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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - February 25, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Sno is expected Monday night from central New York into northern New England over northern Michigan and in the northern Rockies. Rain is forecast for northern Cali- forms. Oregon and Washington. Mostly fair weather is expected elsewhere The Weather HJnh temperatures Sunday low ten eratures overnight and inches of PI ripllation: Anchorage !S 4 L. Anseles 82 54 Atlanta ....6! a Miami 81 61 Bismarck .32 -I Min'anolls 19 2 Chicago u.ji N. Orleans (837 Donvir 37 19 New York 42 32 Dumth ....22 o Phoenix 7756 Honolulu ..85 72 Seattle st 45 Houston ...52 34 Washington 35. C. R. Weather High Sunday Low overnight............ Noon Monday 2 p.m. Monday........... Precipitation.............. Non Total for Feb...............0.3 Normal for Normal through Feb........2.5 Total for 1974...............1.9 Barometer, steady ........30.4 Humidity at noon..........639 Wind direction.and velocity a Gazette weather station at p.m., W at 15 mph. Sun rises Tuesday, su sets, Year Ago High, 36 low, 28; rainfall, none. Traveler's Forecast Tuesday Weather, Hi-Li Bismarck .......PtCldy 43-1 Chicago ........PtCldy 34-2 Cincinnati ......PtCldy 35-2 Cleveland .......PtCldy 28-2 Des Moines .......Fair 42-3 Detroit.........PtCldy 30-2: Indianapolis .....Clear 35-2' Kansas City ......Clear 58-3i Milwaukee.......Fair 36-2; Mpls.-St. Paul .PtCldy 38-1 ...Fair 65-41 .PtCldy 55-21 Okla. City Omaha Sioux Falls ........Fair 47-20 Degree Days Saturday...........___...4! Sunday.................. 5! Total to date Through Feb. 24, 1D73 ..5.35C Percent of normal year 76.31 Total normal year Coralville Lake Pool level Monday......070.75 Births Mercy Feb. 23 Mr. and Mrs. Ed- mond Gibbs, 1002 Eighth streel SW, a daughter. Feb. 24 To the families of Douglas Morris, 6025 First ave- nue SW, a daughter; Rober Becker, 1011 Juniper drive SW a daughter; Neal Gilbcrtson 2432 Eleventh avenue SE, a daughter. Birfhs ST. Luke's Feb. 22 To the families of Kick Porazil, Fairfax, a son Mrs. Barb Winnie, Hiawatha, r. son; Fabian Skrctla, 607 Thirty-sixth street SE, a son. Feb. 23 To the families of Gerald Mounier, route 2, Marion, n son; William Becker, Van Home, a son. Feb. 24 To the families of Miebacl Visck, 917 Eighth ave- nue SW, a son; Loren L. Koss, 1325 F avenue NW, a daugh- ter; Jeffrey Braclen, 885 Fiftli avenue, Marion, a son; Don W. Reed, route 1, Marion, a son. Out of Town Births At and Mrs. David L. Pratt, a son on Feb. 25. Pratt is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Pratt, 126 Twenty-fourth street NE. Marriage Licenses Peggy Cook and T i m o t h y Cook, Phyllis Johnson and Eddie Aycrs, jr., Sandra Mclhus and Thomas Van Am- burg, Bcrnita Stewart and Hod- ney Simonspn, all of Cedar Rapids. Louise Cofflnnd, Hia- watha, and James Montague, Cedar Rapids. Bonitn Cedar Rapids, and Gary Lcfc- burc, Fairfax. Beverly Mnhr, Hiawatha, nnd Dale Alstal, Cedar Rapids. Mary Burnett and Jackie Stcwnrl, both of M.'irion. Marriages Dissolved Marybclh and Jerry I.ec Miirkwcll. Judith Karen and Simon Toff. Cumin Lou and Merle R. Cox. Willndene mid Vernon Schininkey. Susan M. and Steven J. O'Conncll. Mury A. and Stephen E. Troy. Ditinii K. iind Robert Fires a.m. Siitttrday. Defuc- IIvi! fuel Now In funiucv at I Ml First iivcmio SK. p.m. Saturday. Unknown tn U'lmli In rillllll bliK'k Council .street NE, p.m. Snlurdiiy. Asslsl pollen In rlviii' iT.suuti at L nve- nucnntl First street NW. p.m. Snturdiiy. llrokni drain valve at 432 Seven! street SE. a.m. Sunday. Short i wiring in car in front of 34 Wilson avenue SW. p.m. Sunday. Assist arc ambulance at Tenth avenu and First street SW. p.m. Sunday. Ovcrhcate pan on stove at 355 Eighth av enue SW. a.m. Monday. Unknow lo alarm system at 717 Six teenth street NE. a.m. Monday. Assistanc call at 1464 Council street NE. Magistrate's Court Speedinff Dennis Worde hoff, 226 Fourteenth street NE Linda Siemering, 2106 L stree SW; eacli fined and costs Anthony Clayton, 227 Twenty second street NW; Kennetl Bracy, 5458 J street SW; Fran! Hoists, Mechanicsville; Jame Johnson, Swisher; Hichar Foster, 1235 Fourth avenu SE; James Vick, 4405 Lee stree NE: Robert Primrose, 384 Clark road SE; Richard Kleir Coralville; Donald Andrews 1727 Maple drive NW; Clarenc Breyer, 2239 Forty-secon street NE; Colin Williams, 297 Sixth street SW; Barbar Kautz, Hll Eighth avenue SW Florian Goedken, 336 Fores drive SE; Nancy Balsiger, 22 Sixteenth street SE; Nancy Eick, 65 Oklahoma avenue SW Kathleen Devine, 1605 B ave nue NE; Charles Guthrie, 150 Fifth avenue SE; Frederic' Swope, 1126 Eighth street NW Charlotte Wade, 2316 Oti road SE; Steven Meister, 180 Central drive SW; Mark Heck 1604 Eighth avenue SE; Jane Gqldsberry, 4418 Twin Pin drive NE; each fined ant. costs. Joseph Koffron, 4600 Mt Vernon road SE; fined ant costs. Alvin Mouchka, Amana Robert Tokheim 3620 John son avenue NW; Kevin Smith Morley; Linda Weber, Hia- watha; Michael Gorman, 119 Twenty-sixth street drive SE Stephen Drahos, 4009 Oaklanc road NE; Thomas Petersen .925 Second avenue SE; Lanny Smith, 202 Fourteenth avenue SW; each fined and costs. Driver's license violation .arry Anderson, 1225 Brock- man drive SE; fined and :osts. Mary Hill, 2446 Wiscon- sin street SW; fined and :osts. Steve Huggins, 1519 First street SW; fined and costs, Bobert Knalse, 1031 Cheyenne NW; Linda Siemering 2106 L street SW; fined a'nc :osts. Improper passing Daphne Craig, Center Point; fined ind costs. Faulty equipment Edward 'ohnson, Swisher. fined ind costs. Jack Powers, 6816  sts. Iowa Deaths Annniosit Andrew S. Niel- on. 83. Services Wednesday at Gocllsch's. Burial at Spring- illc. Dysnrl Mrs. Elsie Mask, 'I. Services Wednesday at 1 at ivcrlon's. Burinl in Wcstview emctcry, La Porte City. R.VHII Mrs. Irene M. Hicli- loncl, Services Wednesday t at St. Patrick's lurch. Rosary nt 8 Tuesday nt belly's, Manchester, where mny cull after 1 Tucs- ny. Mnrciiffo Gordon W. Knlrj- le, 80. Services Tuesday nl nl First Presbyterian church. Cremation at Ceda Memorial cemetery. Harrison1 A memorial has been c; tablished. Tracr Mrs. Alma Anthonj 80. Services Tuesday 10 a Overton's. Burial in Oncid cemetery near Clutier. Kalona Dudley Allen, DC Services Tuesday at a Petcrseim's. Burial in Rlvcrsid public cemetery. Marcngo Jennie Wilson 93. Services Tuesday .at Hoover-Valentine, where th Rebekah lodge will conduc services at p.m. Monday. Marcneo Miss Alic Mcsser, 73. Services Wednes day at Hoover-Valentine Burial: IOOF cemetery, Victor. Delta Arven Wayne Hac kert, 38. Services Tuesday 2, Holm's, Sigourney. Iowa City Miss Mary Kiv lin, 85. Services Tuesday at 9 St. Patrick's church. Rosar Monday at Donohue's. Hills Ervin "Buck" Slim mel, 74. Services Tuesday at 2 Donohue's, Iowa City. Decorah _ Selmer H Narurn, 83. Services Wednes day at 1, First Luthera church. Steine's. Waukon ,_. Lucille Keple 77. Services Tuesday at St. Paul's Methodist churcl Martin's. Postvillc Mrs. Paul Helm mg. Martin's, Waukon. Vinton _ Mrs. Holin. 0 Johnson, 81. Services Tuesda at 2, Campbell's. Independence Egbert E -ole, 80. Services Tuesday at First United Methodist church Masonic rites Monday at i White's. Earlville Ray C. Salow, 76 Services Wednesday at 2, 1m n a n u e 1 Lutheran church friends may eall after 7 p.m Monday at Clifton's. Lamont Carl Lange, 66 Services Tuesday at 2, Im n a n u e 1 Lutheran church 3urial: Floral Hills, Oelwein Kreussel-Fawcett. Iowa City Mr. Gail Wiese iO. Services Wednesday a at George L. Gay's. Cre mation to follow. Iowa City Baby Jonalhai 3ames, son of Mr. and Mrs Amil Baines. Services Wednes- day at 11 at Babyland in Me- -nory Gardens cemetery jeorge L. Gay's. Legislature Senate Convened a.m Received seven bills includ pg one to require owners lo tie lown their mobile homes. Began debate on the bill lo ewnte Iowa's criminal laws. Kecessed for lunch and com' mittee meetings. House Convened 10 a.m Took up for fourth day a bill o. establish a collective bar- 'aimne framework for public mployes. Recessed for lunch to M5 m. (Continued from Page 1.) rould have to "rc-examinc" the ecurity set-up. Protective arrangements at .emvood House were improved vo years ago when two paint- igs by the 181h Century Venc- an Francesco Guardi were slo- en. They were worth about each and were found everal weeks later in Brussels. Britain's biggest previous art obbcrv was in December, 1966, hen eight painlings eslimalcd i value at million were olcn from the Dulwich college rt gallery in southeast London. ie pictures three by ubens, three Hcmbrandls and ne by Gerard Drou were ttnd abandoned at a construe- on site a month later. Yellow Fever BALBOA, C. Z. (AP) An American medical learn from the Panama Canal Zone is fight- ing an outbreak of yellow fever in a jungle area In eastern Pan- ama. Obituaries Josephine Bydzovsky Golden A. Wear Josephine Hydzovsky, 87, wife Golden A. Wear, 81, of 608 Ely avenue SW. died Sunday follow- ing a long illncs-s. Formerly of Iowa Kails, he had been a Ccdarj Kapids resident 49 years. Born Nov. 14, 1891, at Ridgefarm, III., of J a m e s BydzovEky, 346 Twenty-second avenue SW, (lied Sunday following a long illness. liorn Feb. 22, 1887, in Czccho-, Slovakia, she was married March! 23, 1920, in Marion, and had been a resident of Cedar Kapids since 1919. She was a member J0y- of KCBJ lodge. i lnor Ms retirement, Surviving in addition to her! liusband, is a daughter, Mary Page, Cedar Itapids; a grand- (Continued from Page 1.) former White House aides H. R. llaldeman and John D. Ehrlich- man, said he would not be sur- prised if his clients were indict- cd. Another tareet was Charles Colson, former White House special counsel and politi- he was married to Signe S ca' troublcshooler, who was ex- Kernstorm Aug. 5, 1917, at from testifying before the i Watergate committee last fall lie e'0" lhc he believed he The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Mon.. Feb.. 25. 1971 City Hunts Funds To Build West Side Library Branch I would be indicted. Speeder Corp. for 19 years. He! as virtually certain ion, and t h r e e grandchildren. great- Services: Turner chapel west at p.m. Wednesday by the was a veteran of World war I. JMr. Wear was a member of As- bury United Methodist church; Hanford American legion post, and the South Side Civic club. Surviving arc his wife; two Rev. George McDill of Huss Me- daughters Add Abbcv V re cases. morial Presbvterian ehin-rh trust settlement, c morial Presbyterian church. Burial: Czech National. Friends may call at Turner's west. Belton Slowter Helton Slowlcr, 54, of 512 avenue SE, died Sunday "ollowing a long illness. Born Jan. 15, 1920, in Ohio, Vlr. Slowter had been a Cedar Rapids resident 34 years. He was married lo the former Nina Thompson, May in Cedar Rapids. He was a member of he New Jerusalem Church of God in Christ. Mr. Slowter is survived by his wife. Services: Turner chapel east at 3 p.m. Wednesday by the lev. Hurley Bassett. Burial: jinwood. Friends may call at Turner chapel east until >.m. Wednesday. The casket vill not be opened after the ser- lo come this week were the find- ings of the panel investigating the Watergate brcakin and cover-up. Other investigations nearing completion include campaign City officials are reviewing this week, trying to that could match a federal grant to construct a west side branch library. Dr. William Ramstad, pres- ident of the library board of trustees, Monday said federal funds may be available to build the branch. A referendum on selling gen- eral obligation bonds has drawn majority approval on three oc- casions, the latest last No- vember, but each time approval fell short of the 60 percent re- ITT mont, Calif., Abbey, Mountain I hree sons, Cedar Rapids, Washburn, Oklawaha, I'la, and Douglas, Mt. Pleasant; a brother, Charles, Yakima, Wash.; a sister, Mollie Stewart, River Falls, Wis.; 15 grand- children, and three great- grandchildren. Services: Chapel of Memories at a.m. Thursday by the Rev. Charles Mchaffcy of As- bury United Melhodist church. Burial; Cedar Memorial. Com- mittal will be conducted in Ihe chapel, where mililary services will be conducted by Ilanford jposl. Friends may call at Cedar Memorial funeral home after 6 p.m. Tuesday. The casket will be closed at 9 p.m. Wednes- day. j trust settlement, campaign dirty 'tricks, the White House plumb-i quired by state law. Funds Released with about allocated to Iowa. To be eligible for some of the funds, however, the city must apply by March 1 and must be willing to match the federal funds for thu project. Cost of the branch library is estimated at Half of that would be the most the city could hope for from the federal funds but because that's most of the allocation for the whole state, It's unlikely the full amount corded and obliterated poenaed tapes. !ldcnt Nlxon William Doiezal William Doiezal, 74, of 252 Cathryn street SW, died sudden y Sunday after a brief illnes A resident of Cedar Rapids th ast 15 years, he was bora Am i, 1899, in Ely. He was a garage owner an operator in Ely for 37 years an vas a member of the Ceda Rapids Boat club, ZCBJ lodge Sly IOOF lodge and St. John Lutheran church in Ely. Suriviving are his wife, th ormer Verda Nederhiser, vhom he was married Aug. 930; a daughter, Mrs. William Cullmer, Dysart; two gram two sisters, Mrs Konigsmark, Ceda :hildren; ester Rapids, and Gilbert Hovor :a, Ely, and a brother, Louis Cedar Rapids. Services: Brosh chapel at i.m. Wednesday by Pasto Alvin L. Danielson. Burial: Oa Hill. Frindes may call at th :hapcl after noon Tuesday. Paul D. Shanks Paul D. Shanks, 81, a forme esident of Cedar Rapids, die unday at Rogers, Ark. Mr. Shanks had made hi ome in Cedar Rapids with aughler, Mrs. Charles Me rory, and the family hai moved to Rogers only last week. In addition lo Mrs. McCrory irce grandchildren survive. Services: Thursday, set tenta vely at 10 a.m., at Copelam meral home, Coraopolis, Pa urial at Coraopolis. Memorial Services Stolelmyre, Franklin Junior Services were conducted in urner chapel west at noon Monday by the Bev. Michae ast. Burial: Rector cemetery liclsea. Dvorak, Tracy K. Services 'ere conducted at 2 p.m. Mon- ay in Janeba-Kuba funcra omc west by the Rev. Lconarc howaltcr. Burial: Czech Na- onal. Uolthiffcr, Olive K. Gravc- dc services were conducted a' p.m. Monday in Linwooc emctcry by the Hcv. Don F lc pi Lovely Lane United church. Arrangc- ents by Cedar Memorial fu- cral home. llarman, Mary a.m. uesdny in Chapel of Memories the Rev. Don F. Maple of ovcly Lane United Methodist lurch. Burial: Cedar Meinori- Arrangements by Cedar Me- orinl [uncral home. I'enninglon, Keith James Patrick's Catholic church at a.m. Tuesday by the Rev. nrtin Laughlin. Burial: Cedar cmorial. Survivors include a 'other, Wayne Penninglon, hose name was incorrectly ported to The Gazette Sntur- y. Nonlslrom, Onu Brosh lapel at a.m. Tuesday id Fry chapel in Mediiipolis nt p.m. Tuesday by the Rev. illinin Harnish. Burial: Kos- th cemetery. There are three andchildrcn surviving in ad- tion to tin1 other survivors eviously listed. Hopkins, Allnrd "Hap" 11 in. Tuesday in Jnncba-KuliH ncral homo west by the Rev. .H. Elilert. Burial: Linwood. Floyd L. Slaymaker Floyd L. Slaymaker, 63, of 918 Thirty-second street SE, died Sunday after a long illness. A retired farrier, he was born Oct. 26, 1910, at Marengo and had lived in this vicinity most of his life. He recently was em- ployed as a maintenance engi- neer at the post office. Surviving are his wife, the former Marguerite Hospo- darsky, to whom he was mar- ried April 15, 1933; a daughter, Mrs. Gene Cole, Scottsdale, Ariz.: two grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Charles Studl, Cedar Rapids, and a brother, Edward, of California. Services: Brosh chapel a.m. Wednesday by the Rev. George W. Carlson. Burial: Linwood. Friends may call at the chapel after noon Tuesday. James Jordan Seeks Return To Iowa House Rep. James Jordan State Rep. James Jordan (D- Marion) announced Monday he will seek re-election to a seconc term from Ihe 30th district. T h e district encompasses hree precincts in north Cedai Rapids and most of Linn county north and east of Cedar Rapids, nduding Hiawatha. Jordan, 53, is a farmer and a 'eteran of World war II. He is married to Ihe former Mildred ioovcr and is the father of hree children. He is a member of the house lommittees o n agriculture, :ounly government and finance. V i.i Ihi' Illinlcitl irttrtl to il mill Ilimnrt PIERSON'S 'Si? Viuir I'lll I-WHIST I'l.OWlilll'IIONI' MIHM z when words aren't enough sond sympathy wilh flowers FLORIST and GIFT SHOP 364-8139 PHONE ANSWERED 24 HOURS EVERY DAY. (Continued from Page 1.) orccd lo purge its files of some nformalion gathered in ad- ance of a I9G9 anti-war demon- tration. Lower courts .ruled ml the informalion was gath- rcd by the FBI to determine ic likely size of Ihe demon- .ralion. not lo idcnlify individu- 1 demonstrators. Rejected a challenge lo lhc cdcral Trade Commission's ower to make rules defining crtain trade pracliccs as unfair nd deceptive and Ihus illegal. Decided to rule next term in a lonlana case whether federal aws controlling liquor sales on idian reservations are uncon- ilulional. Upheld a lower court finding iat an Ohio statute banning the tie of obscene books and mag- zincs by persons holding liquor censes is unconstitutional. A ircc-judgc federal panel had said the Ohio law provided no legal guidelines and no hearing process. Bui Jaworski's timetable be thrown off by renewed problems gaining access to White House files and by a request (Continued from Page 1.) delay any matters that and involve Mitchell until the said in remarks to a has been chosen and of the national confer- tered for iiis New York of lieutenant governors. Jury selection should be said the Federal pleted this Office calculated thai a Jaworski disclosed the effective oil embargo of his office's latest conflict cut imports to about 4.9 the White House in a barrels a day. Last week, dated Feb. 14, to Sen. said the total was 4.8 million Eastland chairman a day. the senate judiciary other energy-related The prosecutor said the ident had rejected his request for tapes of 27 presidential conversations Jaworski sought mandatory gasoline purchasing system gets underway Monday in Delaware, with mo- the cover-up investigation. required to buy at least rejected were requests for worth of gas for full-size and documents believed related to investigations of the plumbers and campaign contributions from the dairy industry. It was understood, Jaworski had decided against and for small cars. Mandatory odd-even gasoline purchase plans begin Tuesday in New York, which is changing from a voluntary system. An Associated Press survey delays in the cover-up case by subpoenaing the 27 tapes. But subpoenas were considered likely in an effort to obtain the evidence in the plumbers and milk fund investigations. In another Watergate-related development, Rep. Edward that states are cutting back on highway construction and delaying repairs to older roads because of a decline in gasoline tax revenues. The Federal Energy Office said Monday it would encour- chinson ranking refineries to switch produc- publican on the house from home heating oil to committee, said he believed by allowing them to White House would a penny a gallon more with the committee's gasoline at the wholesale ment 'Guilty' on Still Aossey Denies Edward Valentine Ramsey, Cedar Rapids to Las of rural Waverly, pled April 19, 1973. Monday in Cedar Rapids federa court to one of three jewels were stolen from a involving illegal operation of salesman in Moline 31, 1972. Aossey was ar- He was charged in an in Cedar Rapids April 27, 1071 IITT rnt __ would be given to Cedar Rapids. Complicating the question fur- funds; (her is the fact Cedar Rapids is by Pres-1 changing fiscal years, and Ihe released, j budget recently approved ------covers 18 months. Because of the change, it's even harder to find the money' to match a federal grant, if the grant is approved. Sile Donation If most of the money can be obtained from the city and fed- eral sources, Ramstad said, Ihe library board may be able to help by soliciting donation of a site for the branch or obtaining private funds. The city council was asked to advise the library board before the dealine this week if it should formally apply for the grant. "It does solve the west side Ramstad said of the grant possibility, "and it gives us some help downtown." Cedar Rapids grand jury. Two men indicted on other charges by the grand jury pled innocent at Monday ar- raignments. James Aossey, formerly ol 3226 Parkview court SE, deniec a two-count indictment charging interstate transportaton of sto- len jewelry from Moline, 111., to ,as Vegas, Nevada. Larry Orville Kiertenbach, sole owner of a Lawler silo- making corporation, pled in- locent to one count of obstruct- ing Internal Revenue agents vho were attempting to dispose of property sold to cover tax iens. Three Counts Ramsey was charged with .hree counts: Possession of an unregistered still; possession of a still with intent to use it and llegally p r o d u c ing dislillec :pirils without a license. He pled guilty Monday lo sim- ie possession of a still, but tolc udge Edward J. McManus he ad operated the still at his wme lo manufacture whisky. The charge resulted from an Oct. 26, 1973, raid on his home by Waterloo policemen and agents of the treasury department's bureau of alco- hol, tobacco and firearms. Asst. U.S. Ally. Robert Sikma told (lie judge the government had agreed to dismiss lhc other (wo counls in return for Ram- sey's guilty plea on the posses- sion charge. He could face a maximum fine and five years' im- prisonment on the charge. Sen- tencing was postponed pending preparation of a provenience report. Ansscy is charged with Iran- sporting diamonds and rings va- lued at from Moline to Cedar Rapids Aug. 31, 1972, and (Continued from Page 1.) testified he arranged for about in payments to (he Wa- tergate burglars while they were in jail; made other pay- ments to admitted political trickster Donald Segrelti, and was involved in a number of major campaign contributions to the 1972 Nixon campaign, including funds from (fairy pro- ducers. Unnamed Aide In Monday's court action, the [overnment said that between March and November, 1970, Salmbach solicited pledges of ?3.9 million for Republican can- didates -in congressional cam- paigns. The prosecutor said he did this at the direction of art un- named White House aide, for a campaign committee set up in the District of The committee, in violation of the law, had neither a chairman nor a treasurer, the government 1973 by FBI agents. The jewels said. This resulted in the felony were not found in his against Kalmbach. sion, but a large sum of cashj NO Refund was. JOII1V K. Convenient Downtown Location 308 3rd Ave, SE 365-0511 His attorney apologized to Judge McManus for Aossey's unshaven appearance at the arraignment. He had been denied a razor at the Linn county jail since Satur- day as inmates are not allowed to shave over the weekend, the attorney reported. Check Policy The judge said he was not aware of such regulations and suggested Sikma look into the Jolicy since federal prisoners are detained at Ihe jail. Be! Aossey, a 42-year-old Cedar lapids business man, is curren ly serving a five-year term in he state penitentiary in Fori conviction worth Cedar Madison stealing about merchandise from Rapids supermarket in 1970 Thai conviction is on appeal to the U.S. supreme courl. Trial on the federal charge was scheduled for 9 a.m. March 25. Kurtcnbach, owner of Krop Keeper Midwesl, Inc., is charged wilh not allowing IRS agents on his property Oct. 30, 1973, allegedly standing at Ihe door with a shotgun in a case. The agents were attempting lo remove parls used for silo- making which had been sold by closed-bid auction. The property had been sold to cover unpaid employes' with- lolding tax. Trial on the charge was also set for 9 a.m. March 25, and )ail was continued at surely bond. In the second charge, prosecu- tors said that.on Sept. 16, 1970, Kalmbach, "as a reward for po- litical promised Sym- ington one of several European ambassadorships. The prosecutors said Kalm- bach called the White House, "received assurances" that Symington would get the post, and "the deal was made." When Symington did not get he job, he was offered (he re- turn of his but he did not accept, according lo prose- cutors. Phanfom Prof Sfill Calling: Changes School The phantom phone caller claiming lo be a professor from Coe college has ap- parently changed his alle- giance to Mt. Mercy college. Officials at Mt. Mercy re- ported receiving a telephone call from a woman who said a man called her and identified himself as a professor in psy- chology at Ml. Mercy. He said ho was conducting a survey on sex and morality to be published in a psychology journal. He then proceeded to ask the woman general and then more intimate questions about sex. Both Mt. Mercy and Coe college officials emphasize (he man is nol on either of their staffs and advise persons re- ceiving such calls lo hang up. 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