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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 21, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                NA7IOHM WtAIHH T. Soli: Harry Theodore Sdk, 70, of l': avi-nuc NW, a trii.'sl of hi" liln (iu-i! Thiii.iiiay a Iji'ii-f .M.iM ii ,'J, ilJOi. jli Keystone, he moved lo Cedar Itapids in I'Jltl, an'l had IM-I-II employed a'. Cherry i'.iirrel Co J. Claude GooHonough .1 Claude of 010 Third street SW, died Thurs- ;ilh-r ;i niji'-ss horn ri'siili-nl of Cedar liapids. Hi.- was a retired employe of (Continued from Page I.) risdiction into the impeachment process that the Constitution as- I The Cedar KujiiUs Gazette: Frl.. June 1971 to pay them, but lie saidi previously he would voluntarily'! Balance Altered" :pay Up. i (Continued from Page 1.) IKS' figure for 19B9 fcnt lu uii ou secret, but congress' joint expectations 'mittee on internal revenue taxa-: UP! WtATHU fOlOCASI Rain is expected Friday night from the mid plains, northeastward throughout the mid Mississippi valley, Ohio-Tennessee valley and into most of the northeast. Clear to partly cloudy elsewhere. He .said prison "would if. in my Vfw ;i U-nl. of the procedures payment at most ppular d.-cisioii.'It would pressed hy the special "The President plans 10 pay 'a lt.r, prosecutor would be to produce all liie amounts that he said lie .evidence for the congress including that for interrupted member ,he a White House spokesman j lm until Ins retirement five years American Federation of OHn Nixon's he is making his _ V0ll are AUIVIV-.toi-nty, :.aid. .sck-uuiu. :a dead horse." (.eseil sail! puiv i inn i MI ,i mv> If this is permitted, they When members of the judici-Jlic opinion would not sway him in.li i .inly I, Ijl.j, u, Atl.mt.i. c o m mitt e e way or the other. Williams, aH of (.Vdar Hapids, in ways thai-Thursday that the staff had! he sentenced the dcfcnd- and .laim-s Thorn'', Chii-ai'o. no inn- alive today could predict raced through the tax fUisell said, "Thc court at or measure." Chairman Itodino does recognize that L'olson's "Often a price has to lie I: paiil in the short term in order iv to preserve the principle of separation of powers, ami thereby to preserve the basic constitutional hahmees, in the longer the Nixon attor- neys continued. .St. Clair.said that few eases in Party-Line Split Deal with Jaworski 7 iimi, 10 me nean 01 me uusic- me committee divided alongj Colson had been charged with Scivices: p.m. Monday al 7, 1I.JJ, jn ,ines on the question ofjconspiraey lo obstruct He anil l.era Martin narried July Mr. Selk was a veteran of World war II, ami a member of .tin; Ami-rica.'i MH! Triiii- i, .Service.1: Sunday at 2 ;ty Lutheran Jirosh chapel hv the very I! sumv.ni! to j f kj I arc a dnufihl.T. Mrs. jKunaril, and a :.on, .la-k jbiilh of Cedar Hapids; five (grandchildren; two sisters, Mr.s. j Robert Meyer, Keystone, Mrs, jit i chard Pipperl, Garrison; three Hay, l.al'orte Robert Rohrer Robert W. Itohrer, 7-1, of Liniii Junction road, rural route agreed to further examination j puw jc was somewhat dis- at Friday's closed session. ported" but that he had to send Also ui tap Friday was a him to prison. review of the secret bombing of: The sentence means that Col- neutral Cambodia a serious j son must serve at least one year impeachable offense in the eyes at an institution not yet desig- of some erstwhile Vietnam I nated. The judge cave him unlil doves here. July 8 to surrender. City- Vincent Newbur" Ore Junction road, rural route iandAlbr C o.' I'M Friday a brief; "llness. Horn N'ov. 7, 1890, to the lieatt of the Ihe comi. j Rev. j Burial Lutheran church by the Hie-hard L. Thompson. Linwood. Then.- will be Monticello, he had resided in justice Cedar Kapids and vicinity theiour are rooted impeachable obstructing justice in (lie last 21 years. The Weather Extended Forecast Partly cloudy Sunday and Monday with a chance of rain Tuesday. Highs, 70s to low 80s. Lows, in 50s. Hifth lemperalures Thursday, low tem- peratures ovcrniahl and inches of pre- cipitation: Anchorage 6351 L. Angetei 8i Atlanta ...TO63 Miami 847! Bismarck B9 5! .m Minneapolis 63 .31 Chicago N.Orleans 3967.07 Denver ....9558 New York .8573.. Dululh ...7848 Phoenix ..11183. Honolulu ..8874 Seattle ....7153.. Houston ..9078 Washington 8870.. C. R. Weather High Thursday.............91 Low overnight ...............67 Noon Friday .................80 2 p.m. Friday ................82 Precipitation .................37 Total for June ..............3.48 Normal for June ..........5.21 Normal through June 16.61 Total for 1974..............24.74 Barometer, falling .........29.67 Humidity at noon....... Wind direction and velocity at 2 p.m. S at 6 mph. Sun rises Saturday, sun sets, Year Ago Today High, 77 low, 59; rainfall, none. Traveler's Forecast Saturday Weather, Hi-Lo Bismarck........PtCldy 72-54 Chicago .........PtCldy 75-59 Cincinnati Shwrs 80-58 Cleveland .......PtCldy 71-52 Des Moines Detroit Indianapolis Kansas City Milwaukee .Shwrs 73-55 ....Fair 75-50 .Tshwrs 79-56 .Tshwrs 82-62 .PtCldy 63-50 Mpls.-St. Paul .PtCldy 74-50 Omaha 82-60 St. Louis........Tshwrs 84-60 Sioux Falls .PtCldy 74-51 Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in brackets) LaCrosse (12) 9.4, fall .3 Lansing (18) 12.0, rise .4 Dam 9 (18) 21.2, no change McGregor (18) 14.2, rise .5 Guttenberg (15) 13.0, rise .7 Dubuque (17) 16.3, rise 1.5 Davenport (15) 12.9, rise .6 Keokuk (16) 14.7, rise .2 Cedar at C.R. (13) 0.0, fall .10 Coraiville Lake Pool level Friday.....706.07 June 20 To the families of Christine Miller, 314 Norwich drive SW, a daughter; Thomas Harris, 225 Twenty-ninth street drive SE, a daughter; Jerome Lcnlncr, 1780 Valley View drive, Marion, a daughter. June 21 To the families of Russell Williams, 2621 Johnson avenue NW, a son; Edward Mattes, Boca Chica, Hia- watha, a son. Births Luke's June 20 To the families of James Tripp, 1224 Rainbow boulevard, Hiawatha, a daugh- ter; James Vogt, 384 Thirty- first street SE, a son; Scott Andrea, 1800 Ninth avenue SW, Wi ley, Patricia inul j Charles Hencke, Diane Fried-1 man and David Bradley, Ardis Lloyd, and William Schindlcr, all of Cedar Rapids. Lillian Mr- '.ena, Cedar Rapids, and Ernie P o d li a j s k y, Traer. Annette Tharp, Bloomfielct, and Michael Coaler, Cedar Rapids. Nancy Miller, Marion, and Sidney Kruger, Cedar Rapids. Cheri and Ralph Dunn, jr., both of Coggon. Janice Shipton, Cedar Rapids, and Dale Wind- miller, Griggsvllle, 111. Michelc Prochaska and Wcs Cervcny, both of Fairfax. Marriages Dissolved Tamae and George Oliphant. Fires p.m. Thursday. Malfunc- tion of alarm system at 1820 First avenue NE. p.m. Thursday. Rescue person from roof at 1407 Sev- enth avenue SE. p.m. Thursday. Appar- ent false alarm at 1776 Mallory street SW. a.m. Friday. Malfunction of alarm system at 118 Second avenue SE. Magistrate's Court Speeding Carol Garrell, 137 Twenty-ninth street drive SE; fined and costs. Bever- ly Sanders, Solon; Tony Bara- nowski, 1614 Third avenue SE; each fined and costs. Al- bert Sturtz, 1332 Ninth street NW; Nate Cohn, 2222 First ave- nue NE; each fined and costs. Charles LeGrand, Lisbon; Rex Smith, jr., Hiawatha; Allen Heintz, Springville; each fined and costs. Traffic signal violation Arden Fitzsimmons, 1326y2 Second street SE; fined and costs. Mark Olinyk, Coe col- lege; fined and costs. Intoxication Wilma Lewis, 1127 Sixth street NW; Gerald Hepker, no address; each fined and costs. Plate violation a son; Edward Burncll, 1705 B street'SW, a son; Daviil Bccsc, 82II Twenty-seventh street, Marion, a son; Michael Elliott, Maiiclle, a daughter. Out of Town Births At Medford, Ore. Dr. and Mrs. Marlun Morse, a son June 20. Mrs. Morse is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene lltcn, 3200 Twelfth avenue SE. At Carol Stream, III. Mr. Mrs. Michael Swanson, son June 20. Swanson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Swan sun, 155 Twentieth street drive NW. Al Overland Park, Kan. Mr and Mrs. Donald Schlcy. :t daughter June 19. Schlcy is (hi son of Mr. and Mrs. Hurry Schlcy, 1512 Tenth avenue SW. Marriage Licenses Sally Cor.k and Steven Tay- lor .I'mllth Martin and John flriihitm, Kathleen Carleton and .lames Cole, Diane Kren- bi-ri.'rr nncl Daniel Ilernncki, I -iiiircn Joshua Sun, Mt. Vcrnon; fined and costs. Driver's license violation Danny Fenton, 5409 .1 street SW; fined and costs. Faulty equipment Terry Wells, Davenport; Becky Stout, Palo; Jak Jones, 2925 Johnson avenue NW; each fined and costs. Driving on wrong side Courtright Hawley, 3200 South- land street SW; fined and costs. Striking unattended vehicle Joyce Carman, 1210 Eight- eenth street NW; fined and costs. Striking fixtures adjacent to street Margaret Glcason, 1506 E avenue NE; fined and costs. Meter violation Randy Hey, 1323 B avenue NE; fined and costs. Harry Hittc, 1624 Fourth avenue SE; fined and costs. Iowa Deaths Ochvcin Newell Davis, 71. Seed Oats Trial Comes To an End The seed oat fraud scheme rial came to a close in Cedar Rapids federal court Friday norning with the final witness being government rebuttal witness Barbara Blake, a "ormer employe of Interstate Seed Brokers. Mrs. Blake, formerly of Audu- 3on but now living in Sterling, Colo., testified she worked part time as a secretary for the firm- and its two officials, Duane Sarby and Mert Wolf. She also said she used to be a "personal friend" of Sarby's, having met him while both were employed by the Carlson Sun- flower Co. in Audubon. She later commuted to Omaha 80 miles away to work, "one or two days a for Interstate. Commission decks Mrs. Blake testified that the two defendants in the trial senl 5 0 commission checks to dealers "so people would stop bothering them." She also said the reasoning behind raising dealership fees was that "they said if they could get they might as well try for more." The men she said, thought "farmers were easy to sell to they would buy anything." When Interstate went out ol business, Mrs. Blake claimed, Sarby and Wolf thought it was "like a joke or something." She said they didn't feel it was "very serious." The defense's sole witness, Sarby, finished testimony Thursday afternoon. Denies Allegation He denied being what Asst. U. S. Atty. Alan Kirshen termed "a silent partner" in Northern Seed Brokers of Waterloo, one of the other firms indicted for fraud. In replying to a question by Kirshen, Sarby said farmers who argued that Interstate promised a "buy back" arrange- ment of their oat harvest were "liars." He also said he intended to inspect the crop of oats Inter- state sold to farmers but that his business folded before the crop came in. military services at the ccmc-l Surviving are a son, Milo, and, ,.A1, considcralions tcry by he American Legion. a daughter, Mrs. becausc found Friends may call at Turner of Monliccllo; seven grand- ,h J, f t, chapel west until 9 p.m. Sunday jc hi hire n and 16 js vila] lhc' prescrva. and at the church from 10 a.m.jgrandchildrcii. llioil Of our Constitution as a liv- p.m. Monday, 'i'het Services: Turner chapel castling body of fundamental jits core, this is a case that turns j duct could he charged to Nixon i Watergate cover-up cose and on the separation of powers." i for underpaying his taxes. jwith conspiracy to violate the Rep. Mezvinsky (D-lowal said serious questions" in and hoped the civil rights of Ellsberg's psychi- atrist in the plumbers case. Both those charges were dis- pu missed Friday. until casket will not be opened. at noon Monday by the Rev. Saturday Hazlcton Methodist church. Brant's. Toledo Glen L. Steward, 67. Monday at 2, Henderson's. Burial: Haven cemetery, nival Tama, flag presentation by tlie Toledo American Legion post. Anna Hull, 88. Saturday at 2, Holm's. Decorah Mrs. Ticne. Ho- scnthal, 75. Saturday at 11 Fir.st Lutheran church. Olson- Ficlstul's. Decorah Aclella Curtis, 8-1 Saturday at 10, Steinc's. Burial Morgan Center cemetery, Crcs- co. Iowa City Angela Whet- stine, -I. Saturday at George L. Gay's. Burial: Wash- ington cemelery. There will lie no visitation. A memorial has been established. i Inclopentlnicr Alta M. nasqiiln. (ill. Saturday at Hope Abandoned for 10 Aboard Cruiser LONG BEACH (DPI) The coast guard Friday gave up for lost the 10 people aboard the pleasure cruiser Shooting Star. The week-long search for sur- vivors of Hie craft, which sank off Mexico, officially ended al midnight Thursday. "All reasonable possibilities of detecting possible survivors in it area have been exhaust- a coast guard spokesman Nellie t. Wagner United Methodist Nellie E. Wagner, 100, of 430JBuri al Oaksvood Junrcath drive NE, widow ofjMonticello. Friends may call Willard L. Wagner, died Friday Turner at her home following a illness. Born Doc. 19, 1873, Services Columbus, Wis., she was Eugene E. 10 a.m. ried Nov. 7, 1894, in in St. Wcnceslaus where she lived before by the Rev. Clarence to Cedar Rapids 14 years ago. She was a member of Burial: Cedar Memorial. Wake service: p.m. Friday, Kuba funeral home east. wood United Methodist Bolctta Olmstcad and a charter member of at at Christ tfilman Dwelle chapter of Presbyterian church by n Rev. Robert Bouton. Burial: Survivors include two Memorial. Friends may call at Turner west. ters, Mrs. Reid Lyford, Aimee Saturday Rapids; Mrs. D. L. 3 at Turner chapel west by Missoula, Mont.; three Rev. Lyle V.-Kuehl. Burial: daughters and ten cemetery. Friends may call at Turner west. Blanche Pauline Services: Monday at at at Turner wood United Methodist east by Dr. Arnolc Burial: Sunset Rest cemelery, Northwood. Friends may call at the Conner funeral home. Burial: Oakwood cemetery, Monticello. Friends may call at Turner east until 1 Saturday. The casket will not be wood. The family suggests after thc service. friends may, if they wish, tribute to the charity of ads are easy to use and choice. Turner's east was quick, satisfying re- charge oflocal Dial 398-8234. Seven Injured in Cn T ffa A i j 5 a Xli e M K. roTTic Seven persons were injured Holsingcr, 68, of 120 four traffic accidents street SE, suffered and early Friday None and bruises Thurs- The most recent accident sent Edward Cable, 30, of when she was injured in a car-pedestrian accident at the Eighth street NW, lo St. of First avenue and hospital suffering from a street NE. above thc left eye and torn was treated at St. Luke's ments in his left Cable was injured when the motorcycle he was riding struck a parked car at a.m. Friday in front of C17 Eighth said she ran into thc side of a car driven by Joseph A. Chiaramonle, 1539 Washington avenue SE NW. No charges were charges were filed in thc She was hurt when she Four persons were treated at St. Luke's hospital Thursday after they were injured in a to run across the southbound lane of Thirty-fourth street. car collision at First avenue Fortieth slreet J. Pratt, 35, of 2S08 Police said the accident drive NW, suffered a curred when a car driven cut Thursday in a two-car Nora Shay. 32, of 1734 at the intersection of avenue NW, and another road and Council driven by Barbara J. NE. 38, of Wyoming, collided car driven by Pratt and a Shay attempted to make a driven by Steven D. Shif- St. Clair contended. "Not Sovereign" The White House lawyers also at fraud and! Colson guilty on June jat other possible criminal of-i3 to a newly drawn charge of senses, said Mezvinsky. "The whole area of taxes could fall have been named an unindicted co-conspirator on grounds he is inot subject to normal criminal jrocesses. They said such ac- ion also prejudices the ongoing mpeachment inquiry. Jaworski responded that the 'ramers of the Constitution 'were very careful to provide for a presidency with defined and limited constitutional powers and not the prerogatives and immunities of a sovereign." Jaworski argued that "under our Constitution the people are sovereign and the President, though Chief Executive and chief of state, remains subject to the law." "Although there have been a few notorious instances in our history in which Presidents have refused to give appropriate force to judicial decrees, or are reported to have made disdain- ful statements about the deci- sions, non involved directly dis- obedience of a court Jaworski wrote. "More impor- tantly, it is the judgment of his- into even the White House's re- strictive definition of what con- stitutes an impeachable of- fense." Mezvinsky said he was partic- ularly troubled by the IRS1 ini- tial acceptance of a deduction for the gift of vice- presidential papers a. deduc- tion disallowed upon re-audit. Rep. Wiggins (R-Calif.) found Nixon "pure as the driven and Rep. McClory (R- said the President has been "vindicated" by the IRS. tory that those were essentially lawless departures from constitutional norm." the turn in front of Woodard's car. said. Search sh age. Shay was treated for head and NE, collided, neck injuries at St. Luke's bos- No charges were filed in the pital. Panel Told IRS Eyed Nixon Tax Fraud Penalty Gazette Leased Wires WASHINGTON The house judiciary committee was told Friday the Internal Revenue Service considered citing Pres- ident Nixon for civil fraud inj connection with his income tax! returns for 1969-72, committee; members said. The IRS finally decided on a 5 percent penalty for negligence, in addition to finding that Nixon underpaid his taxes by over the four-year period, they said. Discussion within IRS over whether to cite Nixon for fraud or negligence was brought to the attention of the committee in connection with its impeach- ment inquiry. Committee members said the decision to settle for the lesser a 50 was r u, IRS Commissioner felt, 1 of 4418 Walker street Bander. Manchester Woman T@ Energy Council DES MOINES (AP) Ap- pointment of five people as pub- lic members of the state's new energy policy council was an- nounced Frid'ay by Gov. Robert Ray. The five, whose terms wi run until June 30, 1975, are: Orren S. Olson, 60, Hum- boldt farmer and president of the board of the Iowa Assn. of Rural Electric Cooperatives. Robert D. Porter, 46, Sioux City independent oil jobber. Harriette J. Baum, 63, Man- obstructing justice. In that plea he admitted that in 1971 he concocted and carried out a scheme to "defame and destroy the public image and credibility" of Ellsberg, then nearing trial in the Pentagon Papers case. In return for the plea, special Watergate prosecutor Leon Ja- worski made public his under- standings with Colson. Agree To Testify "Mr. Colson will immediately provide statements under oath and will produce all relevant documents in his possession upon the request of the Water- gate special prosecution the Jaworski letter to Colson's attorney said. "He may be required to testify as a witness for the U. S. in any Chester business woman and real estate broker. Harriette Lindberg, 32, Des Moines homemaker and former- ly an education consultant to Iowa Power and Light Co. James F. Fuller, 45, Musca- tine, general manager of Mus- catine Power and Water Co. penalty fraud calls for a percent assessment made bv accident. Police said onc of thc Not Paid Members of thc impeachment inquiry said they also learned Three members of an Onslow overhead traffic lights had been while Nixnn nas paid his family who were riding in Wood-lllrnnrl fmm l01 r... .1------.. ard's car were injured. They (Continued from Page 1.) Ohio, Portland State in Oregon and did graduate work at thc University of Oregon. He holds a bachelor of science degree in public affairs. He was an administrative in- tern in Beaverton and Spring- field, Ore., before coming to Burlington. He served as lieu- tenant in the U. S. army artil- lery from 19S6 to 19C9. Painter is married. He and his wife, Becky, who accom- panied him to Marion Thursday, have one child. Fred Day, the former city manager, resigned May II) for I health reasons. and all cases with respect to which he may have relevant in- formation." Colson himself said he pled guilly lo regain his "ability to tell everything I know about the Watergate and Watergate- relaled matters." He said he would not have been able to do that while a de- fendant in two cases. Conversion After leaving the White House in March, 1973, Colson said he became a Christian. He met frequently for prayer and fel- lowship with a group including Hughes. Hughes has said it was at these meetings that Colson, on his own, decided to plead guilty. Colson himself would not dis- cuss the circumstances sur- rounding his plea except to say that it oc- curred because of his becoming a Christian. Outside the court, Colson made a brief statement to re- porters. "I just want to say one thing and that's all I'm going to say: I've committed my life to Jesus Christ. I can work for the Lord in prison or out of prison and that's what I intend to he said. "What happened today is the Lord's will and the court's She's SpectaH let her Know with Flowers PIERSON'SFLSHr 1800 ELLIS BLVD. N' Flowc'rphone :I6S-1826 were: Charles Castle. 2fi, who suf-j turned from Collins road 1970 through Council street, which ,lc has still not back northbound cars on for 1959 fercd a head injury; Dcbby lie, 18. who suffered a right street the green light at Ihej .since the statute of limitations as traffic on cxpjrcti [or nlc taxes, :tlu President could not be rc-j ankle injury anil Hramly Castle, is found wreck- Juncs- Thc-v wm- Luke's hospital. 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