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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - May 22, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                -74 Obituaries jlc involvement of White House jersonnel and others." T h c While House-released Donald Hartgrave Donald llartgravc, 6C, Fifteenth avenue SIC, Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Robert liitscher, Key- stone; a sister, Mrs. Robert Montague, Norway, and two U-dar liapids resident 20 died Tuesday, i Horn April 9, 1908, at Ladora, was married to Emily Hcih- anil Dec. C, 1932. On July 13, 37, at Cedar Rapids, he was arried to Elsie Seolt. Mr. artgrave was employed by the caskct "will not! .y water works for leu years )C afttr ,ht. service. fore his retirement. He was a ember of the Eagles lodge. Surviving are his wife; two Rain will fall Wodnosday night from fho Gulf coast 1o New England and in parts of the lower plains. Mostly fair elsewhere. The Weather cinllalion: Anchorage 583S L.Angeles 835? Atlanta ...7668 .03 Miami ...8173 .69 Bismarck Min'apolis 7950 .03 Chicago ..72641.15 N. Orleans 77741.18 Denver ...7135 New York .7561 Dululh ....764? .35 Phoenix Honolulu ..8774 Seattle Houston ..B571 .05 Washinat'n 78 61 Extended forecast Fair and cool Friday. Chance of rain Sat- urday and Sunday. Daily highs in the 60s Friday to the 70s by Sunday. Lows in the 40s Friday to the 50s Sunday. C. R. Weather High Tuesday ................82 Low overnight ...............62 2 p.m. Wednesday ...........74 Precipitation................0.40 Total for May ..............7.84 Normal for May 3-53 Normal through May ......11.40 Total for 1974..............18.83 Barometer, steady ........29.95 Humidity at noon 57% Wind direction and velocity at 2 p.m. WNW at 12 mph. Sun rises Thursday, sun sets, Year Ago Today High, G8 low, 55; rainfall, trace. Traveler's Forecast Thursday Weather, Hi-Lo Bismarck........PtCldy 62-41 Chicago ........PtCldy 73-52 L. and Vicky L. Beauchamp. Marion .1. and Frank R. Kohl. Mary L. and John P. Walden. E2 Fires p.m. Tuesday. Hydrau- lic fluid ignited by exhaust pipe SW. a.m. Wednesday. Flush gasoline in 1100 block or Sixth street NW. a.m. Wednesday. Tripped alarm at 717 Sixteenth street NE. Magistrate's Court Speeding enko, 354 thcran church. Friends may call at Cedar Memorial, Cedar Rapids, after 7 p.m. Thursday and at the church after 11 a.m Friday. Entombment: Cedai Memorial. Cincinnati Cleveland .Clrng 76-54 .Cloudy 74-52 Des Moincs......PtCldy 75-52 Detroit ..........PtCldy 70-49 Indianapolis .....Cloudy 77-52 Kansas City........Fair 82-56 Milwaukee PtCldy 73-45 Mpls.-St. Paul .PtCldy 65-42 .PtCldy 83-58 Okla. City Omaha PtCldy 73-47 St. Louis........Cloudy 80-55 W; fined and costs. Pa- lela Day, 278 Harriett street W; Philip Johnson, Mt. Vcr- lon; Robert Hasley, 407 A ave- lue NE; Roland Wilbur, 3119 lover street' SW; James Ma- uen, 511 C avenue NE; Wil- iarn Diers, 2500 Falcon drive TO; Tom Hayes, Hiawatha; Sharon Dostal, 3310 Sue lane W; Joseph Mulherin, 1606 'ourtecnth avenue SW; Steven .ulcer, Anamosa; Diane Meyer, .506 Minden lane NE; each inecl 530 and costs. Ty Smith, 07 Twenty-seventh street NE; Wilson, 1911 Hisjley ave- nue SE; David Kohl, 349 Nineteenth street SE; Leo itrub, 906 Owen street NW; cannie Brislawn, 1755 Eighth tvenue, Marion; James Ear- osh, 3108 Pebble drive SW; VTary Lovitt, 2801 A avenue NE; Michael Hammond, 2060 Glass road NE; David Bonsall, 920 Second street SW; Duane Arnold, 3018 Terry drive SE; Ronald Rommann, 733 Four- eenth street SE; Ronald Green, 3312 Oakland road NE; Bruce Adams, 500 First avenue NE; Terrance Pitzen, 1553 First avenue NE; Marilyn Goodin. Hiawatha; each lined and Sioux Falls ......PtCldy I Degree Days 3-42 ..0 Tuesday Total to date Through May 21, 1973 Percent of normal year .103.01 Total normal year Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in brackets) LaCrosse (12) 8.1, rise .1 Lansing (18) 9.5, rise .1 Dam 9 (18) 18.5, fall .9 McGregor (18) 10.9, rise .1 Gutlenbcrg (15) 10.0, no change Dubuque (17) 12.9, rise .1 Davenport (15) 14.3, rise .1 Keokuk (16) 19.0, fall .1 Cedar at C.R. (13) 7.33, fal .11 Coralvilie Lake Pool level Wednesday .703.28 Births Mercy May 21 To the families o Ronald Toiineson, Fairfax, a son; John rctcrsen, Route Marion, a son; Maurice Coplan Middle Amana, a danghtcr. May 22 To the families o Richard Smith, 1712 Twentietl street NW, a son; James Brcms 312 C avenue, Hiawatha, a son. Births Luke's May 21 To the families o Brnnic Vasnucz, 1600 A avcnif NE, a son; Tim Woods, 45- Eighth avenue SW, a daughter Erick J. Skogman, 6323 DC vonshire drive NE, a son Dennis .1. Simonscn, 165 Thirty-fourth street SW. d a u 'g h t c r Itonalil While Shcllsburg, a son: Norbcr Neira, 1315 Thirty-sixth strcc SE, a son; Diiane Blozvicli, 44 Bowling street SW, a daughter. Marriage Licenses Marv Kay Haehmann an William Vrbn, Barbara Wrifjh and Daniel Urban, all of Ceda RapirlF. Gail Bjella, Ccclai Rapids, and Kerry Randolpl Lost Nation. Lynn Swishcr, and Steven Mallicoal Cedar Rapids. Sharon Hall am Bruce Malcuit, both of Canton Ohio. Donna Selk, Ceda Rapids, and George Waterbury Marion. Kristina Bonder, Ceda Rapids, and Edward Saldivat Iowa City. Marriages Dissolved William R. and Patricia A Wagainan. Knsan A. and Sic plum I.. Stickley. Sandra 1< and Roger Walters. Ronal Clinton Des- Thirtieth street (Continued from Page I.) that a person claiming insanity as a defense must prove by preponderance of evidence tha the act was caused by menta disease which overcame o swayed the defendant's reaso or judgment to the extent tha it destroyed his power to com prehend the nature or conse quence of his act. But on studying the Englis court decision the M'Naughto is based on, the court rule hat the defendant is entitled t acquittal even if he knew wha ie was doing, but did not kno t was wrong. Psychiatric Testimony Psychiatrists entered leslim ny during the 1966 murder tri .hat Thomas was the victim extreme depression, had stron Improper registration Aaron Two Elk. 1680 Edgewood NW; fined and costs. Ronald Martin, 1409 C avenue NE; fined and costs. Driver's license violation Steven Ekland, 110 Thirty-first street SW; Robert Haslep, 407 A avenue NW; each fined and costs. Ronald Deburkarte. 3005 Fourth avenue, Marion; fined and costs. Improper passing: Floyd Starling, 712 Second avenue SW; fined and Overload William Bemer 2268 Coldslrcam avenue fined and costs. Driving on right side Don- ald Hartman, 2129 Thirty-thin avenue SW; fined and costs. Fighting Eric Odegard 310 G avenue NW; fined ?25 and costs. Faulty equipment Barrel Stamp, 2050 Illinois street SW fined and costs. Vehicle control violation Charles Tcply, 286 Peace ave- nue NW; fined and costs. Disobeying police officer Frank Smith, Pnlo; fined S10 and costs. Iowa Deaths Dycrsvillc David Koelker, 47. Friday nt at Basilica of SI. Francis Xavier. Scripture service Thursday at 8 at Kramer's, where friends may call after 2 Thursday. Dyrrsvillc David L. (Butch) Lewey, 83. Thursday at 10 at Donaldson, 111., ceme- tery. Kramer's. Oalmar Matt Gerlcman, 45. Friday at 11 at SI. Aloysius churcli. Rosaries Wednesday at and Thursday at I) al French's. Fairfax James L. Claflin. 79. Friday at noon at Turner chapel west. Burial: Fairfax cemetery where' graveside ser- vices by Pekomy posl. Ameri- can r.pglon, will be held. The casket will nol be opened aft'T the service. Tiplnn Charles Conrad Boll, 112. Thursday at II at Sheets and firm, where friends may call after Wednes- day. Itrnnklyn Lowell Kauff- man, 31. Nevenhoven's. A me- morial has been established. MarciiRO Mrs. Wallic McLennan, 04, Indianola. Hoover-Valentine's. Ryun Meinhard T. Freese Friday at I al. Peace Ln- suicidal tendencies and ha 'really aggravated difficultii .n coping with life. Horan noted that retrial aft eight years will be difficult. "Witnesses tend to forget ov that period of Hora said. "But just finding witness presents a problem. As I r member, many of those wl :estified were police office who could still be on the force. "Betrial will be difficult, bi not impossible." Application Today's high court decisio stated it will be applied only the Thomas case, future casi and cases which are now on a peal. According to Horan, Ihe sta attorney general's office wou have the responsibility if the is to be an appeal. In a dissenting opinion, Ju lice David Harris said "to pla on .the state the burden of pro ing a negative condition of .mi: of the accused strikes me wholly unwarranted." Mrs. Thomas was shot with .32 caliber pistol early in t morning as she left work at t Clean Towel Service, 819 Fif street SE. Thomas turned himself in al a.m. the same morning by c; ng police from the Paul Yeisl 'arm near Mt. Vernon. He gave i signed confession. to police :hat Linn district court Judge William Eads did not allow as evidence during the trial be- cause he said Thomas had not 'ully been informed of his rights Before making the statement. Thomas has been imprisoned at the slate pcnitcnliary at Fort Madison since the jury convict- ed him in 196G. BROSH CHAPEL Cedar Hnplds In I'nlilir Si'rriiv" inquire Alionl Our I'rMirriiiiRwl Services Solon Services: i-Yiday al p.m. in Chapel of Memories by Ihe liev. Mary White of Bethany Congregational church. Burial: The Cedar Kapitls Gazette: Weil., May 23, 1974 3A causing severe economic prob- i lit HIIHU ranscripl of the March 17 meet- lcms to Businesses. ing makes no mention of Water- Objections were also raised; gate. concerning traffic safety, storm water drainage and the cost to taxpayers if extensive street modifications are necessary or if the center causes Ihe down- Hush Money The committee heard on Tues- day a tape of the March 21 talk between Nixon and Dean. It convinced some Democrats that Nixon ordered Dean to pay Hunt in hush money. build in. the improvements in- stead of adding them later. "I don't know why it's such a big deal for lie said. Mayor Don Canney, who docs not ordinarily vote, did so in this case because the issue was controversial, he explained, and town area to deteriorate, lower-j he felt he should make his posi- ing the tax base. Cedar Memorial. Friends was tomrnand !t was call at Turner chapel west until very said Hep. ns, David and a iiightcr, Mrs. Stanley llepker; ro stepsons, Leo I'hillipson and illard Clark, all of Cedar apids; two .stepdaughters, r s. Virgil Smith, Cedar apids, and Mrs. Ivan Ralston, arysvillc, Wash.; 20 grand- ten great-grandchil- two sislers, Mildred Slay- laker, eorge day following a long illness. Marengo, a n d Mrs. Solem, Cedar liapids, nd a brother, Raymond, Cedar .apids. Services: 2 p.m. Thursday in nion United Methodisl church i Cedar Rapids by Ihe Rev. Cremation at Ladora eonard Showalter. ommitlal will be L William Koch wils clearly ordering ;Dean to pay thc William Koch, 04, of 827 Six-'anotilor Democrat. "I don't lecnth avenue SW, died Wcdnes- there is any question." A large number of letters and petitions were received by the council, representing opposing views on thc rczoning, in the three prior lo Wcdncs- !day's action. Many Reports There were also reports from lion known. "It's proper use of thc land. It will make a better development with the addition of the 22 he said. Suitability The mayor said his decision was based on the suitability of the land for the shopping center, Born Dec. 1879, near metery al a later dale. Mr. larlgrave had willed his body Ihe anatomical research de- artment of the University of owa. The family requests thai memorials be made lo Camp iOOd Health. Beatty-Beurle fu- eral home in Cedar Rapids is n charge of arrangements. Wellsburg, he had made his lome in Cedar Rapids the last year. He was married lo Louise jiesking and had farmed in the Wellsburg area until he retired. Surviving arc two daughters, Charlotte Koch and Elsie Lahue, Cedar Rapids; a sister, Her- mina Giesking; seven grand- children and 11 great- grandchildren. Services: p.m. Saturday in St. Paul's Lutheran church in Wellsburg. Burial: St. Paul's. Turner chapel west was in charge of local arrangements. Hep. Mezvinsky j said the tape "gives us a j much clearer picture 
                            

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