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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - April 13, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Eight from Congress Going In for Karate WASHINGTON (AP) Sena- tor Quentin Burdick, a 65-year- jold North Dakota Democrat, approaches his karate instruc- tor, lets out a screaming Yahhhh" and smoothly deliv- ers a jumping sidekick that cleanly splits two one inch boards. Burdick, who wears the tra- ditional tobok or exercise clothes during the karate ses- sion, is one of eight congress members who take lessons to- gether. The idea was the brainchild of Sen. Milton Young, 76-year old North Dakota Republican who was able duririg the las Snow is expected Saturday night in the middle Plains area, while showers and rain are expected from the Gulf Coast northeastward into Tennessee and the middle Atlantic states, as well as in portions of the Northeast. Normal for April Normal through April The Weather Hioh temperatures Friday, low temp, cratures cverniqnt and inches of precipi- tation: Anchorage .42 34 L. Anqetes 78 57 Atlanta ...72 60 .34 Miami ....8277 Bismarck .36 32 Min'apolis 40 41 .3i Chicago ...7251.20 N.Orleans 7a .67 Denver ...6033.60 New York 6252.01 OulUlh ....3833.19 Phoenix ..8764 Honolulu .8673 Seattle ..5539 Houston ..8171 Wash'gton 7558.04 Extended Forecast Fair Monday and Tuesday. Chance of showers Wednesday. Cool Mon- day, with highs in 40s and low 50s, and lows in the upper 20s to middle 30s. Warmer Tuesday and Wednesday, with highs in the middle 50s to lower 60s. Lows in 30s to lower 40s. C. R. Weather High Friday GO Low overnight 46 Noon Saturday 53 2 p.m. Saturday 56 Rainfall ...................none Total for April 1.77 2.79 7.81 Total for 1974.............. 7.22 Barometer, falling.........29.83 Humidity at noon ........60% Wind direction and velocity at Gazette weather station at 2 p. m., calm. Sun rises Sunday, sun sets, Year Ago Today High, 51; low, 30; rainfall, none. Traveler's Forecast Sunday Weather, Hi-Lo Bismarck .......PtCldy 46-31 Chicago .......Showers 58-38 Cincinnati ...___Cloudy 72-45 Cleveland .......Tshwrs 66-42 DCS Moines .....Cloudy 58-39 Detroit.........Cloudy 63-40 Indianapolis .Showers 71-42 Kansas City ...Showers 03-40 Milwaukee ....Showers 45-3 meei m me Waconj sv downtown Washington studio of i Jhoon Rhee, head of the Tac street 'iead to trouble." The letter w would! 'he house group, which is prob- thc possibility of impeach- ment of President Nixon, and it a ,uhnopm P DEATHS Mrs. Clayton Hazlett Lela E. Hazlett, 65, of 1522 Six teenth avenue SE, wife of Clay ton Hazlett, died Friday follov ing a long illness. Born July 7, 1908, in.Lincoln 111., she had lived in Ceda Rapids since childhood. She wa married to Mr. Hazlett Oct. 17 1962, in Cedar Rapids and was member of St. James United Methodist church. Surviving besides her husban are a daughter, Evelyn Norris Hiawatha; a son, Donald Roul son, Marion; four grand children; three grea grandchildren; a sister, Ad Clark, Colorado Springs; thre stepchildren, Diane Boilings worth and Delores Glenaman Cedar Rapids, and Paul Doug las, at home. Services: Turner chapel wes at p.m. Monday by th Rev. Stephen Root of St. Jame United Methodist church. Burial Linwood. Friends may call a Turner west until 1 p.m. Mon day. The casket will not opened after the service. Mrs. James Crago Edith M. Crago, 84, widow o James Crago and a Ceda riapids resident for many year )efore moving to Glendale Jalif., died Thursday at thi lome of her son-in-law am daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Vor Blessing, Woodland Hills, Calif. Services will be Monday at E a.m. at Forest Lawn, Hollywoot -fills. Burial will be there. Arm chair shoppers love the convenience of want ad shop- ping. Three Navy Men Slain MANILA (AP) Three U. S navy officers were shot to death by unidentified assailants Satur day while driving along boundary road of the American Subic Bay naval base. They were inspecting the new road around the base, 55 miles northwest of here. Names of the officers were withheld pending notification o next of, kin. They were assigned to construction units at the base. A Seabee team working on the road was evacuated after the shooting. (Continued from Page 1.) first time in eight years that il has happened. Patriarch Demetrios said the coincidence offers "a sign and a reminder" that the resurrectec Lord "is one, that His body the church is one, that the Christian Easter is one." That unity, he said, should supersede the differences in dat- ing. He termed the differences "a result of our sins, our weak faith and vision" by which "we j have divided Christ. The Neighbors By George Clark WITH EASTER IS... 40U seTHOOKEP ON ffEUW Kwon Do school. Sparring Matches prepared response 10 a request for Mark L. Keller, 18, of 1132 hnii-sp HiHiriarv mm I avenue NW, was in good Cotton said the senators who lion at St. Luke's with RenubhcL Tfcsdlv Tuesday with Burch felt the The twice-a-wcek sessions be-1 cuts and possible head injuries, j presidential assistant Dean iflrst lcttcr "dldn't lndlcaie gin with the "daily dozen" Police said his bicycle struck! Bureh Cofton lold ,.CDOrtcrs i clearly enough that it was the stretching exercises, then go the cf a pickup truck j ld b JL President's intention to furnish into the basic punching and parked in front of 1117 committee with all relevant kicking moves and endI with street NW about 6 n.m. Fridav l-1LnmLm- was ILc materials." sparring matches between students. On special occasions, each congress member breaks the inch-thick boards with his feet, the theatrical show usually ex- street NW about 6 p.m. Friday, the Tlle was reportedly hibited on television during karate demonstrations. Each congressional student can break two one-inch boards while Ichord has reached the advanced stage of kicking in three boards that are held to- gether. "They're no different from my regular said Rhee, "except that they are more intelligent. They pick up things much faster." "Great Sport" Bui-dick has been in the pro- gram about a year. "It's a good he said. "It's a great sport and it gives you some of the rudi- ments of self defense." Stevens also sees karate as a physical conditioner. "Milt Young is sort of the patron said Stevens. "He said I would enjoy it and I have. I've always been against just jumping up and down to keep in shape. And I can do this in a hotel room when I'm on a speaking engagement." Symington also enjoys the karate. thrown off his bicycle into thc'Coe, Cornell Get rear of the pickup and Ihen' onto the ground. An accident at Eighth avenue and Tenth street SE around 2 a.m. Saturday caused minor in- juries to two persons. Allison Marie Scott, 20, cf 390 Sixteenth street SE, and Michaeljferred gifts officer training pro- "We felt that wouldn't suffice. We felt it would be taken as a P. brushoff by the committee and UGterred GiTtsjwould lead to cx- j. plained Cotton, chairman of the hundinCj senate Republican conference. n I, 11 i He said Nixon hadn't seen the Coe and Cornell colleges becausc hc was enroute been chosen to participate in from France at the lime. Hill Family Foundation's M. Farr, 20, of 705 Fifth avenue SE, were treated at Mercy hos- pital and released. Police said Miss Scott's car, headed east, collided with one headed south driven by Frank Lnenicka, 24, of lOUte Tentl street SW, in the intersection a Eighth avenue and Tenth stree' SE. Farr was a passenger in the Lnenicka car. No charges were filed. "Jury Foreman Not Citizen" Chapin Lawyer WASHINGTON (AP) Former While House aide Dwight Chapin is seeking to have his perjury conviction se aside on grounds that include an assertion that a grand jury fore man was not an American citi- zen. Attorney Jacob Stein filed mo- ,L Itions Friday asking U. S. dis We wouldn t use it to fend Mrt nrrW an off lie said. "We do it for good, clean exercise. I don't intend to stop. I Intend to progress. It keeps the blood moving and the head clear." Saudi Denied WASHINGTON (AP) _ Late reporting of import figures gave an erroneous impression that Saudi Arabia leaked oil to this country during the recent em >argo, the Federal Energy Of 'ice says. John Wilhelm, director of the FEO office of producer country affairs and emergency supply old a reporter Friday that a check of import documents showed shipments of Saudi Ara )ian oil which appeared on com- merce department import lists "or January and February actu ally arrived in the U. S. during November. And he said the oil had been oaded on tankers in the Persian iulf before the five-month em- bargo began Oct. 16. Wilhelm said there have been of oil leaks to the U.S. rom Iraq and Libya during the embargo but the leaks were nol major. Two Charged After Alleged Larceny One man has been charged vith larceny and another with arceny and possession of a con- rolled substance following an ncident at K mart West shop- ping center, 2727 Sixteenth ave- nue SW. Jeffrey C. Klatt, 20, of 01- umwa, was charged with lar- 'eny and possession of a con- rolled substance believed to be narijuana. He posted bond md was released. Dennis F. Baer, 26, of rural ilarshalltown, posted bond n the larceny charge and was cleased. The two were arrested Friday iternoon after they allegedly ried to leave the K mart store vith miscellaneous merchan- dise valued at Bound for Egypt NORFOLK, Va. (AP) Elc- icnts of a Norfolk-based navy nit that will help clear the Suez anal are on the way to Egypt, 10 Atlantic fleet command has nnounced. 30 YEARS AGO War Mobili- a t i o n Director James F. yi'nes proposed federal unem- loymcnt benefits supplemen- ary lo state benefits for 'orkcrs who lost tlieir jobs rhcn warboomcd industrial ac- ivities slackened. trict court to order an acquitta or a new trial for Chapin, con- victed April 5 of lying to a Wa- tergate grand jury concerning his knowledge of the activities of political saboteur Donald Se- gretti. Stem argued that the govern- ment had failed to prove thai the foreman was a citizen anc thus legally empowered to ad- minister an oath to Chap-in. Lawyers from the special Wa- tergate prosecutor's office saic during the trial that they hac been told the foreman was naturalized citizen and that thej were trying to confirm it. Stein also, asserted there was insufficient evidence to sustain the verdict and the governmenl had presented dence. prejudicial evi- 30 Churchgoers Killed in Crash SAN JERONIMO, Mexico (AP) A truck carrying pil- grims back from a Holy Week service at a village church crashed down a 22-foot ravine Friday night, killing up to 30 persons and injuring 80. Quiet Key Biscayne Weekend for Nixon KEY BISCAYNE, Fla. President Nixon is at his bay- side home here for a quiet Easter weekend. Aides said they could cite no urgent business needing his attention and ex- Dected no official visitors. During Nixon's afternoon ilight to Florida Friday, Press Secretary Ronald Ziegler fold newsmen aboard Air Force One :hat his boss would not be de- moting much time to his prom- ised response to a house judi- ciary committee subpoena for additional presidential tapes and documents. This question is )eing handled by aides in Wash- ington, he said. Asked if Nixon might not con- sider his strategy in dealing vith the subpoena, Ziegler said he President already has decid- ed on his strategy. He apparent- y referred to Thursday's White House announcement that Nixon vould provide some unspecified additional materials for the wuse inquiry during the week of May 21. 30 YEARS AGO Naval of- icials reported that a new anti- ousc powder known as DDT lad been developed by the navy's medical branch. WEDDING FLOWERS for Beauty from Your FTD Florisi 1800 Ellis Blvd. NW Flowcrplione gram. Each college will receive per year for two years to support start-up costs for a full- time deferred gifts specialist. Coe and Cornell were among 20 colleges chosen. Forty-seven private liberal arts colleges ap- plied. Applicants were judged by the foundation staff, advisory committee, and consultants with expertise in deferred giving. Charles M. Cochran, acting Cornell president, said "This grant will provide for an ex- panded program in estate plan- ning and deferred gifts." Coe President Leo L. Nuss- baum said "The development committee of the Coe trustees has authorized the development of a comprehensive deferred gifts program. The grant from the Hill Family Foundation will allow us to implement this plan quickly and effectively." Other Iowa colleges receiving grants are Central in Pella, Drake in Des Moines and Luther in Decorah. Fee Schedule Adjusted On Canceled Courses AMES (AP) The state board of regents has adjusted the fee scheduled for canceled courses at the University of Iowa to discourage students from signing up for courses and then dropping them. The board approved a U. of I. proposal Friday which will re- duce the time during which re- funds will be made for dropped courses from eight weeks to three weeks. U. of I. President Willard Boyd said courses frequently appear to be filled at the time of registration only to shrink with- in the first few weeks of class as students drop them. He said the cancellations are costly to the university and an inconvenience to both students and faculty. Tornado Kills 28 DACCA, Bangladesh (AP) A tornado Friday battered Bogra, 170 miles north of here, killing at least 28 persons and injuring 75. BURLINGTON (AP) A traffic accident on Iowa 99 about seven miles north of here Friday night left three persons dead. The victims represented three generations of the same family. Dead are Donna Zippe, 27, and her mother, Dorothy Sut- cliffe, 46, both of Oakville, and Mrs. Zippe's grandmother, Zella Brown, 78, Muscatine. They were riding in a car driven by Mrs. Zippe, whose 18- month-old daughter, Gina, was injured. The highway patrol said a car driven by Stuart Pfeiff, 17, West Burlington, sideswiped a pickup truck driven by Michael Ber- gen, 28, Mediapolis, then hit the Zipps car head-on. Bergen was not injured. Pfeiff was taken to a hospital for treatment of injuries. A passen- ger in his car, John Schuff, 18, West Burlington, was treated and released. Mystery Sphere Found by Family JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) The navy admits that it is mys- tified by a metal sphere found by a local family. "There's certainly something odd about CPO Chris Ber- ninger said Friday after initial tests at identifying the 25-pound object that family say the Antoine Betz appeared outside their home recently. "We're going to use a more powerful machine on it and also run spectograph tests to deter- mine what metal it's made Berninger said. According to the family and newsmen, the ball moves stran- [ely, apparently of its own voli- tion, and throbs as if a motor ivere running inside. The sphere, slightly smaller :han a bowling ball, appears to be of stainless steel. CHARLES TEMPLEMAN BROWN A RAILWAY FIREMAN Of GLASGOW SCOTLAND, KILLED ANNE WITHERS ON DECEMBER 10 1946, WAS CONVICTED ON DECEMBER. 10, 1947, ,4ND AFTER SERVING 10 YEARS IN .'PRISON, WAS HIMSELF KILLED IN A CAR CRASH OH DECEMBER 10.360 OF MYCENAE, Greece, BUILT BV KIMS ORESTES WORE THAW YEARS AGO, ARE STILL STANDING AND JHEORteMfiL CEMENT !S STILL WATERPROOF- AFTER 30 'MO- USED IN THE GMDS ISLANDS IN THE PACIFIC, AREMflbE OF IVORY For 61 years flowers for all occasions JOIBN E. LAPES Convcnfenf downtown location 308 Third Avenue S.E. 365-0511