The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa on August 29, 1975 · Page 11
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The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa · Page 11

Des Moines, Iowa
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Friday, August 29, 1975
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ELDORA COUPLE DIES IN CRASH By TOM SUK An Eldora man and his wife were killed Thursday when the car they were riding in collided with a semi4raileiutuck_haul~ ing cement on U.S. Highway 65 on the east side of Bondiirant. The victims were identified as James V. and Ellen Louise Mauser, both 51. They were the only occupants in t h e car, Highway Patrol Trooper Charles Black, the investigating off Jeer, said. Killed Outright Both were killed outright, ac- tording to Dr. R. c. Wooters, Polk County medical examiner. The driver of the truck, Dean R. Sayer, 23, of Jefferson, suffered minor Injuries in the faeck, the tnpoper said. The ttuck, owned by the Schwer- rtjan Trucking Co., of 5201 Park Ave., carried a full load and weighed about 46,000 pounds, Black said. The accident happened at about 1:20 p.m. on Highway 65 about 200 feet south of its intersection with N.E. Eightieth Street. The Hauser car had just turned off N.E. Eightieth Street and was southbound on Highway 65, Black said. Truck Lost Control The truck was northbound on Highway 65 and apparently went out of control when the driver braked as he approached another northbound truck, Black said. The truck then slid sideways down the highway and collided .with the oncoming Hauser car, he said. The pavement was wet and a light rain was falling at the time of the accident, the trooper said. The Hauser car was demolished when it was knocked back about 63 feet from the point of impact, the investigator said. v No charges had been filed in the accident Thursday night, Black said. Frl., Auf. 29, 1978 • DES MOINES REGISTER / 11 2 lowans die in collision Th» Register's Iowa Ntwt Service FAIRBANK, IA. -Two men were killed Thursday in a car- truck collision on a Fayette County road just north of here. Authorities identified the victims as Michael E. Nelson, 30, of rural Independence and Jack A. Butz, 15, of Waterloo, The accident occurred about 3:15 p.m. Thursday when a truck, driven by James Green, 39, of Fayette, collided with the Nelson car. It was not immediately determined who was driving the car. Green was taken to an Oel- weinJiospitaLfor-treatment of minor cuts and later released. Nelson and Butz were pronounced dead at the scene. "Magic" of Bogart When • Hollywood star like Humphrey Bogart is still In the superstardom leagues 18 years after his death, It may be because- the "Bogart mystique" is not only being promoted by those who know him only as a screea personality, bat-by-those who knew "Bogle" personally, and have enjoyed recalling the imaginary glitter of the past, Read it on The Baek Page tonight. Topless dancing is form of communication: Court NEW YORK, N.Y. (AP) Topless dancing is a form of communication protected by the Constitution, the U.S. Court of Appeals ruled Thursday in deciding against a North Hempstead, N.Y., ordinance banning such entertainment. The unanimous decision by the appeals court upheld District Court Judge John R. Bartels who found the statute unconstitutional. "However much topless dancing may be regarded byvsome to be in the teeth of good taste, it is, on the record, here, a harmless form of diversion or entertainment, by way of communication from one human being to another. "That interchange of communication is subject to constitutional protection as long as some legitimate interest of the state (or community) or others is not infringed upon," the decision said. They also noted that there seems to be great interest in topless dancing by those who patronize the cabarets, .bars, lounges, dance halls, and discotheques that the statute had barred from offering such entertainment. "The town (of .North Hempstead) appears to have, either as inhabitants or visitors, a substantial number of people who will patronize bars which provide topless entertainment but will not do so if the breasts of the female professional dancers furnishing that entertainment are covered even by bikini tops," the judge observed. The ruling grew out of a suit brought by the owners of the Salem Inn and the M&L Rest, whochallengedthe constitutionality of the ordinance. The town had appealed Bartels' verdict. Kennedy death probe voted LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (AP) - The City Council Rules Committee has voted to review investigating procedures followed by the Los Angeles Police Department in the department's inquest of the Robert F. Kennedy assassination. The 3-1 vote also called on John S. Gibson, jr., president of the council, to appoint a special five-member committee to conduct the inquiry. 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"And the other 12 were Just starved, live never ~«een-any- thing like it." Denies Mistreatment Romaniello arrested Vincent Tucci, 44, proprietor of Defender Canine College. Arraigned in Riverhead Town Justice Court, Tucci denied to Justice Robert Leonard that he had mistreated the dogs, said he had moved into the Manorville farmhouse around the first of August and that he still is in the process of transferring his equipment. Leonard set bail at $100 and adjourned the case until Sept. 8. "You could hang a hat on those dogs' fibs," added Raymond Wivczar, a Riverhead building inspector, who discovered the dogs Tuesday on a routine inspection of an old farmhouse and two weary-looking barns. Only One Had Food • "Each one had a tin plate near him, but only one had any food in it, and none of the dogs had any water," he continued. "When I asked when the dogs were fed, every, one of the people there gave me a different story. One boy said four times a day; another said three times a day. Whoever heard of feeding a dog three or four times a day?" A client of Tucci's, construction supervisor Harry Pern- hagen, said: "I've never seen him mistreat an animal. Lots of times we'll want him to tie a dog outdoors — like near a pile of lumber if we're afraid of thieves. Shelter for the Dog "Vinnie usually will bring along a sheet of plywood and often found dog (food) around afterward, too, so I don't think he starves them." The charge against Tucci is a misdemeanor under the state agriculture and markets law, punishable by up to a year in jail and a $500 fine. No holiday mail WASHINGTON, D.C. (AP) The Postal Service said Thursday there will be no mail deliveries on the Labor Day holiday .Monday. WASHINGTON CANNINI ABi Availal>le St iccial! Ask Your Grocer iudiin Restrvf Bltndtd C«n»dUn WhUky, 80 Proof. Imported and bolll«d by Rob»rl 8nic« * Compiny, Chicago, III. Mil*. f nlchl *° r ' roo( ' 5chr Jncks fc Shaw Compiny. Chicigo, III. «0»Z1 . 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