Cedar Rapids Gazette, May 26, 1974, Page 5

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May 26, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - May 26, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Daily Record C. R. Weather High Saturday 70 11 p.m. Saturday 55 Rainfall ................trace Total for May 7.H1 Normal for May ;i.5U Normal through May......11.40 Total for 197-1 .............18.80 Barometer, Falling....... 30.05 Humidity at 10 p.m.......83% Wind direction and velocity at Gazette weather station at 11 p.m. Saturday E at C mph. Sun rises Monday sun sets, Year Ago Today High, G4; low, GO; rainfall, .16. May 24 Mr. and Mrs. Francis 1'ctcrson, 886 Twelfth street, Marion, a daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ward, 1201 Staub court, a son; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Voder, Alburnctt, a daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Ken- neth Lehcw, 5330 Ilarbet av- enue NW, a daughter. Births Luke's May 2-1 Mr. and Mrs. Lorcu Edwards, Scotch Grove, a daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Allen K. Smith, 4301 Sherman street NE, a daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Swartzcndrubcr, Amana, a son; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Buclow, Anamosa, a daughter. May 25 Mr. and Mrs. .T a m e s Sarehcss, Vinton, a son; Mr. and Mrs. Joyce, 368 Seventh Marion, a. The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sun., May 26, 1971 3A Obituaries (Continued from Page 1.) sealed thcrn in a plain, fi'A-by- 11-inch envelope. Following the! dinner, Lafiue asked Miliican to! drive to Potomac, Md., a Wash-] ington. suburb, and leave envelope in the mailbox at the home of William Bittman, then Hunt's defense attorney. The following day, Kidman! port April 20. (employe of Tubbs Transport gave the envelope, still Born Dee. 21, 1895. at Audu-jService, to Hunt. he moved to (iulfporl three] Surviving in addition to his Late last year, the ago from Fort arc a daughter, Mrs. D.R. special prosecutor's office inter-'lc, where he had owned Kort Worth, Texas two viewed linger after obtaining I operated a motel. He had NCVa Norton and Ruth the description of the payment. jn 1953 as Chicago car both of Cedar Rapids Ungcr said that "they asked me sales manager for four grandchildren and when I had dinner with Fred Packing Co. i three great-grand children. Harley C. Kibler j member of Hanford post of the ,iAmerican Ix'gion. He attended Harley Charles Kibler, 78, of i Faitn Unitcd Methodist church. Culfporl. Miss., a former Cedar, was a Ccdar R resi. Rapids resident, died at most of his lifc and an l.aRuc." To fix the dale, linger produced the records of a busi- ness trip he had taken to New York on March 20 he stayed overnight at the Carlyle hotel and the pocket appointment diary containing the notation dined with LaTlue. photo by Al Sweale A European Economic Community official, Man nfred Wegner, visited four farms in Eastern Iowa Sat- urday as part of his four week tour of the United States. Wegner, right, pictured visiting with Don Krug of Atkins, expressed concern over the wide fluctuation in farm prices worldwide and the need to es- tablish food reserves. Sees Wavering Prices as Farm Defect Mrs. Philip avenue SE, daughter. Iowa Deaths 68. Funeral pending at M mann. Saturday. clay at 1 at Powell's, friends may call Sundi. ning. Burial: "Wassonville. Woman Is Dead tals Saturday. versity hospitals. cape the home, pulled Mrs. basement. the blast. Busby Established in 1833 cna published dallv and Sunday Third ave. SE, Cedar Rapids, Second class posta Rapids. Iowa. Subscription rales h week. Bv mail: Niaht____ 6" issues S3.75 a month, S39.00 tcrnaon Editions and f S3.85 a month. S40.00 a v and U.S. territories J60.0 Subscriptions accepted Gazette carrier service. all the local r paper as well The deadline for away. Persons helping fi for the new tax or live in trailers. nual household incor than They r lived in Iowa Ihrougl be living in Iowa now. owners under Hie measure. Renters who arc get a direct cash i residence rented must jecl to properly lax. true for those rcci ing home or cttsloi the case of both owners, the rebate the amount of inco going toward pro; and on tho applicant's come. Infnrmalion needed by ron lo complete Ihc form Ihclr lolal incor Phono Ml-tiiiz? i. Al concern over food prices on the basis mat a pro- avenue, Mr. and 8 European Economic Community (EEC) official, worldwide. "I can see advantages for is necessary when a na-ion atlempted to develop an in- r. Saturday said one of) .he defects he's observed in to develop a food re-e r v e to stabilize "You can outproduce our farm economy during his visit here has been .the said. "If you don't have a in nearly all Vegner pointed out. "It would fluctuation in are you going to get unfair to our farmers to let farmers he visited you need it? The compete." G. Davis, Shelly's, 11 after Don Krug and Delbert Krug of Atkins and Wegner said a food goal of the European Economic Community is .to become of tended to be more of a price in food production. L. that you're on a than a price moving in that direc- to. Tues-s it may be to your admitted that the Wegner said, pointing out day to stabilize Economic in milk and some other faced similar farm and livestock areas. M UIJbLdUJt! Export juries A rura who said European livestock producers are currently in a cost-price squeeze similar to those in the United States, agriculture sectors of each of the nine countries in the EEC are at different stages o. Wegner agriculture continues to be the biggest U.S. export industry in Europe. You export 20 percent of your farm products iolent cx-her farm >ity Young Leftists difficult to develop a uni orm policy, but .we hope' lo along about ten years from Europe." The various farmers pointed out during Wegner's' visit that many new strains of beef ani- was res-ng home ;hter, Au-is visiting f the of War LISBON AP) Militant young leftists shouting "not one more soldier to the asked one of the armers on the tour, Vernon )wens, about how he sized up he food price situation. "With the cooling off are now imported from Europe. Owens is developing a new Dreed of cattle through crossbreeding to utilize the great amount of forage wasted in the M at agains.t Portugal's African wars all across the world anc iur increasing dependence each year. "We're using Holsteins in our able to es-scue units from the al's the government opened cease-fire talks in London with Portuguese Guinea rebels. The demonstration was peaceful and no incidents were I Uon't see any farm jrice rise in the near 3wens said. Wegner defended the EEC's reluctance to reduce farm crossbreeding program for the same reason that some Iowa farmers are importing Simmen-tals from Owens tolc Wegner. cause are noted for milk pro- estimated marchers from the country's extreme left moved through downtown Lisbon for more than an Children Are Killed in Owens is crossing red strains of Holstein and Angus cattle Gazelle ndav at 500 lowo 52406. d at Cedar er 95 cents a. and Sunday Da year: At-av 7 issues Other stales ear. No Mall reas anti-war slogans and the names of the liberation movements in Angola, Mozambique and Portuguese Guinea. Soldiers and sailors locked arms to lead some of the marchers and hundreds Fires By Associated Press Seven children, all under 11 died Saturday in fires tha swept through their homes authorities Herefords. "Some people are prejudiced against using a Holstein in a beef crossbreeding Owens admitted, "but the Sim-mentals are known as milk cows in Europe." is raised fists to shout youngsters died in Milk ubllcation of n Ihis for the Mass., in a fire tha jegan in an enclosed a matter of fact, Owens on a residential duplex wilding. The father of three of the children, William Willis, 40, Kissinger (Continued from Page 1.) Relief ers, Trailer serious condition at Universi ty hospital in Boston, official said a Middle East visit by Nixon could augur and third-degree for "a successful conclu- filing the figure for social wife, Ilene, 33, who of the disengagemen or and any additional inhalation, was in they may have at St. John's senior U.S. official with vo the amount paid for said the secretary hat the part of that amount dead youngsters yet formally presented a the states was used Willis children proposal to the two sides jlief and 3, Dorcen, 2, and Shawn, a thinning out of their that your landlord can't give andi a nephew, Allan in the Golan Heighls. ly latter information, 3, who had been and argument over the name and address, on of U.N. peace keeping unit and stale officials Houston, three the two key issues standing s arc in a fire that the way of an agreement. crs. ulililics are paid by was started by a U.S. official said if Assad ic over and the furnishings that fell from an on the points in dispute, a lolal of Ihc renter, the would be ready to nc of rental amount may be victims were identified his formal proposal, ex- nist percent of this Nelson, 10, her it to be accepted. Aboul i 1973 considered properly F. Nelson, 9, and thirds of the draft agree- two-page yellow Brian C. Nelson, is already completed. session available al, county said Ihc official slrcsscd Ilia cd assessor's offices. These father, Willie the negotiations lew also have lisls of had gone out lo has been a "tendency lo- who will help Ihc and their mother, hangups" and that (here igiblc them out. was at work at no certainly Kissinger jliirn. wilh hospital, when be able lo complete the si be OREO or HACAP or slop fhis is Patrick's school from i'ing nurs-1 care. In liters .111. lo noon on onlurciny s. The deadline for filing is July BURIAL bused c Always A Welcome Henrietta, Charles ,Ir. rly wilh Green MT. VKHNON S.K. s lolal in-hy 1800 Ellis i includes r 19711, IOWERPHONE 366-1 JOHN fi. LAPKS nu ii i N FUNERAL HOME Sinco Sinai downtown Tcahen Elilon 308 Third I'lP MO First Avo. o- hat he had gone on to Washing- He was a member of Crescent' Services: Turner chapel east Masonic lodge in Cedar Rapids, the American Legion and Sec- ond Presbyterian church in Fort Laudcrdalc. Survivors include his wife, M a x i n e Pope Kihler; two al p.m. Tuesday by the rtev. Wilbert Trusheim. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Friends may rtt Turner cast. Most Probes in Donations Area, Jaworski Says WASHINGTON (UPI) In an anniversary report, Special Wa- tergate Prosecutor Jaworski said Saturday the largest number of criminal investiga- tions still pending is in the area of Nixon campaign contribu- tions. Jaworski said the invcstig lion into so-called "dirty tricks" aid some Europeans are im js the Watergate daughters, Mrs. R. N. Wood- and Mrs. J. H. Austin, Omaha; a brother, Don- ard E., of Kent, Wash.; four sisters, Mrs. R. H. Anderson, temet, Calif., Mrs. Leonard Davis, South Gate, Calif., and Iazcl Tipton and Mrs. Fred Ohlman, both of Los Alamitos, )alif., and seven grandchildren. Services were conducted in Gulfport April 22. Burial will be in Oak Hill cemetery, Cedar Rapids, Tuesday at 11 a.m. with service by the Rev. Allen Van Clevc of Central Park Presby- terian church. Byrde Furrow fiyrde Knight Furrow, of 2320 Grande avenue 93, SE, lorting Holstein semen from the1 United Stales to boost the milk iroduction of Simmcntal cattle n Europe. "You don't want to do IVegner said in mock-horror. 'We already have too big of a jutter bank (surplus) in Europe already." Wegner, an economic advisor ,o EEC Vice-President Wilhelm iaferkamp, today concludes a lour day visit in the Cedar Rapids area, arranged by Harold Ewoldt of the Cedar Ra- pids-Marion Area Chamber ol 'ommercc. The visit to Cedar Rapids is the final leg of a four week tour of the United States. Wegner is a specialist in Internationa monetary affairs. (Continued from Page 1.) ed him to Hughes' Christian irolherhood group. Foxhole Conversion When Wallace suggested skep :ics might regard Colson's new found religion as "a foxhole conversion" designed to boos bis image in the face of Water ijate charges, Colson said he j had anticipated that reaction, decided that that's one price you would have to pay to to true to your own convictions and your own he said. Asked about Agnew, Colson responded "I think that it is true that I invited the former vice-president to join with some of us in prayer." ireakin and cover-up "nearly and the Interna- ional Telephone Telegraph's ITT) case "still underway." Jaworski said 36 persons and i corporations have been charged, and of these, 21 per- sons and 11 corporations either ileaded or were found guilty. Of those, 11 were former White House aides and 5 others worked in Nixon's re-election campaign. "A major part of our work :his year is not reflected at al in the 'numbers a spokesman for Jaworski said. 'This has included some his toric legal arguments over the issues of executive privilege and the court's quest for evidence as well as the unprecedented in stance of the grand jury repor that, with judicial approval, was forwarded to the house judici- ary committee and is now being used by .that committee in its mpeachment they said. "And.. Wallace asked. It wasn't something tha he wanted to do at the time." Colson has been indicted foi conspiracy in the Watergate co verup and in the planning of tin 1972 burglary of office of Danie Ellsberg's psychiatrist by Whit House plumbers. Colson refused to make anj judgment of White House moral ity as it was reflected in tli Watergate transcripts. Bu when Wallace suggested then questioned the sincerity of hi religious conversion into qucs lion, Hughes interrupted in Col son's defense. He described Colson as man who is new in Christ, a baby in Christ is what we say and that implies just what it is baby, not full maturity, no full understanding and having not made the divisions com plctcly with Ihc past in all in stances..." Colson also, denied he had anj part in drawing up the While House "enemies but addci that he would have agreed wit! pulling Hughes name on it. James Geist James Monroe Gcist, 66, of 346 D avenue NE, died Salur- lay following a brief illness. He was born July 8, 1907, at ndependence and was married September 2, 1936, to Mary Bohr at Rock Island, 111. He was a veteran of World war II and a Treated Alter 'Cycle Mishap Douglas Myers, 20, of 110 Thirtieth street NE, suffered a bruised elbow and cut knee Sat urday in a car and motorcycle collision. Myers was treated at St Luke's hospital and released. The accident occurred at I avenue and Thirty-sevcntl street NE. The driver of the car, Viviar Rae Northrup, 29, of 3810 F ave- nue NW, was charged with fail- ing to yield to oncoming .traffic when making a turn. Police said Myers was riding a motorcycle west on E avenue when Mrs. Northrup's cast- bound car attempted to turn left onto Thirty-seventh street. widow of Edwin If. Furrow, died Saturday following a brief illness. A resident of Cedar Rapids for nearly 70 years, she was married July 31, 1913, in Mar- shalltown. A graduate of St. Luke's school of nursing, she was a member of Westminster Pres- byterian church, a member of GM Chapter of PEO and a fifty- year member of Cedar Chapter of OES. Surviving arc a daughter, Mrs. James H. Sharpe, Cedar Rapids; and two grandchildren. Her husband died in 1942. Memorial services pending at urner chapel east. Friends may register at Turner east fter 4 p.m. today. The casket ill not be open at any time. (Continued from Page 1.) 'specially authorized by louse resolution to investigate returns." The judiciary commit tee is not one of the authorizec committees. Saxbe also rejected the ar gument of committee counse John Doar that the committee' constitutional mission of im peachment authorized it t gather evidence regardless o IRS regulations. "Notwithstanding the [act tha the impeachment power is a separate, constitutional powei of the house, I find no sufficien basis for disregarding the provi sions of the (IRS) Saxto said. In other developments: President Nixon was de scribed Saturday as assuming firm stand "to defend his offic against excessive encroach ment." Ziegler said Nixon was facih "very difficult decisions" bi views it as "his unique respons bility to the office of the pres dency and the Constitution" 1 resist the mounting pressures. Among the problems facin Nixon is determining how 1 Moomey Arrested for Indecent Behavior Ernie L. Moomey, 23, of 5335 V c r m o n t street SW, was charged Saturday with indecent behavior. Moomey was arrested by po- lice who responded to a com- plaint of a streaker in the area of Hawkeye Downs. Police alle- gedly found Moomey sitting nude in his car at Sixth street and Waconia avenue SW. Bond was set at FHKSH Prompt I'KCK'S inru FLOWKK 5008 Ccnler PI. Rd. N.E. 3113-5565 We have so many beautiful ways to say something special FLORiST and GIFT SHOP 364-8139 phone answered 24 hours every day Only one service... our best to all. Cost is entirely a matter of personal choice. John Son Turner's Easl, 800 Second Avo. SE Turner's Wesl, 1221 First Avc, West respond to a request filed Fr day by the Watergate specia prosecutor that the suprem court decide how far Nixon ca go in using claims of executiv privilege to withhold materia from Watergate investigators. Time magazine reported Sa urday that a "hard-core" of percent of Americans wai President Nixon to stay in o ficc. Memorial Services Clark, William G. 1 p.m. 'uesday at the Cedar Memorial Chapel of Memories by the Rt. Rev. Canon D.A. Loferski of St. John's Episcopal church. Ma- sonic services by Mizpah lodge >39. Entombment in Chapel of Memories mausoleum. Ar- rangements by Cedar Memorial funeral home. Anderson, Jessie Bethel A.M.E. Church at 3 p.m. Tues- day by the Rev. George Moore, jr. Military services by the American Legion. Burial: Oak Hill. Friends may call at Turner east until 9 p.m. Mon- day and at the church after 10 a.m. Tuesday. Burliugham, Violet Turner chapel east at a.m. Tues- day by a Reader .of the JTjrst Church of Christ Scientist. Burial: Linwood. Friends may call at Turner east until 9 p.m. Monday. The casket will not be opened after the service. Yuza, Frank G. Sunday at 11 a.m. in Janeba-Kuba funeral home west by the Hev. William B. Harnish. Burial: Czech Na- tional. (Continued from Page 1.) a new mandate to its rules of combat. "No more than three individuals will occupy a safe the voice said. "Six sol- diers are too many comrades to lose in one attack." The man on the tape iden- tified himself as Thunga Abdul Assad, minister of cultural af- fairs, Black Liberation Army. Neither individual on the tape has been heard from, or re- ferred to, in the earlier commu- nications from the kidnapers of the newspaper heiress. Officials at the FBI office in San Francisco declined immedi- ate comment on the tape re- cording. NOVAK MONUMENT CO. FINE MEMORIALS SINCE IS92 203 14th Ave. SE Phone 364-4439 Markers, Monuments and Private Mausoleums Comforting, Warm, Dignified... Feeling words, words that families served by the CEDAR MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME have used to describe candlelit services in the Old English Chnpcl of Memories. 42001st. Ave. NIC FUNERAL HOME Klnwcr Shop ;