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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - March 27, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                DEATHS Scattered showers are forecast for northern California into Nevada and the north- ern Rockies. Snow and rain into the Dakotas. Scattered showers across the southeast. Fair to partly cloudy elsewhere. Mrs. E. C. Rimrodt Irene Florence Rimrodt, 68, of 1820 B avenue NW, wife of Er- nest C. Himrodt, died in a Cedar Rapids hospital Wednesday fol- lowing a long illness. Born Nov. 19, 1905, at Atkins, she had been a resident of Cedar Hapids most of her life. She was a member of Trinity Lutheran church. In additjon to her husband, she is survived fay four daugh- ters, Joan Wise, Shirlene Robin- son and Rosalie Rimrodt, all of Cedar Rapids, and Bonita Rimrodt, Minneapolis; two sons, Ernest W. Rimrodt, Cedar Rapids, and Staff Sergeant Rob- ert Rimrodt, Warrenton, Va.; 14 grandchildren, a twin brother, Ira F. Primrose, and another brother, Clarence Primrose, both of Cedar Rapids. Services: Friday at "urner chapel west by the Rev. lichard A. Osing. Burial: Cedar Memorial cemetery. Friends nay call at Turner chapel west. The Weather High temperatures Tuesday, low tem- peratures overnight and Inches of pre- clpllallon Anchorage L.Angeles .15 Atlanta ___5545 Miami ....8376 Bismarck Min'apoHs .3326 Chicago 4534 N.Orieans 63543.93 Denver .....6933 NewYork .4830 Duluth .....2529 Phoenix ...6053 Honolulu ...MM M Seattle ....6051 .25 Houston ....5554.46 Washlngtn 6542 Extended Forecast Chance of showers Friday through Sun- day. Highs in the 50s to low 60s. Lows in the 30s to low 40s. C. R. Weather High Tuesday 49 Low overnight 34 Noon Wednesday 47 2 p.m. Wednesday 48 Precipitation None Total for March 176 Normal for March 2 4a Normal through March 5 02 Total for 1974 6 39 Barometer, falling '.3013 Humidity at noon 59% Wind direction and velocity at Gazette weather station at 2 p m E at 16 mph Sun rises Thursday, 6 57, sun sets, 7 27. Year Ago Today High, 64, low, 46; rainfall, none -i-Jrayeler's forecast, Thursday W earner, Hi-Lo Bismarck Cloudy 50-25 Chicago PtCldy 55-37 Cincinnati PtCldy 58-42 Cleveland PtCldy 4.7-34 Des Homes Cloudy 62-42 Detroit Cloudy 51-31 Indianapolis Cloudy 58-40 Kansas City Tshwrs 70-46 Milwaukee Cloudy 40-35 Mpls-St Paul Ram 44-32 Okla City PtCldy 78-48 Omaha PtCldy 65-40 Sioux Falls PtCldy 52-28 Degree Days Tuesday 25 Total to date Through March 26, 1973 Percent 'of normal year .90.94 Total normal" Mississippi Staqes (Flood stages in brackets LaCrosse (12) 5 8, rise 3 Lansing (18) 8 0 Dam 9 (18) 138, rise 1 McGregor (18) 7.8, rise .5 Gutteriberg (15) 5.6, rise 6 Dub'uque (17) 8.3, fall .1 Davenport rise 6 Keokub (16) 5.9, rise .1 Cedar at O.K. (13) 4.68, fall ,05 Goralville Lake Pool level Wednesday .670.32 Mercy March 26 Mr. and Mrs. James Pauba, 525 Twenty- fourtti'street NE, a daughter. March' 27 Mr. and Mrs. Allen Mayer, 366 Thirteenth street, Marion, a son. Births St. Luke': March 26 To the families John E. Steenhack, Hia- watha, a son; Harry R. Earth, Tipton, a daughter; James A. Houfle, 1809 Western drive SW, a daughter; Dennis J. Kucnncn, 1801 Park avenue SE, a daugh- ter; John'. C. McDpncll, 110 Eleventh street, Marion, a son; John E. McNamara, Anamosa, a son. Marriage Licenses Betty Lynch and Hoover Coffee, Sandra Harmer and William Weeks, all of Cedar Rapids. Debbie Ehresmann, Cedar Rapids, and James Keown, Jacksonville, Ark. Fires p.m. Tuesday. IUccal hurninfrnt 1512 A avenue NE. p.m. Tuesday. Defective nir conditioner motor at 223 Third avenue SE. p.m. Tuesday. Unknown In brush at C street and Haw- thorne drive SW. a.m. Wednesday. Alert at airport. Petitions for Bankruptcy Jerry Lee and Nancy June Second street SW. with claimed as exempt. Oscnr Robert and Beverly Jean Heine, Walker. Debts: Assets: with claimed as exempt. Gerald Henry Robinson, also known as Robbie Robinson, formerly doing business as Gerald Robinson Trucking, and Elaine Laverle Robinson, La- mont. He claimed debts of .assets of with claimed as exempt. She claimed debts ot 443.09 and assets of with claimed as exempt. Mark Dclmar and Patricia Ann' Miller, Masonville. He claimed debts of She claimed debts of. Both .claimed, assets1 of with clalrned as exempt Richard .Martin and. Judy Lorraine Ray, Dubuque, doing business as RM Ray Repair Service and formerly doing business as Mid-Night Elec- tronics, a partnership He claimed debts of She claimed debts of Both claimed assets of .with claimiJd as exempt. Keith Eddie Mohs, .Luana Debts Assets 300, with all claimed as ex- empt. Magistrate's Court Speeding James Cooper. Center Point; Robert Wolfe 1524: A avenue NE, George Schneider, 2649 Indian "Hil! 'road SE, Mark Snyder, 2805, A avenue NE; Linda 1332 Thirty-ninth street SE, fined and costs "Teresa Older, Rogers road NW! Arthur Young, 5008 Montclair drive NW; Edward Matus, 2608 Lori :dfive'.: SW; William Gersdort Anamosa; Robert Boyd, 3530' Dunham duve SW, Roger Reid 1075 Parkview drive. Marion Alex George, 600 Forty-first NE; Ralph Kinkead Whittie.r; James McCorvey Davenport; each fined anc costs. Hobert Lauersdorf, Man- chester; William Tully, 306 .Post 'road SW; John Fichtner, 422 First avenue NW Diane Richardson, 814 Owen street NW; Hobert Cummings route three, Marion; each fined and costs. Faulty Charles Kaska, 1800 Western drive SW; fined and costs ;Reckless. driving' Willis Mace, 1324 Tenth street NW, fined and costs. Gary Wells, 1008; Eleventh avenue SE; fined and costs. Improper turn Henry Tovmsend, 1833 D street SW fined and costs; Traffic signal violation Dennis Malian, 204 Eleventh street NW; Mary Brasser, 212E North Towne place NE; Gerald Byrne, 2951 Sixth street SW; each fined and costs. Accident, information and aid Larry Starr, 4901 Mid- way drive NW; fined. and costs. Driver's license violation Larry Starr, 4901 Midway drive NW; fined and costs. Driving without id Fisher, Ely; fined and costs. Permitting dog to run at large James Parrish, 1541 Center street NE; fined and costs. Iowa Deaths Morlcy Forrest Easterly, 91. Services Friday at '11, Goettsch's in Anamosa, where friends may call alter noon Thursday. Delhi Mrs. Henry Bartlctl, 72. Services Friday at Methodist church. Clifton's, Earlville, where friends may call after 2 Thursday. Keota Howard V. Bower, 85. Services Friday at 2, Pow- ell's.. South English Walter Greincr, 69. Services Thursday at 10, Sacred Heart Catholic church, Kinross., Rosaries Wednesday at 8, Powell's in Keota. Tipton Marvin C. Mallic, 62. Services at 10 Friday at St. church. Rosary at Thursday at Sheets and Son, where friends may call after 9 Thursday. Dccornh Mrs. Walter Vikrc, 58. Services i'rtclay nl 2 nt First Lutheran -church, Steine's. Mafcnffo Ivor Morris, 81. Hoovcr-Vakmtino's. (Continued from Page 1.) and that Mitchell had undergone 'an incredible grilling" before ;he grand jury. He related that Mitchell said le had been asked questions about Donald Nixon, jr., the President's nephew, who worked for Vesco, and Edward Nixon, the President's brother, who was connected with the transfer of Vesco's.contribution. Concealed Request At one point Tuesday, Dean testified that he concealed from President Nixon a request lasl year: from Mitchell. The -witness said the request was for "ac- tion" by Mitchell's successor Atty Gen Richard Klemdienst against the federal grand jury that eventually indicted the two defendants. The testimony was based on a White House tape, as was subse quent testimony relating to Scans The goveinment charges tha: Stans tried Versco's contribution by failing tfrrepor it under a new law that became effective-- April 1972, three days before-the money change hands j Stans then was chairman o the Finance Committee elect the President. It his claim that he acted' in accon with, legal advice .that Yesco's pledge of the money .before ,thi reporting deadline made the concealment legal. "Strong Case" Referring to a White House conversation of Feb 28, 1973 Dean was asked on cross exami nation: "On that date, didn't you in form the President of the JJnitei States, 'f think we have'a gooi strong case that the donor of the money, Robert Vesco, had relm quished control of the money and constructive possession b the money was in the hands o the finance "Yes, I Dean replied. But the'..government later "Wasn't the basis o your statement to the Presiden at that time what Mr. Stans tol( "That. is repliec Dean. Cash Demanded? Also at issue in the trial is whether Stans demanded tha the be in cash, so i could be traced less easily. One count of perjury against him is based 'on Stans' be: fore the grand jury that he never made such a demand. Dean was asked under cross examination, "Didn't you in form the President that the long and short of it was that Vesco was after the President'? brother to find out from Mr Stans whether he wanted the contribution in .cash or checks and Edward Nixon said Mr. Stans replied: 'I really don'l care whether it is in cash or "Yes, replied Dean. "Is that not the he was asked. "It's .the truth as I know it from Mr. Slans and Edward Dean said. BROSH CHAPEL Ccdiir Itnplds nMl In I'nhltr. Kitn'lrn" Inquire About Our I'rc-umiiiRcd Scrvlcci Solon Leland Benter Leland Benter, 53, of 1308 M avenue NE, died Tuesday at a Cedar Rapids hospital. An em )loye of IE Tower and a resi- lent of Cedar Rapids five years, le was born in Randalia May 28, 1915. Mr. Benter had been a member of St. John's Lutheran church in Sumner. Surviving are a son, Darrel! 3enter, Boulder, Colo.; a daugh e r, Mrs. Lumir Nezerka Burnsville, Minn.; six grand children, and two sisters, Mrs Say Lauterbach, For tales, and Mrs. George Nuss, tfaynard. Services are pending at the 3merson-Milnes funeralhome it Sumner. Turner east handlet ;he local arrangements. Mary Christian Mary Christian, 75, of Twenty-second avenue SW, diet Tuesday afternoon after a brie illness: She was. born Nov. 21 1899 in Cedar Rapids and had been a lifelong resident Miss Christian was a 40-year em ploye of Torch Press before re tiring Surviving are four sisters, Til lie' Harapqt, Mrs7 Orville Bean er and Mrs. Harry Cedar Rapids, and Mrs Don aid Netohcky, Solon Services- Fnday-at I 30 p m in the Janeba-Kuba funera home west by the Rev. George McDfll of Hus Memorial Pres byterian church. Burial: Qzech National cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 11 a.m. Thursday. Mabel Booton Mabel Booton, 85, of Meth Wick Manor the last ten years died there Tuesday afternoon Born Oct 21, 1888, at Delta she liad been a librarian at th public library in Cleveland Ohio, until her retirement. Following retirement s h moved toMt. Vernon where: sh lived until moving to Melh-Wic in September, 1963 There: are no immediate sur vivors. She willed her body to th University -of Iowa anatomica o'epartnient.- Turner chapel eas was in charge of local arrange ments. Royal D. Olander .Royal. Dwight 7; Taft hotel; a Cedar Rapids resi dent 20 years, died in a Ceda Rapids hospital Wednesday. H was': born July 13, 1900, a Brookings, S.D. -Surviving are three daugh ters, Donna J. O'Malley, Pala tine, III.; Darlene Bidwell, At lanta, Ga., and Patricia Ram say, Wellsboro, Pa.; five grand children, one great-grandchild and a sister, Faith Horne Grand Bay, Ala. Services: Turner chapel eas at a.m. Friday. Friend; may call at Turner east. 30 YEARS AGO Observers conceded that the Allied attack on Cassino ended in bloody fail- ure after 12 days of bitter hand- to-hand fighting. Memorial Services Helms, Terry Memoria: mass Thursday at 11 a.m. in St Luclmila's Catholic church. Wells, David Turner chap- el west nt noon Thursday b1 the Rev. Ncnl Gail. Burial Cedar Memorial cemetery. Rnscbcrry, Alia Turnci chapel west at p.m. Thurs- day by the Rev. Leland G. Hu- besh. Burial: Limvood ceme- tery. Friends may call at Tin- ncr chapel west until 1 p.m Thursday. Put your finger on what yoi need read and use want acl regularly. Let our Flowers express your respect and love FLORIST and GIFT SHOP 364-8139 _____phone answoracl 24 hours ovory day.______ Soviet Shelves Bid for Action Against China By K. C. Thaler LONDON (UPI) Because of ack of support, the Soviet Jnion has shelved a plan to call world conference this year to ry to excommunicate China rom the Eociety of world com- munism, Communist diplomatic ources said Tuesday. The sources said oilier Com- munist parties either failed to upnort the Soviet plan or out- ight opposed it. Russia's European allies have warned her that a world conferr ncc would only deepen the split with China without providing a onvincing vote in favor of her xpulsion from the world Com- munist camp, the sources said. Put Off Plan The Kremlin has reluctantly yielded and put off its plan vithout abandoning it al- ogethcr. Moscow may call in- lead a smaller conference to iscuss other problems, the ources said. Those who opposed the larger world meeting included Yugo- slavia, Romania, North Korea, lorth Vietnam and the Italian larty. Korea and Vietnam are oo close to China to risk an open hostile posture against Peking. The Sino-Soviet conflict has jeen going from bad to worse. The two Communist giants lave stepped up the propaganda jattle against each other. Mos- cow has been saying that China is no longer a Communisl country under Chairman 'Mao Tse-tung Peking claims that Moscow has long left the path o: genuine Marxist-Leninism Border Talks The four-year Smo Sovie border talks remain adjournec without any progress having been made, according to officia sources The Soviet negotiating mission has stayed in Peking but its chief delegate returne; to Moscow The annual talks on border river navigation which in the past produced some agreemen have also been adjourned with out accord. The Chinese have arrested a number of "Russians recently charging them with spying The Chinese continue to claim that the Soviets are reinforcing their troops and armor along the Chinese border and say some '50 Soviet divisions an now concentrated there wit] rockets and warplanes. Moscow has rejected these charges. Wagon Tips Over Spills Prince LONDON (AP) Prince Philip was thrown to the grounc when a horse-drawn light wag on he was driving overturnec on the grounds of Windsor castle just west of London The 52 year-old pimce, hus band of Queen Elizabeth II, was kicked Monday by one of the four horses. "Nothing was broken, but he was very badly -shaken am said a spokesman al Buckingham palace. Renewal Unit Okays More Housing Units The urban renewal board rec- ommended Wednesday at least 270 additional leased housing units be authorized in Cedar Rapids. The city is now authorized to administer 220 units. Under the leased housing program, per- sons and families who qualify (based on income and size of family) pay a percentage of the rent for 'their residences, up to 20 percent of their gross in- come. The city leases housing units rom landlords, limn .sublets hem to tenants, with the re- mainder of the rent made up by ederal funds from the depart- ment 'of housing and urban de- velopment The city had requested autho- for 180 additional units n January, 1973, but at that ime funds for the program were frozen. Funds Released The funds have recently been released for units nation- vide. There have been some changes in the program, which s now sponsored by 'the federal housing administration "Basically, there is an'. ncreased responsibility between the tenant and the explained Bob Madsbn, assis- tant director of planning and urban development. Under the new guidelines, participating landlords will ne- jotia'te leases directly-with the tenants. The housing program will pay the landlord its share of the rent, but he must collect the tenant's share from the tenant. Responsibilities The landlord will be responsi- ble for upkeep and maintenance and the tenant will be responsi- ble for damages. Now, those matters are the responsibility ol the housing program There -is also, under the new rules, more emphasis on con slruction of new housing units for use in the program Dale Bryant, director ol the program, said there is a demon strated need for at least 365 ad ditiohal units, because tha many people are now on waiting lists for 'currently availabl units. Potential Madson said there poteif tial for constructional: between 69 and 90 new units in the Oak Hill area That includes as many as "5' in a two-block area just east'o the site of proposed housing fo the elderly. l The city council, Before apply ing for authorization for mori units, asked the urban renewa board to determine how man; are needed. The board Wednesday arrive; at the 270 figure as a minimum' based on the }80 units requestet harged in the March 10 murder f two Cedar Rapids teenagers will receive a preliminary hear- ng on murder and rape charges n Jones county April 3 at 9 a.m. It is expected that the hearing vill be closed as was their Linn "ounty hearing Monday on hargcs of murder and robbery with aggravation. Iowa law alls for a closed hearing, if a efendant requests it. Defendants in the cases are ieorge Junior Nowlin, 31, rural ieystone, and Atwell Junior Conner, 29, of near Bertram. Charges They are accused of raping and murdering Maureen Con- oily, 17, southeast of Anamosa md then robbing and murdering in 1973 and an units. addit itional 90 10 YEARS AGO Pierre Sal inger's name was orderei placed on the California ballo for the June Democratic pri mary for U. S. senator! Pick up the phone today ani want ad to to work for yoii Dial 398-823'4. Burmese Report Fighting Against Communist Rebels RANGOON (UPI) The .gov- ernment said Monday 990 per- sons were killed and more than 160 wounded on both sides in fighting last week between gov- ernment forces and rebels in southeast Burma. The fighting took place at three towns -just across the Thai border, about 250 miles north- west of Bangkok, a government communique said. The communique charged the rebels, "based in a country on the other presumably Thailand, attacked Myawadi, Thingan Nyi Nagung and Mepa- lai at dawn on March 17. The fighting continued until March 22. Government losses in the fighting totaled three dead and 44 wounded, while the rebels suffered 87 dead and 125 wounded, the communique said. Deputy Defense Minister Col. Tint Swe visited Myawadi Fri- day, the communique said, am ordered relief measures to as sist villagers in rebuilding thei homes. In a separate communique the government said the arm; is continuing operations ii northeast Burma against Com munist insurgents. There have been 15 clashe between the army and the Com munists -since February, th communique said. No govern ment casualties were contains in the communique, which listei Communist losses as 63 deac Another 80 Communists wer understood to have been wounc ed and carried toward the Sino Burmese border, the commim que said. Light Up Someone's day with Flowers 'PIERSON'S 1800 Ellli Blvd. NW FIOWERPHONE 366.1826 Only one service... our best to all. Cost is entirely a matter of personal choice. John B. Turner Son1 Turner's East, 800 Second Ave. SE Tumor's West, 1221 First Avo. West 'he Cedar Rapids Gatette.- Wed., Mar. 27. 1974 Murder Suspects' Hearing Slated in Jones County ANAMOSA- Two Servey, 18, southeast o! (Continued from Page 1.) or said that, outside of an up- oming appearance by Vice- sresident Ford, he has no plans or outside speakers entering lis re-election campaign. Most of the senators inter- 'iewed gave that policy as the reason they won't invite the 'resident. He's Welcome Many Republicans have ex- iressed fears that Nixon's low standing in public opinion polls could jeopardize many G.O.P. congressmen and senators this November. Most of the GOP. senators declining Nixon's open offer ol campaign help said, however, il would be fine with them i! wanted to make an ap pearance in their states unrelat :d to their campaigns "He can ..come to Kansas any time he said Sen Rob ert Dole "If he wants to campaign in my state, he'll be said New York Sen. Jacob Javits. Javits and Dole said, howev er, they don't plan to ask thi President to -campaign foi them! v Opponents j Richard Schweike (R-Pa.) and Charles-Mathias said they 'double Nixon would want to campaign 'theyrha posed many of his major pro posals. 1 An" Seh. JB6! P a c k w o b d' doesn't plan to ask f6r Nixon' help A'n aide to Sen. Miltqr Young (H-N.D.) a simila: answer: An aide to.Sen Marlow Cook of'Kentucky said he didn't know whether Cook would be interest ed in inviting the President. Senator Edward Giirney (R Fla) declined to be interview ed An aide to Sen Barry Golc water (R-Ariz) said he ha made no statement about possi ble campaign help edar Rapids. Preliminary hearing was set Jones county Wednesday morning by Magistrate Larry onmey, before whom the two ppeared. Attorneys for the two said ley would notify the court if icre was any objection to  aid in Jones county Wednesday here was no objection to the bond set there, on each charge. Father Files Suit James W. Johnson has filed a suit in connection with the March 19, 1973, accident in which his five-year-old son, Jesse, was killed. The boy was run over by the school bus in which he had been riding The accident happened near the Johnson residence on Blairs Ferry road about three miles west of highway 150 The father seeks for loss of society and services and for mental anguish from witnessing the accident. Defendants are'the driver the buss, Richard Lee Svoboda, and the Cedar Rapids Comm- mumty school district. British Suspend Help to Chile LONDON (AP) Britain's Labor government Wednesday suspended aid to Chile's right- wing military junta Foreign Secretary James Cal- laghan said-Britain's, policy will be governed by "a desire to see democracy restored and human rights fully respected in Chile." Don't lose time locating a lost item. Find it fast with a want ad. Dial 398-8234. Volunteers Requested for Final Search for C. R. Boy Volunteers are requested by Public Safety Commissioner James Steinbeck to offer then- help or equipment for a final search Saturday of the Cedar river for the body of a boy missing since a week ago Monday. Anyone interested in helping should report to the central fire station at 9 a.m. Saturday if the weather is good. Steinbeck said boats and searchers are needed to aid' the fire department in a last effort to recover the body of Terry Helms, 12, of 143 Twenty-ninth avenue SW. The youth fell from a rope tied to the First avenue bridge railing. Helms and a com- panion were searching for young pigeons to capture. The fire department and the Linn sheriff's department had earlier searched the river. When the weather turned colder oven the weekend the fire department suspended the search. The sheriff's department personnel were assigned, to search i elsewhere .in the Cedar river for a murder weapon. The effort planned for Sat- urday will be postponed if the weather is harsh, Steinbeck said. The fire department would like to limit the searchers to 25 small boats with low horse- power motors. Interested per- sons should telephone the fire department at 398-5059 before 5 p.m. Friday. Since 1909 flowers for all occasions JOHN E. LAPES Convenienl downtown location 303 3rd Ave. SE 365-0511 We nSfar only the Sinuat in Service Facilities Knowledge The Fnmillvn Have Served BAXTER MEMORIAL CHAPELS MARION: 377-1538 3 blocks north of Library MTV VERNON: 895-8008 Block west of Post Office   

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