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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 12, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                NAtlONAt WIMHUtSUviCf DEATHS The Cedar Rapkls Gazette: Fit, .luly 12. 1974 Mrs. Robert Goodman j Of Moving Car Boy in Hospital; father Charged Sn Burning oflProxmire: Probe U.S. Gifts n Heads of State S married Jun< Koversford, I'a of 3708 Friday T O 1 Anna Krug Goodman, 90, of; Daniel W. Kellen. First avenue SK, widow of Western I'ine drive NK. 10-vcar-old: WASHIM. TON lAl'i I he i Intelligence Agency, the While General Accounting Office has! House, the state department, .been requested to investigate all) the defense department and from the government! the Awnov for IntcrnRtinnn) irxlily injury. foreign heads of state during! Development, a branch of Ki-llcn injured a! Sfr I Tlmrsdav in the Wm block Thomas 29, of M -Scfi Mr.s. Goodman was a member of Old Kiver road.SW SE was cnarged Proxmire wants a list of all of Kenwood I'ark I'res-i h Friday after police questioned The recent gift of a 52 million from i'resjdcnts Ken- bvtenan church. Order ol 1 the burns his son, 10 Kgypt.an Johnson and Nixon ;Koberl C. Goodman, died ii: good condition at ;i 10-vcar-oW' following a lingering hospital with a fraciured legitoy suffered burns on his'ycn  a Mrs. Marvin Griffin, Milwau- kee; a grandson, and a sister. Airs. Minnie Savage, Chicago. Services; a.m. Monday in Turner chapel west by thc Rev. James Lesher of St. An- drew's Lutheran church. Burial: Linwood. Friends may call at Turner chapel west until 10 a.m. Monday. The casket will not be opened after the service. ,________ ____ _________lion committee lawyer. He toldincv tnal tilen are transferred the other vehicles, failed to ,25 Thirty-third streetlthe grand jury that Hunt the fore'gn recipient, causing a chain reaction which [NE ,for ,ega, fces and forced the second car into the stalled auto. No charges weer filed Police recovered an electric j for living expenses, threatening! Pa I SflVS Cllllr! .guitar, a microphone, two disclose the "seamy r u I pedals and four packages of gui-jhe had done while in White: Of Howard Hunt tar strings. i House employ. At least one of the bicycles "i never had anyone make City Petitions u r p. [the youths were riding at the personal demand on me for over i rOI" Demolition time of their arrests was hundred thousand Of 2 Buildings police said. The 13-year-old was released j O'Brien told the grand jury. "I mean it wasn't just that some- ing and btirning was reported Thursday night after the police j walkout. to his parents and the 15-year- body approacned me for a dime AP) One of E. Howard Hunt's children apparently attempted suicide low, 77; rainfall, none. Traveler's Forecast Saturday Weather, Hi-Lo Bismarck .Fair 88-58 Chicago .........PtCldy 95-71 Cincinnati .......PtCldy 89-68 Cleveland .......PtCldy 87-66 Des Moines......PtCldy 98-70 Detroit Indianapolis Kansas City Milwaukee Mpls.-St. Paul Omaha St. Louis Sioux Falls ..PtCldy 89-64 .....Fair 87-66 .PtCldy 96-73 Tshwrs 87-64 ..PtCldy 85-65 ..Fair 99-71 street NE; Leo McGrave, Glad- brook; Max Mauck, Swisher; each fined and costs. Doss running at large Max Jordan, Ml. Vernon; fined and costs. Vehicle control violation Steven Frazier, 1523 E avenue NE; Patrick Vance, Farifax; each fined and costs. Accident, damagre to vehicle Thomas Mullin, 1757 C ave- nue NE; fined and costs. Intoxication Scott Juehr- ing, Hiawatha; Gary Long, Portrait of Nixon On Missing List TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) A lull-color portrait of President Nixon is missing from the fed- eral building lobby and a spokes- man says nobody knows how long it has been gone. The blank space normally oc- cupied by the framed portrait was discovered Thursday. Po- lice say they have turned the case over to the FBI. ..PtCldy 95-73 j Hiawatha; each fined and .PtCldy 90-65i costs. Mississippi Stages Iowa Deaths La Crosse (12) 5.3, no change Lansing (18) 7.8, rise .1 Dam 9 (18) 14.3. rise .7 McGregor (18) 7.6, rise .3 Guttcnberg (15) 5.3, rise .6 Dubuque (17) 8.3, no change Davenport (15) 5.3, fall .6 Kcokuk (16) 7.3, rise .1 Cedar at C. R. (31) 4.85, rise .30. Coralville Lake Pool level Friday ....696.31. Births Mercy July 11 To the families of Lindsay" Staton, 511 Twentieth street NE, a daughter; Donald Fail-ley, 3008 Pebble drive SW, twin daughters. July 12 Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ert Bliss, 1506 Woodside drive NW, a son. Births St. Lub's July 11 To the families of Rick Guhl, 429 Tenth street NW, a son: Paul Cody, 401 Nor- wich road SW, a daughter; Robert E. Jones, 638 Nine- j tcenth avenue SW. a daughter. Out of Town Births At Merrill Island. Fla. Mr. Dysart Mary Pippert, 80. Monday at at Trinity Un i t e d Methodist church. Overton's. Traer Percy Leroy Ander- ,son, 81. Saturday at at j Smith's in Grinnell. Burial: Hazelwood cemetery, Grinnell. Victor M.W. (Ez) Felton, 70. Monday at 2, McAninch's. Vinton Clark Seater, 64. Monday at 2 at Campbell's where friends may visit after 7 Saturday. Burial: Bear Creek cemetery. Atkins Francis J. Voss. Monday at 10, St. Paul's Catho- lic church. Burial: Stark Settle- ment. Rosary Sunday at at Teahen chapel, Cedar Rap- ids Iowa City B. M. (Hick) Rickctts, 79. Saturday at Donohue's. Military graveside services at Oakland cemetery by Roy L. Chopik American Legion post. (Continued from Page 1.) tor Woodward at the counsel table during some of the ar- Sentencing Deferred In Restaurant Breakin Sentencing has been deferred for two years for a man who pled guilty to breaking into the Indian House restaurant, 675 Blairs Ferry road NE, on Jan. 29. Linn District Judge Robert Osmundson deferred sentencing Jack Beltz until July 10, 1976, and placed Beltz on probation to the chief parole officer. Memorial Services [suit Friday in Linn Gaskill, Charlott K. _ Satur- seeking demolition of two day .The city of Cedar was taken to the county jail, i for a cup of coffee." UC111U1111U11 of'twoj Dean's storyto the grand buildingsdeemedby the city toj NDP Contract 'dded another dimension- He 9 a.m. in St. Patrick's Catholic church by the Rev. Martin La ugh] in. Burial: ChristTan lowed to demolish a building at at p.m. in Jancba-KubalBlO Second street SW owned by; funeral home west. iJ. Newman Toomey and Lillie The names of two brothers. JM. Zerbe. It also asks that the be Walter and Clarence Knoebel, were incorrectly spelled in the first notice. be public nuisances. _ ..The cily asks that it be al- extension By Renewal Unit The Cedar Rapids urban re- inewal board Friday recommend- jed that the city council execute charged against the property. extension of the contract be- .The building is dangerous, un- (ween tne cjty and HUD whicn cost for demolishing Ten Shotguns Taken from Home Ten shotguns and assorted other items valued at nearly were reported taken Thursday from the residence of Thomas R. Sotelo, 2704 Otis road SE. The shotguns were valued at Sotelo also reported a stereo set valued at am- munition valued at and tapes valued at were taken. Police said entry to the resi- dence was gained by an un- locked basement window. I safe. a fire hazard and serves of Playing Dead On Bullet-Riddled Bus son o" Mr.'and Mrs. Emil Ro-IAttys. Eugene Kopccky and senbei-Rer, 1415 Ninth Pundt. VIENTIANE, Laos (AP) A young American engineer who recently completed a two-year stint in the Peace Corps said Friday that he feigned death in a bullet-riddled Laotian bus as bandits searched among the dead and dying for valuables. He said the ruse didn't fool the bandits, .but they left him alone anyway. Michael McGough, 27, of Bar- ryville, N.Y., said at one stage the killers lifted his arm so they could get hold of an attache case Marriage Licenses Mary Epka and Richard Ste- venson, Patricia Turkington and James Cannon. Charlotte Bolin and Timothy Trimble, Anita Johnson and Dean Dan- iels, Susan Potashrk and Terry Brandon, Lrlia Nichols and However, Countv Attv. Wil- ._ scrambled out left on an adjoining seat by a I Laotian a r m v officer slowed down. I couldn't see what was happening but sud- denly there were bursts of ma- chine-gun fire and everyone tried to crawl down on the floor. "People were screaming. Af- ter the shooting stopped, some- one lobbed a couple of grenades at thc bus. After that there was silence. "Several people scrambled out _ the back door, I stuck my head Committee out a side window and saw one! of the bandits. He was in a rag-! covers (he ,ocal neighborhood breeding ground for ro- development program the The board exlending the petition ..In a separate petition, the city asks the court to order Clement and Roberta Lee Brown to de- molish a building at 1025 First street SE. .The city claims the defend- ants agreed to demolish the building by June 24, and have not done so. It asked that the Browns be required to demolish the building within 30 days. said he relayed the substance of what O'Brien told him to John Ehrlichman. conspirator, house judiciary committee documents show. A memorandum written by ex-White House lawyer Charles 'Colson mentioned the incident, which Colson learned about in a "He wanted to give the im- V T V, pression he wasn't particularly! 973' wlth Wl1' llam Bltlman' wncerned about it, but he asked me if I had talked to John "During the course of the con- Mitchell about it. I said, 'No, I Colson wrote, "Bitt- had not.' He said: 'Well, I think you better talk to Mr. Mitchell man told me that Howard was in a severe depression, that he ditional six months ending and Ziegler. Nixon Youth Accused of Theft from Father A 16-year-old Central City youth taken to Prairie du Chien, Wis., Thursday for questioning about a breakin there was being returned to Linn county Friday in connection with a breakin at his father's home. The youth is accused of steal- ing some savings bonds and the 18-month for an ad- about and that was the felt responsible for his wife's conversation." jdeath l'n a Plane crash the The committee staff described Previous that he had contents Q[ a t a Junei 31. plemented in the Oak Hill Riverside areas. Issuance of project loan notes to cover the cost of the exten- sion of lhe program was also recommended by the board. If the city council approves the recommendation, the city will be able to borrow to cover expenditures for the month period. The project loan notes also cover debts incurred from the previous 18-month period just listened to a tape of March 17 conversation with Dean and, according to the leaned on her very heavily, that the FBI had told (Hunt's wife) Dorothy of things that they found in the safe which caused severe strain between Dorothy and Howard and great embar- paraphrased account he to Howard, and that scribed that talk to Ziegler: ia" of th'E was weighing heavily "The President said that look-; on him. now. ing to the future there were problems and that (Jeb Stuart) could bring it right to get him- ;ix-__ A fa v.u----- Bittman said that Howard I felt the government was out to 'Haldeman, and that could bring to the White House, to the President. The President 'we've got to cut that said that he, Bittman, did not honestly feel Howard could stand trial, that was obsessed with the con- badJcern of his four children, one of was so disturbed that ap- that land sales and previous .matougm ooti. Sparently he had attempted sui- ;rants did not cover. sunsiance was The loans are made to thej The June 4 tape, the commit- from brain damage incurred in city using the federal evidence said, showed Nixonjan automobile accident ment's promise lo pay themjtold Ziegler that up to March 17 back as collateral, said had no conversation with Madson, assistant director "on the basic conception the city department of planning and urban development. bicycles from his father's home a government will i.rl-iiln Ilin i-Qff nf FsmilW while lhe rest of the family was on vacation. The youth was arrested Wednesday in Linn county and held for Prairie du Chien of- ficials in connection with a breakin at a pharmacy there in which some drugs were taken. ;also cover interest incurred on of Watergate, but on the 17th there began discussion of the substance of Watergate." The committee staff went on: When he went to trial in Feb- ruary, Hunt pled guilty. He served 10 months and five days of a sentence be- fore being released by an ap- peals court pending the outcome of his appeal. any of the city's loans which' "Dean told the President that; were made to implement had been over this like a programs that, both agreed upon.! blanket. Dean said that Ma-! jgruder was good, but if he sees A voni 10 'himself sinking he'll drag every-1----------- ANveriUt; I thing with him. He said no lawyers William Garbcr (Continued from Page 1.) (a, military uniform and had a j TALLAHASSEE. Fla. i rifle. !As sooti as he saw me he s liam Faches said his assistants a window. it at mc Mount''11 Hle Wnile House had prior! and Hurley. [knowledge of Watergate except Jones and Gorham were two Three additional complaints j possibly Gordon Strachan. [of the ringleaders in an uprising _ :of burglaries at Bever aven-; "There was a discussion of three years ago at the D.C. jail. Eyed On OUrney.ueSE residences were received whether Haldeman or most recently appeared Thursday by police. had pushed on Watergate and before Judge Oliver Gasch. Earlier Thursday, police re-! whether anyone in the White i By telephone. Gasch said Gor- probably will not be involved inj terrible. McGough d lhe prosecution of lhe cases, said. "People were screaming since he is listed as a witness moaning. At one stage 1 was "He was only 10 feet away. 1 thought I was a goner. 1 realized the indictments. certain I was done for." Some of the'alleged perjury i The incident began 120 miles :5late Republican Chairman L. E. Thomas said Friday that he will call a meeting of the Florida ;G.O.P. executive committee if ISen. Edward Gurncv iK-Fla.l ccived complaints of burglaries al. four residences in the 1800 and 1900 blocks of Rover avenue SE. Among thc most recent bur- luiiiy u i ncio (i tunti -i i -Hi r i AUIU11U I K IlH'o i IJU'-lii uui should have plnvcd dead from las not lral" "ls i glaries reported to police were ,c start. 1 ducked inside and a rc-olrelion by next week. B a ('in-ciiiiT 11-'ic- iiirlii.ififl l '-'i istep out of the race. Bui the chairman Donald T. Hincs. 1841 Bevcr avenue SE, who said was taken from a billfold in a bed- to room. Richard Plowman, 1811 Bevcr avenue SE, and Richard Huston. said Thursday The William Borthwick, twin broth- ited incorrectly.cr Australian ambassa- "Thcv seemed to be lookinc for i..................... i I Thursday thai _ho resigned wns as of im. not speak to Gnrucy aboul jporled and S3, respectively House was involved. The Pres-jham appeared for sentencing ident said that Magrudcr conviction on "a number the heat on, and (Hugh) Sloan1 of crimes, including many starts on Haldeman. of jail break, conspiracy President said that 'we've got to> jail break, conspiracy to kid- cut, that off. We can't have that'nap guards." go to Halrieman'." The judge said Gorham al- ready was serving a minimum Negro of 73 years imprisonment and bishop for Iowa Methodists was j the sentences were made con- named at the North Central risdiction conference of lhe Gasch recalled that Jones Methodist church in Cleveland, faced prison terms roughly YEARS AGO said heilfl2fl "ever avenue SE. who rn-llnd. equal to Gorham's. Monrc. and S. C'ethn-Rnpidf. Cheryl detective post last year to seek; something." he said. "I had my lore IhroiiRhjeycs closed bill 1 could feel them Ulrichs. Toddville. :md SK-ven office he now holds. the bus. Hoi'lhwick's wife, riding lloal. tnom Moss. Mmwirct nis-, He said his b'.ter of nim in (ho frnn( was .specifically stated he was as tni, leaving also August In and a Laotian passenger. More position as criminal were llu- alcohol, was l.-ilion, C'.'ilif. Fires pin. 'I'lim-.-dity. IIUT.S- lor (rate odiii- M Mt. and firearms division of the on road SK. treasury department. Maqistratp'b Court HIP cily is SpccdniK oul by his sale of his resi- talking in low voices. "They seemed lo he looking for something in particular and when they found lhe briefcase next lo me Ihey lifted my arm ilting half-way hack. get it. They knew 1 was not "We were coming down a hill dead but Ihe.y did nothing to ,living up lhe race without a taken in breakins. mill direction from Ilic commit-1 No arrest have been made. Ice. "If Ihey voled overwhelming-! ly lo ask him 11 slcp down, I would go lo him." he added. Looking for a specific item'.' Use a "wanted" ad lo find il quick. 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