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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 1, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                NAIONAI 30.00 lOWtSI TIMrtRATUItiS Chief: Police Indictments Woodward 'Are a Mess' DEATHS Mrs. Williom Trarey Doris M. Tracey, 49. of 2119 Reynolds avenue SW. died i Cedar Kapids police Chief year law student Wallace 1-a I'etcrs lashed out at They're a mess." the findings of Ihe recent grand When asked who drew the in- jury probe of the police depart- dictmonts Peters responded men, ;md th" sjxv-isl prownitor r r I! 'he at the 'I'lmrsday Noon Ijons club charge? not proven per- 1, meeting at the Roosevelt hotel. sonaiiv IK-C. Mr.-. Thf Cedar llapid'; (iazolie: 1, 1914 3 Bridge Problems Didn't Prompt Loitering Law sudden By -Mike lleuprce pedestrians near the river at Prosed lily ordnance With brought against live police of- The chi'.-f   James Stemheck. said brought before the civil service in reply 'o a question. "The in- commission "in a few days I dictmenrs were so poorly drawn believe (hev can bc reh.ibili- 1 wouldn't give them to a first- tated. And i would no; be at all relih-tiiiit to put them back lo 't.'onlinued from Page 1 j "We v.'cre already working on th's matter before the Firs! ave- prompted solely by recent dis- thing (.arne Tr-v.ey Arizona, Florida Rate as Pastes Growinq States Mi at 2 p.m. Kridav bv tr !'.vo sihter- l-'wt chard. Wever: Harvey A. mens. Mich. young people on avenue Although h e disturbances b.-i-lac and in riverfront played a par! in drafting (he or park... Safety Commissioner diiiance. he added, the biggest .lames Steinbeck said Thur.-day. reason was similar complaints T h e new ordinance V-K shoppers and business bv ii.p nn its "lfc" loiterers in the loop I, area. >fl Steinbeck said the complaints ir.l to a meeting between him- self, rolice Chief Wallace La- Peters and City Attorney Dave of tin' timtni; of the Mei.mre. at which it was deter- nbeck said, many mined that the present city ordi- drav.n be- nance does not give police ade- i. V ever llumburd filan- a brother i. M1 Cie- lieeai ordmanc'-. St people tiiink inure Already Working UN W{ ATHKt t-OTOCASl Rain is expected Thursa'ay night in eastern New Mexico, western Texas and the upper and mid Mississippi valley. Clear to partly cloudy elsewhere. Jan Zonneveld Files for C.R. The Weather Skarc. 2.110 Northvicwj Marion, fined anrii larger figure, but admitted .1000 '.yas a preliminary fig- Mafes Chape, of at 2 p.m. iTiday by tne Kev. cause u] complaints concerning authority to deal with the Several Attempts WASIII.NfiTON il.'Pli The Fredrick Moore' Denmark youths hanging mn'-irNi-- and problem Jerry Ward, nuclear group fastest growing slate in thtvl.'nitcd Congregational church leader for IE, told The is either Florida or Ari- at Denmark. Burial: Cedar Me- U A the malfunction was depending on how you Friends may call at covered quite quickly. People in'culate it. Cedar Memorial funeral home (Continued from Page 1 i the area made several attempts New Census bureau f> p.m. Thursday and at r to get the valve to close. The en-i released show that in terms ofithe chapel after 9 a.m. Friday. 'a" tin lire incident was over in abo, sheer population growth Flori- Friends may. if they wish, do- "bene-nd. 30 minutes to an hour." 'da is the winner nate lo the So- are working on He added he does no, know. poouLUon mw bv or the l.inn County Current Wording The current ordinance says "No person shall obstruct or encumber any street or other public place by loafing or loung- ing in or about the same, after being requested to move on by Its population grew by whiil "10 valve the three-year Kumi driver's license Jan Zonneveld, 47, of Twenty-third street SE, -support of the three is .similar to a Cincinnati ordi- 5161 The plant was removed from census was taken, and July I. an- service for repair of the valve, U I Rflrnpr us J. barger nance declared invalid by the i with obstruction in jus- H" ,Phylli? a and. causc L much lo lhc dls. ii uriyii S ilCcll.SP ,i nnfl (uivi if fitt milCh In 11 Dana Sknre, 23111 NorthvievvBounced Thursday he is a can-lbul was lo be again was due to net migra-ljficnt 150 Eighteenth street defiance of committee imliv I, ,1 .iriv, Marion; C. lh ar ,-rm electricity the flow of people shc movcd Ccntcl. nas. 'No Hazard' _ r mi E _ uw impeachment, which charge High temperatures Wednesday. Ic.-. 11-171- .T -r u _ peratures overnight ana inches of piecigi latioii: Anchorage t.Angelci HI 46 Atlanta S9 (B Miami 9078 Bismarck 81 Si Mln'apolis ai 57 Chicago 7] 47 H Orleans SO 70 Denver tt Si .H New York B8 7i Ouluth A7 SO Phoenix 107 BO .33 Honolulu Seattle B9 58 Houston 33 Washington 90 6i Extended Forecast Mostly j fair Saturday through Monday! s'haHeT.Tl'oTsixteenth' avenue1 Zonneveld returned nnmina- with lows in 50s and highs in'SW, fined nnd costs. tion papers Thursday. Mo" cominfi New Wording He is employed as jf growth rate of 16.1 pcrcent.iCedar Rapids in 1937. Mrs. group turning lo non-comntiltoe The new ordinance says, "It pnaici, LH. ,t Jfjie next highest were Honda, Barger was a member of Eagles'members for help. shall bc unlawful for any person auxiliary 2272. AS soon as the report is Pcrsons to collect- assemblc -6 Johnson nvenue NW, each'ldidate for a lhree-year term fined 15 and costs. the Cedar Rapids Community! Failure to stop in assured i school beard !clear distance ahead Steven; IE officials stressed that the! the state from other areas On a percentage basis, Ari- ago. died i in preparation for the debate. McGuirc said the present a sudden1 both sides on the committee Rapids ordinance is highest. The illness. Born Jan. 27, 1918. Wednesday weeks after members release of tne water did not mid 70s. in Arizona's population Muscatine. ohe was raised aspects of the case j in the three-year period equaled Canton, Mo., before coming t to study vague and almost useless. C. R. Weather High Wednesday Low overnight........... Noon Thursday.............. .63 2 p.m. Thursday Precipitation Total for August ............1.56 Normal for August Normal through Aug. Total for 1974 ..............33.05 Barometer, falling ........-30.08 fined and costs. Rick Murrson, 3fl7 Emmons I street, Hiawatha, fined and Leon Noggle, 203 L ave- tEglnue NW, fined S15 and costs. 'Ronald D. Pettit, 1135 Hub- bard avenue NE. and Michael ..2.971 Casey, 1624 Seventh avenue 23.16jSE, each fined and costs. Improper muffler Hester Pierson, 309 I avenue NW, fined and costs. Driving on wrong side Eddie Shndenhelm, 418 First avenue NW, fined and Humidity at noon Wind direction and velocity at 2 p.m., NNE at 7 mph. Sun rises Friday, sun sets, I born, no address, fined and Year Ago Today High, manager of product filings at] The gross radioactivity of the 13.1 percent- Nevada 12 Life Investors, Inc. water as it entered the river A native of the about one one-millionth Tnc he "has lived in Cedar Rapids a millileter. lhat is the amount of radioac- tivity allowed in drinking water since March, 1973. Zonneveld is married and has four children, two of whom attend Cedar Rapids schools. He attended the_____________ university for three years in! Ward said samples of the lorado, of Harold which is to be nextior group together and after state she is survived by Rodino will co be-iboing so collected, assembled or growth during this period Mrs. James Pen-Ve the rules committee together, to stand, sit, J.3 percent. Cedar Rapids, Mrs. Wil-jrequr.si resolution setting ailay. stluat or loiter. on bv the United States draartmen'tI TrailinS Florida increased liam Evans, Los Angeles, on debate sidewalk, parking on any numbers were California, Sheryl Barger, Cedar Rapids: wha[ kind of amendments, if islrcet corner, park or at any of public health. Arizona, and Co-ison, Ned, Cedar Rapids; a'any, will be in order. costs. Reckless driving Bob Os- Leiden, the Netherlands. Zonneveld said his "main con- cern is as a taxpayer." He said he supports the best quality ed- ucation that the taxpayers can Cedar river's natural radioac-! tivity, taken routinely before the accident occurred, showed its natural radioactivity to be one one-ten-m i 11 i o n t h of a mi- Amendments? low, 58; rainfall, none. Traveler's Forecast crocurie per millileter. He also said he favored a take Samples Unlawful use of license P3y teach- SamPlcs of the sister, Betty Eakcr, Flint, Mich; two brothers. Phillip Stein.: Rock Falls, 111., and Gerald: Most :Stein, Sterling. 111., and like to prevent amend- j grandchildren. j ments to the 'three articles that Services: Saturday at 1 p.m. have been approved, limiting Both Gas Rate Hike, Refund _ C. R. Area 'n Janeba-Kuba funeral home Bismarck Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Des Moines Detroit....... Indianapolis Kansas City Milwaukee Mpls.-St. Paul Omaha St. Louis Sioux Falls Friday Weather, Hi-Lo .........Fair 77-48 .......PtCldy 80-62 ___Cloudy 84-65 ...Cloudy 81-63 ...Cloudy 84-61 ..Cloudy 84-63 76-63 ..Cloudy 73-54 ...PtCldy 83-58 .Tshwrs 84-65 ...PtCldy 76-53 Gordon Marr, 2018 H NE, fined and costs. Iowa Deaths I n d e p e n dcnce Bessie Hamlin, 81. Saturdav at 2 at White's. Clutier William J. Krezek, 73. Mason-Hand's, Tama. Volga Levi (Dick) Cous- ins. 70. Friday at at the Methodist church. Burial: Wa- dena cemetery. Witt's, Elkader. i Strawberry Point David J.i Hamlett, 78. Friday at at Emanuel Lutheran church. Fecney's. i Toledo ers, smaller group instruction for students, and emphasis on will be taken again, Ward, said, but he does not expect to find basic skills of reading, writingjany change in the radioactivity and arithmetic. Starting this month, the average gas customer in Cedar Rapids of Iowa-Illinois Gas and Electric Co. will be paying 23 cents more per month. ;other public place in the City of .Cedar Rapids to the hinderance or obstruction to passage committee Democrats and use of any person or per- sons passing on or along or using any sidewalk or street, park, or other public property in Cedar Rapids." members to motions to strike of west by Phillip Stein. whole articles or sections Czech National. The casket or to proposing additional; not be open at any time.particles. McGuire said the primary fc J of the river water. [The company announced The mam emphasis should The 3.000 gallons of radioac-Thursday the state commerce i be on the three Zonneveld said, "not that band, music, and the other things are bad, but the emphasis should be on the basics.'1 Coralville Lake Pool level Thursday___682.88 Births Mercy Ardie Ottcrman. 90. Friday at 2 at Henderson's. Colesburjr _ Willis O'Neal, 87. Friday at at Apple- 1 ton's, Edgewood. Oelwein Julie Thein, 85. July 31 To the families ofJHintz' Larry Bowers, 700 Thirty-fifth i Manchester Mrs. Elmer street, Marion, a daughter: Olive) Gentz, 69. Boh- ney Bursett, Solon, a daughter. I nenkamp's. Births Luke's July 31 To the families of Jack A. Peacock, 910 Eighth! street SW. a son; Donald Sill, i route 2, son: Edward on March 1, 1973. and has! ''e v e the drought-stressed (Continued from Page 1.) (Continued from Page 1.) is still suffering from very lit- tle or no rain at all. Union county extension crop Specialist Stan Murdock of Creston reported that even though there is a 70 percent chance of showers in the southwest part of the scale through Thursday, the area hasn't received any signifi- cant amounts of rain to re- live water released into the river would have mingled quick- 1 y with the approximately gallons of water which flow past the Duane Arnold center every minute, he pointed out. For informational city is cop- _ verbatim from the Des Friends may register after 1 The approach favored by ordinance, which was anti-impeachment Republicans upheld last year by the state supreme court. The differences are that the p.m. Friday at Janeba-Kuba. j commission has authorized it to! Margaret. Lawler, 84, former-; i is just the opposite. They would any further articles barred and the amcndmcnt The total increase is about six percent in the Cedar Rapids area. The company has been illness. Thursday foHowing a rules that would. solution only to standing and only .to streets, while the Cedar Rapids (Ordinance, deludes sitting permit the house i kneeling, lying, squatting or loi- rposes, collecting four and one-half per- ,fmy corps during _ r iWnrln war T 'JU( i 111 ui She was born in Cedar be televised. Its any public property. Oct. 12, 1889, and had served in Proval ls Considered certain. In other developments: More than county water department andj cent of that since January, and; More ,than mIimltes arc health 'department of-iwill now begin the! Miss Lawler was a member of-missing from White House J. Kreiffinger, 513 C avenue NW, a daughter; Duane Tiegen, rechecked at the start of every! area- 410 Fourteenth street SE, a son.' succeeding month. July was the Marriage Licenses Steven Sawyers, Mali [first month since the beginning [of the survey in which the bill Mary Kanealy, Cedar Rapid Wayne Larson and Karen Lar- and! went up in every city checked. out moisture our yields will K SplClS. j An ___ i_ "Already yields in this area have been cut by 25 to 30 per- said Murdock. "With- During June, the AP market! continue to decrease one to I basket went down in nine cities and up in four. The U. S. de- son. both of Center Point. ipartment of agriculture market a.m. Wednesday. Air-E-i basket for june> the latest snowcd ,he Magistrate's Court price for farm-produced foods Speeding Vincent Seybert.i declined .1 percent. j Waukon, and Robert Berry.: 3720 Random road SE, caclv Snenial Siles Special hales three bushels per acre per day." Murdock said that even though a rain would be too late to save entire corn crops, it would hold the corn left at a 50 bushel per acre yield. A Linn county farmer with jficials were informed of the re- j lease. The Atomic Energy Com- mission and the state depart- ment of environmental quality (DEQ) were also informed. DEQ officials said they were very pleased that fE notified them promptly of the spill. They termed the incident "fairly neg- ligible in terms of impact." CURE Statement Gary Goldstein, member of the Cedar Rapids chapter of Cit- izens United for Responsible En- ergy (CURE) issued a statement on behalf of the group calling for "a rigorous investigation by the Iowa Commerce Commis- sion and the Iowa Department department of-iwill now begin collecting the! Covers Intimidation McGuire said he believes the to hindering other remaining one and a "reviews one wh The increase is separate from She is survived D5' a sister.' two closest advisers at the time Iphysical hindrance. hich resulted! Alice J' Lawler' RaPids- :thc cover-up was unraveling.! He said the effectiveness of Serv'ces: Saturday at 10 a.m. Nixon's chief attorney. Jameslthe ordinance will depend upon [Wednesday in the company i. being anj 'a 'T' nl a c u a E Conception1 St. Clair. disclosed the new tape: how it is enforced by the police fined and costs. Ransomi price of meat went' over acres of cropland BIO rain Fultz, 1022 Eighteenth strect'of special sales staged by super-1 Iowa came a llttlc late- SW; Michael Mitchell. in response to govern-j Loyd Martin of rural Marion Carroll drive SE: Kevin pieas The nrices received sa'f' 'ne ra'n w'" ne'P 'ne 'a'c 1822 Western drive SW; Steven M Seltvecht. C o v i n g t o n; John Hickenbottom. Williston. Fin.; of about Hle Rev' Ricnarci in PaPt''s submitted on'and interpreted by the courts, users. Blirial: Mt- Calvary, j Wednesday to U.S. Judge John1 Steinbeck said" the ordinance A story about that refundiFnends may ca" at lhe stewart will not bc used to harass or order appears on page 4 of home Friday from 2 to 9j The gap occurred because a'disperse groups of people just Gazette. jP-m- st- Circle will tape reel ran out midway'because they are gathered, but recite the Rosary Friday at 3 j through a 45-minute meeting be-, only when "they are impeding p.m. and Father Hess will leaditween II.R. Haldeman I the" use of public property by Rosary at p.m. in the [and John Ehrlichman on April'other persons. _i i___ i IT inio fi. i _ _ i Larkin Rutledge !th" Admits Theft of Outboard Motor; of Environmental Quality." A federal investigation, if one PRAIRIE DU CHIEN, Wis. A 26-year-old Guttenbcrg man, Larkin Rutledge, pled guilty in funeral home. 17. 1973, St. Clair wrote. Accord- ling to the White House Iran- Memorial Services iscript. Nixon, Haldeman and! Kacere. Mary spent the chapel east at a.m. Fri-jsession discussing the wording. (Continued from Page 1.) Crawford county district court M idueidi nivcDiiUdUUll, 11 lulu were to be conducted, a larceny char6e said, would not be adequate! He was ordered by Judge Wil- "because of their history of O'Neill to pay a fine day and at 11 a.m. Friday in St. I of a public statement George Orthodox church by the Rev. Constantinc Nas'r. Burial: St. George Orthodox cemetery. Trisagian service be ducted a would make later that day. In it. he announced "major devel- opments" in the Watergate in- jBrotherhoodof Electrical lmon Workers and the Alliance of In- dependent Telephone Unions said their members also 1 StlvlLt Ull Ul: UUJl- in nun-itiait IN t Turner east at s p.m.Instigation, ssid White Houseivo'ed overwhelmingly to strike staff members would testify ifi adequate work.'' Thursday by Father Nasr. De La Hunt, Rolo Ivan or spend two years on proba- Turner chapel east at wt. tion p.m. Friday bv the Very Rev. committee. Hurial-1 would waik out with the corn and soybeans, but the early corn planted early will still suffer some yield loss. "Bui providing .there is a late frost this fall." said Mar- lin. "this year's summer con- DEQ r'ficials said they did not know if any follow-up investiga- tion is planned. !ncctlnn wllh !hc lhcft of an out- TH, i board motor in Prairie They said they did not The motor d how many towns along ,ne sccm> of a ,wo.boat Rutledge was charged in .call at Turner east until 1 p.m. Cedar river draw their water by farmers for their livestock had been declining but, because Walter v a I e n t a. route 2. j retail prices remained relatively Marion: Glenn McClintic, through m ]f 'f Applewood place NW, fined and costs. >'car. consumers rebelled Keiliy, route 3: a meat backlog was creat- Demers. Manchester; l-nnB Wpedj _r _ sion ,7 lh Mississippi; n f from it. Cedar Rapids does not. river Increased Analysis Gregor. City Chemist Tom Noth saidi summoned t .ore the senate i Watts said negotiations would continue through the weekend in Pan, ihope of averting a walkout but impeachment rules (hat kcy issucS) and an agency shop, need to bc resolved. In event of a strike, Bell said, Two senators nn studying UL'.ca at Turner east unti p.m. ,u auoeo inai. dill Friday. The casket nol bc they oppose a strict w opened after the service. tion of how much evidence: hOD would be required to convict Qn On ditions will boost corn planted undcr (o (hp "rivpr '-le Ihis spring. Raising 400 acres nf corn L" Rul- 24, Cedar Rapids, died as of the collision. An- 'ill i Vi i management personnel. Astronaut each ,sonalor i make his own judgments by his Houston (own standards. 300 acres of beans with Dvorak, Mt. Vcrnon; Floyd1 move the backlog onto the fami-i Merrill, Anamosa: dinner table and wholesale; lm JPrials rising agsin. Nowj his son, Steve Marlm said t ,kj b ,d Larkm fill VC W I--. 3nCI ftlOl I I "I II 1 T I I Fnt. n 1 J tl I drsth have nol been made "Judging from the amounts SPACE CENTER, (AP) Scientist-astronaut Don! Senator Jackson (D-Wash.l Und nas undergone surgery to sajd Thursday an impeachment repair boncs broken in a would have to start over if sion between his bicycle and a this congress ended Jan. 3 with- car. jout a verdict. Jackson's view 1 CR "no lowan could ask for a doubt, f we 're going to be able mmt Magh Cke's c oS I Rosemary )erating Operator of the second boat prices are where they were before the1 nicer rain, than we're gelling Intoxication James Mc-isales and some items cost more' now." Cormick, 1011 Tenth street than they did on March I. Ronald Thompson, Sov- wi .Man Injured I I il rTrv OEIAVK1N-M. B. Brandt, river wateiMS ,W7 in the crash' Da" Mulholland. CIS Eleventh ave- "cstmnri-land liclcascd Spring Valley, Minn., suffered a! the city's system. nucSE, lined S20 and cost-. W A S II I N C, T 0 N I AP) jnjury wncn a stilck of "city' water comes from Vehicle control violation Former Army Chief of him Tlie testing nf Ihe river Kenneth William Westmoreland has beenjwas working for Ihe North Wcsl-iwalor continues regularly in StrikiiiR from Waller ReedLrn was ls npeAcf, as charges. street Robert Hazlet. 117 A! army hospital after treatment I jn Oelwein I should something happen lo Ihe avenue NW. fined ?30 :md for persistent laryngitis. 'hospital. well system. Drive Safely Krspnnsibility for minors Vcrn Skare, 2.1111 Nnrlbview PC. operator !out I.md, 44, who has not been was in !on a space flight, sustained jsenalc Democratic Leader Mike broken bones in the left of Montana. left ankle and right hand in the j M n y., n.N-M a space cenler spokes-: coin should not use public his own defense in Most of the nation's telephone system is automated and a walkout would have little effect on daily service. Contracts covering Bell em- ployes expired July 17 and were extended on a daily basis 4f> for t'nion leaders called for the Irike vote July 18 after reject- man said. The collision mvoivcn me crasn, i.m-. .-I se n n gerich McGregor was fined cum'd as Lmd crosscd a roadiscnaic impeachment trial. Mon-; 'ftgC h'kCS, f w, running between the Johnson iova ch-iirman of -i semie -sub in percent. Increases Ben! a, c ha man o f enm i h- f ala on 'tmilar charge. lives men had pled guilty ,jjnd> who f o m im I n uing I drive. Marinn. fined Disobeying a traffic slfnal 30 VKAHS AGO Warsaw and was reporied in flames from Russian artillery. degree in high energy nucleanionc nickcl of (nc monoy fnr in Ihe cost of living. physics, currently is working House in this bill for lik :m the space shuttle program. :own defense." Pays To Advertise for Any Occasion FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS PIERSOK'S H.OWIR SHOP f fD rloriil 1HM Will Blvd. NW I'rnmpi FHKSII FI.OWKIIS I'KCK'S I I'l.OWKIl SIKH' 5008 Center PI. ltd. 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