar Rapids, are two sons,1 Stop Sign Conditions for Plea Downed Violence Ripe, By Council Pena! Agency DES MOINES (AP) — The Iowa state penitentiary at Fort Speeds and traffic flow at the intersection of Forest drive and Linden drive SE don’t warrant Madison is ripe for disruption the installation of stop signs, and violence, says a statement citv officials said Wednesday. adopted by a legislative com-Thcv were responding to ques- mittee Wednesday, tions    by several residents of the    The    penal    and    correctional area    who were among 99 per-    study    committee    listed four United Way officials    said    goal    sons    who petitioned for the    areas    which    it said should be definitely    would    have    been    signs. The city council declined    improved. The state penitentiary empha- William, Cedar Rapids, and Richard, Denver, a half- made except that a substantial I to instal the signs, brother Lyle, Cedar Rapids, | jft made jn t s b a| “There is a serious problem and a half-sister, Mrs. Harold^, fnt,nt,atinn    nAt    ho Mote, Cedar Rapids, and two grandchildren. Services were Wednesday at 10 at Howe mortuary in local foundation will not be jon our street,’ available this year because of the depressed stock market. Among outstanding reports noted Wednesday were Har- sizes security at the expense of training and rehabilitation, does —Daily Record— The Weather High temperatures Tuesday, low tem ' peratures overnight and inches o# Pre-i,»a citation-    Mt. Anchorage    ll    -OI    L. Angeles    70    54 Atlanta ....M    ti    .22    Miami .    MU Bismarck .    42    is    Min'anolis    45    32    .01 Chicago    S3    42    N. Orleans    12    73 Denver    50    25    New York    SS    50 Duluth ...    34    78    .15    Phoenix    74    S3 Honolulu .    SS    75    Seattle ..    SI    44    .43 Houston .    82    62    Washington    SS    48    .01 Magistrate's Court Speeding — Eugene Volk. Vernon; Cynthia Rusk, said Carol Wolf, 316 Forest drive SR. She said 33 not ha;e a clear line of commu- ehildren live within a block of;njcabon jn a p^on and does not the intersection, and accidents    cjearjy establish rights and often result in autos ending up    dutjes 0f the prisoners and staff, in private yards, endangering    the statement charges. the children.    I .    ..    .. .    ,    I In correcting the situation, She also said many cars don t <«tbe starting point will have to quota; Iowa State Employment observe the 25 mph snood limit.    area of communi- Kenneth Anthony Frantz, in- Service employes, 170 percent of and asked whv ston signs aren t cations — it permeates every-Thomas Joseph Condon, 71, of fant son of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn 8°^-    j    considered necessary at Linden thing.” Social Services Com mi s- 150    Thompson    drive    SE,    police    Kenneth    Frantz,    437    Cherry    Hill    Roland    Wilbert    Vault    Co.    and    dr*ve wbf“n ,hr>v are stalled at    sj0ner Kevin Burns said in an chief of Cedar    Rapids    from    1941    road    SW,    died    shortly    after    employes,    133;    Xerox    Corp.    and    Twenty-fifth street drive ^    interview following the commit Thomas J. Condon Boulder Burial: Mountain View nigchfeger Corp., employes and Memorial cemetery, Boulder. !members of United Auto Workers 1316, 127 percent of Frantz Infant Word of God Lutheran Church for the Deaf, Cedar Rapids. Burial: Cedar Memorial cemetery. Visitation at Halverson’s in Belle Plaine until 11:30 Thursday and at the church after I. Belle Plaine — Mrs. Eleanor Hunt, 68. Friday at IO at St. Michael's Catholic church. 1023 Twenty-fifth street NE; j Scripture reading Thursday at Christopher DeMarrias, 2735 j 8 at Hrabak’s. First avenue SE; each lined j Decorah - George Maili, 78 $35 and costs. Kelly Beaver,. Olson-Fjelstui’s. Bloomfield; Norman Toland, olin _ Kathryn Kruse, 94. Extended Forecast — Chance,.. , T.uenT/’"^Thursday at IO at First United I Randall Jacobson, 5037 U* e» h n d i ■ t ehnmh n„rini- of rain Saturday. Lows in the I Kessler mad NW; Dean McDer-i wvomimr cemetery Visitation 20s and highs in upper 30s toimott, 2126 North Tov.™ Place after 1 Wednesday at Ha'yden’s. j JA,,    Ne, Donald MichdlGc, 3/01 j m,d40s-    Sixteenth avenue SW; Milo    „    .    cu    , r-    d SA/ it    Klouda, Palo; Daniel Takes, 1,0B!?|rs'0"n — B.ra" ,, ,ulc ' C. R. Weather    4018 Richmond road NE; Mi-j I7,rs. a u Halver- High Tuesday ................57lchael Beer, 5517 D avenue NW;i^s» Blair^wn.where friends Iaow overnight    34    Steven Stone, 923 Belmont;may cal1 after 9 Wednesday. LOW overmgnt ............... parkway NW; Janice Lowden — Mrs. Albert Mar- Noon Wednesday ...........40    Armstrong, 1518 N avenue NW;    tens, 69. Friday    at 10:30    at 2 nm.......................41    Eugene Winter, 108 Second    Trinity Lutheran church. Visi- _    ’. * V    x. I street NW; Mark    Andresen.    tation 2-9 Thursday at Chap- Precipitation ............. ^ c Keystone; Duane    Nesselhauf,    man’s, Clarence. Total for November .......2.36    Palo; Steven Jones, 124 Janice    Brandon—    Robert    J. Normal through Nov. ... 31.75(drive NW; Lonnie    Hagerman.    McElrath, 96. Friday    at 1:30, Total for 1Q74    42 21I Toddville; Robert Riches, 2704    Campbell’s, Vinton.    Burial: lotdi ior ni* ............ Matthew drive SW; Samuel Greene, Ohio. Barometer, rising ........ 29.93    smothers. Ely; Duayne Hult-; ..’iiihmu Humidity at noon .......66%    quist, Mt. Pleasant; Dennis    "J,It-    i    ponij. pAi;Afl . I Amdahl 4420 Bowling street    J1* Tbursday at 1:30,\Cedar Rapids Police Protective Wind direction and velocity SW; steven Clark, 119 Janice Mc£*wiggin and Uhlmann’s. (Assn., the Iowa Chiefs of Police to 1948, died Tuesday. Born Aug. 27, 1903, at Bertram, Mr. Condon had been a lifelong resident of the Cedar Rapids area. He retired from the police force in 1951 after 22 years of service. He then entered the real estate business and founded Condon Real Estate Co. in 1958. Mr. Condon was married to Henryetta Worthan on July ll, 1925, at Cedar Rapids. He was a member of St. Matthew’s Catholic church, the Knights of Columbus council 909, Bowen General Assembly, Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus, the Chamber of Commerce, the Cedar Rapids Board of Realtors, and was one of the founders of the Westside Civic club. Mr. Condon was an honorary member of tho Cedar Rapids Sports club and was instrumental in promoting exhibition professional football games in Cedar Rapids. He was a member of the birth at St. Luke’s hospital Wednesday. vSurviving in addition to his parents are the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Frantz, Cedar Rapids, and Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Kopf, Kansas City, aMo. Private services were held Wednesday afternoon at Turner | chapel west. employes, 129; Nissen Corp.,I Tf8?'0. Engineer Mel Mover tee meeting. employes and members of *aid fbo signs are needed ^ commissioner said he Sheetmetal Workers 236, 123    ?!?!    I™?*    I    feels    there    had    been    some    im- percent; Great Plains Gas and employes, 147; Seifert’s and employes, 122; and IBM Corp. and employes, 112 percent. Memorial Services at Gazette weather station at 2 p m. WNW at 28 mph. Sun rises Thursday, 7:04; sun sets 4:41. Year Ago Today — High, 61; low, 46; rainfall, 0.37. Traveler's Forecast Thursday Weather, Hi-Lo drive NW; Daniel Waits, 3131 D avenue NE; Timothy Deal, 1732 Blake boulevard SE; each fined $30 and costs. Michael Bean, Cedar Terrace trailer court SW; Larry Russell, 232 Atwood drive NW; Julie Marsh,! 3701 Wilson avenue SW; Larry Marak, Swisher: Charles Price. 500 Seventeenth street NE: Margaret O ’ D o n n e 1,    4500 Walker street NE; Patrick! Onslow— William C. Bamts,| Assn., and the Iowa State Po-83. Thursday at 1:30, Mur- |ireman’s Assn doch’s in Marion. Burial: Cedar ,lccman s Assn Memorial, Cedar Rapids. Economist Says Outlook for U.S. Worse Than '30s ATLA.NTA (AP) — America is j a n Wieneke, I GOO Twelfth avenue Bismarck .......Cloudy    42-23;SW; John Fowier< 3000 j Chicago ....... PtCldy    4<-*-9 street SW; Verg Robison. 1390!approaching    a depression that CS    l^“^e;^cK^;roUl<1 ">**    —*    ot Des Moines  PtCldy    49-35. $20 and CQsts Detroit Indianapolis Kansas City Milwaukee Mpls.-St. Paul Snow 38-28 Hunting license violation 1930s ‘‘seem like a tea party,”  ______    I    says economist Eliot Janeway. C*°F»ir tl-V    Marion°°rinrtirt$ifl1 "Bef°re m is over n0 Amcri' PtCldy 39-25 j anil costs. " *    v    can    is    going    to    live    high on the PtCldy 3 i-2.i Enter prohibited park area—he told a Georgia State Surviving in addition to his wife are a son, Robert, Cedar I Rapids; two brothers, Larry j and Fred, both of Cedar {Rapids; a sister, Eleanor Coo-joer, Washington D. C.; one j grandchild and one great-grand j child. Services,: Friday at IO a rn. at St. Matthew's Catholic church by the Rev. Gerald Condon, nephew, assisted by the Rev. A. A. Sodawasser. Wake service Thursday at 7 p.m. at Turner chapel cast. Burial: Mt. Calvary cemetery. The family suggests that friends may, if they wish, contribute to the Heart Fund or to a charity of their choice. Omaha  e5"acJ°hn    McSweeny, 925 Hillview'    university audience Tuesday. liou^FiW:; .:: plcidy    Marion;    fincd    $1° and J* U. S. is in a race against n .    Improper    passing    —    Eugene    ^im'f f°restall a depression, uegree u*ys    Volk    Mt Vernon; fined $25    said Janeway, author of nu- Tuesday ................. 21    j and costs.    merous books on economics. Total to date     1151    Driver’s license violation —I “We have nn friends ” he Through Nov. 19. 1973 .... 890 Michael Holden. Swisher; fined    **p1irnTlttQr,    nA *\ ’ t Percent of normal year ..17.35{$20 and costs. Charles Newlon,! <*IU- CaUryPoans ana tne Japa-i ^ je g Lynn 76 of 818 ^ Total normal year ..... 6,63111215    Rose street SE; fined $15    ncse are lined up four square i sf    * t sw djed Wednesday He -    -    .    ;inH    recti?    I    with the oil countries. Do not    * Lyle B. Lynn Suspected Arab Bases in Lebanon Shelled by Israe May, Harry Richard — 1:30 pm. Thursday at First Lutheran church by the Rev. Dennis The Associated Press W. Wright. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Friends may call at Turner cast until 9 p.m. Wednesday and at the church from IO a.m. to 1:25 p.m. Thursday. The casket will not be opened after the service. Friends may, if they wish, make a contribution to the Me- lem. There is also a sight prob-    .    .    ... lorn at Linden drive, he ameed- Pavements at the prison rn the cd, bat it isn't as bad and steps    lf1dT'    v. va ***" to alleviate it are being consi’ri.:parently been a breakdown. erpd    “The study committee believes Mover said the intersection of    ingredients    that    cause Forest and Linden doesn’t meet disruption and violence within requirements in the state signa- a prison are now present at Fort li/ation manual. .    Madison,” the statement adopt- The requirements are five or ed by the committee said. more accidents in a year which Sealer’s License for Israel shelled suspected Arab ,    '    ’    ..    ,    /pi    a    n    •    a    a    J ....HI. baw, in «.».    %£?£££?£ E!e»atw Reinstated Shed,nat the    t0Wn    °f    30*second de,ay for each* <or at and'^ale gl^in0 elevator, Gar- ‘ 1 •    least 85 percent of traffic travel- win, is reinstated because the ...    .    However,    the shelling was not jng more (han 40 mph.    firm complies substantially with ,und 01 Flrst Lutheran considered a direct reprisal for    safety Commissioner James,the warehouseman's law. the mon. Anna - Thursday a, ^de" res dent7 3ThrS£    ^ S,°P    “ l0Wa C°mmerCe Wmm'“i0n at Immaculate Conception.res|ldcnts |Sai°u| lsfa^! I <=ause accidents, as wen as pre- said Wednesday. The license was suspended church by the Rev. William Runs have been pumping shells vent them. He said the city Leonard. Burial: St. John’s nightly into southern lebanon in* could be held liable for ac- cemeterv. Rosary at 3 p.m Wednesday and prayer services at 7 p.m. at Teahen funeral home where friends may call from 2 to 9 p.m. Wednesday. Cambridge, Perel — Thursday at ll a.m. at Brosh chapel. Burial: Linwood cemetery. Three Men Face Druq Indictment an attempt to pin down Pales- cidents occuring due to tinian guerilla bases.    signi if their installation Lebanese government sources not properly justified.. said their army was on the alert for retaliatory Israeli raids across the border. Premier Rashid Solh said: ‘‘Israel always invents pretexts to attack Le the was Ford— (Continued from Page I.) was Nov. 28, 1973, by the commission, which said later that the suspension would continue “un-1 til certain conditions    were met.” An inspection Oct. 31, 1974, in-!dicated that “the warehouseman is in substantial    com- ,    .    ,    dressed    the    Japanese    people    in    pliance with the Iowa bonded banon, although we have repea-ja nationally televised address atlwarehouse law and the commis- tedly declared that we are not j a luncheon sponsored by the sion regulations,” said the ICC. responsible for guerilla raids.    j Japan NathnaI p^ss aub j    - Solh said his government had    The President said he sees the    rLrwr|0- taken ‘‘defensive measures to    U. S. and    Japan as ‘‘permanent protect Lebanon and all resi-    friends”    who must work to-    (Continued from Page    I.) Two Cedar Rapids men and a dcnls" ‘'K'ludin8 th<“ 18 Pules-    pettier lo    bete solve the world's    , Severn Midiigan    repreformer Kirkwood Community    rrfugee    caraps    in    ,hc    economic    ills    and    preserve ■;scDt^*    Jid chr8y“ r had college student from South! untr>    pe^.^ America were indicted Monday Israel and the guerillas trad-! weve by a federal grand jury on drug charges. Gary Joseph Steger and John William Dodge, both of whom are 22 and list their address as 1800 Seventh avenue SE. were charged in one count with importing 1.67 grams of cocaine from Cali, Colombia. The shipment was allegedly sent by had some disagree-,    if. ed threats of new attacks cements but we have remained,    6    ___ each other in the wake of the friends and partners,” he said. made a good argument in pre- Beit Shean raid, in which the three Palestinian raiders also were killed. In Beirut, a leader of Yasir Arafat’s Al Fatah guerilla group told a news conference that two guerilla squads tried to assassinate King Hussein of Jordan ‘Economic Problems” Coralville Lake Pool level Wednesday .. 683.27 Mississippi Staaes (Flood stages in brackets) Lacrosse (12) 5.0, no change Lansing (18) 7.8, rise .1 Dam 9 (18) 13.4. rise .1 McGregor (18) 7.2, rise .1 Guttenberg (15) 4.5, fall .1 Dubuque (17) 7.6, rise .2 Davenport (15) 4.7, rise Keokuk (16) 2.5, rise .1 and costs. Faulty Tuter, 1633 equinment — Helen re<rard Israel 'is our friend hut! 8 n 1 l^toru IS First avenue SE:    "    ,.    .    .J."    •    I*.    1898,    and    had lived in Cedar .1 was born in La Porte City Aug a uici, iuiiii i n bl avenue od,, _n_n,..x .1    , it*    , 118, 1898, and had Kenneth Iacaven, Newhall; each . ^ them for looking out ^or; Rapids since 1920 fined $10 and costs.    themselves    —    and    question    us! „    ..    .    ,    - for not looking after ourselves ” was a rel,red employe of Janeway also said he did not Penick and Ford and a veteran think President Ford should !?f Wo,:ld ^ r.H! was. a m®m have left the country during an economic crisis. He said there is no way to es- Guillermo Gutierrez. 21, a during the Arab summit confer-former foreign exchange stu-|ence last month in .Morocco, dent in the United States. President Makes No Bones About Recession TOKYO (UPI) - For the first Ted :ir rise .01 at C.R. (13)    3.68 Births Nov. 19 Mercy Vehicle control violation — {David Pitlik, Mt. Vernon; fined} I $20 and costs. Reckless driving — Rodney jJoslin, Wendy Oask trailer court: fined $35 and costs. Intoxication — Robert Bean.j For.ry road*    I    cape a depression if the Middle (Houvk. mi address^    East countries maintain the high Allen, 1810 Eighth street SE;    Pn<* of oil. The U.    S. should each fined $20    and costs.    demand a 50-percent    cut in oil I Failure to use lights - Keith priCCS, he said. 'Jennings. 1531 Thirtv-second    i  ,u ««* u street NE: fined Sin and costs ; lle labe,ed Iran- ,ho foughest To the    families    of    Overload — Steven Bat-,custcm<r” this country has    to Terry    Miller,    NewTia1!.    n    cheller, 470    Twelfth    street,    face and called it the    key to the daughter;    Sorbet    BertHng,    Marion; fined    $138 and    cost    problems of the Middle East. Gary Jones, 2408 Reynolds ave-, lIn    , nue SW: fined $117 and costs. I Ho P010^ 001 that Iran ,s    not Parking violation — Delores aa Arab country, and is free of route 2, Browning. 1014 Sixth street S Petersen, fined $15 and costs. Traffic signal violation —,u    . ;    ..    vr 0 Peter Chiafos, 416 G avenue)    countries    tte U. S NE; James Jensen, 139 West pressure to reduce its crude    oil Nov. 19 — To the    families    of|Pos* ro«d N"W: Terry Korsmo, price*. Marcine Harms, 5548 Sharon 212 Twelfth street NW; each    ---- lane NW, a daughter;    Ronald    Hoed $25 and costs. Richard i Hicok. Hiawatha, a son;    Robert    Truesdell, route three. Pf^dar    L.    E. Downs    Faces W. Gibson IU. 117 Fourteenth |    Rapids; Ted Burke. 1338 A    R    ;i a.    , .    r avenue NE: Kathy Bogs, 1315    DUIIuing    ln|U,y    Count K street SW; Steven Sawyers,    T„ Clarence E.    Downs, 27,    of 1041 NW. a Norbert 153 Westview drive daughter. Nov. 20 — To the families of Stephen Cree, rural Marion, a son; Brad Mechanicsville, a son. Births — St. Lui.e s what sion? ber of Hanford American Legion post. Surviving are his wife, the former Doris Day, to whom he was married April 2, 1946, in Waterloo; a son. Robert Lynn, Kansas City, Mo.; a stepdaughter. Mrs. Gene Kirch-mann, Cedar Rapids; a ^epsom Staff Sgt. Gordon Hess, with the air force in California, and five grandchildren. Services: Friday at 2 p.m. in Jareba-Kuba funeral home west bv the Rev. William B. II amish According to Asst. U.S. Atty. Robert Sikma the narcotic was of high quality and worth in the neighborhood of $650 if cut and sold on the street. Customs inspectors detected;TrIn Orrlln^nro the druq durins a routine check 1 r8m '-'romance of mail. Government officials arrested Dodge    and Steger w’hen the letter wfas delivered in Cedar Rapids. Sikma indicated he may re- ‘‘We worked together to solve; the problems of the cold war J W e succeeded bec alife we worked together. Now we con-, front . . . new and even more ■'    4    Ai    ^ complicated problems ...    ;    PT' "We can work together ,01'dent Ford said Wednesday that meet the global economic    recession, issues. We believe that we are1 1° a speech to the Japan ‘‘That was not the first timely jUs^ temporary allies. We Press Club televised throughout are permanent friends. We the country, the President said: share the same goals — peace. ( "Like others, we suffer from development, stability and pros- inflation. Like others, we face perity.”    *    recession.” Ford wound up his hectic sec ! White House Press Secretary jond full day in Tokyo at a Hon Nessen last week was the banquet for Emperor Hirohito first administration official to with a toast to ‘‘the government acknowledge recession condi-of Japan and millions and mil-1 tions existed. In remarks at a lions of Japanese.” we tried to liquidate Hussein and it will not be the last,” Abu Ayvad said. He said Moroccan police arrested and tortured the assassination squads. Second Reading Given by Counci news conference in Phoenix last - I Thursday, Ford said America . .  ......Meany, VFW Ask Ho was in a time of economic ills The Cedar    Rapids city council    y    «    \ Ronef f R U    and described    it as “a recession quest extradition of Gutierrez I    gave second    reading Wednesday    wtlO Of DeneTif Dill    or call it what    you will.” from Colombia. He said the to an ordinance regulating train* WASHINGTON (AP) — AFL    Wednesday there was no qual- man is suspected of making movements downtown during CIO President George Meany ideation. other drug shipments.    the afternoon rush hour.    and the Veterans of Foreign    - * * *    The    ordinance, which must be Wars Wednesday joined in urg    30 YEARS AGO - Economic In addition to the importation    read a third    time and published    *n£    President Ford not to veto a    Stabilization    Director Vinson charge, Steger was indicted on    before it becomes law', would    bdl    congress passed to    raise    hinted that any general wage *’ii    nU!,y    pas7    Burial: Cedar Memorial. Mili- a charge of possession of 600; prohibit blockage of the Fourth j veterans    educational benefits 23 j increase would have to    wait He said Iran is one of 1 ,a eravesjde services will bo amphetamine tablets with in- street crossings between 3:30 percent.    until Germany was beaten. m I conducted bv ' Hanford post. ten. to deliver.    |p.m. and 5:30 pm.    Meany    said:    "TW,    nation's    ...... Friends may call at Janeba-I Dodge was named in two| Meanwhile, representatives of veterfB* £*•“**    ! the    AnpuU    0n(rt4e Kuba after 7 p.m. Wednesday. street NE. a daughter. Out-of-Town Births Watergate— (Continued from Page I.) .counts with intent to distribute (five railroads are moving to3 V(',0• Th(‘ bi!1 Is not. infla'i for possession of 300 tablets of [forestall final passage of the 0r-;llona/7: rather U 1S an invest‘ two different strengths. ------- —1 ”*...........I cli railroads comply with ment in America’s future and At Milwaukee. Wk. _ Mr. and Mrs. John R. Sawyers, a son Nov. 16. Mrs. Sawyers is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.,. ..    .    .    .    * Robert C. Young. 3617 Skylark Iteenth strect SE: fin‘‘d $ lane SE. Mr. Sawyers is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sawyers, 2519 Brookland drive NE. mute one, Marion; Marcia    T*’icounts of perjury lodged against Smith. Palo; George Kubasa.l Tenth avenue SE, hits been ..    ni.    i i 859 Fifth avenue SE; Vernon j chargd with malicious injury {iT* .arg ba Dice, Palo; each fincd $15 and t0 a building    *    lhe    lied    to    **    senatl‘    OOmmiUee costs. Daniel Cullivan, 841 Six-'    ” 0 and Letter Tells of Robbery in C. R. Marriage Licenses Dixie Hadley and Jon Mud- count v jail nizance. Cl>?ts. Resnousibility for minor* — Eileen Baumann. 1417 A avenue NE; fined $25 and costs. Pedestrian ripht-of-wav violation — Lesley Freerksen, ...    .    o ,    .,    •,    ,    11557 B avenue    NE; fint*d $25 son, both of    Cedar    Rapids.    Ju-'.in,j ros«s dilh Weber    Cedar    Ripld.,    and    KaUur, llw    slana| _ M;irk Donald Halloway. Clarence.    Kx>ff, un Patricia lane NE; pjrej    fined $2(1 and costs. 12:18 p.m. Tuesday.    Odor    Iowa Deaths fr°m Ktcn,ace at    1400 SUulb    Independence    — Judy Jen- court NE.    ^    sen is Friday at 1:30 at Fir? t M „ .. 9 52 p.m. Tuesday. Cause United Methodist church. |new 2 Nazi under InveNtiKutiun    at    Regis    White’s, high school, Prairie    drive and    B,.||e    |»|a|Ile _ charles K avenue Nfc,.    Rinser,    79. Thursday ut    2 dinance by convincing the court-a will voluntarily debt thc "at,on owues ^ Viet-the restrictions nanV vet^ans who sacrificed | whenever possible.    macb for    ' In a letter to Mayor Don Can-i ,. f .    commander-in- ney, the railroad men said each    ’    [    a    urged    veter- 1973    in quoting'    Fu8ene    Trotter, St. Paul,[of their companies ‘‘will make    and    ie,r ;ies    wr*le vino’    that tht*ie    Minn • in    a ,ctter Tuesday re-    every- effort” to keep the tracks ported he    was robbed Saturday    c I e a r during Ute two-hour a .25 caliber pistol I period. except for emergencies leaving a bar.    or    through    trains    that    cannot    be iged a building at 1527 uin 11 ¥>UU1“ m    i    Trotter told police he was out-    rescheduled. B avenue NE on Oct. 16.    Haldeman    s    lawyer,    John    VV    ii-    sjdt,    south    Side    Tavern,    1326    The    letter    also    said    each    com- Downs was released from the s0,1> objected th.it the video tape second street SE, early Satur- panv will inform the council of Linn deputies arrested him Tuesday on a warrant stem- on July 30, (Nixon as saying min;; from a aimplaint ■from!would„be ProblT ”* raisins nf $51 and I-an, Downs, thai the defendant a '"' "on do'lars hus!', moneyi while leavir hod damaged a building at 1527    would    be    wrong.    fretter    to their senators and representatives asking that cny veto be; ‘ Ettobii»ft«d Ie 1**4 bv th* Gai*t1* Co. ana published doily ond Sunday at SOC Third av*. SE. Coelar Rapid*, iowa SI40* Second cia** pottage paid at Cedar Rooidt. lo*o. 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The Associated Prest is entitled exclusively to the use for republication of ail the local news printed in this newt’ cooer as well as alt AP news dispatches on his own reeog- imade it sound as if his client day when someone hit him on the specific procedures it will I were quoting directly when in- the head from behind and took take to keep the tracks clear. ----- I    stead it w as part of a narrative. | tho items.    (’annoy    indicated    at a meeting! 30 YEARS AGO — Indications Judge John Sirica said he He was treated at Mercy hos- Tuesday the council would prob-; filtered out of Germany that Dr. would review the tape out of the pital for head injuries mid re-ably hold up final action on the Ernst Kaltenbrunner was the presence of the jury before leased.    ordinance    if    such assurances making a final ruling.    ,      (are    made    by    the    railroads. 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