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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - May 26, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 70 55 rate | 7 841 3.501 11.40 ii: on .'{ii 05 H3%!  C. R. Weather  High Saturday ll p.m. Saturday Rainfall Total for May Normal for May Normal through May Total for 1974 Barometer, Falling Humidity at IO p m.  Wind direction and velocity at Gazette weather station at ll p.m. Saturday E at. ii mph.  Sun rises Monday 5:36; sun sets, 8 31.  Year Ago Today High, (54; low, 60; rainfall, .16.  Births — Mercy  May    24    Mr.    and    Mrs.  Francis Peterson, 886 Twelfth street, Marion, a daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ward, 1291 Staub court, a son; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Yoder, Alburnett, a daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth behew, 6330 Harbet avenue NW, a daughter.  Births — St. Luke's  May    24    Mr.    and    Mrs.  Loren Edwards, Scotch Grove, a daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Allen K. Smith. 4301 Sherman street NE, a daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Swartzendruher, Amana, a son; Mr. nnd Mrs. Donald Ruelow, Anamosa, a daughter.  May    23 —    Mr.    and    Mrs.  .lames Sarehess, Vinton, a son; Mr. and Mrs. Keith Joyce,    368 Seventh avenue,  Marion, a daughter; Mr. and  —Watergate—  (Continued from Page I.)  sealed them in a plain, BYr-by-II inch envelope. Following the dinner, La Rue asked Millican to drive to Potomac, Md., a Washington suburb, and leave the envelope in the mailbox at the  The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sun., May 26, 1974  Harley C. Kibler  Harley Charles Kibler, 78. of  home of William Rittman,    then    Gulfport, Miss., a    former Cedar  Hunt’s defense attorney.    Rapids    resident,    died at Gulf-  The following day, Rittman port April 20. gave the envelope, still    sealed,    Rom    Dec. 24,    1805, at Auriu-  to Hunt.    bon, he    moved to    Gulfport three  member of Hanford post of the American lx>gion. He attended Faith United Methodist church.  He was a Cedar Rapids resident most of his life and an employe of Tubbs Transport Service.  Surviving in addition to his  [ness trip he had taken to New i York on March 20 — he stayed I overnight at the Carlyle hotel and the pocket appointment diary containing the notation 'that he had gone on to Washington the next day, March 21, and  w ”7-Th, Gulfport dined with LaRue.  three great-grand children Ile was a member of Crescent Services: Turner chapel east, Masonic lodge in Cedar Rapids, ! at  L30 P m - tuesday by the  .Cedar Memorial. Friends  1  call at Turner east.  may  Byrdo Furrow  Gazette photo by At Swegle  A European Economic Community official, Mannfred Wegner, visited four farms in Eastern Iowa Saturday 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 tablish food reserves.  es-  Late last year, the Watergate    years ago from Fort Lauderda-     w jf ( ,  Hrc a  daughter, Mrs.    D R.  special prosecutor’s office inter    ]e t  where he had owned and    Dowdy,    Fort Worth, Texas    ; two  viewed Unger after obtaining    operated a motel. He had re-sisters,    Neva Norton and    Ruth  the description of the payment,    tired in 1958 as Chicago ear lot    Fisher,    both of Cedar Rapids  Unger    said    that,    “they    asked    me    sales manager for Hormel  and  f our     grandchildren    and  when    I    had    dinner    with    Fred    parking Co.  LaRue.” To fix the date, Unger, produced the records of a busi-J  ti, " a I T I V- j 'I Rev. Wilbert Trusheim. Burial  the American Legion and Sec-]  ond Presbyterian church in Fort  lauderdale.  Survivors include his wife,;  Maxine Pope Kibler; two 1   daughters, Mrs. R. N. Wood- Byrde    Knight Furrow, 93,  and Mrs. J. IL pf 2320    Grande avenue SE,  Austin, Omaha; a brother, Don- 1  widow of    Edwin if. Furrow, died  a rd E., of Kent, Wash.; four Saturday    following a    brief  sisters, Mrs. R. H. Anderson, illness.  Hemet, Calif , Mrs. Leonard' A    resident of Cedar    Rapids  Davis, South Gate, Calif., and 1  for    nearly 70 years, she was  Hazel Tipton and Mrs. Fred married July 31, 1913, in Mar-Ohlman, both of Los Alamitos,!shalltown.  WASHINGTON    (UPI)    —    In    an    Calif., and seven grandchildren. A    graduate of St.    Luke’s  anniversary    ronort    Snecial    Wa-    Services were conducted in school of nursing, she    was a  tergate    Prosecutor    Jaworski    Gulfport April 22. Rurial will be I member    cf Westminster Pres-  said    Saturday the largest    in Oak Hill cemetery, Cedar byterian    church, a member of  number    of criminal    investiga-  Mast Probes in Donations Area, Jaworski Says  Sees Wavering Prices as Farm Defect  By Al Swegle  A European Economic Com Mrs. Philip Ross, 716 Eighth! fnunity (EEC) official .Mannfred  avenue SP,, a daughter.    ...     0  .    .    .    .    #  U/orrnnr vnfiirnoi/    nna    nf  owa Deaths  Conroy — Frank F. Ahrends, 68. Funeral arrangements pending at MeSwiggin-Uhl-mann.  Manchester—Lewis G. Davis, 85. Monday at 1:30 at Shelly’s, where friends may call after 7 Saturday.  Wellman — Auston L. Whct-stine, 52. Kirksville, Mo. Tuesday at I at Powell’s, where friends may call Sunday evening. Burial: Wasson Ville.  tions still ponding is in the area of Nixon campaign contributions.  .Jaworski said the investigation into so-called “dirty tricks”  the concern over food prices is    barriers on the basis mat    a pro-    said some Europeans    are im-     ls  “completed;” the Watergate  shared worldwide.    tection is necessary when    a na-    porting Holstein semen    from the    breakin and cover-up “nearly  “I can see advantages for your    i tion attempted to develop    an in-    United States to boost    the milk    completed;” and the Interna-  country to develop a food re-    dustry.    production of Simmental cattle    tional Telephone & Telegraph’s  (ITT) case “still underway.”  Rapids, Tuesday at ll a m. with GM Chapter of PEO and a fifty-service by the Rev. Allen Van year member of Cedar Chapter  Cleve of Central Park Presby- °f OKS.  serve to stabilize    prices,”    “You    can outproduce our    m Europe.  Wegnersaid.    farmers    in nearly all areas,”    “You don’t    want    to do that, ’  “If you don’t have a    reserve, |    Wegner    pointed out. “It would    Wegner said    in    mock-horror.  where are you going to    get food    be unfair to our farmers to let'“We already    have    too big of a  Jaworski said 36 persons and 13 corporations have been  Wegner, Saturday said one of the defects he’s observed in the U.S. farm economy during his visit here has been the wide price fluctuation in prices.  The farmers he visited Satur-; when you need it? The Bus-, you compete.” day — Don Krug and Delbert sians?”    The    goal    of    the    European    Eco-    .    pleaded    or    were found guilty.  Krug of Atkins and Vernon    Wegner    said    a    food    reserve     nom j c     Community    is    to    become     aa    C( ’ on ' ,rmcar ]''’ is  1  nr i    Of    those,    ll    were    former  Owens of Palo—tended to agree. | would    be more    of    a price    stabi-    self-sufficient in food production.| ? * . v ic-e-I resident    Wilhelm  Whitc     House    aides    and    5    others  “Now that you’re on a free  ,j zer than a price depressant.^ '“We’re moving in that direc-1  r  la rk , amp ’  today  concludes a  wor k C( j j n  Nixon’s re-election  terian church.  James Geist  James Monroe Geist, 66, of 1346 I) avenue NE, died Saturday following a brief illness.  He was born July 8, 1907, at Independence and was married j September 2, 1936, to Mary Bohr at Rock Island, 111. He was  Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. James H. Sharpe, Cedar Rapids; and two grandchildren. Her husband died in 1942.  Memorial services pending at Turner chapel east. Friends may register at Turner east, after 4 p m. today. The casket will not be open at any time.  butter bank (surplus) in Europe  sons and  jj corporations either  charged, and of these, 21 per-  a  veteran of World war ll and a  it  may be to your stabilize  ad-  Woman Is Dead Of Blast Injuries  IOWA CITY (OTI) — A rural New Sharon woman, who was injured Friday in a violent ex-’ plosion nnd fire at her farm home, died at University hospitals Saturday.  Kurnice Busby, 71, was rescued from her flaming home by firemen. Her daughter, Au-  market, vantage to j Wegner said.  Same Squeeze  Wegner said European livestock producers are currently in a cost-price squeeze similar to those in the United States, and; GEC are  ....—--—— development,”  Wegner admitted that the Lu- tj on  »» Wegner said, pointing out  prices,”  r °pcan Economic Community strides in milk and some other  also faced similar farm policy  grain and  livestock areas.  problems of unstable supply.  . ...    Biggest Export  Different Stages  ...    .    “But agriculture continues  “Tho agriculture sectors ofL , he bj ( u s   each of the nine countries rn the idus ,  E  h   You  *■     t 2n   at different stages of    „ f  J,  (arm   said  four  day  d  to  in*  visit in the Cedar campaign. a p i d s area,    arranged    by    major part of our work  Harold Ewoldt of    the Cedar Ila-    this    year is not reflected at    all  pids-Marion Area    Chamber    of    | n     the numbers above,”    a  Commerce.    spokesman for Jaworski said.  The visit to Cedar Rapids is “This has included some his-  -Impeachment-  (Continued from Page I.)  “.specially authorized by house resolution to  Memorial Services  Clark, William G. — I p.m. Tuesday at the Cedar Memorial I Chapel of Memories by the RU i Rev. Canon D.A. Loferski of St. j John’s Episcopal church. Ma-| sonic services by Mizpah lodge 639. Entombment in Chapel of mausoleum. Ar-  Portugal's Young Leftists Mount Protest of War  Wegner  “It s difficult to develop a uniform pjlicy, but we hope to along about ten years from now.”  Wegner asked one of theL  Vernon ~    _  percent of your farm products |to Europe.”  The various farmers pointed out during Wegner’s visit that many new strains of beef animals are now imported from  investigate Memories  returns.” The judiciary comrnit-T anKorT ? e  1  n,,s  by  cp dar Memorial .    •    .    r    Au ai. • j funeral home,  tee is not one of the authorized . .    ,    .    _ .. ,   A „    Anderson, Jessie — Bethel  committees.    A M E.    Church at 3 p.m. Tues-  Saxbe also    rejected    the    ar-    dav by    the Rev. George Moore.  the final leg el a four wrck tourj^c'i^gaf Vgumems TOer the f    T.h    “'**    "Ti    Lertcan'J*  of    the    United    States.    Wegner    is    I issues    of    executive    privilege    and    John Dear that the committee’s    HUL n< F?lendS 10r may Un ?dl at  a    specialist    in    international    the    court’s    auest    for    evidence     const,tutlonal     mission    ot    im-    Turner    east until 9 p.m. Mon-  monetary affairs.    as wed ii the unprecoden.ed impeachment authorized it t.1 day and a, the church after to  stance of the grand jury report     regan " eSS     ° f    3  BorSam. Violet - Turner  —Colson—  (Continued from Page I.)  led him to Hughes’ new brotherhood group.  Foxhole Conversion  that. with judicial approval, was  farmers on the tour,     ()wens     .    ,  LISBON (AP) — Militant Owens, about how he sized up-. .    .  tt i thrmmh  drey Ferguson, 52, was visiting jyoung leftists shouting “not one j the food price situation.    breeding    to    utilize the ereat  the farm at the time of the blast j more soldier to the colonies” “With the cooling off  takin gi a mount of forage wasted in the !  When Wallace suggested skep-was in serious condition at Urn- demonstrated against For-; place all across the world    Midwest each year "     tics mi 8 ht re 8 ard  Colson’s new-  ’  ..... ...  “ ' increasing dependence en .. WcVe  ^ Holsteins in our found religion as “a foxhole 'Cycle Mishap  beef crossbreeding program for  : con vers i° n     designed to boost ...    ..  nn  .  * r    I ■ - •    -    -    i    Douglas    Myers,    20,    of  .... , ... .    ,.__.,    ,    ...    .chapel    cast    at    10:30    a.m.    Tues-  forwarded to the house judici-L Notwithstanding the fact that  riay hv a  rt Pacipr of the Fi „ t   .... n.mn.111^ a ic nm., hoi no impeachment power is a Church of Christ Scientist, ary committee and is now being     1    r     n    .riot-    r    in«,nnd  ♦ u.*    , n  be separate, constitutiona power (Banal. Linwood. Friends may  lhat committee in Us h    sufficient    ^ 2‘  TurnPr cast until 9  P  or me nouse, i lino no sumcieni  Mondav .  The casket wiI1 not 5e   basis for disregarding the provi-  Christian used by  impeachment proceedings.” they  i said.  Treated After  versity hospitals.    jtugal’s African wars Saturday!our increasing dependence on  Mrs. Ferguson was able toes- as the government opened exports. I don’t see any farm  beef crossbroedin „ urogram for conversion” designed to boost cape the homo, but rescue units cease-fire talks in London with price rise in the near future,’ samc rcason  that some Iowa  his ima 8 e in the face of Water   Monday.  opened after the service, sions of the (IRS) Code,” Saxbe Yuza, Frank G. — Sunday at 5* a id    I*     a m<  * n  Janeba-Kuba funeral  home west by the Rev. William In other developments:    |b.    Harnish. Burial: Czech Na-  President Nixon was de- tional. scribed Saturday as assuming a!  IRK) firm stand “to defend his office  pulled Mrs. Busby from the 'Portuguese Guinea rebels. I Owens said basement.    The    demonstration    was    peace-    Wegner    defended    the    EEC’s  The state fire marshal's office ful and no incidents were re-reluctance to reduce farm trade was investigating the cause of ported, the blast.  farmers are importing Simmen-jgate charges, Colson said he Thirtieth street NE suffered a.a g ai nst excessive encroach-(als from Europe." (Avens told had anlicipated that reaction. "I bruised elbow and cut knee Sa - men)   J —j-*-j it--* au-ai- — p r j cc U rday in a car and motorcycle  —Hearst—  (Continued from Page I.)  Ziegler said Nixon was facing very difficult decisions” but  An estimated 5.0(10 marchers!  — --------- from the country’s extreme  £ hr C f  rdnr JAupitU (rtu’.r-He left moved through downtown  Lisbon for more than an hour !chanting anti-war slogans and I the names of the liberation I movements in Angola, Mozam-| ibique and Portuguese Guinea.  Soldiers and .sailors locked arms to lead some of the I marchers, and hundreds of blacks raised fists to shout “in-  r stobllshed in 1883 bv The Gazette Co tna published dolly ond Sunday at SOO Third ave. SE, Odor Rapids, Iowa 57406. Second class postage paid at Cedar Rapids, Iowa.  Subscription rotes bv carrier 95 cents a week By mail: Night Edition and Sunday 6 issues S3.75 a month, $39 OO a year: Afternoon Editions and Sunday 7 issues S3 85 a month, S40.00 a year. Other states ond U S territories $60 OO a year. No Moil Subscriptions accepted in areas having Gazette carrier service.  The Associated Press is entitled exclusively to the use for republication of all the local news printed in this newspaper as well as all AP news dispatches.  Seven Children Are Killed in Two Residence Fires  By Associated Press  Seven children, all under ll, died Saturday in fires that swept through their homes, authorities reported.  Four youngsters died in Bil-  a new mandate to its rules of  . combat. “No more than three  views it as "his. unique response  jnf|ivjdua|s   will occupy a safe  dependence mow ”  New Tax Relief Includes Renters, Trailer Owners  for the colonies lerica, Mass., in a fire that began in an enclosed front porch on a residential duplex building.  The father of three of the children, William Willis, 40, was in serious condition at Universe-1 moment official said  away.  suggested then  _    .    ,    .    „    , House plumbers.  (Continued from Page I.) j  Co | son rpfusod make anv   Middle judgment of White House morally hospital in Boston, suffering I Kiist visit by Nixon could augur  a » it w-as reflected in the . . I second- and third-degree burns, well for “a successful amelu-  u  at cr ga to transcripts. Rut The deadline for filing for .eluding the figure for social se-  w jf 0<  Hene ,33, who suffered pion of the disengagement property tax relief for elderly curity and any additional tush  smoke  inhalation, was in poor RJ^^-  Iowans with less than $6,000 an-assistance they may have re-Londition at St. John’s hospital! The senior U.S. official with nual income is just two months]ceived, the amount paid for rent - n  pij| cr i ca     Kissinger said the secretary had  and the part    of that    amount    the    ^ lc deac j y 0Ungs t ers  included     not  yet formally presented a  Persons helping file the forms I landlord    states    was    used    for    L  rec  children — William,    US. proposal to the two sides  for the new tax relief have)utilities .and furnishings.    !    jr.,    3,    Doreen,    2,    and    Shawn,    I    regarding a thinning out of their  — ’and a nephew,    Allan    Sim-    forces in the Golan Heights.  mon, 3. who had    been living!    Thus and argument over    the     and    lhat     implies just what it is  with    them.    {size of U N. peace keeping unit     a  l )a by. not    full maturity, not  In    Houston,    three    children are the two key issues standing     ful1  understanding and having  died    in a fire    that authorities!^ the way of an agreement.     n p l  , made  t .    divisions com-  said    was started by    a lighted! The U.S. official said if Assad    j pletely with    the past in all m-  cigaret that fell from an    ash-    “gives” on the points in dispute,' stances - • •  tray.    Kissinger would be ready    to  The victims were identified as    make his formal proposal, ex  Diedra Nelson, IO, her sister.    I porting it to be accepted. About  Darien K. Nelson. 9. and a    two thirds of the draft agree-  Wegner.    decided that that s one  "Both arc noted for milk pro-you  would  bove to pay to be;collision. iduction”    ^ rue     1° >’ our own  convictions' Myers    was treated at St  Owens is crossing red strains and your own beliefs,” he said. Luke’s hospital and released. bilify to the office of the pres.- „ of    Holstein and    Angus cattle  Askcd    about  Agnew, Colson    Tho accident occurred at E    dency and the Constitution’ to     aoue *’ me voice    said.    sol  I with    Herefords    responded    “I think that it is    avenue and Thirty-seventh    resist the mounting pressures.    diers are too many comrades to  “Some people are prejudiced  ,rue that 1  invited the former    street NE.    Among the problems facing    lose in one attack.”  i against using a Holstein in a vice-presideirt to join with some    The driver of the car,    Vivian    Nixon is determining how to    The man on the tape iden-  becf crossbreeding program ”  of us in  Prayer.”    Bae Northrup, 29, of 3810    F ave-    respond to a request filed Fri-     t j fiod  himself as Thunga Abdul  Owens admitted “but the Sim- “And ...?” Wallace asked.    nue NW. was charged with fail-    day by the Watergate special    Assad, minister of cultural af-   !  mentals are known as milk “• • •  11 wasn<t  something that    ing to yield to oncoming    traffic    prosecutor that the supreme    fairs. Black Liberation Army.  'cows    in    Europe.”     ,10  wanted to do at the time ”    when making a turn.    court decide how far Nixon can    Neither    individual on the tape  Boost    Milk    Colson    has been indicted for    Police said Myers was riding    go in using claims of executive    has been heard    from, or    re-  conspiracy in the Watergate    co-    a motorcycle west on L avenue    privilege to withhold materials    ferred to,    in the earlier commu-  As    a    matter of    fact, Owens vorup and in the planning of    the    when Mrs. Northrup’s    east-    from Watergate investigators.    ideations    from the kidnapers of  1972 burglary of office of Daniel bound car attempted to turn left Time magazine reported Sat- the newspaper heiress. Kissinger    Ellsberg’s psychiatrist by White    onto Thirty-seventh street.    urday that a “hard-core” of 38    Officials at the FBI office in  ii    Dmico nlnmhprc    —    —    percent of Americans want San Francisco declined immedi-  President Nixon to stay in of-    ate comment on    the tape    re-  Indecent Behavior 1 ^    ' cord,ng   Ernie L. Moomey, 23. of 5335 V e r rn o ii t street SW, was  Moomey Arrested for  when Wallace  questioned the sincerity of his charged Saturday with indecent religious conversion into ques- behavior, tion, Hughes interrupted in Col- Moomey was arrested by po-son’s defense.  expressed the belief that they! If your landlord can’t give you are not reaching many persons    the    latter information,    include  who rent houses or apartments    his    name and address,    on    the  or live in trailers.    form, and state officials    will  Both of these groups are eligi- complete it. hie as are home owners. Those    lf    utilities ale paid    by    the  eligible to file must be over 65 renter and the furnishings are or disabled and have a total an-!property of the renter, the eunuch household income of less tire rental amount may be used, than $6,(MMI.    They must    have    Twenty percent    of this amount  lived in Iowa through 1973 and I is considered propel tv tax. be living in Iowa now.    ! The two-page yellow lot ms  The just-completed session of are available at county and trailer city assessor's offices. These offices also have lists of volunteers who will help the applicant  Renters who are eligible will till them out. get a direct    cash    return.    The    Persons with    questions    can  residence rented must lie sub i ( ‘ a ll DREG or IIA( AP or stop at  jeet to property tax. This is also St. Patrick’s school from 8:30  true for those receiving nurs- a rn to noon on Saturday s. mg home or    custodial care. In    'G'e deadline for filing is    July  the case of    both    renters    and     :{l -  owners, the rebate is based on  He  man  baby  described Colson as “a who is new in Christ, a in Christ is what we say,  lice who responded to a com-; plaint of a streaker in the area of Hawkeye Downs. Police allo godly found Moomey sitting nude in his ear at Sixth street and Waconia avenue SW Bond was set at $125.  NOVAK MONUMENT CO.  FINE MEMORIALS SINCE 1892 203 14th Ave. SE Phone 364-4439 Markers, Monuments and Private Mausoleums  just-comple the legislature included owners under the now measure.  relief  brother, Brian C. Nelson. 4.  A ti t h o r i t i e s said the youngster's father, Willie Lee Nelson, had gone out to buy cigarets and their motlier, Pa trieia, was at work at Texas Children’s hospital, when the blaze began.  men! is already completed.  Rut the official stressed that throughout the negotiations there has been a “tendency to ward hangups” and that there was no certainty Kissinger would be able lo complete the settlement.  Colson also denied he had any _ part in drawing up the White House “enemies list,” but added that he would have agreed with putting Hughes name on it.  f ill'.'NII . . . f MI l» KUS HvUtvrn I'M RN  f in frow fii shop  5008 Center Pl. Rd. N.I.. 393-5585  <*  the amount of income actually going toward property taxes and on the applicant’s total income.  Information needed by renters to complete the form includes their total income for 1973, iii  Always A Welcome Gift! Planters with Green Foliage Terrariums  PIERSON'S'shop 1 *  1800 Ellis Blvd. NW  v  I LOWERPHONE 366-1 826/^  CENTURY BURIAL VAULTS  Since 1927  Charles, Henrietta, & Charles Jr. Pocbobradsky 4219 MT VERNON RI). 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