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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 19, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                WU1HCK StkVICt If 7AM I 10-M ?977 I (Continued from Page I i i Moines suburb of Pleasant Hill. leveling the jiolice club and .Elks building. injuries were DEATHS 'Continued from Page I.) Tin- Odar Itapidx Gazelle: Wed., June 19, 3A Memorial Services NHson. Andy at unof-.Tlminlay. Tiie Fi iciifK n v.iii i, Parkade Lighting UPI Rain is expected Wednesday night In eastern Oregon, southern Minnesota and parts of Pennsylvania and New York. Clear to partly cloudy elsewhere. were wordt'd at (hv Moiw-s aii'fxjrt, ;uui an hour north of DCS Moines winds and heavy Ji.'iil also struck Ames, For! Dodge, lioone and a score of ImprOVettient 86611 smaller communities r Power oulages, uprooted oi: '.in- upper blocked highway.-, and cily will probably he Hooding were reported through- out the storm area -siom-r A guard spokesman said an !engineer company from the 01- 'Hnnwa area v.as on Infilling, Hubei 'maneuvers at nearby (.'amp street ;i Dodge and was dispatched lo lAnkcny with hulldoyrrs, heavy i trucks and other equipmenl. Twenty military polieemen were also lo the stricken com- munity. Eastern Iowa able to "sec down the road to the point where wo would no; 'longer be. able to supply domes-; ''tie reactors with the fuel they: to produce; thc electricity i. country needs so badly Virtually Sixth Street Paving Work Awarded to Waterloo Firm Corp. ol tcrloo the low Wednesday for paving contraction of the .nicr SCCll0n thc T" T storm sower beneath ie SvV Sixth lhouKh lights arc uitslallcd in parkades. they are not illu- minaled night She said many women who municatioiis director, said. Krlcwine said the AKC has to Eighth avenue was sub- slop making new contracts to eompany hid milled by Dave Sdnnitt Con- supply nuclear fuels because ex about two percent over the cngi- struction Co It v.as well over isting contracts account for vir- estimate ol the estimate of and The only other bid. submitted was referred to Ihe cngincci-ins; by Quad Cily Construction Co.. department for study v.as 87 t Most of the paving project There was also only one bill v.-ill he partially funded under for construction of a hose lower thc Federal Aid to Metropolitan m (ire station number seven, systems program 'KAMI complete with al! equipment. The council voted to prepare healing, ventilation and dec- a resolution awarding tiie eon- Irical work The bid. by l.oomis Brothers C o n ,s I r u c 1 i u n Oj., v.as for Only one hid was rrceiu'd lor SI That was below Ihe es- timate of SlU.OOO. and the coun- _ cil voted lo draw a resolution Offers Future Services in er thc cs- pere received for window rejuvenation in thc velcrans memorial building. PPG Industries, Inc., hid and Allied Glass Prod- lually all UK- capacity of tiie Is of government plants that manu- tacuirc are at Oak Hidge, Tenn., Porlsrnoulli, Krlewine said private industry has failed to respond to ad- ministration appeals ihat n help the government in producing th" nuclear materials He said (lie government would cily couiicilnien thai al- able to meet all existing con- tracts lor tiie materials Swap for Medical School MILWAUKEE lAPi Kon Mclver's future is up for sale. daughter can camp and fish which he and his wife and A lone twisler was also seen [work in downtown stores have in Kastern Iowa and parking permits at the down near Kichardsville in llibiKiue county. No injures lhus n-''imrc'd ;is time to stop the leaks. It is'rcported. 'to park on upper levels. lime lo open lhe.se closed-door; About a third of Forl Dodgei When H'ey leave work at night; He's auctioning his eventual; Thus the approximately 75 proceedings to the sunshine without power after a stores close, Mrs.Cervices as a small-town towns he has chosen from ;truth." ivcre thunderstorm struck the'1'11'101' explained, they must goiin exchange for a subsidy that medical society rosters arc lie was speaking only icily early in the evening 'heir tars in the dark levels i would get him through medical, found in the lake-dotted slates Extended Forecast Cloudy i Douglas HdiOnian. Walevioo-ifor himself, Clawson protestcdjing M inches of rain in a the parking facility al a time school. of Wisconsin, Maine, Minnesota j.Memorial commission with a chance of rain Friday' Albert Ninth ]eaks damaging Nixon'minutu period. Winds gusted up'tllc parknde is His contract offer is being; Washington and Oregon through Sunday. Highs, 80s and1 Shu said the situation lo many of the rural com- Mclver. a native of (ireens- 90s. Lows in the (ills to 70s. Sylvia Aldricii, lihi-ipcachment inquiry wilh "the The Weather nets, Inc., bid 536.641. The bids were referred to the Bismarck .84 50 Minneapolis 81 59 .06 Chicago ..B064.IJ7 N.Orleans Denver ...9140 New York 8064 Duluth 7148 Phoenix Ill fl! Honolulu ..8867.24 Seattle ..8155 Houston ...9077 Washington B2 61 Walter Cook, Walker; 'Vl'om Seaton, 3856 drive SE; Kay 956 Ma- uk'wuod drive NE; each fincd alacrity of a carnival barker at Ihe counlry fair." He said Ro- lished, but details weren't dino has let thc committee available. A farm five miles west of rap" and other assaults, munities which thc U. S. depart-jboro. N. C., has taken prc- was reportedly demo- Steinbeck said he will consull ment of health, education medical courses at thc Universi- jm.with (Continued from Page 1.) as needingjty of Wisconsin, from which recent InonthsTruThad been _ Improper registration O. R. Weather i Floyd Kepler, 327 Sixth street! High Tuesday cosls Traffic Engineer Mel j welfare identifies about the lighting silua-jgeneral practitioners hut recently graduated. S20 and costs. Stewart of and thc inquiry! A funnel cloud was and see that it is improved, -poor to guarantee a prosperous: PuzzledI Replies Hiili Mcadowvicw drive, ihas become "a a near Clare 15 miles west of Forti "Wc'H something about! practice. He said replies to Ins letters Marion; fined and costs. by innuendo." Dodge but apparently hc "She has a very! "The idea isn't Mclver have run the range from enlhu- hospitalized since December. Called Coward 66 M Ml vehicle off roadway Clair, 1425 N street 1 ow overnichl K, ,i, Noon Wednesday SW; fined ?25 and costs. 2 p.m. Wednesday 81, Trattic _ Precipitation Total for June ..............3.11 Normal for June............5.21 Normal through- June ......16.61 Total for 1974 ..............24.37 Barometer, rising .........29.83 Humidity at noon ..........77% Wind direction and velocity al 2 p.m. NW at 5 mph. Sun rises Thursday, sun sets, Year Ago Today High 78; low, 60; rainfall, trace. Traveler's Forecast ..0.20 George Smith, 82G Center Point road NE; fined and costs. Donald Jackson, Solon; fined and costs. Stopping on traveled portion of road Kevin Capacciolic, Mt. Vernon; fincd and costs. Driver's license violation Ray Will, 1427 Third avenue SE; fined and costs. Craig Gardner, 728 Ninth avenue SE; Mansfield "Disturbed" Senate Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield said Wednesday he is "disturbed, and in a sense depressed by the delay and pro- crastination" in the impeach- ment inquiry and by the leaks _......, ,_ [touch down. Extensive tree Polnl age was reported in rural Clare, j In Ames, the roof of thc Svedc Transfer Co. was ripped by high winds. i Two Sightings There were at least two sight- fined and Murphy, 1500 costs. William Oakland road Thursday Bismarck Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Des Moines Detroit....... Indianapolis Kansas City Milwaukee Mpls.-St. Paul Okla. City Omaha Weather, Hi-Lo .'..PtCldy 89-fiO .Tshwrs 88-69 ..PtCldy 87-68 .PtCldy 85-66 ..PtCldy 94-70 ..PtCldy 82-59 ..PtCldy 90-68 ..PtCldy 95-77 ..Tshwrs 80-61 ..PtCldy 86-62 ___'.Fair 96-71 .Fair 96-66 St. Louis .......PtCldy 93-72 Sioux Falls .....PtCldy Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in brackets) LaCros.se (12) tall .3 Lansing (18) 11.7, fall .1 Dam 9 (18) 21.2, rise .2 McGregor (18) 13.6. rise .2 Guttcnbcrg (15) 12.2, rise .2 Dubuque (17) 14.5. rise .7 Davenport (15) 12.2, rise .4 Keokuk (16) 14.2, rise .1 Cedar at C.R. (13) RA'i, fall .41) Coraiville Lake Pool level Wednesday ..706.76 Births Mercy June 18 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Miller, Solon, a son. Births Luke's June 18 To the families of Clcamour Yarn, 1622 M street SW. a son; William Benin. 1137 Sixth street NW, a son; John M. Floranff, Norway, a daughter. Marriage Licenses Kathy Starry and Merck, both of Marion. NE; Mi c h a e 1 Ryan, 2828 Thirty-third avenue SW; each fined and costs. Striking fixtures adjacent to street Ronald McVay, Cen- tral City; fined and costs. Disturbing the peace Bill Johnson, 918 Eighth street SE; fined and costs. Improper passing Chad Smittkamp, 3312 Oakland road NE; fined and costs. Intoxication Michael Ur- banelr, 615 Fifteenth street NE; fined S40 and costs. Iowa Deaths Derorali Lillian Rclf, 81. Olson-Fjelslul's. Oelwcin Jack Kane, 48. Stanwood Leonard Kop- penhaver, 58. Thursday al St. Paul's Lutheran church. Hoerner's. Montezuma Genevieve Decker, 68. Thursday at 2, Nc- venhoven's in Brooklyn. Anamosa Thomas Stimp- son, 80. Friday at Gocttsch's. Belle IMainc Clyde R. Hargrave, 60. Fridav at 2 p.m., Hrabak's. Independence Leo C. Mohring, 77. Friday at at St. John's. Burial: Littleton cemetery. Parish rosary Thurs- day at 3, wake service al p.m. While's. Manchester Betlina Con- rad, 28. Thursday at 2 p.m., Bohncnkamp's. Williamsburg Wi 1 I i a m Cash, 70. McSwiggin and Uhl- inann's. surrounding it. The delays result from activi- ties of the executive branch but the leaks come from committee sources, the Montana senator told reporters. (Continued from Page 1.) said. ''The army, navy and U. ;S. Health Service will pav your i medical school tuition if you j agree to work for them awhile after graduation." sources said. Hail the size of golfballs was seen. Six mobile homes in an Ames trailer court destroyed but no injuries were reported. P. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Nie-! Despite repeated gufferad siasm to "a couple of puzzled responses 'Is tfiis Of 30 Wisconsin towns he has contacted since hc began his search four months ago, 20 have During Zhukov's stormy ca- reer thc military planner guy climbed to the upper reaches of I power in the Soviet Union. But -Impeachment- (Continued from Page 1.) Michacljlo remove Cox well before the actual firing." Marriages Dissolved Patricia Ann and Clarence! Larry Staton. Sarah J. and Gene D. Phillips. Mary Atkin- son and James McKoy. Sherry and Ralph Swallom. Judy Ann and Thomas Dale Netcotl. Lois The Baltimore Sun reported j there was a Ilircal lo remove Cox on July 23, after pub- lication of a report thai Cox was investigating federal expendi- tures at Nixon's San demonic. Calif., home. Elaine and Ni-. chols. Deborah Lucimla and While House chief of staff Al- Dcan Donald DcSotel. Mary P.iOxandcr Haig discussed Ihe and Alvin K. demons. Linda with Richardson and a'nd Rrandt and LaDonnn Cox not strung enough, Sword. Teresa K. and WilUcjtllo Sun said. The paper said Edward Hay. Barbara .1. himself got cm Ihe line William Stiinok Robert n and Mary .Iran Snell. Marian! h h Fraiu-es and Clell David Cmil-! Leaks Assailed j Meanwhile, a While House Fires .spokesman said Nixon is being a.m. Tuesday. Train to'll'icd by innuendo through a crass rear of -I747 First nvi SK. I L'lB n.m. Tuesday. Shurt in elrrlrical panel al 33111) C Ihe piirposefnl eflorl p.nt playing will avenue NW from the White House that the committee open its sessions, Ro- dino indicated they will remain closed for the examination ol any witnesses that might be called. A decision on whether to call any, and who they might be, will be made next week. Petersen, Ervin In Clash over Breakin Probe WASHINGTON (UPI) As- sistant Attorney General Henry Petersen, who had day-to-day responsibility for the original Watergate investigation, and Senator Ervin got into a loud, bitter debate Wednesday over the justice department's role in the probe. At one point, Petersen pound- ed the witness table and shout- ed, "By God, give us a The exchange took place dur- ing a hearing by the senate judi- ciary committee on the nomina- tion of Earl Silbert to be U. S. attorney in Washington. Silbert was the chief Watergate prose- cutor until May, 1973. Pelersen erupted over a suggestion by Ervin that the case against the five Water- gale burglars could have been prepared in 30 minutes. Petersen said it was inconsis- tent for Ervin to claim the jus- ice department obtained the original indictments even .hough it had evidence that lighcr-ups in Ihe White House and the Nixon re-election orga- nization were involved, while at !he same time saying Ihe case could have been prepared in lalf an hour. you get your wait cuts and bruises when their mo- bile home was blown over. There were scattered power failures in Des Moines and sev- eral suburbs, including Alloona which was hit by damaging winds and hail for the second time in less than a week. Flood- ed streets hampered drivers in some Des Moines areas. Trees, buildings and roofs in the Des Moines metropolitan area received considerable wind damage. Heavy damage to trees was reported in Boone. A tree blown across Iowa 17 near Luther, south of Boone, blocked traffic for a time. Earlier in the evening, Iowa Falls reported golfball sized hail and .6 inch of rain in an hour. Webster City had large hail and heavy rain. Six Homes in Iowa City Hit added. "Change thai sweeps away what was obsolete and what may have been wrong in the past is what we consider benefi- cial." "Arduous Journey" Nixon, showing thc wear and tear of his nine days of travel, with positive curiosi where you go when you're and he is negotiating with ishcd with school. The obvious [four in particular, he said, thing to do is pick the town I! He asks Ihat his sponsor pro- want 'vide luition, fees and a monthly Mental Freedom Iiv'n8 He isaid he has been accepted at He said his plan would also j Michigan State university and give him greater mental Kansas City College of Os- i dom while in school. He accused medical colleges of program- ming students to become lucra- described his trip to thc Middle j tive big-city specialists rath East "as a very long and rural family doctors ousjourney." he was denounced as a coward by dictator Josef Stalin after his World war II victories. The late Premier Nikita Khrushchev rehabilitated Zhu- kov as defense minister but then fired him three months later for "Bonapartism." Born Dec. 2, 1896, in a peasant village in central Russia, the 5- foot-6-inch, blue-eyed Zhukov first served with the cavalry but teopathic Medicine. "I'll guarantee a year of ser- soon realized tanks had outmod- ed the horse and rose quickly through the ranks of .senior So- viet officers thinned by Stalinist vice for each year in he said. The only fringe benefit he in- Mclver. who lives in Madison, jsjsts on is that there be a picas- style is sufficiently modest to assure him comfort as an os- teopath in a community of 600- "I can sit and watch it and fish in he said. "I am not a powerboat man." As for Spinola's new govern-jsays he figures his taste in life ant body of water nearby. mcnt, Nixon said, "I have as- -j--- '-1 sured him he will have not only the understanding of the govern- ment of the United States but to population. He "said he Ihe extent we are able our a quiet town with pleas-' port in meeting the challenge." The two presidents made no reference to the soon-to-expire i U. S. to J purges. He became chief of staff in 1941 when Nazi forces were bludgeoning the Russia's west- ern front. But after the war, Stalin ban- jished him to obscure military I posts, apparently out of jealousy his popularity. Mines "Not There" aworski Denies JChames "Vaaue" Thougl1 zhukov'sfacticsoften ant people and a lake beside Social Service Chairman Says jexpectedly flew in from Lisbon IOWA CITY -jln Iowa City, hours early for Nixon's ar- six homes were reported struck by lightning during the height of the storm Tuesday night and Wednesday morning. The .Johnson county sheriff's department radio tower at the criurthouse received a direct hit torn a lightning bolt shortly before midnight. were considered brilliant, he re- lied heavily on his country's huge reservoir of manpower. When Eisenhower once asked WASHINGTON (UPI) Spe- leging "abuse" of tax dollars in him now his soldiers dealt witn cial Prosecutor Leon Jaworski, that department as fields, Zhukov replied: subjected to some criticism for1 light sentences several people Defendants Get Richard Wenzel, chairman of r r ithe Linn county board of social vxTT IOO taSI ly (services, described a petition and agreement allowing the maintain a crucial air base in the Azores. Wednesday's hour-long sion was billed by White House aides as a "courtesy but Spinola's aides said the talks would involve Portugal's new international role since a military overthrow of the old rightist government April 25. Hundreds Greet A crowd of several hundred were on hand to greet Nixon here and President Spinola un- not true "what we're hearing. "People capable of working that the accused are getting off are en a free bandwagon having too lightly." !a gsod time and laughing at us Hc came under particularjwhile they spend our got after pleading guilty of Wa-isented to the Linn supervisors tergate-related offenses, has de-Tuesday, holds 275 signatures, fended the penalties as proper. iOne complaint alleged inade- Jaworski said in an intcrviewiquate investigation of welfare published by the New York1 recipients by the social services Times Wednesday that it was'department. 'pretty general." wg CQme (o a The petition, which was our attacks as ,f rival Spinola told Nixon he was the criticism for allowing former said Walt Homsey, jr., one first foreign head of state that Spinola had met since taking Attorney General Richard G.l'he signers. Klcindienst lo plead guilty of "The social welfare depart- over thc Portuguese count of failing to answer ment is just handing out money mcnl. Nixon flew here from questions fully before a senate left and right with no investiga- !committee. Jaworski and Judge'tion into the circumstances." it were not there. The losses we get from personnel mines we consider equai to those we would have got from machine guns and artillery if the Ger- mans had chosen to defend that particular area." When Eisenhower was Pres- ident and Zhukov came to the defence ministry after Stalin's ieath, Ihere was worldwide spo ..lation that the friendship might lead to better Soviet- Am e r i c a n relations. Zhukov Amman, Jordan. Tuesday Hart were then cri- continued. "There are all kinds! Ining after an eight-day Hart Savc Klein- ol abuses. This knocked out all radioi'hat look him miles a suspended sentence. answered that "they communication between thc de- partment and its radio cars. The condition continued Wednes- Jfive Middle East nations in a bid! Hart also defended the taxpayers and are 'to plav a continuing as well as a about lax dollars and so i am i Bu w Eisenhower, addressing him as "Dear Old Comrade in and the President re- iferred to Zhukov at a news con- con_lference as "my old friend." But before anything concrete result- day morning with Ihe depart- iicnl relaying its messages through the Iowa Cily police leparlmcnt basis. Insurance swccl disposition homo and 'T1'0 owners responded. reporting damage done to Iheir "1 don't have a sweet disposi-inomcs and iullos h.v tree Pelersen said. limbs. Pelersen added. "This is ,t! crrible. Icrrible. terrible thing.! ncre- wm- unconfirmed us justice, will On Tuesday. committee interviewed Diehard Klein- dienst, the second of President Nixon's four attorneys general and now uiu'er probation for .10 davs. Israelis. P r c s s Secretary Zicgler said the President now a maker 'role he displayed "towardjani 1 But we need specific :Klcindicnsl. He gave Klein- allegations so we can check on idicnst a one-month sentence i The ex-Prem.er wrote m fine June 7, then suspend-! He noted that a formal meet- memoirs Ihat he considered Klcin-i'ig of the board of social a potential "red Napo- Ins on a emergency plans "to take a personal with Secretary of Stale K both, while saying Jdienst had a "heart' Ihat is on June 28 would take lie said Ihe Soviet Union coulcln t tolerate the chance of a There were unconfirmed ro--nnssion ports of tornadoes being seen about M miles easl of Jackson Jdil Prisoner Junction Tuesday night. In Oelwein. Ihe Iowa Public And Nixon called a meeting otj Hart said in an interview lo Wenzel was not P .wd he cfo his cabinet and of bipartisaniHshcd Tuesday by Ihe Washing- available for comment on o h d 11] fl congressional leaders for Thurs-! Ion Star-News thai he had Ihe drive for signa- island .un day to report on his Middle Kasl ccived several hundred letters, some of them "vitriolic." about the sentence bul he would do the same thing again. "You must do what you think Treated; Cut Wrist is right." Hart said, "and not Tuesday. Child [bring down li mulches al rismoke-filled Service reported eleclricily was Douglas Fields, a prisoner at I off lo northeast and snulhcastjlhi1 Linn county jail, slit a wrist 'sections of Ihe cily aboul -llljwilh a broken light bulb Tues- Kleinriienst told Ihe rommil-jiiiinules following a lighlninglday afl'.'rncon, authorities said. scries of memos leaked from-Ice that he stayed deliheralelyif'lrike on one of ils lines. He was treated at SI. Luke's! closed-door impeachment in-'aloof from Ihe original Waler-! The milage affected the and lo the jail. gale invesligalinn. radio center as well as Ihe resi-JThe 22-year-old l.'edar Rapids! Kleindicnsl said Dial he wasidcnlial areas. .man is awailing Irial on a .charge of robbery with aggrava- Ihe wind'lion. 'what an uninformed public might BROSH CHAPEL Cedar Rapids Inquire Almul Our 1'ro-arransnl Serving Solnn room nperalions by of Nixon-haling par- Magistrate's Court lisans is an allronl lo the sensej In go beyond Ihe original seven defendanls in Ihe June 17, 1972. W.-ilergalehreakin light Up Someone's day with Floweis PIERSON'S "S 1800 till. Blvd. NW FLOWERPHONE 366-1 816 and lightning storm. Oelwein reported inches rain, as did Mochanicsville. 101- Let our Flowers express your respect and love FLORIST and GIFT SHOP 364-B139 phonn amwefod 2i< houis nvn.ry dny. Only one service... our best to all. Cost is entirely a matter of personal choice, John Son 'rumor's Lnsl. BOO Second Avo. SI. Turnofs Wosl, Avo. Wnsl 10 CALLS IN 1 DAY FOR 3 SPEED BICYCLE SOLD! "Real happy to get so many tails. Usually do have good luck with Gazette Want said Arlon Nelson. 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