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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 24, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                DEATHS y Geiger Is Dead; A J I V And Carpenter1 u Court (Continued from Page 1.) 'Continued from Page 1.) Thr Cedar Gazelle: Mon., June 21. Billion Less Expected: Nixon ilended to fix substantive consti- the senate committee, "has a ituliunal limitations, deriving! 35-page report" which Sen. Krvinj WaS C.R, Artist tht'Kirsl the committee chair-i iKt-hnquist said. I ,i man, is silting on and which; the CIA won't Col-' WASHINGTON -Pres-'bert Stein of the Council of Kco- Nixon said Monday thatinomic Advisers, White House Key I the federal deficit lor the fiscal-aide Kenneth Rush mid Chair- vear Oilson sec; E Howard Hunt, qui.- lhc on he said it would bo wrong "toson saicl- "Um My belman Arthur Burns of the Fed- 'a woinj.n7.tlV a sccs E Howard billion, or" S2 billion Reserve Board, bare midriff even a ont' the sc'vcfi nicn less Ilian earlier --The most effective weapon properly charged jury unani-convicted in connection with the He said the administration1 for combating inflation as 1 mously agieed on a verdict of Watergate breakni as Ihe key would try to restrict federal ex-; have said repeatedly is a policy Ule im.0lvi.rm-nt Hunt- pendilures during Ihe 1975 fiscal :of fiscal and monetary restraint In Ihe Califcrnii ease Ihe i I year lo S300 billion, which would !bv in me tdllioinia case, Ihe Was placed on lhe Whit" House J "'U1' iil su8SCstion. the increases in con- federal was placed on lhe Whit" 'yroll al Coison's suggestion. rejection of a national standard ''rio1' stall, matcly Sll billion lo billion.: pricc.s, while disappoinl- reimires the application of a Hum worked for Robert U. Mul-' Budget ing. only serve lo re-emphasize ...Jen and Co., a Washington pub- impurtanee of rigor and lie relations firm. Colson said he He said that by fiscal 1976 he cific and smaller geographical Jiinir's Knowledge did not know at the time that hoped to bring the federal budg- patience in slicking to that course. Appeal to Congress Ul'l WlAltllklOlOCAM Rain is expected Monday night in most of New Mexico, southern Texas, Florida and portions of the northeast. Clear to partly cloudy elsewhere. Mullen company was '-a.ct into balance and was pre- ;CIA cover firm for agents in .paring new guidelines for gov- "A juior i.s entitled lo draw on Singapore and Amsterdam .spending to achieve j N'ixon appealed to congress his own knowledge of the ;igenls. full-lime payroll." goal. to cooperate in the anti-infla- of lhe average person in the- Treasury Secretary Simon tionary el fort by rejecting community or vicinity for the Mullen uom-imeanwhile predicted the na- j wasteful spending programs and llenrv J (ieiger of !hc pany because he happened toilion's inflalion rate, suggestions for a tax dclormmalion. just as d was a "crisis situation" by thc ad- cut. -imams boulevard a Cedar is lo On his, d h Djck Hclms ministration, would continue He also expressed concern of apids resident more than 50 knowledge of Ihe propensities CIA) director i Mullen1 "unacceptahly high" the rest of "uncontrollable" items in lhc Hlqh tfrnijcralui pei-fllurei overnigl' cipitiilion: Anchorage 4B Atlanta 8057 Bismarck 62 At Chicago 5553 Denver 86 5 Duluth Weather idav. I a.m. Monday. Air-c-var itl aupoil. Magistrate's Court Miami Pi 78.( Min'eapolis 73 56 N. Orleans 88 71 New York 71 Al Phornix IIS 89 ..70S! (Continued from Page 1.) Rhode Island and Washington the only ones lo escape last year plus Connecticut, Del- aware, Massachusetts, Manic, i Montana, New Hampshire, iWilli !H :years, died Saturday evening following a long illness, lie was! a reasonable person in otheri of the the court inat' Helms this year. said. retired carpenter and court 'twisted my arm hard to hire] Nixon made announcements K ol I 1 aulson Co. that r i i throughout the Hunt in the first i Hunt [following a general economic was employed by the CIA before! review he held with his of tlle total fcdcral f.... t: budget creases built-in spending in- required by law which he said amount to about SpcfdiiiB ---Carl Unkle 624' New Mexic0j Vermont, Ore- ,iFifth avenue SK; lined S4U and costs. Thomas Mally, 545 Tenth' Son and Wyoming. street SW; Vincent Dougherty, Pearson said the April C. R. Weather High Sunday Low overnight Noon Monday 2 p.m........... Precipitation Total for June Normal for June n.ii: Prairieburfi; Thomas trageclv _ and the unusual Manchester; Kenneth Kaliban, '5IJ27 First avenue SW; Marilyn number of twisters throughout Martens, Viola; Michael Han- the Spring Were caused sen, Anamosa; Melvin mainly by the very unusual .....7, Liberty; Robert j anlics of tne so.caned "sub- Hcndricks, Imva City; William 72. Haley, 349 Twelfth street SW; None each fined and costs. 4.fiR Kight-of-way violation .5.21 street SW; fined and costs. Normal through June ......Ih.Gl: Howard Hanson, Palo; fined Total for 1974 ..............25.94 and eosts. Barometer, rising .........30.22 Resisting an officer Mar- Humiditv at noon 64% ivin McMurrin, 1114 Fifth street nummity at noon fined and eosts. Rob- Wind direction and velocity at crt Benson, 2333 Rompot 2 p.m. NNW fat 9 mph. Sim rises Tuesday, sun! sets, Year Ago Today High, low, 68; rainfall, none. Traveler's Forecast Tuesday ing rivers of rapidly moving Kenneth Oliver, 1353 K air) of miles wide and feet deep that whirl eastward around the northern hemisphere at an altitude of five to nine miles. The sub-tropical jet along with a much more northerly one called the polar jet con- NW: trol, among other things, the pattern and direction of the hemisphere's storm tracks, street NW; Terry Barker, Palo'j intermittent areas of low pres- Richard Blood, Lennox] sure that tend to produce street SE; fined and costs. Signal violation Larry Lc- velle, 424 Fifth street fined 10 and costs. Traffic signal George Swore, violation 231 Twelfth tropical jet stream." This is one of two undulat- n- jninE ltlrMllncn iirrn Mr. Geiger was born Nov. 9, judicial district ol California; at South Amana and was presumably were available toi Reports to CIA married to Wilhelmina Haldy lu-ilr caac in so I Robert Bennett, an officer of: .would bc standards of that Mullen company and the son. jmunity upon which the jurors Of Sen. Wallace Bennett (R- "has now admitted! Chief Justice umicr oath that he was report-' Dec. 4, 1919. He was of First Lutheran church, Fidc- litas lodge AF AM of Fair-j Rehnquist, fax, Cedar Rapids Consistory, El! Burger and .Justices Blackmun Kahir Shrine, Hanford were Joined Jus' ra itice White in the majority af- can Lecion post, and was a aO- h F firming the California convic- year member of lhe year union. Mr. Carpi Geiger received many honors for his carvings, which were shown in Washington, D.C., at the Chicago World's fair in the early 1930s and at the Iowa State fair, All-Iowa fair, Dallas county centennial ..and the Amana Colonies Oktober- fest. He was listed in Who's Who of Iowa Artists. Among his carvings are a bas- relief of "The Last Supper" on the altar at First Lutheran church, for which he won the craftsman of the year award lion. Justices Stewart and Marshall dissented. In other action Monday, the Douglas, Rrcnnan, (Continued from Page 1.. court: Ruled have no right to demand views with newsmen, nor ing everything he was doing to the CIA every two said Colson. "Stop and look at every single thing Hunt did while he was al the White Colson said. "In one way or another, it was proposed by Bennett or it was four' Isanctioned by Bennett or it had thai prison from Bcnnett m Bennett do newsmen have any First Amend- ment right to demand inter- views with specific prisoners. Ruled that ex-felons who have served their prison sentences can be barred from voting in stale and local elections. Agreed to decide if a federal judge acted properly when he Colson based much of his i, Ohrt said. advisers Simon Budget Di- for fiscal 1975- rector Hoy Ash, Chairman Her-1 Nlxon silicl tllc office o! jagement and budget would send 'now guidelines in early July all federal departments and i agencies on holding dcwn spend- marics, lhe votes totaled three- Rush dedincd to reveal to newsmen where the budget cut- ling axe will fall next year. He said there will be no "sa- cred cows" in the budget, but also ruled nut any major re- ductions in defense spending. He said it's possible, how- ever, that some defense money could be saved by trimming non-essential personnel and clos- ing uneconomical military bases. theory on a March 1, 1973, "The sified CIA interoffice be expedited, and the'lndi- Jane Fox, the lawyer for the Indians, said of the agreement. "It was satisfactory. All we wanted was a new election." John Werner, attorney for Tama county, commented, ''Everyone is going home happy." Democratic State Party Lead- er Tom Whitney said two fac- tors he was interested in were new election juoge aciefl piopeny vvneii lie from the American Institute lhe court-martial trial avenue NE; Waller Henderson, 2624 Fifth avenue SE; Keith Weather, Hi-Lo winsor, Vinton; each fined Bismarck..........Fair 90-60 and costs_ Chicago............Fair 72-55' Cincinnati Cleveland PtClcly 72-51 .PtClcly 6S-47 Des Moines ........Fair 75-55 Detroit ............Fair 72-48 Indianapolis........Fair 77-55 Kansas City --......Fair 81-58 Milwaukee ........Fair 63-51 Mpls.-St. Paul......Fair .79-57 Okla. City .........Fair 87-61 Omaha ............Fair 94-66 Driver's license violation Robert Benson. 2333 Rom- pot street SE; Robert Dye, 1456 Ho 11 y w o o d boulevard NE; James Couch, Irilebrook ane NE; Eugene Unkle, 621 Fifth avenue SE; Riek Bartels, 3116 O avenue NW; each lined 510 and costs. Truck route violation Gre- St Louis Fair 75-52Jgory Lehner, Fairfax; fined Sioux Falls '.'.......Fair 83-59 and costs. Coralville Lake Pool level Monday......705.38 Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in brackets) LaCrosse (12) 9.6, fall .5 Lansing (18) 12.1, tali .1 Dam 9 (18) 21.6, fall .6 McGregor (18) 14.0, [all .2 Guttcnberg (15) 13.2, fall .3 Duhuque (17) 16.3, fall .6 Davenport (15) 16.7, rise .5 Keokuk (16) 16.3, rise 1.1 Meter Violation Thomas Hayes, 1201 Thirty-eighth street SE; fined and costs. Disturbing the peace Randy Smiley, 3631 Oakland road NE: fined and costs. Faulty equipment Larry Levellc, 424 Fifth street NW; Terry Barker, Palo; Jack Mar- tin, Center Point; each fined and costs. Driving on wronR- side Steve Stcjskal, Springvillc; fined and costs. Improper passing Milton Cedar at C.R. (13) 8.75, riscisabin, Westgate; fined and 2.75 Births Mercy June 22 Mr. and Mrs. William DriswiII, 2624 Hickory drive SW, a son. costs. Vehicle control violation Charles Carmer, Grinncll; fined and costs. Hcckless driving Tommy Miller, Springvillc; fined June 23 To the families and costs. of Steve Ullrick, 721 Thirty-1 Registration violation third street NE. a daughter; stormy weather. "Ordinarily, the sub-tropical jet is dormant in lhe winter and early spring, while lhe polar jet predominates in the late spring and early Pearson said. "Sometimes, both are going at the same time especially in the but, by sum- mertime, the sub-tropical one usually has pooped out. "The sub-tropical jet began behaving strangely early last year "And, this year, it acted more like a will-o-lhe- wisp. That is, early in the year, it was weaker than nor- mal. Then, in April, it revived and thus with both jet- streams very active across tlie entire country this pro- duced the unprecedented April 3 outbreak of Pearson said. He added: "Then, the sub-tropical jet weakened for awhile and May was quiet for a time. But, just when we thought we were out of the woods. Ihe jcl revived once more produc- ing tornadoes in parts of Okla- of Martin Luther at Central Lu- l h e r a n seminary, Fremont, Neb., a "Life of Christ" carving on a ten-foot long birch plank at First Lutheran and the carving visible on the exterior of the newest addition of the Mer- chants National bank. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. William Olmstead, Todd- ville, and Mrs. Carroll Olm- stead, Cedar Rapids; ten grand- children; six great-grandchil- dren and a sister, Mrs. William Stumpff, Cedar Rapids. Services: First Lutheran church at a.m. Tuesday by David Nelson, Lisbon, a son. Births Luke's Juno 22 Mr. and Mrs. Karl Buckallcw. inin Central drive SW, a daughter. June 23 To the families of Gale A. Andrews, Urbana, a daughter: Jon Gordon, 1610 Thirtieth street NW. a daugh- ter; Gary Darrow. 014 M ave- nue NW, a son: Ray Klhvond. 015 Tenth street, Marion, a daughter. Out of Town Births At Hoffman Estates, HI. To Mr. and Mrs. James Ilanscn, jr., a daughter June 20. Shirley Hansrn if lhe datiRhler of Dr. and Mrs. Reuben Tjaclen, IMfijtcr.v.'South Knglish. James Groif, Coggon; fined homa, Arkansas and Kansas." and costs. Iowa Deaths Edgcwood Joy Clifton Moscr, 48. Tuesday at Methodist church. Masonic ser- vices Monday at 8 at Apple- ton's. Manchester Mrs. Anton Anderson, 78. Tuesday at Shclly's. Burial in Pine View cemetery, Delaware. Manchester Mrs. Everett H. Robinson, 66. Wednesday at Shc-lly's. Kroktik Douglas R. Hub- erts, 24. Tuesday al Pow- ell's, where the family will receive friends Monday Pearson said scientists do not know what causes changes in Ihe jel stream's behavior but. "that's one of the things on which we hope to get fur- Ihcr information during the great cooperative sludy of glo- bal weather currently under way by Ihe U. S. and some 70 oilier nations." Architects in 1959. a walnut bustl of an air force sergeant accused of spying for the Soviet Union. Upheld a lower court decision that a supervisor loses his im- munity from union discipline by his union when he performs the work of a nonsupervisory worker. the Rev. George Burial: Cedar Friends may call Carlson. Memorial at Turnei chapel east until 9 p.m. Monday Council Rules Out Benefits Tilrmal council inea suit June UeaVeS members-ot cmploye who receivcs a which he said he had seen. Howard Hughes Link In that memo. Bennett ans' rights are protected." The dispute arose when members of the Sac and Fox I tribal council filed suit June handle the Ervin committee lhe CIA can handle Howard Colson said. Colson said the senate com- mittee had been told that an- other of the original Watergate conspirators, Eugenio Martinez, had been involved in 300 break- settlement had of absence at his own ins or "surreptitious entries" while on a monthly retainer from the CIA. According to Colson, the GIA's partner in much of the ques- Federal Urban Renewal Fund ftrant interests of millionaire Howard; oranr ueiayea Hughes who had A federal grant didn't O'Brien, chairman of through as hoped last Friday, Democratic national corn- delay that could cost the city! mjttee at the time of the 'break- about jjn, prior to hiring the Mullen The grant request was as its Washington final- payment of from polling place in the June 4 pri- mary election. The 1973 Iowa legislature had directed that a special polling location be established at the Mesquakie settlement. Past Practice In past years, eligible voters had cast ballots at polling places in Montour, Tama and; Toledo. Tama Supervisor Leroy Wiese has been quoted as saying that, i tribal council did not want a polling place at the settlement because "they didn't have a place to put it." the federal department of Hous- counsel. Colson said he was convinced Memorial Services Farmer, Arva D. Turner chapel cast, at noon Tuesday by the Rev. Charles R. Mehaf- fey. Burial: Cedar Memorial. and at the church from 9 a.m.jing and Urban Developmentunat (he reason for the Water- to a.m. Tuesday. The for closing out the Civic tc breakin was to delermine ket will not be opened after thc I center urban renewal project. O'Brien knew about service. The family suggests that friends may, if they wish, contribute to the memorial fund of First Lutheran church. The money was to pay aclivilies of tne CIA and the project notes sold to cover interests. whom Colson of lhe final slages of the as thc largcst privatc The notes came due Friday. [contractors employed by the "HUD wants a complete sion of the said; ________ Planning and Redevelopment! Director Don Salyer. He said HUD officials also warned that a review of the project books by' request should not receive cred- it for that time when longevity benefits and step pay increases are calculated, the city council decided Monday. An employe of the engineering department asked for, and re- ceived, two leaves of absence of about three months each to at- tend college. The man will retain his se- niority and accrued benefits for the time he actually worked for the city. The question before the council Monday, a policy deci- sion, was whether the time spent on leave should be regard- him that the school was to be used on election day. Race in Jeopardy Monday's decision could throw, into jeopardy the 62-vote margin by which State Rep. Stephen Rapp defeated Nicholas Johnson for the Democratic nomination for the Third dis- trict congressional seat. Another posssibility is that a convention may have to be He said the tribal leaders told ed as actual time worked for longevity and pay increase pur- poses. That is done in cases of mili- tary duty or when the employe lakes the leave on behalf of, or at the request of, the city. The council decided unani- mously that it will not be done when the leave is taken on the initiative of the employe. Councilmen agreed the -Impeachment" (Continued from Page 1.) called to choose a candidate if fresent, Policy adequately pro- jno one gets 35 percent of the employe's interests. total vote. In the first primary, both Johnson and Rapp barely topped this figure. The other'two candidates ini Friends may call at the funeral home until a.m. Kansas City HUD the impeachment day. The casket will not bc! would take about ten days. [quiry has examined in 18 race are Ron Masters opened after the service. "We will uu going into direct! sessions over the past six Mason City, who finished RiK8 ins, Earl Henry -'financing for about two to land Janles skame of Cedar They also voiced concern over potential problems if an em- ploye took an extended leave of a year or more if all benefits accorded for the time he Turner chapel east at p.m. Tuesday by Salyer said. Falls. the Krv. WCCKS, oaiyer sdiu. j Republicans generally have: r Wayne Shireman. Burial: Lin-; That means the city will [or numerous witnesses; Don ttanatee. secietaij ol the wood. Friends may call at thc row the money lo repay )10ping (0 undercut John Drive Safely from HUD a. about six: day. The casket will not be iDean's damaging testimony council, has estimated are about 300 eligible voters al the Indian settlement. Mi Mercy Approved For Building opened aiWthe service...... 'percent annual interest. If theiagains, tnc _ voters a. me ma.an seme Miller, Addic E. is delayed three (lie Democrats have Complete Ballot chapel east at 3 p.m. Tuesday interest will be about j argued the witnesses should be Ohrl said a complete ballot j "I" "i The money for lhc inlc''csl! few in number and should be: will be voted on in the new elec-j i charges will come trom the asked aboul matters still in dis-lion, even though none of the I l'Ul-1 VI' 1 I V VI.- i ninS. Burial in Brelbren ccme-i Ml. Mercy college has been j approved for a con-: urban renewal project funding, ipute. :iwt Ihe cily. Anv the remaining proj-ian'v Three persons were treated were intended to released from St. Ltike'siiw.v pan i Three Men Injured In Two-Car Crash] doscd llw other races could be affected by -hinvli. Si'hlltle's. Pnslvillc Mrs. lrranklin Presbyterian church. Schillte's. Viola llnhler, ;'t Peace Lu- theran church. Ryan. Hobnen- jCluirch of Christ southwest and Edward Sweeney. Rose] McAnineli's. Vii'lor. Mi'nsen and Tenanci' Neff, ill! Postvlllr nf Cedar Rapids. Mnrli'nc Tuesday al Brafly, Cedar Rapids, and Dan- irl rioellseh, Danville, llelindn Krlsey, Palo, and Billy Yuslta, Walffird. Susan Al'kley, C'cdar Rapifls. nnrl ('live wiillia. Rhniulii Owens and Onvirl Wilbehni, bulh of (Vnlcr Point. Patricia Choim, Cellar llapids, nnri Hennis llanssen, Ocs Moines. Fires a.m. Salnrday. Children (ilaylne with mulclii's behind Cenlc'r Point rnfid NK. H.m. Saturday, llnllril Air Lines off riinwuy at ,iir- iinri. p.m. Saturday. Unknown lo ciiRliM' at avemir and Williams boulevard SW. IMfl p.m. Saturday. Short In wlrlnj Rtnvi- al 7IM Thirl.v- Iliild .sti'ect NK. p.m. Sunday, l.i'iiklni! KIIS liinli al Wilson avenue and Sixlb street SW. nal grai but ni> ledenil monies we1 available until this spring. The Driscol and OoUv.al were facility will house the nillege's snigi-rs in Ihe (THrien car. Mill- lhal lime.. M. Wednesday at SI. Mary's man, Wednesday at Kn- loiia Mennipnili' I'hureh. Visila- llnn alter 7 Monday, Powell's. Kiiloua, McOri'ttor Lena II. Tliesdiiy ill 2, 'riinrnliui'K'.s. (lam- t ages bv lhc plaintiffs in the suit i Ml. Mercy's portion of 111, of Nn, h slreH were lu, ding of lhal evidence in a and Tama countv funds lo be approxi-i "lured when Millers car lie g .tnt applc.Uions st Ihe cenler line and sent last week. The 'oviiions d j wllinRS ,cmpora'ry restraining iki -11 h1 r1-----------n i i ill; [L niiJui en y i tail oil I III 14 Sister Mary Agues Hennessey, slrnck a car driven by Thomas wore requested, halycr said lhc righls of certification of college president, said Iheorigi-''. (''Brien. 20, of Ninth cause the applications used ,rjai. miide in Miirch of stivrl SW. according lo Lmn (mil project expenditures Irom; chajrmilll ,D.N..I.) lhc official audit dale of March, of HieManus, mliains in effect until pas- 21. and estimates for work after' hopcs of the the of thc 2 I Ihe earlier election, issued by Judge Edward ,1. il! Diiccalaureate nursing er was nlone. news leaks from his committee, election are certified. which has more lhan 220 slu- Miller was charged with ilriv- ed it. he said, but now Hint was Ihe way HUD want- has Npw win ihe line.'department wants actual Nixon. dilures IhroiiRh mid-July. j committee of "selective issued for the election, Ohrt' said. Now is Ihe lime to advertise." farm in Ihe waul ad! columns. Dial Hotal Tanlasies from our iklllod nrllid PIERSON'S IBM lil.l.lS BLVD. NW M.OWI-'.IU'HONI. FlniiU lor Ovtr 61 Iran Convenient Downtown Locolwn 3083rd Ave. SE 365-0511 when wordi aren't enough send sympathy with flowers FLORIST mid GIFT SHOP 364-8139 PHONE ANSWfRED 24 HOURS EVERY DAY. Leading Funeral Directors Recommend WILBERT Brand Name Burial Vaults. In making recommendations lo a client, a funeral director, like any other professional member of the community, places his reputation on the line. 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