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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 24, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                I'rdar liapids fiazctle: IVdl., Julv 21, 1971 3A County Atty., Sheriff in Now We Can Put Wafergafe Verbal War Behind Us, Jaworski Says to ?AM 7 30.00 Mrs. Konnetn Le'iSrran NEWORU.A.NS Memorial Service- I'.iuKcM. l.ul-i M. S 70 V UM ft fOVCK AM Subject to Appeal rain held Si as subject lo appe American General, Rain is expected Wednesday night in mast of the Gulf coastal states, the upper Mis- sissippi valley and the vicinity of the Labs. Clear to partly cloudy elsewhere. The- Weather 43 .13 NOW York toss 'Eighth struct luium li 57 phoL'mx ..10j u5 lonolulu r-3 77 Seatlle 6952 o ,1 U ,1; 11. li.lo louslon S6 73 81 66 .08 stlVet NE" Extended forecast fair Fri-: sn day througli Sunday. Highs the 80s Friday and Saturday the 80s by Sunday. Lows in the' ancj "t0sis' Sylvester A. Smith Sylveslcr A. il'ad Smith. 81. of First avenue SF. died .Mondav at a Cedar Itapids hos- pital. Ile v.as born at Commerce nd Dec. 211, or, His family moved to (Irinnell win-re he attended .-MIU.IIUUIJ IL'S. Jllf n.s married to l''rances Vb Cracrncr April 'i lie wa.s thc past 10 member of Immaculate Con- Blair Ilar-'gaged ill both the life insurancejceplion Catholic church: the '.land fir business ianci Plumbers and Steamfitters local 387 in Davenport. 'It also has subsidiaries en- Surviving arc three daugh- Grinncll, Mrs. Tiiirly-seventh y Fraxier, 1201. sircct Dnane also has subsidiaries cn- XK; c: ,1] fined in rendering investment by tin I'll.-r. Burial: l.inwood 1'iH'iins mav call at ihi- ciiapol and casualty insurance 'Knights ol Columbus in .Newton: Thur.sdav. Tin- na has been addressed has de- clined to comply with i; and has pcaehmtnt." M c C in a lor contempt. new-men. interview lhat Grant wa- "not "'hlL' 1SSUL' ;1 !'''c-'- .McClory also said he thought Jpiini.- 'n to make statements Jor contempt the comniillee should hold t Turner for liie army. He's JUM one ol- engender impeachment proceedings in C. jjccr and an outdated and out- and would iurtlicr de- order lo tiie lapes for its lay both review on the merits own inquiry rlaun aad "This ck.arh is relevant in- will not be opcnrd after liu Vantalec, Viola Thursda.-, prosecutor to termination of the i advisory services. Intoxication Konald iva-; ik. femur Point: John Kirby.iand management invcstmcnt bro. 131-t Second avenue SE forfeited S30 bond. Faulty equipment Miirjkcrage services, insuring of real C. R. Weather High Tuesday Low overnight Noon Wednesday J p.m............... Precipitation Total for July Normal for July___ Normal through July Total for 1974 Barometer, rising Humidity at noon ..........67% street NW; fined and costs, jsubsidiaries market their prod- Wind direction and velocity j Driver's license violation ;Ucts and services throughout the at 2 p.m. S at 10 mph. Euggicrc, 179 Indianda-lso states and various terri- Sun Thursday ?E: fined S20 and Victor Turner, Fourth; street SW; fined S10 and costs. formation." .McClory said. "We have subpoenaed it. we want it a sloppy piece and to report articles to the of investigating on Iheir j, )jc a dis. Keith Paul, Mabel. Minn., Maim-Ye- addccl Faches. "There's no evi- The chief justice read thc service." to Phyllis Constant. Indue. Burial: Odar Me-'dence in our files that the kid opinion in full from the bench in i Hale, 10--1 Thirty-sixth av- SW; fined S10 and costs. I Improper turn Lorraine .....iNoneiEddy, 5-101 Johnson avenne ......1.55'SW; fined and costs. ......3.581 Improper passing Konald 90 19 Gray, Peoria, Ilk; fined S20 and .....3149 costs- .....'in 19 lurking violation Sandra i Twenty-seventh! estate titles, mortgage banking, savings and loan operations, real estate development and management, equipment, leasing and operating radio and televi- sion stations, as well as certain service subsidiaries. "American General and its Grove, Minn.; two sons., Burlington, and Larry, Ocean-j side, Calif.; 20 grandchildren b t could have been a pusher." ;i steady, unemotional voice. Kdwanl T. "Draw Pictures" Normally only a summary of _ ID a, St. Maun-, rcsponded. lhink n, ;m opinjon js bu( a said the committee will Won't Wait However, Chairman Rodino 11 great-grandchildren; twojsodawasscr. Burial: a commercial artist to the justices said Justice; brothers. Vincent. Seattle, andl'T- Wake service: p.mJdraw pictures of the crime rc-jDouglas insisted that this opin- Paul, Elk River, Minn.; and at Stewart so thc county attorney can ion sisters, Julia Haigg. Minn., and Nellie Friday at'chapel of Caches saicl lnal because of; "oley, Minn. by the'RCV. Neville jtllis curren' Services- 11 am Thursday Clas'tnn Cedar reveal Mary's Catholic r-hnroh his i ahead with its bate and vote on articles of im- be read in full. ipeaehment without waiting for ithe tapes Nixon has been or- Rehnquist Disqualified dered to surrender. Justice Rehnquist Rodino has advised by St. Mary's Catholic church at sets, Year Ago Today High, 85; 72; rainfall, none. Traveler's Forecast Bought by Subsidiary Offense by owner Marld Woodson's application staled Foley, Minn. j Memories by'the "iicv." Neville current controversy he; ,vould reveal that the sheriff has himself from the case because experts who worked on intervention "in his former service as an Wnitc HouEC tanes tnat it: a eases" for ''educ-isistant to John Mitchell, lakc at least two months Kuebrich A vigil service will be! p.m. today and of sentences of criminals1 one of the cover-up produce usable transcripts, held at 6-30 pm Wednesday P-m- Friday. Thclkepl in the county jail. i when Mitchell was attorney gen- cveii committee received Smith funeral' home, bn dosccl at "Because of his lack of abilityieral. Burial: Hazelwood cemetery.I i> !or to handle Persons] The other defendants in Thursday Weather, NE; fined and costs. Bismarck..........Fair 86-55 p. Chicago .........Ptcidy 87-671 Iowa Ueatns ,V- fined S15 and costs that the common stock of Failure to use signal-Ron-ed Fire Casualty actually aid Congers, 2058 Larry drive jwas purchased by the Maine 'Bonding and Casualty Co, a wholly-owned subsidiary o f Cincinnati Cleveland De.s Moincs 82-62 ..PtCldy 80-60 ..PtCldy 86-65 Cloudv 80-59 Indianspolis Kansas City Milwaukee -Mols.-St. Paul Omaha St. Louis Sioux Falls 83-G5 .PtCldv 91-70 .Tsluvrs 82-63 ..PtCldy 87-63 .PtCldv 100-65 ..PtCldv 38-158 PtCldv 90-61 Tama Darren Dale Chyma, 2-vejjr-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel P. Chyma. Thursday at __ (11 at St. Paul Lutheran church. Burial: Memorial Gardens, rn Marshalltown. Mason-Hand's. Grinnell. Mrs. Karl Kaemmerle Gillard Pvt Mi phi pi P __ liL. ULijC! uticimdina m uic a.m. Friclav at Chapel of in his jail, he is case are former Memories. Friends mav rail at. effect asking to let criminals go Njvnn u p W the tapes right away. i The committee has sub- C 1 a r a i f o r m e r Maryland Casualty Co., which is, in turn, a wholly-owned sub- sidiary of American General. Kaemmerle, 76, a resident of Cedar Rapids, died Monday in Kissim- mee, Fla. For 36 years, Mrs. Kaemmer- le was employed by the Rock Scott Mclntyre. sr.. is raill.oad at Cedar R ids nt fiu sxfi ohcu'nc If! _ _ _, _ as owner of shares or 18. Clarence Minnie Koth, 86. percent of the total of 376.740 at Rci and Rock Island, 111. She was Memories. Friends may call at i Cedar Memorial funeral home I after 5 Wednesday and at the chapel after 9 a.m. Friday. The casket will not be opened at any time. Pvt. Gillard drowned July 8. Full military services will bo conducted. His mother, Mrs. Clarence Giltard, Fulton, Mo., will be staying at the Belly Blado residence, 1056 G avenue NWr. same tapes the court order but loose on the streets before their and Johrl Ehrlichman; Robert i AT. r has refused to u full sentence is cri-lMardian. a formcr assiclant at.j with the subpoenas. licizcd Faches. Series of Conflicts torney general: Gordon Stra-l thas Ichan." who was Haldeman's to lhf Concernmg the ease that assistant, and Kenneth Parkin-jlee so lhat thc conlmlfl sparked the conflict, an aUomey [or Nixon's re- said would be nothing committce. Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in brackets) LaCrossc (12) 5, fall .6 Lansing (18) 8-5, no change Dam 9 (18) 1.3, no change McGregor (18) 7, no change at at St. John's Initcd Church of Christ. Chap- nan's. Vintou Vada L. Neve, 7G. Friday at 2. Campbell's. Anamosa Louis E. Han- fnan. 78. Frida IGocttsch's. Anamosa Bradley Dean shares of United Fire stock.} Directors ar.d officers cf the firm as a group own 120.933 shares or 32.1 percent. This lat- ter figure includes the Mcln- at 11 atityre, sr, stock. Guttenbcrg (15) 4.2. rise .2 Dubuquc (17) 7.S. rise .6 Davenport (15) 4.8. rise 1.2 Kcokuk (16) 3.7, fall .3 Becker, 16: and Donald Eugene Becker, 12. Thursday at at Nashua Methodist church. Surviving arc her husband, Karl; three sisters. Mrs. Paul Gordon and Mrs. George May- field of Cedar Rapids and Mrs. Herbert Darman of Marlin, Texas; and two brothers. Clif- Mclntyre said more than 50 jford 'and Merrill Hanscn of percent of the stock is owned R ids management, employes and Knj..... prohibit his office refiling the charges within three years if jGifford's enlistment did 10 YEARS AGO out. would still have to seek the tapes on its own, despite the court's rul- ing. i _____________ At the Western White House'-7 rj in San Clemente, Calif.. KeqU6St was scheduled to talk! Grant said the current con-i s with President Johnson about Itroversy was just the most re steps to avoid any inflating of j cent in a series of conflicts over1 trouble over eivil ri0Mt: in iVinithe seven vear.s he has heeni had no immediate comment on What the President's response trouble over civil rights in seven years he has been Is Withdrawn by L T. Enterprises presidential campaign. dealing with Faches. local stockholders. .15 Burial: Greenwood cemetery. Prayer services Thursday at I at Gocttsch's, Anamosa. Fairfax M. Hans Cedar at C.R. (13) 4.15, Turner chapel west, Cedar i'01' mailin; Company Statement In a statement being prepared to stockholders, re- Coralville Lake i established. Pool level Wednesday 686.89 Marriaqe Licenses Kcola Herr, Amana, and David Day. Macon, Mo. Births Mercy July 22 To Joyce Cooper, fnmflk'sofi S'X ''CportS damaSe to cars Er'v'i'n' Mi VernoVi a iallc' r e s' d e n c e s apparently daughter: Ronald Laird, by a pellet gun were avenue NW. a son. received Tuesday by police. Births Luhe's Rapids. 'A memorial has been I ferring to the stock purchases Windows Are Targets for C.R. j by American General, I said. "We can only speculate as jto their intentions in acquiring i this interest in our company. [We can say that it is our inten- The body was cremated. Pri- vate services and burial will take place later in Linwood ce- metery. Friends 'who wish may make men Camp Good LaPeters Cites Indictments As Reason for Presidential counselor Dean i Burch said earlier that Nixon is "well aware of the magnitude" lot the issue and would address forthwith to the court's reaming re- 't by L'T' Enterprises, In icourt. Five Cedar RaPids Policc lhe issue of the guilt or of the suspended iflCCrS' he said' "That uZlf T S Idominium units on Edgewood arguments before thejroad NW near its intersection St. Clair said the case o ear- bc ment with respect to the law." Yil ,hen reabSitted I formed thc civil service com-'decided in lhe d'stnct; "The President, on the other; form. The revised request was mission Tuesday afternoon. jcourt proceedings." ;hand. has his obligations underidenied by the city planning The explanation of the suspen- LaPcters could not be reached lhc Constitution." St. Clair said. :commission [which had ap- sJons was in answer to comment Wednesday. Earlier Promise proved the original to continue to provide the island nation within the next filed earlier hy the officers, As-' A motion to deny the revised company with the best manage- imcnt of which we are capa- (Continued from Page 1.) few weeks and reassumc l-Ak of- [sistant Chief Wallace Johnson fice. land Detectives Darwin Am- At a news conference in New j meter. Robert Manchester, The That statement will also Makarios said he Donald Ros-i'ion not bcforclwould comph it that earnings for the derides' accession to dail. 'flve pollcc oftlccl's (half of 197-1 were acting presidency, but ex-i Thc commission has ten days The most serious case u July 23 _ To ihe families in the Kirkwood pcr compared cicrides lo relinquishilo set a hearing Charles Brown. Walker, ,ollegc lot or S2 a share for voluntarily upon his rc-lpcals. .drive NE. said because a consid-; Thai case never reached lhe John Xo. The lm' thc prelate also said he "rJsons in the lllallcl'' th? dcci-jXixon and'oiher White House; .Robert Ray Daseke of Amana mil I, IUI III ULUi Ll. 11 1U. iJU rtJIU 1 I ,r 1 I 11- I'd O" o i r-Ur., .1J 1, 1-------- _____1 !-_. !___1. ,______ I __ _: -11 I 111 nrl rrili If tn i m il; Tuesday. Damage lo (he fcivcc! with much cited only the indict- Nixon promised during a was {or action !ar dispute with Jaworski's pro- by the dty council why public Archibald Cox, that no vojc was laken because with a "defini- the request was withdrawn. sus- live ruling of the supreme______________ ,ponded recently. court on whether he had to turn Eldon Collon. 3G6 ovor tal'cs sought by Cox. drive N'E. said because a consid-; crable Marriages Dissolved C. and Tuonan! vehicles was estimated at Windows and screens at the, .n-'> of Edna Xechvillc, r the same period in the news of the end of militarymenls. not the alleged activities shnuld havc bcpn made by: spokesmen have consistently re-'P'od guilty to a charge of mali- enlirc coimcil aftcr a lo in injury to a building in Linn district court Tuesday. Storm Loss Baker. II. and llarilyn and 2711 Seelv avenue SR. and Ste-! Eichard A. Martens. 7 lm Thirtieth1 indicated lhat .could "positively contribute'' to Fires SF. wcro reported dam-llhc firm' along wilh othtT return lo Cyprus." p.m. Tuesdav. 'surers of properly risks in this As far as partition of mi-eling to car motor romnnnrni in jn pickup a substantial concerned, the aivhbisop'ing LaPoters. front_ Sixir, ntli ;1V1'- hv storm loss claims during thcjsaicl he expected Turkey .McCiuire Nui-Tenlh street SW. was reported Tlu' :i for call ai Twentieti. streH broken Tucsdav while it was lns'si's for pt'nnd of lho island' "'llil'h he obsorvo and A NK. inrked in lhe WO block of Siv "ahsolnlely unacTepta-lhc snccitiralion a.m. ,hle." hei'ii ralniL-iled I rule in Greece." adding that ai (obstruction of jnslice. the dispute with Jaworski. __ I change to a more democratic'and in some cases conspiracy) i Hi' said since the suspended: At a news conference Monday. oiiginally been 'form of government in led to the indictments. officers will probably receive night. St. Clair again with arson m connec- Ntititicaiion back pay if they are exoncral- under repeated questioning WIth allegedly setting fire The notification came after a'l'd- "I might better serve whether Xixon obey a to an apartment building in Mondav if 'hey are allowed to re-'supreme court order in the Manon- charge was re- duced and sentencing is set for Aug. 30. Ile is free on bond. Court .till parked in lhe 500 block of Six- leenlh avefnic SK Two windows in a car owned by Leonard .1. Hayes. 2717 U av- itii Tuesday were report conr! order in City 'Attorney1 main on their jobs. :case. lhc city Safetv Coipniissioiu'r James Steinbeck, who affirmed Chief rs suspension of the 'lawiT.-ki snecifiralioiis may said he is Ic mtvl :crn calculated lo prevenl pre-.with Collon and explain lhe rca- American can put rri'ininm for lhc six-; The 1'. S. lOuropean command.irial lodimony on lhe specific son for thc action. behind ilu-m. moiilh period increased j hi Germany said the remaining charges during the commission city Attorney McC.uirc "We've been lold l_..ri perccnl In Slt.-122.OIIO. Americans on Cyprus ;.said the stale law is .specific in again lo get Walcrg menl income was vss Trenlon Wednesdayj I'.y citing lhe indictment of ihe'giving lhc authority In' suspend :ini1 can." said i Mill-: Point: li "f An-joflicers. Instead of thc acnisa- civil .-ervice employes lo OlisroadSF lions of specific illegal acts, the chief and safely Wednesday morning Ihr slockjhv lirili.sh planes to l.i'ndoiiispi-cificalions seem lo limit tes-not lo the entire'ccuncil. i Someone's SHIP 1 BOO Elli; Blvd. NW FLOWERPHONE 366-1826 iniiihviln: Thinnas. A window in a I'.-nricia .1. Titus. I.id: Wayne Tuesdav was reported Hrll'-ib sirrel Mnlhnlland, while it was parked Irivr. Marion: ill her residence. Third used in shootiii the having i information aooul the incidents lo conlacl BROSH CHAPEL Ahcml Our i'nsu ranncil Si-n'ircs .Since flowers for all occasions JOHN E. LAPES COIHTnirnt dmvnto'ivn iiunlion :ird A vi'. si: y relevant lo the liciirings. I think Dial's probably- 10 YKAHS ACI) S. of- said Mcdiiirc. iilthfliigh ficinis. who were a few d nol siiy Ihid the ;igo about danger of reason lhc specilications were expanding war in Sonlheas! o lhc indiclmcnl of the Asia, to sliii! off liilk with South Yielnam Inraised Issue gaming ol early attacks on .specifications do Vietnam Let our Flowers express your respecf and love FLORIST ond GIFT SHOP 364-8139 phono cnswored hoots ovety dciy. Look To Classified Each Day For Shop The Want Ads For Excellent Buys.   

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