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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 11, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                HA1IONAI 30.00 WIAlHIk MkVICI fOkl( Atl it. MM I SI XX IV DEATHS Elsie Becker Elsie iiccker, W. a bielong idcrit o! Cedar Kapirl': until retired and moved to Prai- du Chii-n in died ine at Prairie du 'Continued from Page I) (Continued from Page I that he said led to the Ellsberg was raising money for him breakin. "Kveryone else knew that v.ai going to go into Fielding's office and exam- his files without his con- loid till- JUIA as TII-S of k'-v nd conversations Cedar Rapids Gazette: Thurs.. July 1974 he said he didn't learn until .summer of that money raised by WilliariK was spent on Ins Honda Meld ol- La Legal Requirement for Booking Puzzles Judge c'.-inber Hji''i un t' ney funds iiom in '.vhich Khrlichman partici- during August and pending befor As he circled the dates on thc Merrill said that de- ll llsls till She is survived by daughters, Mrs. Frank Varner, calendar, Merrill said Cedar Kapids; Mr.-. John l.im- spite testimony a number k, San Calif, and the Rain is expected Thursday night over parts of the northern Rockies and in the vicinity of the Great Lakes region. Mostly fair elsewhere. Mrs. Charles Clymi. .Minn.; two sisters, Mrs. Prairie du Chicn. and Mrs. Peter (latcnbcin. De- jSoto. Wis., and ten grand- i children. Services: Saturday at 11 at St. t Nicholas Catholic church at i Minn. Burial: Church Ration Two Centra I Ciiy Khriiciiman Are Charged iContinucd from Pago 1.) maintains he docs member tin- details ol those A Central City man was ar- can 1 exchanges. rested for carrying a concealed v.ithe! Merrill, speaking in a conver-we a pon after Linn county Tile salional tone for 81) minutes.'.sheriff's deputies stopped his that said the main issue was not who car while searching for was aware of a breakin but in- man. ccmoterv Friends riii'-i't strad who Participated ill the Bradley Joe Kelley, was Lemetu liiindsmj) call at, arresled in Central C.ilv for hav- jCiarnty luneral home m I'rainc LUVLH :du Chien after 3 Fridav. Kosarv 'Continued irorn Page 1 i a he detector test "witnessed by at a room at the Ine IICWi media." [Mused Test H.? had refused such a grand jury proceedings because he said the results would have been kept confiden- tial whereas he wanted them nnblie. When reminded of his promise made in April to "lake the lid if he was indicted, Stein- declined to comment, but "names will definife- come out during the trial." The lornu-r Cedar Rapids po- c'' detective expressed his v.i-h for a trial begin- ning as soon as "tomorrow." nir.issinncr in Hadn't Head It Steinbeck admitted that he lion" to enter Fielding's office ing a knife longer than the l and examine the medical files, limit in his car. Magistrate's Court The Weather Extended forecast Chance SiicediiiK __ Juni- or, rain Saturday through Regal avenue day. Higlis, 80s to low 90s. costs. cause Rebozo refused to provide' the necessary documents. I Mrs. Alfred Gaskill In its investigation in Key Bis-! Chariot! K. Gaskill, 80. of 1117 cayne, the committee found jThird street SW, widow of in expenditures made for Alfred F. Gaskill, died early A 16-year-old Central City youth with Kelley was arrested :and held for Prairie du Chien. clei' Iron) thr Judy told his 'he hooking nolher has nothing to do with the court of of the chai-ges unless a legal en the nc i. was matter is the much love to i: s-.-vcral things that would He said he dues nut know stroy" the allegations made, whether there is a legal re- legal counsel prohibited him quirement that an doing so. person he booked in. The five police detectives who r 1 e s McEo'wcn.': Nixon's benefit by Rebozo which Mt reflected ill 70s Saturday to 60s by Monday. High -temperatures Wednesday, temperatures overnight and inches precipitation- .H Jtomf" llil i Panek, 1540 Fourth avenue SE; cSro" n 5f Richard Martin, Alburnett: DC-i accounting firm. Denver 9059' New York .8944 SturU, 1332 Ninth! Dululh .....475] Phoenix 10175 Steven Sohnebergcr Iowa asscts net jJcti rev Palo; Susan! worth reported last year by an Thursday after a brief illness. She was born Jan. 21, 1894, in Milwaukee, Wis., and had been a resident of Cedar Rapids Two Are Injured in Accid in -in breakin ;lt il Pharmaci' thcrc hams which the grand jury says cated, Ltherljuly 5' A (lualltit-v of dru8-s was he embexzled. It does not indict'police ai 01 t .....___ indictment against Stein- were also indicted were termed C. R. Auto Accident WLs., officials in connection with S0me "some of thc most sincere, dedi- honcst and professional officers" by Steinbeck. Two passengers that struck the re car late Wednesday in the 3200! block of Center Point road itaken. ihim for embezzlement. The deputies were looking for, Tne jury ,.Cp01.t suffered 'he He asked that people not to "pass judgment on others on the Honolulu 8774 Seattle 51 strcct c'lch fined SULLI Cdc.ll IIIILU and Houston I. 9278 Washington 9473.04 costs. Dennis Conway, Go4 Fif- C. R. Weather High Wednesday Low overnight Noon Thursday.......... 2 p.m........................79 Precipitation...............0.87 Total for July ..............1.05 Normal for July............3.53 Normal through July ......20.19 Total for 1974..............30.99 Barometer, rising .........30.05j Humidity at noon 88% Wind direction and velocity at 2 p.m., SSE at 9 mph. Sun rises Friday, sun sets, Years Ago Today High, 85: low, 71; rainfall, none. Traveler's Forecast Friday Weather, Hi-Lo Bismarck....... .PtCldy 82-54 Chicago .....Tshwrs 89-65 Cincinnati.......PtCldy 87-68 Cleveland ..........Fair 82-64 Des Moines......PtCldy 92-65 Detroit ............Fair 86-62 Indianapolis........Fair 89-67 Kansas City .PtCldy 97-73 83-64 Mpls.-St. Paul___Shwrs 85-65 Omaha 94-67 St. Louis ........PtCldy 95-70 Sioux Falls......PICldy 88-59 Coralville Lake Pool level Thursday .697.07 Births Mercy July 11 To the families of Richard Youns, 532 Forest drive SE, a son; Ronald Holub, Ananiosa, a son; Richard Car- ver, 1604 Fifteenth avenue SE, a daughter. Births Luke's July 10 To the families of Steven Keenley, Coralville, a son; Thomas Lannert, 6614 De- vonshire drive NE, a daughter; Darrell Carpenter, Coggon, a son; Bernard Michalec, 3000 J street SW, a son; Robert Thom- as, 402 Twenty-fifth street SE, a son; William Filling, 151 Elma drive NW. a daughter; James Woodworth, Springville. a daughter; Roger Wyatt, 2049 Itecnth avenue SW; Marvin .921 SE; each fined S20 and costs. .711 Driver's license violation .74 Michael Hughes, 827 Ellis bou- the committee noted that each major figure has changed his iMenge, 2101 Mt. Vcrnon road own story at least once and that each story conflicts in signifi- cant details with accounts told by others. The investigators cast doubt, however, on Rebozo's claim that he retained the money un- touched for three years, eventu- ally returning to a Hughes rep- resentative exactly the same bills he had been given. The newest bills among the which were painstakingly examined by the committee, did not reach a commercial bank for distribution until Oct. 1 1970. This is later than thc latest since 1909. As to the HuBhe- mvment I Mrs. Gaskill was a member As to the Hughe, pajment, Larry Palmer and Mary Hoy, bo" wnen "indicated by the indict- basis of the indictment." treated 'it SI WaS havc lhc i which were barred by k his possession. the statute of limitations levard NE; fined and costs. Ted Wagoner. 1600 I avenue NE; Timothy Bell, 2117 Bcvcr avenue SE; each fined and costs. Susan Panek, 1540 Fourth avenue SE; Mark Felter, 2626 Indian Hill road SE; each fined and costs. Right-of-way violation Patrick McEnany, 308 Thirty- seventh street and costs. License plate fined S10 violation Golda Izbicki, 1215 First ave- nue SE; fined and costs. Mark Morris, Hiawatha; fined and costs. Registration violation Gol- da Izbicki. 1215 First avenue SE; fined and costs. Faulty equipment Steve date any of the principals has Stejskal, Springville; Bobby Eajd the final delivery of cash Sharwood drive son; Robert Gilchrist, 640 Sixteenth avenue SW, a daughter. Out of Town Births At Garden Grove, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Steinhoff a son July 6. Mrs. Steinhoff is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ert J. Westfall, 2065 Twenty- fifth avenue, Marion. Marriages Dissolved Elsie E. and Clyde J. Pickart. Bonnie A. and Harold A. Ed- wards. Emery L. and Joyce Carroll Kohl. Martha B. and liichard Howard Stong. Patricia Mae and Richard Dean Haw- kins. Roxy A. and Joseph A. Williams. Darlene M. and Hapids; Stanley Turner, Ma- quoketa; each fined and costs. Traffic signal violation Robert Johnson, 372 Park ter- race SE; fined and costs. Responsibility for minors Shirley Bachelder, 243 High- land drive SW; fined and costs. Truck route violation Bill Postel, Winthrop; fined and costs. Intoxication Walter Pellet, Alburnett; fined and costs. Vehicle control violation Theresa Klinger, 306 Crescent street SE; fined and costs. Driving on wrong side Robert Frederick, 639 Soutter court SE; fined and costs. Iowa Deaths West Liberty Mary E. Rummells, 76. Saturday at at United Methodist church. Snider's. Dyersville Mrs. Ralph H. (Esther) Willenborg, 62. Satur- day at at Basilica of St. Francis Xavier. Parish services Friday at 8 p.m. Visitation after 2 Friday at Kramer's. Onslow Minnie Cress, 81. Friday at 10 at Hayden's, Wyoming. Dysart August W. Schultz, 84. Saturday at 10, Overton's. Burial: St. John's cemetery, Newhall. Randalia Mrs. Vcrnon Hanchett, 73. Friday at 2, United Methodist church. Burnham and Woods'. Waukon Ed Hertrampf, 81. Friday at Martin's. Elgin Gertrude Carpenter Fox. Friday at Much- lethaler's. Elberon Emma Reinberg, 77. Saturday at M.E. church. Visitation at. Fcllmet's, Keystone, after 7 Thursday. Tama Mrs. Upton Collin- was made to Rebozo. "Inappropriate" Concerning the Getty charge, the committee said the project, to be kept under exclusive White House control, fell through when top presidential aides decided that such use of private money would be "inap- propriate." The panel reproduced in its report a Feb. 17, 1969, memo from White House chief of staff H. R. Haldemann to Ehrlich- man, which said in part: "Bebe Rebozo has been asked by the White House to contact J. Paul Getty in London regarding major contributions. "Bebe would like advice from you or anyone as to bow this can be legally and technically handled. The funds should go to some operating entity other than the National Committee so that we can retain full control of their use." The report gave no indication whether Getty actually made any contributions. It said White House aides had wanted to obtain such funds originally because there was no American Legion auxiliary and the Royal Neighbors of Ameri- a. Surviving are a son, Neal Gaskill, Cedar Rapids; four grandchildren; two great-grand- children; a sister, Mrs. Waller two brothers, Walter and Clarence Knobcl, Cedar Rapids. Services: Saturday at 9 a.m. at St. Patrick's Catholic church by the Rev. Martin Laughlin. Burial: St. John's Catholic cemetery. Wake serv- ice: Friday p.m. Janeba- Kuba funeral home west where friends may call after 7 p.m. Thursday. both 20 and both of 1638 B nue NE, suffered leg injuries in: the collision. j Police said the two were rid-! g in a car driven by Jeffrey H. Stramel. 20, of 1951 Higley avenue SE, when it and a vehi- cle driven by Gary L. Rohwed- dcr, 27, of 293 Twenty-fifth ave- nue SW. collided. Police said the accident oc- Marcus Carr Marcus Andrew Carr, four- day-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed- mund Carr of Pittsfield, Mass., died Wednesday in a Cedar Rapids hospital. The family was enroute to a new home in Wyoming. A twin brother died Monday. :ire Heavily Damages Southwest C, R, Home Fire of undetermined cause heavily damaged a two-story! frame dwelling at 33 Thirty-! sixth street SW, Wednesday night. District iFire Chief Vernon statute of limitations or thought best handled by the in- dictments returned." Steinbeck Asks Lie Test, Speedy Court Action Carie said the fire began in the! Safety Commissioner James rear first floor bedroom in the'Steinbeck, indicted Tuesday on The suspension of five indict- jcd detectives has resulted in a slight change of assignments for officers in the uniformed divi- sion, according to the acting head of the detective bureau. Captain William Byrne said Thursday, patrolmen will be asked do as much investigative curred while both cars were Landt. southbound. Rohweddcr slowed to allow room for a car ahead that was making a turn into a occupied by of perjury, as time allows. Normally, and obstruction of justice, said uniformed officers turn over the No one was at home that he would not investigative duties to detec- the fire was discovered by down from his office and driveway and Stramel's car. Surviving in parents are a addition brother, to the Travis John; the grandparents, Bar- bara Filkins of Lee, Mass., and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Can- of Lenox, Mass., and the great- grandparents, Elva Moulton. of Derby Line, Vt.. and Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Filkins of Dalton, Mass. Private cremation services were conducted Tuesday in Turner chapel east. money White available to House social pay for functions Edgar E. Light. Louise E. sl Webster City. Friday at Alvin A. Wimcr. Petition for Bankruptcy William Dean and Therosc Meriford. 3-121 Dunham drive SW. Both listen debus of S50.- until the new fiscal year started in July, 1969. to Jail" In the O'Brien matter, the commitlee staff quoted Ehrlich- man as saying in sworn testimo- ny. "I wanted them to turn up something and send (O'Brien) to jail before the election and William J. Smith William J. Smith, 84, formerly of Cedar Rapids, died recently in Salt Lake City, Utah. Born in Cedar Rapids, March 5, 1890, he is survived by his wife, Emilie; a stepdaughter, Barbara, Salt Lake City; a son, Roberl, California; hvo daugh- ters. Virginia and Irene, both of California; a brother, Max A. Smith, Cedar Rapids, two sisters, Mrs. S. McCammon. Al- buquerque, N.M., and Mrs. Fred Wirth, Vinton, several grandchildren and great-grand- children. Services were held in Salt Lake City and burial was in Gardena, Calif. Memorial Services Martinek. Ida Friday at at C c d a r Memorial Chapel of Memories by the Rev. Lawrence A. Chamberlain rch unfortunately it didn't material- of Kenwood Park- United Prcs- ,.K i- 'byterian church. Arrangements assets of with claimed as exempt. Sharon Lee Crawford, 232 Third a v e n u e n u- United Methodist chur Burinl: Saturday at 11, Picas- izc ant View cemetery, Carthage.! ;by Cedar Memorial. SD Harrison's I S'R'' s which was] EbcHo, Florence R. 1 p.m public Wednesday, said Friday in Chapel of Memories 86. Friday at SchuUc's. j Ehrlichman succeeded in spccd- (Continued from Page 1.) tor in the Johnson administra- tion. Others were Paul McCracken, CEA chairman during Nixon's first term, Arnold Weber, chair- man of the Phase 2 pay board, and Alan Greenspan, considered th'e leading candidate to replace recent economic advisor Chair- man Herbert Stein. Rush insisted thc meetings would not be a subtle form of "jawboning" a term that in- dicates arm twisting by the gov- ernment to achieve its economic goals. There will be no specific pres- sure on individual companies or industries to hold down infla- tionary price increases, he said. 111C 111U U15LUVU1CU u V i.uin ...nu motorist who saw flames a polygraph test to clear was struck by ing ffom windows CarieS himself. said the fire had a good start by! Pointing out that only public the time firemen arrived. jservants convicted of a felony may be removed from office, Steinbeck said telephone con- jversations with many Cedar Is citizens had convinced him that it was his "duty" to fulfill the functions of the office to which he had been elected. lives. "We just ask that people be patient because we will take a little longer to do he said. No Final Decisions On City Zoning Map JRapid; A special meeting of the city planning commission was called Thursday morning to continue ai review 'of the city zoning map. He summarily confirmed the 'suspensions of the five police detectives also indicted by the grand jury. Though he said his final deci sion would be subject to the ad- vice of his legal counsel. Stein- beck declared he wanted to take Youth Critical Following Crash STANWOOD A 17-year-old Cedar Rapids motorist is in crit- ical condition at University hos- pitals, Iowa City, following a car-truck collision a half-mile west of here about 5 p.m. Wednesday. j Allan Scidler was first taken to Mercy hospital, then trans- ferred to Iowa City. Cedar county authorities saidj his car crossed the center line; of highway 30 and struck ai truck driven by Donald 71, Stanwood. Smith is in good condilion at; St. Luke's hospital. Cedar Rapids, with arm and back inju- ries. Y o u n g Seidler has been charged with failure to yield! half the traveled portion of the roadwav. However no final decisions were made. The commission approved a zoning change from multi-fami- ly (R-4) to industrial, multi- family and commercial (M-l) for a LeFebure Corp. lot on Thirty-first street NE near C av- ue. It also approved a site devel- opment plan for Arcade Op- ticians, Inc., 3029 Center Point] road NE, subject to review of] city traffic and engineering de-j partments. Concerns had been! expressed about traffic access! and drainage problems at the site. (Continued from Page 1.) been argued before the high court last Monday. The tape "with a gap, men- tioned by Ben Veniste, was of a March 20, 1973, conversation between Nixon and former presidential Ehrlichman. counselor John Drive Safely flowers for every occasion since 7909 JOHN E. LAPES Convenient downtown location 308 3rd Ave. SE 365-0511 Burial: Oaklawn, Hawkeye. MarenRo Laurel N. _ ing up an IRS audit of O'Brien, First the audit turned up nothing Presbyterian church. ill O'Brien's taxes, at Hoover-Valentine's from by Hiu Kev. David H. Hustad of Simpson Memorial church St. Paul. Burial: Cedar Memo- rial. Arrangements by the 9.242.R7. Assets: with claimed as exempt. Leslie Ward Newton. 173H A avenue NK. Debts; Assets: with all claimed exrmpl Duanc Lcroy Vosbell. Wa- dcna, and !Vhorah Kay Vo- slicll Oclwcin. He listed debts Iif and assets uf] WASHINGTON (APl Army i O'Brien told abotil Ihe Waler- S200, with cmpt. She listed debts of Van Horno Fred Woincr.jp Saturday at 2, Salem United j for Methodist cbnrcb. Visitation O'Bi after 1 Friday, FVllnu't's ___ ________ sens Cieneral Retirement also said Ehrlichman Ion- ashed the head of the IfiS taking loo long to haul icii in for an interview, and Ehrlichman passed along live tax information about and assets of with claimed as exempt. Fires p.m. Wednesday. Ligltt- liinir to rnof at UfM Thnndcrbird road HK. p.m. Wednesday. C'ausr umli'r inveslicatitiii at ,''3 Tlnrtv-sixlh avenue SW. Ll. Gen. Leo Benade, who report by a newsman, said. is under consideration to become veterans administra- tor, will retire Sepl. I, Pentagon has announced. the "I can't comprehend a Pres- ident or an assistant, using an agency of the government to dc- slrov an individual." For Any Occasion FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS PIERSON'S FLOWER SHOP rff'n llornl IHM Kills Blvd. NW flowers can say everything 364-8139 Takes Oath of Off ice WASHINGTON (API .Mill Sawhill was sworn in Wednes- day as head of the new Fed- eral Energy Administration by Vice-president Ford. -Impeachment- (Continued from Page 1.) j weeks those tapes might be! turned over to us because of supreme court decision, that testimony from Dean has poten-j tial Daniclsonj said. "I think you'll find il in them." he said. liep. Mczvinsky said that as a result of Dean's testimony he felt "the burden of! proof shifts to the President." "It's up to him to try to dis- credit he said. Plinnc Answetcit 24 Hums tvEif Da) John Son Mineral Directors Serving all faiths since'1888. HOD Second Avr. SK 'Hll'lK-l S Murdoch CENI HAI. CM Y COGGON and m Cwl.ir Rapids The Beatty-Beurle Chapel   

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