Cedar Rapids Gazette, May 14, 1974, Page 5

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - May 14, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Mrs. O. H. Tousey Mrs. Walter A. Morris iO yd wt AIW OIOCASI Rain is expected Tuesday night in the Pacific Northwest and from the middle Gulf coast northeastward throughout the Ohio-Tennessee valley and into the vicinity of the Great Lakes, as well as in the upper New England states. Clear to partly cloudy else- where. The Weather Hifih temperatures Monday, low tern- neraturps overnigtil and inches o( pre- cipitation: Anchorage 1141.. L. 7040.. Atlanta 81 57 Miami 81 78 Bilmarck SS 35 .13 Mln'apolis 4513.31 Chicago 45 47 .M N.Orleans B5A5.. ....7U7 New York (552.. Dululh .....-IB 34 .44 Phoenix ...9465 Honolulu .MMM Seattle ..5544.07 Hotiiton ...7274 Washington 7251 Extended forecast Partly cloudy and warmer Thursday. Chance of rain Friday and Sat- urday. Highs upper 70s Thurs- day cooling to the 60s Saturday. Lows mostly in the 50s. C. R. Weather Magistrate's Court Speeding; Eldon Bcmer, 3635 Ml. Vornon r o a (1 Ruth Edgerly, Central City; Goorse HiOl C avenue NE; T Carol Momssey, 3701 Bever avenue SE; Janet Kvach, Hiawatha; Martin Smith, 61414 C avenue NW; Mary Roe, 1821 Bever avenue SE; Andy Holmes, 818 A avenue NW; Andrew Almsted, 1420 Oakland road NE; Michael Ycager, 1922 First avenue NE; Mary Shan- nahan, 1846 B avenue NE; each rined and costs. Edward Hplliday, 519 McKinley street SE; fined and costs. John Hieh Mondav .......621Koning, Davenport; Janet Sch- 6 J oo cw Low overnight Noon Tuesday ................61 2 p.m.........................63 Precipitation ...............1.07 Total for May ..............3.90 Normal for May ............3.59 Normal through May ......11.40 Total for 1974 ..............14.92 Barometer, steady Humidity at noon..........8C Wind direction and velocity'at Gazette weather station at 2 p.m., W at 20 mph. Sun rises Wednesday, sun sets, Year Ago today High, 59; low, 41; rainfall, trace. Traveler's Forecast Wednesday Bismarck Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Des Moines Detroit Indianapolis Kansas City Milwaukee Weather, Hi-Lo PtCldy 52-33 ...Shwrs 59-43 ..PtCldy 73-53 PtCldy 72-53 PtCldy 65-45 .Shwrs 67-46 ...Tshwrs 70-47 PtCldy 68-45 ..PtCldy 56-39 Mpls.-St. Paul ..PtCldy 55-34 Omaha PlCldy 67-44 SL Louis Clrng 70-4o Sioux Falls PtCldy 56-35 Degree Days Monday '6 Total to date Through May 13, 1973 Percent of normal year. .102.11 Total normal year Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in brackets) LaCrosse (12) 7.2, rise .1 Lansing (18) 9.1, rise .2 Dam 9 (18) 17.5, rise .2 McGregor (18) 9.7, rise .2 Guttcnberg (15) 8.7, rise .6 Dubuque (17) 10.9, rise .5 Davenport (15) 9.5, fall .1 Keokuk (16) 9.3. no change Cedar at C.R. (13) 6.45, rise 1.33. Coralville Lake Pool level Tuesday ...674.83 Licenses Mary Fangman and Dale Scbeckcl, Susan Dykhuix.cn and Dimny Boyle; Ann Wethwill and Richard Rilcy, jr., all of Cedar Rapids. Geraldene King, Hiawatha, and Daniel Shulgin, Cedar Rapids. Mary Howe, Marion, and David Taylor, Cedar Rapids. Thclma Mixncr and John Haasc, both of Stan- wood. Janis Ask, Cedar'Rapids, and Ronald Tower, Wrethan, Mass. Births St. Luke's May 13 To lhe families of Marvin Hnuscr, Walford, a son; Michael ElIhiRSon, son, jVIay 13 Mr. and Mrs. P r a I cl Lipshis, 334S Circle drive NE, a son: Out of Town Births Al Davr.npnrl Mr. and iMrs. Duanr Sdiaefhaucr, a daughter born Ma Mater- nal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs Tom Gorsuch, A av iiuc NW. Marriages Dissolved Hetty Ann'and Wendell Ncu- haupr.'Shelly M. and Rodney N. Spalli. Roxann II. and Larry L. IJulid. Nancy Ann and Ronald II rtiiKKC''. Richard T. and Bar- Ivir.-i Ann McKinncy. Louise Ann and Owen Leroy Berry. Fires H--I3 p.m. Monday. Accldenlal iliirin 222 Second iivrinip HK. Voz p.m. Monday. Slunil by "I 21147 North Tnwni' fl'2'l a.m. Tuesday. Cuttlni! Inriili hiMiIiillnii at First nvc- niic' iind Thii'licth si reel ilrlvi. SK in-ilV. a.m. Tucsdiiy. Ovrr- lic'iti'il wiishlHH machine, al Yellow NK' lemmer, 83 Allview drive SW Bruce Whiting, 1026 Twelfth street NE; Richard Talcott Iowa City; Paul Erickson, 2857 Thirteenth avenue SE; John Mitchell, Oak Park; Douglas Randall, Mt.N Vernon; Rober Walz, Neligh, Neb.; Tyrone Williams, Qi'land, Calif.; Elsie Patterson, 5701 Colorado driv SW; Robert Douglas, 58 Devon- wood avenue SW; Allan Raw- son, Palo; Kerry Lawrence 1739 C avenue NW; Waytv Roberts, Shellsburg; John Banes, Fairfax; each lined and costs. Failure to stop Freide Hanson, 1325 Burch avenue NW; fined and costs. Traffic signal violation Carol Struck, Hiawatha; fined and costs. Gerald Wadding ton, 1031 'Tenth avenue SE fined and costs. Michae Osmanski, 917 Twenly-eightl street SE; Douglas Gerbcr route two, Cedar Rapids: Johr Cavalier, Center Point; David Weber, 1532% First avenue NE; each fined and costs Donald Hoffner, 218 Nintl street NW; fined and costs. Fanlty equipment .larne Payton, 1828 Western drivi SW; Ricky Calvin, Winfield Terry Kelly, 1249 Third aventi' SE; each fined and costs. Driver's license violation Terry Stillions, 2415 Seven- :eenth avenue, Marion; Finec S50 and costs. Alfred Randolph Vlarshalllown; Patrick Tusing 521 Third avenue SW; Allai Palo; each fined and costs. Harold Walton 1007 M. Thirtieth Street NE ined and costs. Improper turn Amy Me Ca.rthy, 1451 Twenly-fifU street SE; fined and costs. Resisting an officer Al thur Williams, Anamosa; finei and costs. Vehicle control violation Patrick Tusing, 521 Third ave iue SW; fined and costs. Drinking beer on street Judy Christiansen, 626 Fourtl avenue .SW; fined am costs. Damage to vehicle Ken ncth Cm-ran, 187 D street NW fined and costs. Striking (Unattended vehicl James Dolan, 3710 Brim crest, Cedar Rapids; fined and c'osts. Virginia Klapp Tousey, 58, of rillfi Parkview court SB, wife of 0. II. Tousey, died Tuesday morning after a brief illness. She was barn May 8, 191'i, al Kvanston, 111., and was married lo 0. II. Tousey Jan. 14. 1955, at Glenview, III. Surviving in addition to her husband arc two daughters, Mrs. Neil Maffeo, Woodland Hills, Calif., anil Mrs Henry tojas, Palatine, 111.; three sons, I'imothy .1. Siekinger, Daricn, >mn., Michael 0. Tousey, rtason City, and Timothy Tou- ey, Cedar Rapids; len grand- children; her mother, Mrs. T. ay Klapp, Kvanston, 111.; and a brother, J. M. Klapp, Kcoltsdalc, Ariz. Services; Turner chapel east it a.m. Thursday by Dr. lolm Woods. There will be a cremation. Friends may regis- er at Turner east. The casket vill not be opened al any lime. The family suggests that friends nay, if they wish, contribute to he American Cancer Society. John C. White C.R. Trials Charged with Theft of Cable Mary K. Morris, 80. of 861 j Three Cedar Rapids men have Oakland road NK, died Tuesday'been charged with larceny fol- following a sudden illness. their arrest by a Linn deputy who saw a spool of cable in the trunk of Ibc car they were in early Tuesday. They are Herbert A. Keickcrt, (Continued from Page 1.) Sept. 15, 1972, were given to the committee by the White House. Haste Charged Columnist Jack Anderson said Tuesday that because of "staff Mrs. Morris was a member and 1 :ary committee members are being denied lhe means of hear- April 23, 1894, at Cummings, NO., she was married to Walter A Morris Nov. 10, 1919, at Ilillsboro. N D. She was a Cedar Rapids resident most of 1626 Fourth street NW; JDon D. Mull, 19, of 1516 Fourth her life. Ihe Mexican Border Veteransof 107 Fourth avenue SW. hf Cedar Rapids Gazette: Tues., May '1974' 3 Reporf Ervin Re-Thinking Committee Findings Delay daughter, F.dilh L. Kirho, Bills- hack, Germany; Iwo sons, ans of World war I auxiliary; and the National Assn. of He- tired Veteran Railway Employes I ho deputy reported he sawjj ,nc fossible version of the cable while following the on highway 49 south of for imp6achmcnt in- D'jniHo Plin hH Rapids. The trunk lid could be closed because of the spool! .Surviving are her husband; ajsize. Other construction itemsi were found in the trunk the car was stopped. In his weekly radio show, An- derson said the staff so far has Alfred R. and John D. Authoritjes (Continued from Page 1.) (her cities, singing, honking orns and cheering. There was ome violence. Leftist and right st youths battled with iron bars incl sticks in Naples and nearby lalerno, and six persons wen njured. Leftists in 'Milan se ire to the office of a right-win] abor union. In Bergamo, whicl 'oted for repeal of divorce, left sts stoned the building of lalholic newspaper. Interior Minister Paolo Emilio faviani announced that 88.1 per- cent of the electorate voted. The 'inal count was or J9.1 percent, in favor of divorce and or 40.9 percent against. Enrico Berlinguer, secretary of the Kalian Communist party, tailed the outcome as "a grand ictory of liberty, reason and right." Vatican radio said the out- come of the referendum would not alter the Church's stand on divorce. "The indissolubility of mar- riage and the stability of the family are and remain an un- questionable'ethical f, it said. "The Church will never grow tired of repeating this. It is as much her duty today as it was yesterday." The law's first divorce legisla- tion in more than a century, per- mits divorce after a separation of five years, sentencing of a spouse to prison for more than 15 years and conviction of a sex crime or of murder of a member of the family. Since the law was enacted, only 'about 70.000 divorces have been grant- ed. John Charles While, 45, of 2528 N avenue NW, died Mon- day following a brief illness. Born June 14, 1928, in Cedar Rapids, he was married to the former Mary Ellen Barker June 15, 1949, in Cedar Rapids. He was employed by the LcFebure Corp. as supervisor of traffic. Mr. White was a member of St. Jude church, Elks and Vet- erans of Public Safety. He is survived 'by his wife, three sons, Terry A., Prior, Okla., John Michael and James gj Patrick, both of Cedar Rapids; both of Cedar Rapids; Iwo brothers, Val Cedar Rapids, and William North Dakota; and 10 grand- children. Services: a.m. Thursday at 1 m m a c u I a te Conception church. Entombment: Chapel of Memories mausoleum. Rosary will be recited al the Cedar Me- morial funeral home at 7 p.m. Wednesday. Friends may call alter 1 p.m. Memorial Services !ignored advice from II. Leslie 'Cramer, a Harvard speech ex called to consult with the were stolen from a Riley on the whilc ilousc struction Co. site at the junction i (a of, highways 149 and 6 at Home- apes. recommendation stead. The larceny ,hc commiuce ulilizc were filed in Iowa county. Fcickcrl was charged in Linn county with driving while his iccnse was under suspension. (Continued from Page I.) si and on his challenge to the statute. As a result of Carter's ruling, Iowa Deaths Decorah Stephen Frana, 48. Wednesday at St. Bene- dict's Catholic church. Burial: St. Wenceslaus cemetery, Spill- 'ille. Rosary: Tuesday at 8, Ol- son-Fjelstuht's. Cleo C. Crew, 85, Denver, Colo. Thursday at 2, Brash chapel, Cedar Rapids. Burial: Jordan's Grove, Wati- bcck. Visitation after 5 Wednesday. Mrs. George (Margrctla) Meyer. 71. Thurs- day at 2, United Presbyterian church. Jones'. W 1 I I, i H m s Harriet Parry, 97. Wednesday at 2, Jones'. Monticello Henry Andrce- sen. 75. Wednesday al. Wayne Xion Lutheran church. Goellsch's. Iowa Oily Dr. Daviil .1. Bates, 27, New Haven, Conn. Wednesday al 9 at St. Wen- ceslaus church. Rosary at Tuesday at Donohue's, where friends may call after 7 Tues- day. 20 YKAliS AGO Russia pro posed' Ihat any solllemcnl of Ihe Indo-Ch'ma conflict be carried mil under supervision of a neu- tral nation's supervisory coin Landfill Commission Referred to Faches Linn supervisors Tuesday re- ferred to the county attorney for cooperation and coordination request from lhe Linn County Municipalities Assn. that the su- pervisors establish a county solid waste commission. The county's sanitary landfill now is operated by the county department of health. The request for a county solid waste commission follows deci- sion by Ihe association to seek a greater voice in lhe planning. 11. asks thai lhe commission be composed of a represent alive from each of the 17 cities in lhe county, one from Marion town- ship and one from lhe super- visors, with each rcprcsenl alive having one vole. M tin' Itii n'ttrtl Itt write, Artv it with tliiiiv PIERSON'S IN HI.US NW Meeting Slated On Use of Linn Federal Funds Linn supervisors will meet next Tuesday al p.m. lo discuss expenditure of fcdera general revenue sharing funds :or Ihe year beginning July I and lo listen lo interested cili ;ens concerning spending lhc funds. Supervisors said Tuesday Iliej ixpccl to receive foi Ihe period. The county has rcccivra from 'Hie program since II began. The meeting Tuesday also wil deal wilh changes in plans foi spending some of lhe funds al ready nllocalcd. our daughters, Mrs. vi iKKuiit v ci iiit i u. ou a.m. Wednesday in the a uiuuc iiiuu duu hat the case will be reviewed Voclkel, Godfrey, 111., Julie funeral home by the Rev. William P. Leonard. Burial: probably sent lo the county Sue Ellen, Tammy R., and attorney's office for Annelta all at home and mother. Mrs. Allen C. While, Cedar Rapids; a brother, Robert, Portland, Ore.; and Department jrandchildren. Mass of the Resurrection )e celebrated Thursday at a.m. in SI. Jude church by Bill department which were Rev. Richard Amenl. new set of physical in February. Ml. Calvary. The wake f o r will be held Wednesday al was adopted new tests consist of: ).m. and St. Martha's the Fire Pension knee sit-ups As many circle will recite the Rosary tesls will be possible in 60 seconds. 8 p.m. in the Stewart al city strength measure i o m e Friends may new set of hand is tested for strength Wednesday from 2 to 9 p.m. height standards a time limit. may contribute to the been questioned on bag run Applican 'iind if they Previously carry 125-pound sand bag 8 inches was the Clement for ana down tnree steps anc then run an obstacle course Clement Farnsworth, 75, second part of the lest is merly of 2802 Johnson four members of NW, died Tuesday morning following a long illnsss. Born Nov. 30, 1898, in Maquokela, she fire board who attended Monday's meeting votec unanimously to adopt the Bend, twists, touch Applicant must repeat a series ol movements in a confined space been a resident of Cedar action came three often as possible in 30 sec- for 40 the deadline sel by There are no immediate for giving the lesl, As many limes as to Fire Chief Edsel without stopping. Services: Turner chapel run Applicant runs at noon Thursday by the Iowa law, the fire yards and reverses direction Carrie Deason. Burial: Esgate cemetery at M'aquoketa. Friends mav call at is required to give the lest once every 12 covering 500 yards. Timed. Coupling tesl. Designed to dexterity. set of tests is tests have been in Dr. Frank Verducci, a physical education professor by fire departments in San Francisco and Pittsburgh Taken from Slate university, have been upheld by the A 15-year-old youth courts of both Califor- charged Monday wilh the Verdticci's lesls were and Pennsylvania, McMick- in al the Lois V. Swanson lo lhe board by said. dence. 700 'Thirty-fourth who was assigned NE, in which in of developing new YEARS AGO France was were taken from a for the fire and to have asked the U.S. The youth was arrested direct high-level talks in an he was seen in the coordinator of to determine what this borhood between and intramural activities for was willing to do about p.m, Monday, when the Rapids public schools, in the Indo-China a new sel of lesls for the i City Reviews Drainage at By Mike strengths, as well as 'of the one initially pro City councilmcn Skogman with about square representatives of Joyce, project of leasable retail arca could be located on the 66 acres man Development Corp. Halm-Newman, then are already zoned commcr nearly two hours Tuesday system of ponds and lhe company's plans for lo provide oil-site said Ihe additional land is and drainage control al lhc proposed Wesldnlc shopping center. Sixly-six acres have and channel it through an existing culvert under Edge-wood road to provide a more ap pealing cenler and help solve drainage and traffic problems. zoned lo permit construction ofj lhe Plan maKos use o. Ihe center al. the intersection arca lhc Edgewood road and highway 14! SW. Pending before Ihe The parking space will onl> be needed al three peak periods during the year participating in the dis cussion were City Engineer Joi Jantla. Public Services Direcloi is a request lo rcxone an and just before Jensen, Traffic Engineei tional 22 acres lo be included he Meyer and attorney Pa: i member of lhc hoard o Roy Skogman, presidcul of Taxpayers for Sen- Midwest Development drainage plan is Planning, lhc contract purchaser of handle Ihe runoff from opposes the addilional acreage, said lhc center, as well as acres will provide belter drain- 'rram a one-acre did not indicate age and betlcr traffic area north of lhc site, they will vote on the I'oml a 25-year frequency request Wednesday 01 "Drainage is one of our said a center aclion for another week sophisticated electronic equip merit which "would make much of what is inaudible audible am what is unintelligible intelligi Anderson said. At the White House on Mon day, Caspar Weinberger, secre lary of Health, Education anc Welfare, told newsmen that thi President has assured him isn't any chance" he would resign. In other Watergate develop- ments; Judge John Sirica took under advisement a dispute over whether the White House must give special Watergate prosecu- tor Leon Jaworski tapes of 64 conversations he has sought as vidence for the cover-up trial. The While House has said Ja- rarski has all the evidence he iceds. Senate Watergate committee ources said the committee has .ubpoenaed the President's two irothers for interrogation aboul i .campaign payment made four years ago by billion- aire Howard Hughes. A lawyer for consumer ac- :ivist Ralph Nader said he may ask a judge to order govern- ment lawyers to sue Nixon for damages if it is proven that Nixon took a bribe from dairy- men in 1971. An assistant to Jaworski f his authority, (he New York Times said Tuesday. I n a Washinglon-datelined Jory quoting "highly reliable" sources, the Times said Nixon's etter was sent to Judge Ger- hard Gescll two weeks ago. The newspaper quoted a source with access to the exact vording of the letter as saying Nixon had in effect written that t was his intention that the ullest constitutional authority and the law be used in the ilumbers investigation of Ells- ierg, a former defense depart- ment official. Gescll is the presiding judge n the trial of former White House aides John Ehrlichman, Charles Colson, and four other men indicted for conspiracy in the September, 1971 breakin at the Los Angeles psychiatrist's office. Defense attorneys have ar- gued that the breakin was car- ried out because the plumbers believed they were legitimately protecting national security. nied that he made threats or of- fered leniency to California Lt. Gov. Ed Heinecke in connection with perjury charges againsl Two Versions Of Conversation In Transcripts WASHINGTON (AP) The edited White House Watergate transcripts contain two versions of a portion of the same presi- dential conversation, with sub- s I a n I i a 1 differences in key words and phrases, lhe Wash- ington Post reported Tuesday. The Post said the White House acknowledged that three pages of the published Iranscripts con- lain two separate versions the same tape-recorded conver- sation April 16, 1973, between President Nixon and Assistant Attorney General Henry Peter- in. Differences between lhe two. versions apparently demon- strate the technical difficulties faced by the White House in at- tempting to transcribe the tapes .ccurate'ly. The contrasting words and phrases which occur al corre- iponding points in the two dif- 'erent versions include: "President" in one version, for 61 years flowers for all occasions! John E. Lapes 308 3rd Ave. SE 365-0511 Convenient downtown location 0 tell someone you care wilh flowers Florist and Gift Shop 364-8139 nmworen1 hour! nvory oViy Chairman Ervin (D-N.C.) is reported by a high-level senate Watergate committee source to be "re-thinking" his stalemenl that the panel's report shoulc be delayed until impeachment proceedings against Nixon are completed. The source said Ervin is be- ing advised that if the commit- :ee decides to delay its report until after the house voles or until afler a possible senate rial, the pressure for further delay will still exist and may ie even greater. That is because it is feared .he report might influence the ;rials of the seven defendants in the Watergate cover-up case. Those trials are scheduled to begin 'no earlier than Septem- ber. A house report that mil- ,ion in federal funds has been spent in connection with Pres- ident Nixon's homes was ap- proved by the house govern- in e n I operations committee Tuesday. The vote was 36-0. The report recommends that govern- ment agencies take action to re- cover any "improper expendi- tures.." It also recommends that permanent security systems .be limited to only one of a Pres- ident's private homes in Ihe fu- ture. Democratic National Chair. man Robert Strauss told report- ers Tuesday, "This terrible hue and cry from Republicans for the resignation of the President comes from men who kre run- ning for office and trying to put some distance between them- selves and the President." "press" in the other. "Gray" (former FBI Director L. Patrick Gray) and "they." "bah" and "act." "Stick" in one version, "still" in the other. While the first version of the conversation segment contains "inaudible" 21 times, the second makes the same reference 12 times. Both the house judiciary com- mittee and Watergate special >rosecutor Leon Jaworski have subpoenaed the original tape of his conversation, but the White louse has refused to turn it over. Deputy White House Press Secretary Gerald Warren con- 'irmed the two versions were of ;he same conversation. The newspaper said lhe dis- crepancy apparently occurred Because at least a portion of the Nixon- Petersen conversation was transcribed by two different typists and the two versions were then mistakenly included together in preparing the over- all set of transcripts. Nixon Letter Backs Aides on Ellsberg Case NEW YORK (AP) Pres- ident Nixon says in a Idler lo a federal judge that lhe While House plumbers unit thai bur- glarized lhc office of Daniel Ellshcrg's psychiatrist was act- ing under a general delegation (Continued from Page 1.) ie said would cost about Pundl said all land for this project is held by his clients, ex- :epl for a small portion of tim- berland which the Amana Soci- ety owns. He said the society and Amana tourist businesses are the ones which might gain the most from the highway, but that they would not lose land. Pimdt asked that the project be stopped "for the benefit of all involved." C.R. Drug Numbers To report a violation: Michael Dooley 363-0671 If you need help: Foundation II 362-2174 (4 p.m. lo midnight) Only one service... our best to all. Cost is entirely a matter of personal choice. John Son Turner's Easl, 800 Second Avc. SE Turner's Wesl, 1221 First Ave. Wesl ;