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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - March 25, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                uri wtMHtft rotocAst O Snow is expected from northern Minnesota through -the upper Great Lakes into the northern Ohio valley and northern and central Illinois. Rain will fall from Kentucky through the Gulf and south Atlantic coast states. Hearing Closed In Murder Case The accused slayers of twc Cedar Rapids teenagers ap- peared Monday afternoon in magistrate's court for a prclimi nary hearing which was elosci to news reporters.. Atwcll Junior Conner, of near Bertram, and George Nowlin 31, of rural Keystone, appearei with their attorneys. The pair is accused of mur- dering and robbing Michael Scrvey, 18, and raping and murdering Maureen Connolly, 17, on March 10. The pair is being held in thi Linn county jail on boiui each. On motion of the defense Anthony Scolaro, associate judge, ordered the hearing closed. Two sheriffs deputies were allowed to remain (o guard the prisoners. The defense also asked al witnesses testifying in the pre liminary hearing or in later court proceedings not be al lowed to sit in the courtroom House Convened at 10 a.m. Passed five appropriations bills. Approved a resolution to set up a committee to study the flooding and erosion caused by construction of the Coralville and Red Rock dams. Received one bill. Recessed for lunch and committee meetings until p.m. Senate Convened at 10 a.m. Passed 44-0 and returned to the house a bill to expand the statute on operation of community mental health centers. Began debate on a measure to "de-sex" the Iowa Code. Received 12 bills, including 10 for appropriations. Recessed lor lunch and committee meetings until called to testify Judge Scolaro granted the request and cautioned the witnesses not to discuss their testimony among themselves. Daily Record The Weather High temperatures Sunday, low temper aturcs overnight and inches of precipita ion: Anchorage 47 31 L. Angeles a? 53 Atlanta .53 35 .20 Miami 81 75 Bismarck 3218 Min'apolis .2016.0 Chicago ...18 15 N. Orlc-ans 6447.1 Denver ...3923 New York. .61 20 Duluth ....6-2 Phoenix ...7853 Honolulu ..8060 Seattle .5945 Houston ..48401.07 Washington 4027 C. R. Weather High Sunday Court Speeding Nancy Mc-Dougal, 418 First avenue NW Frank Lnenicka, 101114 Tenth street SW; each fined ?40 and costs. William Peters, Iowa City; Dale Ahlvichs, Monticello David Johnson, Independence Duane Rasmussen, 1115 Sixth street NW; Connie Ohrt, Independence; Cheryl Veach 1570 Third avenue SE; Annette Eckles, 3808.Sprucewood cour NE; Douglas Herdlicka, 1216 B avenue NW; each fined and costs. Richard Clarke, 1581 Second avenue SE; fined ?25 and costs. Patricia Freeman Center Point; Steven Shook Calamus; Robin Klein, 85 Twenty-second avenue SW Terry Hiebert, Central City Gary Lekin, 1901 Ninth avenue SW; each fined and costs. Traffic signal violation James Sonka, 3321 First avenue NW; Mark Calkins, 365 Twenty-first street SE; Steven Vorba, 1715 Ellis boulevard NW; Catherine Sylvester, 2622 Schaeffer drive SW; Kenneth Zimmerman. 1305 B avenue NE; John 'Whitman, route one Marion; each fined anc costs. Accident, damage to vehicle Robert Streeper, 611 West Main street, Marion; fined and costs. Driver's license violation John Curtis, Prairie Creek trailer court; fined and costs. Joseph Brooks, McGregor; Robert Wolfe, 1524 A avenue NE; each fined and costs. Faulty equipment Paul Bundle, Springville; Wendy Akers, 1416 Oakland road NE Rodney Springville each fined S10 and costs. Drive left of center line Julie" 1323 Twentieth avenue fined and costs. Ronald Lane, 711 G avenue NW; fined and costs. Permit unauthorized person to drive Edward Koehn, 1919 Chandler street SW; fined and .costs. Gary Cooper, 1255 Wiley boulevard NW; fined and costs. Meter violation Michael Jagielski, 1325 Fourteenth street, Marion; fined and costs. Iowa Deaths Decorah Ben Manning, 80. Services .were Monday at 10 at Steine's. Decorah Nora Haugen, 87. Services Wednesday at 2, First Lutheran. Steine's. Decorah Emelia Dahlen, !9. Services were Monday at 2, Glcnwood Lutheran church. Steine's. Decorah Marvin Sande, 77. Steine's. Mt. Vcrnon Charles Klein, )4. Services Tuesday at Morgan's. Friends who wish nay make memorial contribu-ions to the Heart Fund. Fort Atkinson Teresa Cruse, 75. Services Tuesday at 10, St. John's church. Rosary Monday at 8, Chekal's. Monona Archie Thompson, 76; Services Wednesday at St. Paul's Lutheran church. Friends may call al Schultz' after 9 a.m. Tuesday. Independence John P. Shannon, 84. Services Wcdnes-lay at St. John's Catho-ic church. Rosary Tuesday at and wake service Tuesday at at Mason-Hawe. West Union Larry Clinc, 0. Services Tuesday at 2, Presbyterian church. Burnham and Wood. Vinton iLaura.L. Love, 70. Services Tuesday at .2, Camp-Jell's Burial in Oak Wood cemetery, Shellsburg. Oxford Junction Manfred V. P o w e 1 k a 76. Services Wednesday at 10, Haylock-3'Hara, Maquokcta, w here 'ricnds may call after 2 p.m. Tuesday. CIcrnioiil _ Diana Lee Wolfs, 26. Services Tuesday at I, Stavanger Lutheran church, Ossian. Schutte's, Postvillc. I'ostvillc Allan .1. Hock-mann, 22. Services Wednesday U 1 1, St. Paul Lutheran church, (Continued from Page 1.) bid. The report showec the funds came from Associatec Milk Producers Inc. Mills sale he was unaware that corporate funds were used, which is illegal. Senator Howard Baker (R-.Tenn.) said certain aspects o: alleged CIA involvement in the Watergate cover-up require further inquiry. "_ Rep. Tom Railsback (R-I11.) said there is a "real likelihood' that Nixon could be impeachec if he delays the impeachment process. Railsback said in an in terview with the Chicago Tri bune. that if the impeachmen process .was delayed beyond the November elections would be a: real likelihood- tha the. President would be im peached .'..I think there's stll a serious question as to whether the President would; be convict ed. by- the two-thirds necessary in the. senate. But my feeling is that he would be impeached." Rep. Charles Wiggins a member of the house judiciary committee has proposed that Vice-president Fore and House Carl. Albert be assigned to. study 42 White House tapes sought for the com mittee's impeachment inquiry. S e n a t e r John Tower (R-Texas) long a supporter ol President Nixon, says evidence exists to exonerate the President but, despite pleas by the Republican leadership, he refuses to release it. He .said Nixon is refusing to release {he-material because ol his "jealousy of the institution of the presidency." But Towe'i said "the leadership collectively has urged it." overnight Voon Monday p.m 46 'recipitation retailor March 1 formal for March 2 Hits UPI Reporters Boycott by Solons DES MOINES (UPI) A' veteran ;Iowa legislator said Monday the decision by some of his colleagues in refusing to.. talk with UPr reporters during the current strike against the news agency bye the Wire Service Guild was a "dangerous: step" toward denying lowans access to information.: Rep. Charles-'. Grassley (R-New Hartford) said he was "appalled" to. learn of. a letter circulated by. seven Democrats last Friday asking state lawmakers to boycott-TJPI 'and refuse to talk with UPI reporters. "I believe. One of the UPI statehouse reporters is a nonunion journalist and the boycotl obviously was aimed at said Grassley, .chairman of the bouse appropriations committee. He made. the comments in a statement circulated to the legislators and members of the press. Grassley said the seven Democrats, were "asking that we jeep readers and radio-TV who rely upon UPI' for information 'about the general assembly from knowing what's going on. Will their next step be a news "It smacks of the most crass type of he said. Grassley said he would con-inue to talk with UPI reporters and added: "We need more reedom; not less. We need more unbiased, unfettered news reports; not less. All I can say n closing is shame on the writers of the letter. To "deny a reporter the right to collect the news is a dangerous "formal through March 5.02 Potal for 1974 6 Barometer steady -Tumidity at noon Wind direction and velocity a Gazette weather station at p.m. SW at 21 mph. Sim rises Tuesday, sun ets, Year Ago Today' High, 48 ow, 42; rainfall, 0.13. Traveler's Forecast Tuesday Weather Hi-Lo 3ismarck .Cloudy 37-13 ''hicago .PtCldy :incinnati PtCldy 42-25 Cleveland Cloudy 3es Moines .PtCldy 50-30 Detroit PtCldy ndianapolis PtCldy 44-26 Cansas City .PtCldy 54-35 ilpls.-St. Paul ..PtCldy 33-18 Mela City PtCldy Jmaha .PtCldy 60-32 ioux Falls PtCldy Degree notal to date trough March 24, 1973 'ercent of normal year 89.59 normal year Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in brackets) LaCrosse (12) 5.2, rise .1 Lansing' (18) 8.0, fall .1 Dam 9 (18) 13.6, fall 1.1 McGregor (18) 7.4, fall .4 Guttenberg (15) 5.6, fall .5 .Dubuque (17) 8.G, missing Davenport (15) 7.3, fall .8 Keokuk (16) 6.9, fall 1.1. Cedar at C.K. (13) 5.07, fall !5 Coralville Lake ool level Monday Man Fined on Drunk Driving Charge Paul Bennett, 931 Old Marion road NE, ;pled guilty in magis-rate's court to a charge of drunk driving and was fined 1300 and costs, given a 60-day suspended jail sentence and ordered lo attend the school for drunk driv.ers at Kirkwood Community college. He was arrested Jan. 13. Births St. Luke': March 24 To the families f Raymond Tcna, 1519 Ninth treel SW, a daughter; Edwin Morris, 1770 Sixteenth ,rcet, Marion, a daughter; ennis J. TJngs, 4432 Benton treet NE, a son; Harold D. felandcr, 3800 Pine Tree rive NE, a son. Out of Town Births Al Amsterdam, Holland o Mr. and Mrs. Charles a son March 24. Mrs. Butler the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. larold" Donohoe, 3813 Dale-'Oocl avenue SE. Marriage Licenses Dorecn Griffin and Richard oss, both .of Marion. Marsha arisen, Leslie, Mich.; .and ugh Smith, Cedar Rapids. Fires a.m. Saturday. Culling lo junk car at 509 .1 ave-ue NW. a.m. Saturday. Dcfcc-vc dryer :ii 1 H Fourth ave-ue SE. Saturday. Needless ill at 224 Tentli street NW. p.m. Saturday-. Needless ill al C street dump SW. a.m. Sunday. -Exhaust in at 200 Clivc drive SW. a.m. Sunday. Overheated veil at 1852 A avenue NE, apt. p.m. Sunday. Assist no-cc on invcsliffallon at 527 hird nvcnuc SW. p.m. Sunday. Mistaken arm at 1031 Tenth avenue E. p.m. Sunday. Unknown brush lit rear of 1125 Wilson venue SW. p.m. Sunday. Overheat-1 flrcplacn at MS ICnslliind SK. p.m. Sunday, Hrokcn Kinkier line nl. 3011 Twenty-nth street SE. n.m. Monday. FnuUy n-lnlili'i- nl. Third sired DeJong 1 Illegally: De By Harrison Weber DES MOINES (IDPA) Democratic 'State Chairman Tom Vhitney charged Monday that Russell DeJong, Republican state representative from the 70th representative district, is llegally holding his seat in the owa legislature. The 70th district contains >arts of Jasper, Mahaska, Marion and Poweshick counties. Stand Aside Whitney called upon DeJong o stand aside and .slated that if ic refused to do so, the Iowa house should immediately declare his legislative scat vacant and demand that Gov. Robert lay call a special election to fill ho position until the next gener-il election. Whitney said that DeJong Seaf mo Chairman abdicated his representative seat and has betrayed his constituency by filing an 'affidavit of candidacy with the secretary of. state for another legislative scat in which he declares that lie now resides in Des Moines. Milligan Seat DoJong is seeking (he Iowa senate scat presently held by jeorgc Milligan (R-Des Vlpinesj, who is seeking the GOP nomination for United Slates senator. Whitney said DeJong's action is in "clear violation of Iowa law." Whitney stated he was shocked at the blatant inscnsi-tivities of DeJong toward the citizens of the 70th representative district. DeJong was not available for comment. YEARS AGO It was lisclosed Nazi forces recaptured one-quarter of the Italian town i when words men t enough send sympathy flf with flowers FLORIST and GIFT SHOP Q 364-8139 Pimm: AMUAfCDcn iinnnc rurnv fenltjstes from our tklllfd arlltlt PERSON'S "SR IBM 15I.US NW How To Get a Headache from Radar Session Sheriff Waller Grant was scheduled to learn about a new radar machine Sunday night, but ended up with a headache from a kick in Ihe head instead. Held in connection with the kick was William D. Everts, 35, of Linn Junction, lie also is charged with another assaul and other crimes. Grant said he and a deputy were in the sheriff's county cai when a radio dispatch indicate! there was a drunk in a farmyart cast of Troy Mills. Since the sheriff's car was the closest to the scene, the sherifl drove lo the farm. However, the Coggon marshal got there firs and put Evcrls in his car to await the sheriff's arrival. While wailing Everts allegedly struck Marshal Lumir Havlik's wife, Lucille, in the shoulder: and back with his fists. An as- sault and battery charge was 'iled for that. Restrained The sheriff said Everts was restrained with handcuffs, bui .hat as he was driving him to iail, the suspect got his feet into :he air and kicked the sheriff in Ihe back of the head. Grant said a city charge of assaulting an officer will be 'iled for that since it happened at Collins road and C avenue NE and no slate statute deals with an assault on an officer., The sheriff said Everts also ticked the antenna of the radar unit and that a charge is pend ng for that. Everts also has wen charged with intoxication in a public place. Held in Jail He was held in the county jail Monday pending arraignment He was treated at a hospita before being taken to jail. He suffered injuries during a scuf fie with the marshal, Grant said. The sheriff said the Everts in cident was the third one he was involved in during the evening and that he did not get a chanc to learn about the radar. The other incidents involved a car whose lights were not work ing and a man-who .was drivini erratically because he was to  time to" be announced. Harry L. Miller Harry. La Verne Miller, 73, of 76 Seventeenth avenue SW, died Sunday. after a- brief illness. Born June 30, 1900, at Delhi, he lad lived .in Cedar Rapids most of his life. He was a retired ruck'driver and a member of :he Teamsters union and St. Daul's United Methodist church. Surviving are three grand- children; five great- ;randchildren; three brothers, Forrest, Long Beach, Calif., Deter, Monticello, and Nevins, Solon. Services: Teaheri chapel at 1 ).m. Wednesday by the Rev. llenn McMichael of St, Paul's church. Burial: Cedar Memori- al. Friends may call'at. Teahen chapel after i p.m. Tuesday. Memorial Services Hall, Willie C. 10 a.m. Tuesday in St. Jude Catholic church by Ihe Rev. John M. Gregory. Burial: Cedar Memo- rial. Arrangements by Cedar Memorial funeral home. Torbctl, Mary L. Turner chapel wcsl al noon Tuesday by .h e Rev. Dale Batcheler. Burial: Linwood cemetery. Friends may call at Turner west until Tuesday. The caskel will not be opened after Ihe service. John B. Turner Son Funeral Directors Serving all faiths since 1888. Turner's llasl 800 Second AVC.SE Tlirncr'sWesl D2l Flrsl AvcAVcsl   

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