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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 6, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                NMIONAl WUIHfk StttviCf fOMCAM 'Continued from Page 1.) Scolaro last is a demeanor, not a felony, l-'aches considered tr.ing a plan suggested by I.ijjn   if lie were to succeed as President. fnr Beittsf'n i iv he will introduce on if necessary to have lend government pay expenses in con- impeachment. 'Ine 1'residen! "should not have In seek chari'y or call on ISontson said a speech prepared for the Republicans {or Shortening Time Of House Debate un. Kxlended Forecast Chance1 of rain Thursday throueh Satur- Fires a.m. Monday. Vnknmvn li> grass at COO block of Fit- day. Highs in 80s and lows IT teenth avenue SE. p.m. Monday. through air i-lea a v c n n e am street NE. 60s. C. R. Weather High Monday Low overnight Noon Tuesday Z p.m. Tuesday Precipitation Total for August.......... Normal for August Normal through August Total for 1974 .79 .61; Backfire at Harrison's. v.tin aware of some aspects ofjie a the Watergate cover-up as early i church Kalona Mary ftotenbcrger, hi-p-ik- -f u Thursday at Hi at llolvi.' >n t" u's wile, "c 1.1 Trinity, Richmond. Rosary apparently was developed by three sisters, Nellie Wednesday at Xixon and top aides at Minis, both strategy session at o[ Cod.lr Cconia mcct-JNesbilt, Fulton. Ky.; two foster rcpoil-children. Marshall Reed and both of Cedar Suggested Form Hut He .suggested a two-part no tificalion form be used in thing I've got place of the subpoena, fine hurts." WASHINGTON fi; P I) _ Three Republican members of house judiciary committee including Rep. Wiggins of California, the committee's chief defender of President 'Nixon called Tuesday for (In- house to speed up ils impeach- ment debali' limeiabie. Ill light of Nixon's disclosure that he had withheld Walergatc he added, "The only c v P r' I1 WiKK'ns to sav it __Ladora-James C. Seaverns, Camp David. At a Sunday i, of Viroqua, Wis. Wednesday ing thc Wcnshington Post r al 2 at Readstown, Wis. Burial: ,f. p.m. Monday. Malfune- jtion of alarm system at 224 77; Second street SE. ...77j p.m. Monday. Grease to jionci cupboard at -S831 Montclair drive NW. ..2.97; Magistrate's Court .2.1.1C Speeding Ross Ferguson, .33.70'368 Twentieth street SE, lined Barometer, steady Lawrence, Dl7 Seventeenth street SE; Humidity at noon Bobby Walker. 913 Tenth avc- Wind direction and velocity SW; liandy Schoon, Oak- 2 p.m. SSE at in.p.h. Sun rises Wednesday, sunsets, Year Ago Today High, 84 low, 64; rainfall, trace. Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in brackets) LaCrosse (12) 5.2, rise .3 Lansing (18) 8.5, no change Dam 9 (18) 13.1, rise .2 McGregor (18) 7.0, rise .1 Guttenberg (15) 4.3, rise .1 Dubuque (17) 7.5, rise .1 Davenport (15) 4.8. vise .3 Kookuk (15) 4.0, fall .1 Cedar at C.R. (13) 3.70, fall 22 Traveler's Forecast Wednesday Weather, Hi-Lo PtCldy 85-65 Fair 82-63 Fair 82-63 .PtCldy 85-65 PtCldy 84-BO ....PtCldy 84-63 ......PtCldy 84-67 PtCldy 83-64 .PtCldy 89-65 PtCldy 85-61 Shv.TS 82-65 PtCldy 88-57 Bismarck ........PtCldy 89-55 Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Des Moines Detroit Indianapolis Kansas City Milwaukee Mpls.-St. Paul Omaha St. Louis Sioux Falis Coralville Lake Pool level Tuesday ......B81.18 Births Luke's Aug. 3 To the families ot Thomas MeserauII, 765 South Thirteenth street, Marion, a daughter; Dennis Henderson, R21 Twenty-seventh sticctlvii., a daughter! Larry Sproston, Lis- bon, a son; Gerald Kulil, B707 Kingswood lane XF., a son; Douglas Walls, 2 22 Twenty- i brook trailer court, Hiawatha; Richard Hathaway, 1001 Center .street NE: Julie Hubbard, 700 j Thirty-fifth street, Marion; iDuanc Ely, 700 Thirty-fifth j street, Marion; Glen Rundlett, 1631 Thirty-fourth street SE; Randy Amling, 1920 Twenty- sixth street, Marion; Jane Mrkvicka, 110 Fisher street, Hiawatha; Michael Huber, rural Marion; Karen Bartling, 700 Thirty-fifth street, Marion; Dennis Barton, 1606 Fourteenth avenue SE; Ronald Juett, Lis- bon; William Andrews, Walker; [Jack Moody, 1490 Second street SW: Janet Campbell, 1585 Hill- jview drive, Marion; Allen Dahlhauser, 861 Seventeenth street SE, each fined S30 and costs. Dale Wears, 250 Twenty- second street. Marion; Kathy Hosch, 1130 Center Point road NE; John LaFonlaine, 2312 Twenty-sixth street drive SE: George Pryor. 1205 Fifth street NW; Marvin Akers, 2811 Third avenue, Marion; George Burris, Nova Scotia; David Troendle, 2900 Seventh avenue, Marion; Teresa Carr, Springville, each fined S20 and costs. Tony Carr, 2524 Towne House drive NE, fined S10 and costs. Faulty equipment Ronald Keller, 6026 First avenue NW, fined S20 and costs. Improper muffler Edward Syrovy, 110 Second street NW, and Rae.iean Sbani, 410 I ave- The White Tuma Grant II. Olscn, 83. Wednesday at 2 at St. Paul's Lutheran church. Visitation at Mason-Hand's until 10 a.m. Wednesday. Montour John Armcnt, 69. Wednesday at at Har- rison's, Tama. Burial: Steward cemetery, rural Scarsboro. Clutier George Hora, 72. Thursday at at Fellmefs, decided to quit. copy would he mailed to the officer at home, and the olher sent Io his shift commander. eel Tuesday, Nixon "and temporarily rejected'' stepsisters. Clan signing. iljong, Katherinc Orr and Anne Post, quoting unnamedJR. Bell, all of Dayton, Ohio, and House sources, saidjone stepbrother, f. J. Elam, Nixon even suggested point that one speechwriters "prepare materi- al that could be used for a rcsig- Dayton. Services: p.m. Saturday at ML Zion church by Dr. LcRoy While. Burial: Oak Hill. nation speech" in the event Friends may call at Turner east until 9 p.m. Friday and at the Keystone. The casket will not] The Post quoted one source as 'church after 10 a.m. Saturday. be opened. H o p k i n t on McVay, 94. Thursday at 2. Visi- that Nixon gave most; Lydia E. scl.jous to letting unavailable. Webster said he opposes the system as it has been operat- said, "The necessity for 55 or 60 hours of debate is no longer there." He suggested thai the entire That was a typical reaetioniimpeachment debate now might, among Republicans who havejnc completed in 10 hours and boon uncommitted or leaning That a final vote might take against impeachment. ;place 20 hours later after con- Conahle an influential leader Iteration of amendments to the among conservative Republic- articles of impeachment, ans. said he was prepared to Kep. Sandman (R-N..I.) urged 'that the debate bo cut to 20 hours one fifth of the time originally planned. Rep. McClory second- ranking G.G.P. member of the Conservative Defects be reduced and any conflicls could be resolved ahead of time and a continuance re- quested from the appropriate court if the officer was going to be on vacation or otherwise ivotc for impeachment on the basis of Nixon's own announce- ment. "I don't believe in leaders who Conable said. ivicvav. y-t. iiiuiMttty tiu v icu- _ _- tation after 10 a.m.'WednesdaylFord take ove1' as actlng Prcs'- dent temporarily under terms of the 25th Amendment's presiden- tial disability provision. The newspaper said none of the President's advisers felt that he should seriously consid- er invoking the 25th Amendment and one source was quoted that at Goettsch's. Iowa City Henry Mcinken, M o n o n a cemetery. Schultz', Monona. Ryan Margaret A. Kinley, Chicago. Wednesday at 10 at Holy Redeemer church in Chi- cago. Burial: Calvary cemetery, Hyan, Thursday at Visi- tation at Shelly's funeral home, Manchester, after 7 Wednesday. Manchester Mrs. Matt (Mildred) Corcoran, 69. Thurs- day at 10 at St. Mary's. Kosary at 8 Tuesday and Scripture ser- vice Wednesday at 8 at Boh- nenkamp's. Burial: Calvary cemetery, Ryan. Monona Francis P. Grady, 66. Thursday at 10 at St. Pat- trick's. Rosary Tuesday at 8 and KG Schultz'. Wednesday Visitation at 8 at. Tuesday and Wednesday. Monona Harold Jarms, 70. Thursday at at St. Paul's Lutheran church. Visitation Tuesday and Wednesday at Schultz'. Memorial Services Behrens, Harry A. Turner chapel cast at p.m. Tues- day by the Rev. Richard L. Thompson. Burial was in Cedar Memorial. The survivors as previously listed should have read three sons, Harry J. and "for the present time, at least, that option has been fore- closed." "No Other Surprises" Nixon said his review of othcrj no Mrs. Edgar Tyrrell Erma E. Tyrrell, 87, widow of! Edgar F. Tyrrell and a former] ed. because he doesn't believe police officers should have to be subpoenaed to appear in i Democratic leader, said the -j court and because the method [closure made impeachment next woek and llmlllnS [t of service used was not jevitable, with only the size of; ,ay Rep. O'Neill (D-Mass.l, he favored hc' I ginning the house impeachment resident of Cedar Rapids, died at Snohomish, Wash., Sunday afternoon. She was born Jan. 18, 1837, at Oxford Junction. Mrs. Tyrrell was an ordained Jeho- vah's Witness associated with the Snohomish congregation. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Charles E. A. Datisman, SnohomisTi; a sister, Agncss Graber, DCS Moines: a brother, Cecil E. Johnson. West Bend. tapes "has, so far, shown granddaughter and other major inconsistencies what I have previously sub- We weren't really serving subpoenas, we were dropping off he said. Senate Democratic Loader Mike Mansfield said Tuesday a .senate trial could be over before as far as im-U, 5 jf peachment goes, he said. Youl jthe majority vote in question. "A tidal wave is about toj' strike the house He said deputies required to vonder if he'H nave a handful lo -fti, l" H> Services: Jehovah's Oak Hill cemetery Friday by one of Witnesses. Friends appear are actually served. They are notified at home by telephone that a subpoena has been issued, he explained, and the deputies pick up the sub- poenas personally. Subpoena Officers Assistant Police Chief Gareth Clift said he believes officers should be subpoenaed, not merely notified of a trial or hearing time. support him." Speaker Carl Albert, asked about Nixon's statement that impeachment by the house is a foregone conclusion, said, "Faf be it from me to argue with the [President." Gloom in Senate I "I would hope it would be pos- sible, because we .all want it behind us Watergate and re- lated Mansfield said. "The President has said so, the senate feels that way and the people want it disposed of as ex- pediiliously and fairly as pos- Isible." mav call at Turner's'east from! lo il Services are being held in Sno- homisn at 1 p.m. Wednesday. right in a criminal case, they should be subpoenaed." he jtjon said. i Vl Clift added that the system milled. While I have no way at this stage of being certain that there will not be others, I have no reason to believe that there 9 a.m. Friday until p.m. Before handing out copies of the transcripts. Deputy White House Press Secretary Gerald Warren told newsmen they had been prepared in a rush andjJesup. a former Cedar Rapids; "If they want to bring them "these truly are raw Iran-resident, died Sunday in Peoples: over ami lay tnpm on the scripts." (hospital in Independence. j tabjp_ wc make an cffort to Some of them, he said, "mayj Surviving arc two daughters.! sec they arc hc not bear up over time" because i Mrs. Frank Klotz. Winthrop.j said, "but it really isn't up to In Hie senate, where devclop-j-pi i-x mcnts made it certain Nixon! I rlTee U would go on trial if he does not! A-.4.-J resign, Republicans reacted to ea orl the White House news with visi- ble gloom, sadness and rcsigna- Three charges of possession of controlled substance were magistrate's court Dorothy Sauer acted on in i None, however, I followed the path of assistant! Judge Lvnne Brady dismissed of distribution makes the jo- lScnate Ropublican Lcadcl. Rob. a charge of possession of a con. trolled substance against John j lice department responsible jcrt Grjffin of who Dorothy Geiscr Sauer, 81. ofj for serving the subpoenas. Uriim- r____ i_cii in the day called on Kregel, 1455 Douglas court. more careful listening to the and Mrs. Don Tielebein. In-j us toscrve subpoenas.' Robert L. Behrens and Eugene 1 "waiter, Mchelle Lee uPgrade Turner chapel west at if errors are Burton. Los Angeles, Tuesday by the Rev. Richardjered. Warren said. may reveal four sons. Robert.] will upgrade the London. England. Keith. Lisbon: a sister. iMrs. Ellis James, Madison, and j Presidential lawyer James St. 'a brother. Sam. Dallas. j Clair told "Nixon last week he Services: 2 p.m. Thursday in Supplied List He said his department sup- nun NW, each fined S10 and costs. Control of %'ehicle Daniel McDonald. 1813 Eastern drive SW; Marilyn Ehrle. '3000 J street SW; Carol DeGroot. Bunal was m Immanuelj 1601 u K avenue NE. cach' Lutheran cemetery cast of Prnsidcntial jamcs St.'a brother. Sam. Dallas. I officers would not be served M driver's lirense Wednesday by the Rev.ipublic additional taped conver- Jesup. Bnnai will be in Cedar 3125 Sehaeffer Burial: (hc Raleigh News and Rapids. Friends may call at "or funeral homo in Jesup 7 p.m. Wednesday. i Nixon to resign. Marion, because lie has been on Faced with the prospect ofj good behavior since receiving a [serving as jurors in a senate deferred sentence on July 31, trial most senators declined to comment about the details of Nixon's disclosure. But Sen. Brock (R-Tcnn.) it had io be damaging to the] Joseph 1973. He was accused of having j marijuana in his possession on Willenborg, plied a dutv list to the'President's case. "Sooner or Air (lrivc f' sheriff's office' at one time so later there's got to be to possession of a con- good news." Brock .said as substance, walked away from a group of JildSc Anthony reporters. "Find Nothing" Births Mercy SW. fined S20 and ensts. Kevin Memorial. Friends may call al ohspl.vel. reported Tuesdav. Park. Z3. Q-Ung aifunidentified Wash- after Meter violation Patricia bc after the service. mglon source whicn it said was Dana Mul d sun; O'Tonle. Michael j04n Wednesday at 10 a.m. Aus'. f> To the famines i Kr u m 1, b n 1 drive. Marion, j maculate Conception church boulevard XW. riaush'.er. Out of Town Births At Granite City. III. Mr. and Mrs. Jean-Claude ficard, a f nn born 1 Mrs. Picard is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jn.-cph F.'ienip. liSSS Shasta cii ivc Ma-riags Licenses Undnev Ilanlett and Shannon Kr 'Thomas Krujci and aril Su-an MeNamara. Charles Lar- ririv, st'n and .ifnnne Duar.e Susii Nueid and K and costs. Jan Victor, fined S20 and costs. Disobeying a traffic signal Walter Burlier. 1032 Seven- teenth street NE. fined and costs. John Schmitt. 701 Tama street. Marion, and C'hnck Wii- Anama--a. cac'n fined and costs. Intoxication Dave finrrl K'.'H and costs. an offieer ftich- JohnJ. O'Connor lo both the White House 0lon Ness and congress, tlic paper said lormerly of St. Clair delivered an ulti- Rapids, died Tuesday at matum to Nixon to release the Tacoma. Wash where she had Friends may eall at Stewart fu- neral home Tuesday until 9 material. The source threatened to quit and publicly Rapids. She state that the President was withholding tapes damaging to his defense, the paper said. The report added the source said Hi Sallv So Hi-rbert costs. T-.v-Iflb .-tr.v! and Driver's liren WriLtiit. Si1', fill' (i .S !n and Slnkinc fivtnrps S', Tui.in. Kin: av inn- SI-'., fm; (i SI! Disdlievin- v Hbepin Iliir i Continued from Page 1 some members of Nixon's- legal Agency be used in blunt an Ril.staff were prepared lo leave Hci-ner, Memorial that tlireatened St. Clair unless Nixon met SK. fined son and the fact his campaign'a Monday deadline for rcle.'is- Ellis aides channeled money to the ing T si] Was tuld six days after breakin lha director and general. John Mitchell, may have had some prior knowledge of tlie wiretapping plans. Withheld evidence from his closest luh isers and law.M aiui well as the house judiciary com- mittcc. aiid niad-.' erroneous "They still call them when- ever they feel like it." he said. ''They don't pay any at- tention to the list." Clift also said the subpoe- nas, rather than a notification, arc necessary if the officer is to receive compensation for the off-duty time he spends in court. Officers are paid for two hours of overtime if they tes- tify while off duly. The stan- dard witness fee. about S3, is returned to the police depart- ment. Officers receive no ad- Scolaro de- ferred sentencing until Jan. 6, 1975, and placed Willenborg on probation lo his attorney. He Senator Curtis i in an was accused of having mari- intervicw on the NBC "Today" juana in his possession on July show this morning, said. "I find 13. nothing in Ihere that says he! Scott M. Moulds of Oltumwa 'was engaged in obstructing jus- waived a preliminary hearing .tier." "u a charge of possession of a Curtis said he is also con- controlled .substance. His case corned about the prospect of was transferred to the grand on slri-rt Fiuiri-i-n Mnrriciqos Illegal use (if si r.on-.h. ri-i 'en niv finn'i statements public. Nixon sai s 0 B- tell someone with flowei s Florist and Gift Shop 364-8139 nlione 24 ItooM every i material. 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