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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 13, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa The Odar Rapids GazHlr: Sat.. July 1971 WlAIHfK MKVICf fOMCASt tc 7AM f 30.00 7- H- 74 i Six Men Face Charges after Tavern Melee DEATHS Minnie Harrington Six members of a motorcycle Minnie Marie Harrington, 81. club were charged wilh disturb- o{ 415 A died Kri- National Soybean Output To Drop; Com Will Set All-Time Record 'tires below last year's projection'''011 bushel output. Friday in a Ceniral City tavern. Born Mmvh 4- 1893- Wal' The fight, which occurred ai ford, she S u I e k s tavern, apparcntlv ll! bega" with an argument be-.member of Sl- Patrick's Economic" Re tween a patron. Laverne Sil- llc chua'h' National Catholic jssued an vers. and members of the Cho-1clet-v of foresters and the ,ion aflcrn By Al Swegle A federal outlook .issued Friday indicated that A drop in soybean soybean production this year counted for the projected oulput 1.5C bil-labove the previous record pro- jduction records set last year i when farmers produced 5.C1 ,JU Surviving are two daughters.: i sen Few motorcycle club, the j Linn sin-riffs department re- i ported Mrs. When deputies arrived at and Mr: I tavern, about 20 persons were! Jones, Jefferson, the buildins; andjsnmdchildren. most of her life "lay fa" below last 'he fnclllmrc of'ss'.O to'w'o most 01 lui nil t.urn outpul Thursday estimated us. bin- was sijji SL.t ;m all-time record. :farmers planted .W.4 'search Ser-' acres down from 56.4 million outlook projec-' acres of last year. afternoon based First Drop Since 1969 reports" this week were .upon lhe acreage estimates pro-...... _ j( upon fOadithm in Junc. Arnett. Cedar bv lhe The acreage materializes would be survey of crop condi- ro wlthir, the U.S. drop in soybean plantings lions will be laKcn thc last weeh fighting inside the building and eight _ __. which washed out some corn figures are released. in lhe stree'.. i grandchildren; iwo brothers. Psia asm l rends .t. Official Estimate Silvers suffered cuts Erger. Norway: Walter The report Friday, based culture department held to ear-. the bruises to the head when he wasjErger, Cedar Rapids, and twojupon historical data and projections of record pro-: re'rt [jrst official sisters, Mrs. Ray Holston.lproduction trends, pegged soy-! duct ion this year. The depart- i of production this Cedar Rapids, and Mrs. output this year in thc-men! pegged corn output dcwuplayin" Hie iWi, re- Franklin ;airpni Wis.; Pala iiiiti Trends UM WiAlHfK JOKXAM Generally -fair weather is expected Saturday night over most of the nation with skies ranging from clear to partly cloudy. A few showers may be noted over portions of the low- er Rockies, Lakes region and Florida. D DPIGTS Andreas Found i hit with an unknown weapon. ;ile was treated a! St. Luke's ;hospital and released. j.Maher, Norway. range of billion bushels to j Two members of the motor-! Services: Monday at 1 p.m. at 1.47 i cycle club were treated at St. Patrick's church, by the' [Mercy hospital for injuries suf-iRev. Martin T. Latighlin wilh, jfered in thc fight. jthe NCSF honor guard. Kim L. Christiansen, 23, of 6121 St. Michael's cemetery. Norway, i I Wilson avenue SW, suffered a head injury and Frank H. Bauch, 29, of Ib44 A avenue NE, ters of Isabella at p.m. Sun-! 2926-Adv. suffered a broken ankle. j day with a vigil prayer service j Thc four other members of j by" Father Laughlin at 8 p.m. atj In Hospital Mrs. Ed Kunce, the group that were charged the Teahen funeral home where Hiawatha, is a surgical patient friends may call after 1 p.m. onjat St. Luke's hospital. Visitors are permitted. I mlllion issued, his week. billion bushels both fig- million bushel range -J.it Cm.n prodLlction Rosary by the National Catholic] Thrifty Steam Carpet Clean-i Society of Foresters and Daugh-jing rentals. The original! 366- K. of C. Install Hanzelka The Weather Extended Forecast Chance of a few showers and turning cooler Monday followed bv near at t h 'Holm's. Atalissa 'were Larry A. Licht, 22, .1 r D- Williams, 20, of Sunday. Not Guilty OT j2936 Bever avenue SE, and Er-' 'iiie A. Meierotto, 21, Fort Madi- son. Curtis H. Wei-l-j Fund Charges; MINNEAPOLIS (AP> Min- ins. 68. Monday at 2. wuio i .uin-1 iincier Dwavne OT Carrier p.m. has been found innocent' Sheets and Son, Tipton. Vintnn Clark Geatcr, 64. seasonal temperatures and fairj skies. High about 90 Monday [Monday at 2 and in 80s Tuesday and Wednes- United Methodis day. Lows in 60s. of charges involving four Wcs church.! Burial: Bear Creek Brandon. Visitation after Saturday at Campbell's. Keystone Bennei contributions he made to the Democratic presidential am pai gn o! Son. Hubert n'apolis Bismarck 9462 Chicago 7571 N. Orleans 9674.25 Denver 89 61 .25 New York 87 65 Duluth 8049.12 Phoenix 10586 Honolulu 8873.02 Seattle 7152 Houslon 90 76 Washington 85 62 C. R. Weather High Friday 93 Low overnight 77 Noon Saturday 9! 2 p.m..................... 94 j Rainfall ..................None; Total for July Normal for July 3.58 Normal through July ....20.19 Total for 1973 ............30.99 Barometer, rising ........30.13 Humidity at noon ........64% Wind direction and velocity at Gazette weather station at 2 p.m., Sff at 12 m.p.h. J3'2 !g2. Tuesday at Visitation 73'.OB i after 1 Monday. Fellmet's. Foster, 56. Monday at Grace United Methodist church. Vis- itation Rfter 10 Sunday, Krotis- sel-Fawcett's, Lamont. U. S. District Judge Edward McManus found Andreas and the First Trans Interoceanic Corp. of which he is chairman innocent Friday of eight counts of violating federal statutes dealing with corporate cam- paign contributions. The government had charged that in October, Andreas Sun rises a.m p.m. Year Ago low, 67; rainfall, none. Traveler's Forecast Sunday NFO Charges Forced Burning Of Recording DBS MOINES (AP) The Na- tional Farmers Organization charged Friday that Securities and Exchange Commission in- vestigators forced the burning of a tape recording of their donatJ0'ns from illegally withdrew from Interoceanic accounts and sent the money to Humphrey's cam- paign committee in Illinois. Andreas and the firm had been arraigned under a 1907 fed- eral law prohibiting campaign 'sun sets' meet'nS with NFO members. I The defense contended thatj Attorneys for the took out a loan from group contended that commis- sion lawyers attempted to co- ,erce members to destroy evi- Idence which would have bene- i fitted the NFO's defense in a Weather, Hi-Lo! fraud suit brougnt by SEC. Fair 87-o8; ....PtCldy 95-6 Bismarck Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Des Moines......i-n_my an-12 Detroit .PiCldy his company and deposited the funds' in his own checking ac- Crew Reported Still A.W.O.L. YOKOSUKA, Japan (AP) Forty-three crewmen of the U. S. aircraft carrier Midway failed to return to their ship when she left for maneuvers off Japan Tuesday, a navy spokes- man said today. He said, however, that 17 of the missing sailors had reported to Yokosuka naval base authori- ties by Saturday. Most reported, he said, that they missed the departure be- cause of Typhoon Gilda, which lashed Japan's main island of Honshu last week. Yokosuka is on Honshu, about 30 miles south of Tokyo. The spokesman, Lt. Julius Graw, said it was not known if the 26 sailors remaining absent without official leave were fol- lowing through a protest last month when Midway crewmen failed to return to the carrier as she left on maneuvers. But he said "26, even 43, is Ronald R.Wilson Ronald R. Wilson, 60, a resi- dent of Cedar Rapids until 1944 when he moved to Long Beach, Calif., died there Friday. Born Dec. 30, 1913, in Cedar Rapids, he was a veteran of World war II. Surviving are his wife, Gloria, a daughter, Nancy, Long. Beach; four sisters, Mrs. Robert Mohrbacker and Clarice Oakes, both of Long Beach; Mrs. Rob- ert Ford, Cedar Rapids, and Esther Smith, Leesburg, Fla., and a brother, Quentin, Fulford Harbor, B.C. Services will be Tuesday in Long Beach. Memorial Services Goodman, Anna Krug Services were Saturday at 10 at Chapel of Memories by the Rev. Lawrence A. Chamberlain Living room bedroom! Diamond Carpet Cleaners, 366-6226.-Adv. Purse Snatching Emily Barta, 823 Fifteenth avenue SW, Friday reported two youths knocked her down and took her purse containing at the in- tersection of Third street and Fifth avenue SW. Announcement: The law of- fices of Gerard J. Glaza, Wil- liam J. Matias, Robert F. Wil- son, Robert Matias and Larry P. Walshire have been moved to 810 Dows Opening for hairdresser. Max- i n e s Hairstyling. Adv. House Entered Betty Neu- figures could still be turned around in next month's report, as some farmers replanted soy- j beans when rains warned out corn acreage in early June. The inclement weather during May and June may cost Iowa farmers over million dol- lars, said Iowa Secretary of Ag- Iriculturc Robert Lounsberry. "I don't want to be an alarm- he said, "but the cash market loss may be over I million." Lounsberry said Friday thai acres of row crop has ei- ther been abandoned or shifted to less profitable crops such as late planted beans or forages. Conservative Figures In estimating the potential market loss, Louusberry used conservative figures acreage [yields of 90 bushels for corn and 30 bushels for soybeans and per bushel market prices of corn Wesley! and soybeans. bauer, 206 Fourth avenue SW, of Kenwood Park United Pres-j Friday reported her purse con- byterian church. Burial: Cedar taining cash and in food stamps was taken from her resi- dence. Memorial. count to make the loan to the not unusual for a ship of this campaign. Edward Bennett Williams, de- fense attorney, pointed out that, Paul Osla. Ci-.v spokesman Ben Strong) when the campaign organization .......Fair the organization knew ofjrepaid the to Andreas, fjj'lJf 35-40 instances in which SEC in- he also repaid the corporation. fj.gg.jgivestigators questioned NFO McManus decided the case ir 92-70 numbers in Iowa, Illinois andl without a jury. Since both sides ...PtCldy 98-74 North Dakota "sometimes as had agreed on the facts, there late 3S 10 U atlwere no and Mc- 95-71 n'ght.'' Manus heard only concluding cilief S. District Judge Wil- arguments. ...PtCidy C. Hanson refused to rule PtCldy 98-70, on an request for a tempo- Mississippi Stages LaCrosse (12) 5.1 fall .2 Lansing (18) 7.7 fall .1 Dam 5 (18) 14.3 no change McGregor (18) 7.7 rise .1 Guttenberg (15) 5.4 rise .1 Dubuque (17) 8.8 rise .5 Davenport (15) 5.9 rise .6 Keokuk (16) 6.3 rise 1.0 Cedar at C.R. (13) 4.02. rise, .07 Fires a.m. Friday. Faulty) smoke detector at 701 Tenth: street SE. p.m. Friday. Faulty Had Andreas been convicted on the four counts against him, jrary restraining order barring] he would have faced up to a SEC from contacting NFO year in prison for each offense. members except through court sanctioned deposition proceed- ings. The corporation would size." The Midway normally carries about men, he said. A Japanese newspaper, Maini- chi Shimbun, had reported Sat- urday that 47 men had been a.w.o.l. when the ship left Yoko- suka. Forty-five crewmen went a.w.o.l. June 14. Their leaders Fort Madison Man Is Killed In installed as Grand Knight of the Knights of 5544 Tues- as Deputy Grand was Bernie Nachazel. Kraft was reappointed financial secretary and the Rev. John Gregory retained the posi-'piiiAMtaii tion of chaplain. r i reman George Merrifield was named) R That spells out a market loss of 5180 per acre for both corn and soybeans. Lounsberry said multiplying this figure by acres gives a conservative cash mar- ket loss of n in Battle FORT MADISON One Fort Madison (UPI) man died I Porch Sale: Desk, couch, j stereo, 2 amplifiers, guitar, old Avons, clothing. Sunday 411 17th St. S.E.-Adv. treasurer, Larry Sharp, record-j ier, and Eugene Hess, chan-i A fire that started when insu- (cellor. ilation in the wall was ignited by L idishes, hjg to 4 early Saturday and another re- mained in critical condition fol- lowing the crash of their light plane about four miles south of here along U. S. 61. Radio Taken Virgil Novak, president of Novak LP Gas Co.. 420 Hawkeye Downs road SW, Friday reported a mobile radio unit and an electric calculator were taken in a breakin. The Ed Mayor was installed as ad- vocate and guards are Jim Glynn and Al Fiorentino. Frosty Davidson was named a three- year trustee and carry-over a torch used lo remove plastic tiles Saturday caused extensive damage to the Rick Edleman residence, 2336 Blakely boule- vard SE. Lyman David Wiseman, items were valued at died of head and neck injuries! at University hospitals in Iowa; Games, City. George BahJ, 26, was Sunday. Doors Camp ically injured and taken to Montrose, Saturday said they were protesting "poor'Fort Madison hospital where his! treatment and racial discrimi-j condition was reported "stable." Money Missing Edward nation" aboard the carrier.! The crash occurred 1427 Fourth street SW, "The" Midway's captain" Rich-l after takeoff from the Fort Ma- Friday reported wasjaken ard Schulte, at a June 27 news'dison airport and the conference, denied the sailors'; landed on its top with one wing] a breakin at his residence. trustees are Ray Rentschler and j Fire officials said Edleman Jerry Haeg. was working in the kitchen --------------------when the insulation in the walls Mail HeiB Gil Rape, j The fire extended to the walls. smoke damage throughout Randy B. Goodman, 26, no the house, address, was arrested on a rapej A fireman, Clair Clark, suf- and sodomy warrant Saturday jfered a bloody nose and facial afternoon following a foot chase that lasted 24 minutes. bruises when he was hit by a piece of siding. He was treated Police officers spotted Good-lat Mercy hospital and returned man in the vicinity of Twelfth avenue and L street SW. He fled to duty. have charges. He said private Ameri-1 broken off, authorities said. Wanted: Old coins. Free ex- An employe at the appraisal. Jerome Adv. been subject to fines of up to jean anti-war groups in Yokosu-i on each count. I Outfit from Library Bar Hauls Down Frisbee Title After Sentencing jka apparently encouraged plant, who saw the plane! j to miss the departure. down about p.m. Fri- said the wing of the single lail plane hit a high wire Jdll the plane then crashed along the on foot and officers pursued Hoirl cars and on foot. M via 11 I ItJIU UM Goodman was finally located i at p.m. Saturday hidingi Have booth space for rent to under a bed in a housc a' 1225J Robert J. Willenborg, 22, cv Drug Charge licensed cosmetologists. George Uhl Hairstyling Fourth street SW. He was taken to station for booking. the MARQUETTE, Mich. claim the coveted Julius T. !The air was heavy with spin- j Nachazel Memorial Trophy Six Are Hurt, at'705 Danbury street nmg plastic discs but when the j Highland avenues Aces in to Marquette when dis- annual international residents ibee tournament. dryer NE. p.m. Friday. Flush boys from Library j T, line on First street lne tournament was Second and Third avenues SE. oar emerged champion over the in Eagle Harbor but p.m. Friday children set fire to trash 1723 Grande avenue SE. p.m. Friday. Leak in ua: valve at 420 Hawkeye Downs road SW. Iowa Deaths llarengo John D. HansenJ'own, saw 38 Frisbee teams from as far away as California demonstrate their wrist-snap- ping prowess. Known alternately as the Harvey ,1. Kukuk .Memorial Open, the tournament lends an air of legitimacy to a sport often relegated to college fra- ternities. 3518 Be lair drive SE, police charged Saturday with posses- sion o! marijuana. Police arrested Willenborg in the 4700 block of Werner street NE shortly after a.m. when checking on a complaint that a man had fallen on the street. COLUMBUS Ohio (AP) A Willenborg was searched and Gary LaKose. 19, of 1225 her four children and ,sma11 quantity of what is _. tn marijuana was The witness said it appeared; C lApartment FlPe 18, the plane was attempting to: wne oeTIOUSly I T I C- I Linn on the highway. The craft.: p i F was belonged to the YMCA: 'H IN. transfer to the men's'Flying club of Fort Madison, Marion, was in UK. (condition with a brol--- with aggravation.! Traffic on U. S. 61 a coffee can and beer can i u IU lilt 1I1C11 5 1 1 Vlllg Ul guts competition ended the g hCI" reformatory at Anamosa was extensively damaged hard-hurling boys from Library I Thp waq nrioin I begin serving a 10-year sentence! did not explode in the crash. (condition with a broken pelvis idied'Iatu7da" in YTire' uTa't'found in his He was for with aggravation. Traffic on U. S. 61 was and facial cuts suffered Salur-lSeJan inT livL room of a (being held in the ccuntv jail He remained at large Saturday, [blocked for about three hoursjday in a two-car collision nd lorv Kyde, formerly of Milwaukee, j following the crash and had to also caused minor injuries wiri a trusty at jai, Hejbe detoureti. Thc destination of .onties said. apartment, auth-; 42. Hoover-Valentine1 Monona Leslie D. Secland, 80. Monday ai, St. Paul Lutheran church. Visitation at after noon Sunday. Anamosa Bessie F. An- dreeseu, 75. Monday at St. Paul's Lutheran church. Goet- Wocdstock4yPG >'OUI1S walked away from the jail be-i the plane was not known The two-day weekend event, ;pie s riots with open sex, pot tween 2 and p.m. Friday_ ______________ held on the shores of and motorcycles." Linn district juFd Rober; Os.f Superior m this upper peninsula 38 Frisbee i i Dragged by Car, Child Is Critica 7 Koreans Get Death Sentences for Plots five other persons. The accident occurred at a.m. at the intersection or Arrested on Blairs Ferry road and Council! street NE. (Continued from Page 1.) .ccution testimony centered on Law Violations the distinction between a break- in and what Ehrlichman said Lori Be.sla. 17 months, was critical condition at Mercy hos- pital Saturday with head inju- ries suffered Friday when she was dragged by the wheels of hi.lr father's car. munelson Thursday sentenced Kyde to prison after he pled leniences TOr KlOfs a car driven byi Four persons were charged! guilty to robbing James Mold-j SEOUL, South Korea brother. Jerry 20 !Friday with consuming beer a secret but not illegal enhauer. 3005 Bowling military court Thursday 1346 Eleventh street, Marion ja publlc streeL SW, of at knife-point on May i found 2l persons guilty of plot-i failed to stop for the stop sign1 Carol A. Richter, 18, of Minini, nl ting student uprisings to over-jand struck a car driven by Pa-jSecond avenue SE; Jcannie L-'Barker and PP 324 i operation to examine Ellsberg's 'files. It was co-sponsored Wham-0 Frisbee Corp. 26. of 1015 High out of a Lee enue SK. space The child was dragged for feet before Besta realized w Kalona John Y. Sv.-art- zendruber, 83. .Monday hi 10, LOV.XT Deer rhiirch. Visitation at Powell's. Kiilona, after 5 Saturdav. Wcllman _ Harvey Gl Wagamon, 72. .Monday at rowelIV. Wellmnn, v.-h'erc Ca" 'lllt! most-honored Monday at lo. .St. Paul's Catho-.rules: "All participants must lie church, Xewiinll. before, during and alter Plav-" 1'rhan'r' Vvn-iri v TI rn T'lc defending champion High- ir, W Monriav nt 2 Aces of Wilmettc. 111., chapel, Center I'wm. lost a match in three, "'ert Visitation :vcars to tho Library bar m Snte, Calumet. Mich., in Or-lwein final, or guts, event. BO. Monday at at Sacred! that segment nf competition, two five man teams face off 15 yards apart and fire the fluorescent discs al speeds reaching (ill miles an hour. Thc object is lu make Hie charges, prising drop the Thc defense is expected to Ihercby scoring a point. lOpen its case after delivering Thc Library bar team blasted arguments on defense motions lhe Aces, 23-21 and 21-8, lo I Tuesday. Faces Added Jcrr-v LaKosc was charged 23, of 0 i The sentences against To Ye-with failure to stop. "rl Mark B- fiO. head of the now-defunct, Both Jerry LaKose by thc lo ice said the child was in-! address, was charged Friday People's Revolutionary partyJGardner suffered head cutsj Thomas E. and jural ma parking lot across j with intoxication, assault and] and six of his followers were the i They were treated at St LukeV1004 Regent slreel NE. was ar- Stroh Brewing Co., a SWIbattery and resisting an officer. )first death sentences since Park hospital and released 'rested at Sixteenth avenue and isTsearch' in light of one Police said Smith was January cracked down on in-. Three other passengers in street SW. He was also "A physical breakin is not ivenue and Bjtellcctuals, politicians and stu-lLaKose car were treated at with intoxication. 222 Fifth SW, were arrested on the First andJ avenue bridge. cuts. jEllsbcrg's files, Gesell said, L a government agent in- ivades an area in which there is i legitimate expectation of pri- Larney, 2G. of Vacy, to look through such papers without permission, that at Sixteenth p.m. on the intox-jdent leaders threatening his hospital and released. j liichter and Cook poslcd They were Kristine Lurlh, bond and were released. Berg Prosecution Rests In Iowa Beef Case 73. .Monday Visita- tion .Sunday morning. Burial: riidgr-v.-oori rernelci-v, North Liberty. Gay's. Me- morial funrl i Sieoiirnry William II. Ahrens, Kti. Monday at 2 Holm's. SiKOiiriif.v _ liuili M. C.-ir- rnichacl, Kcrvicf.s tentative- ly bchednled for Tuesday at in treatment. Bond for Smith NEW YORK (AP) The pro.1'- on each charge. He was being ecution has rested its case in in the county jail, lhe misdemeanor trial of Iowa Beef Processors. Inc., and its board chairman on bribery con- ication charge. jthoritarian rule. Smith allegedly punched pa-! The three-man military court of 807 Third street SW, 5125 and was released, trolman Michael Birmingham sentenced eight other persons to buffered a back injury; Diane.! Carney was taken lo when police booked him into the life imprisonment and six Tracy LaKose, both 18, of county jail en bond of county jail. Birmingham to 20 years in jail. Thc vcr-ilMB Eleventh street, Marion.'____________________ fered a cut on the inside of his diets arc subject to review LaKose suffered a: mouth, but refused authorities, and lhe de- shoulder injury and Tracy La- fendants can also appeal. Kose suffered a cut knee set at _____________________________________________________ sential." the judge told thc jury. He said government officials or their agents entering private property to search or seize ma- theiterials required a search war- 'rml or permission. WEDDING FLOWERS for Beauty from PIERSON'SX Ynur Fin FlnrlM 1800 l.llh Blvd. NW I lowcrphnnr .166-IH26 For 61 years flowers for all occasions E. L Convonfonf downtown 30B Third Avenue U. 365-Oil I Only one service... our best to all. Cost is entirely a matter of personal choice. John Son Turner's Easl, 800 Second Avo SE Turner's West, 1221 First Ave. West