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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 6, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa naiionm wt aimc* st fVici fomcA&t Tom fsi    f-*? that, he listened to those tapes in May. He added: “Although I recognized that I these presented potential problems, I did not inform my staff or my counsel of it, or those ar- BOfctoN'k ,u ' n ^ niy casc » nor d ' d 1 amend I my submission to the judiciary committee in order to include _ and reflect it. NE VV VOW* “Serious Omission'’ \jy Uh Wf AIME* f OXX AST & Rain is expected Tuesday night over parts of the lower plains, northern plains and southern Atlantic states. Mostly fair elsewhere. —Daily Record— The Weather High temperatures Monday, low tem peratures overnight and incnes ot precipitation: 69 SI    L. Angeles    74    47 BO 67    Miamf    89    79 84 57    Minneapolis    83    58 70 65    New Orleans    88    70 82 55 New York MMM 76 56    Phoenix    95    77 88 75    Seattle    77    52 MMM Washington 86 69 Anchorage Atlanta Bismarck Chicago Denver Duluth Honolulu Houston M—Missing drive SE, fined $15 and costs. No valid driver’s license — Teresa Carr, Springville, fined $15 and costs. No plate or    registration    — j Johnson. Wayne H. and Bever-    Grant Locher,    Swisher,    fined ly Rae Walrod. Darlene and    $10 and costs. Bruce Archibald. Virginia A. land John D. McGrew. Rosa S. and Douglas C. Rutledge. Greta ! B. and Kenneth L. Frederick. Earl C. and Marion Ti. Thompson. Extended Forecast — Chance of rain Thursday through Satur day. 60s. Highs in 80s and lows in Fires 11:49 a m. Monday. Unknown of Mrs. Arthur Wall Mary Usher Wall, 83, of 637 Eighteenth avenue SW, w idow of Arthur \VaII, died Monday after I a short illness. Born in Cedar Rapids Aug. IO, 1890, she was a lifelong Cedar “Af the time, I did not realize lipids resident. She was a re-the extent of the implications tired employe of the Duchess which these conversations might cleaners and was a member of now appear to have. As a result, the CSA lodge, those arguing my case, as well! Surviving is a daughter, Mrs. as tho**; passing judgment on Julius Maly, with whom she the case, did so with informa- made her home; four grand-tion that was incomplete and in children; 14 great-grandchil-some respects erroneous.” dren; two great-great-grandchil-“This was a serious act of ^ two sisters, Alice Hadley, omission for which I take full rattle, and Mrs. Albie Evil-responsibility and which I deep- s ^ er » ^dar Rapids, ly regret,” Nixon said.    | Cervices: IO a m. Thursday in j But Nixon said that “I am Janeba-Kuba funerai home west I firmly convinced that the rec- by the Kov - Everett K - Durham! lord, in its entirety, does notSharon United Methodist! justify the extreme step of im- church, with a cremation com-! peachment and removal of ai m ^* ab Friends may call at Jan-| I President”    jeba-Kuba funeral home west Acknowledging that his im . after 7 p.m. Tuesday. i peachment by the house is “vir-    ..    ,    .. jtually a foregone conclusion,”    Hallard    Bell Nixon said he would give the] Hallard John Bell, 68, of 923 Sheridan’senate for a trial the transcripts Tenth street SE, died Monday of 64 White House tape record-1 following a long illness. He was ings he is turning over to U. S. a retired employe of Wilson & Judge John Sirica under a su-jCo. preme court order.    \ Born Nov. 19, 1905, at Milan, Considered Resigning    i Tcnn - hc had live, ‘ in Ccdar I Rapids since 1933. He and the The strategy of aeknowl- former Martha Culp were mar-edging for the first time that he| ried in Mi i an on No v. 13. 1929. c.y in i t0 ^ , H £IB} n J, ! wa6 aware of aspects of I He was a member of Mt. Zion Schrader, 17. White-I hilhps. I the Watergate cover-up as early church. In addition to his wife, he is ry K o p e t, 3400 Iowa Deaths —Subpoenas— /Continued from Page I.) by Scolaro last week is a misdemeanor, not a felony. Caches considered trying a notification plan suggested by Ut. David Webster, Linn chief civil deputy, but rejected it because, “we’ve done enough experimenting.” Webster’s suggestion was contained in a letter about, the subpoena problem he wrote last May to Caches, Sheriff Walter Grant, Police Chief Wallace LaPeters and Donald Sawyer, president of the Policemen’s Protective Assn. Outline Problem In the letter, Webster outlined the problem of non-appearance by officers. He also said checks with other law enforcement jurisdictions revealed that most do not use subpoenas, but instead notify officers in a different manner. He said personal service of subpoenas, besides waking .sleeping officers, would cost the county more money. Webster estimated it would necessitate hiring two more men for the civil division, which he heads, and would also increase mileage costs paid to deputies who serve the subpoenas. The two salaries and extra mileage would come to about $20,000 annually, he said. Suggested Form He suggested a two-part no- The Cedar Rapid* Gazette: Tues., August 6. 1974    3 Conable: "Don't Believe In Leaders Who Mislead" (Continued from Page I.)     ( would choose a new vice- I president if he were to succeed haps for his residence at Sam Nixon as President. Clemente, Calif., when Ford    Funds    (or Defense makes the announcement. _    Senator Bentsen (D-Texas) More Comfortable    said Tuesday he will introduce Meanwhile, committee legislation if necessary to have I members who voted for im- the federal government pay peachment said Nixon’s action Nixon’s legal expenses in con-confirms their view. One of'faction with impeachment. them. Rep. Butler (R-Va.), said | The President “should not Nixon’s statement “makes me a have to seek charity or call on I little more comfortable with my Wealthy friends,” Bentsen said vote.’’    in a speech prepared for the Elsewhere in congress, many -senate, members said the President’s! “The amount of money we are statement increased the odds j talking about is small when for Nixon’s impeachment and compared with the magnitude of removal from office.    this issue,” he added. “He’s gone,” said Rep. Broy-    - the Si?'Uh I Rep!' FrlehHch    for t R-Wis.). A kernel of support remained I among the southern Democrats j who have long sided with Nixon, i Shortening Time Of House Debate „    „    ,    .. .. , WASHINGTON (UPI) - Rep. Passman (D-La. said the    ~    u    * j; 1-.    i    Three    Republican    members of disclosure of the new tapes ____ would not be enough to force    '_ hc    ,d ' C '* ry t ^ 1ltee , him to vote for impeachment. r ’ 0 •Tvc got lo judge him over-all,    j "  C    J l ..J?    .__....chief defender of President Passman said. "To err    Nixon    - called Tuesday for the human, to forgive is divine ”     hous f    f*? U P s »"«"**• Rep. Waggoner (D-La.) ^    ^    timetable. he wanted to wait until the dust! In light of Nixon's disclosure to grass at 600 block teenth avenue SE. 6:10 p.m. Monday. Backfire through air cleaner at First J a v e n u e and Thirty-second 79 street NE. 6:21 p.m. Monday. Malfunc-at 79*"ThUrsd" MaI 7    1 3S S * X ^ ayS a * ter ^ >rea ^* I   _________ _     ,____ Trinity, Richmond. Rosary at in a PP arcn ^y was developed survived by three sisters, Nellie 1 location form be used in 7:30 Wednesday at Peter- by Nixon and top aides at a Davis and c aptor j a Mims. both P ,ace of the subpoena. One Fif.jseim’s.    ' “ J *    ...... ,J *    "    ’    * Ladora 77, of Viroqua, Wis. Wednesday at 2 at Readstown, Wis. Burial: 1:30 at Marengo cemetery. Harrison's. Tama — Grant H C. R. Weather Huh Monday    •    ■    ^    ^     p    m    Monday.    Malfunc-    'l    ama    —    Grant H. Olsen, 83. V overnight ...............61     Uon of aIarni sygtem at 224 ! Wednesday at 2 at St. Paul’s Noon Tuesday ................77    Second street SE.    I Lutheran church. Visitation at 2 p.m. Tuesday ..............77    6:40 p.m. Monday.    Grease to I Mason-Hand’s until IO a.m. Precipitation ............. None     rupboa Hj r at 4831    Montclair | Wednesday. ooi drive NW.    Montour    —    John    Antient,    69. Total for August............2.21    ^    ^    Wednesday    at    1:30    at    Har- Normal for August .........2.97    Magistrates    Court    rison’s,    Tama.    Burial:    Steward Normal through August . 23.16    Speeding _ Ross    Ferguson, cemetery, rural Searsboro. Total for 1974 ..............33.70    368 Twentieth street    SE, fined Clutier — George Hora, 72. Barometer, steady ........30.13    ? 33 apd costs - Jerry Lawrence, „    ....    V     J    517 Seventeenth street SE; Humidity at noon ..........68 ; 0 Bobby walker. 913 Tenth ave- Wind direction and velocity at nue SW; Randy Schoon, Oak- 2 p.m. SSE at IO m p h. * brook trailer court ’ Hiawatha > Sun rises Wednesday, 6:06; sun sets, 8:18. 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. rise .3 Keokuk (15) 4.0, fall .1 Cedar at C.R. (13) 3.70, fall .22 Traveler’s Forecast Wednesday Richard Hathaway, 1601 Center street NE; Julie Hubbard, 700 Thirty-fifth street, Marion; Duane Ely, 700 Thirty-fifth 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 Battling, 700 Thirty-fifth street, Marion; Dennis Barton, 1606 Fourteenth j avenue SE; Ronald Juett, Lis-bon: William Andrews, Walker; Tack Moody, 1490 Second street SW; Janet Campbell, 1585 Hillview' drive, Marion; Allen Dahlhauser, 861 Seventeenth I street SE, each fined $30 and j costs. Dale Wears, 250 Twrenty- I weekend strategy session aU 0 f cedar Rapids, and Cconia James    C.    Scaverns,    Camp David. At a Sunday meet-    Upshift Fulton Kv    • two foster ing, the Washington Post report- J chi| dr en, Marshall    ’Reed and ed Tuesday, Nixon considered G | oria Reed    of    Cedar “and temporarily rejected” re-; Rapids . thre0 stepsisters, Clara signing.    iLong, Katherine Orr and Anne The Post, quoting unnamed r. Boll, all of Dayton, Ohio, and White House sources, said lone stepbrother, I. J. Elam, Nixon even suggested at one Dayton. point that one of his I Services: 1:30 pm. Saturday speechwriters “prepare materi-at Mt. Zion church by Dr. a1 that could he used for a resig- LeRoy White. Burial: Oak Hill. nation speech” in the event he Friends may call at Turner east decided to quit.    until 9 p m. Friday    and at the Keystone. The    casket    will    not    The Post quoted one source as    church after IO a m.    Saturday. be opened.    saying    that Nixon gave most ?r° p nx*    ?‘iserious consideration to letting McVay, 94. Thursday at 2. Visi-' ...    .. n 7* tation after IO a.m.    Wednesday    ^ ord * ake over 35 a(di ng I resi- j jr rrna p Tyrrell,    87, widow of at Goettsch’s.    dent    temporarily under terms 0 U£clg ar p Tyrrell and a former Iowa City — Henry    Mcinken,    the 25th Amendment's presiden- res j { j en ^ 0 f Cedar    Rapids died Sf,hnlt7 ’ tial disability provision    Jal Snohomish, Wash/, Sunday The newspaper said none of) a R er noon. She was born Jan. 18. the    Presidents advisers    felt 188?> at Oxford    Juncti0n . M rs. that he should    seriously coiisid- j T*y r rell was    an    ordained Jeho-j er invoking the 25th Amendment I vab * s witness associated with; and one source was quoted that| tbc s nobom j sb congregation. “for the present time, at least, Surviving are a daughter, . p Ph° n has been f° re 'jMrs. Charles E. A. Datisman, j Snohomish;    a    sister, Agness “No Other    Surprises”    Graber, Des    Moines; a brother. Nixon said his review of other    Johnson,    West    Bend,! “has, fro far, shown Thursday at 1:30 at Fellmet’s, Mrs. Edgar Tyrrell Monona cemetery. Schultz Monona. Ryan — Margaret A. Kinley, Chicago. Wednesday at IO at Holy Redeemer church in Chicago. Burial: Calvary cemetery, Ryan, Thursday at 9:30. Visitation at Shelly’s funeral home, Manchester, after 7 Wednesday. Manchester — Mrs. Matt (Mildred) Corcoran, 69. Thursday at IO at St. Mary’s. Rosary at 8 Tuesday and Scripture service Wednesday at 8 at Boh-nenkamp’s. Burial:    Calvary cemetery, Ryan. Monona — Francis P. Grady, 66. Thursday at IO at St. Pat- at 8 8 at Tuesday no Wis.; one granddaughter and second street, Marion; Kathy I Hosch, 1130 Center Point road j trick’s. Rosary Tuesday ' NE; John LaFontaine, 2312 and KC Wednesday at Weather, Hi-Lo Twenty-sixth street drive SE; Schultz’. Visitation Bismarck........PtCldy    89-55    George Pryor. 1205 Fifth street    and Wednesday. Chicago ........ Pl £ ld - y    83-83    NW; Marvin Akers, 2811 Third Monona — Harold    Jarms, 70. Cincinnati ....... Fair    8_-63    avenue. Marion; George Burns,!    Thursday at 12:30 at    St. Paul’s Cleveland ......._.Fair    82-63, Nova Scotia; David Troendle,    Lutheran church.    Visitation Des Moines Detroit...... Indianapolis . Kansas City . Milwaukee Mpls.-St. Paul Omaha...... St. Louis .... Sioux Falls ... Coralville Lake Pool level Tuesday .....681.18 Births — St. Luke's Auf. and Wednesday Schultz’. Memorial Services tapes lino, cm int,    -    - other major inconsistencies with ,b £ ee fireat-grandchildren. what I have previously sub-1 Semmes: Oak Hill cemetery mitted. While I have no way ai af 5 P m - [, ri - v y .? n0 this stage    of    being certain that; Jehovah s Witnesses.    Friends there will    not be others, I have     mav call at Turner s east from no reason    to    believe that there    ^ a m - t rida >' unt, I    P TR w jij m    Services are being held    in Sno homish at I p m. Wednesday. Before handing out copies of a1 the transcripts. Deputy White House Press Secretary Gerald Warren told newsmen they had Dorothy Sauer Dorothy Geiser Sauer, Bl, of 5 — To the families of Thomas Meseraull, 765 South Thirteenth street, Marion, a daughter; Dennis Henderson. 821 Twenty-seventh street NE. a daughter; Larry Sproston. Lisbon, a son; Gerald Kuhl, 6707 Kingswood lane NE, a son; Douglas Watts. 222 Twenty-fifth street drive SE. a daughter; Richard Foye. 306 G avenue NW, a daughter. Births — Mercy Auf. 6 — To the families of Phillip Puffer. Mechanicsville, a son; Gary Bowen. 725 Ellis boulevard NW, a daughter. Out of Town Births At Granite City. III. Mr and Mrs Jean-Claude Picard, a son born Aug. I. Mrs. Picard is| the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.! Joseph H. Koenig, 3333 Shasta I drive NE. Ma r riage Licenses PtCldy 85-65,2900 Seventh avenue, Marion; Tuesday PtCldy 84-601 Teresa Carr. Springville, each PtCldy 84-63 j fined $20 and costs. Tony Carr, PtCldy 84-67.2524 Towne House drive NE, ^Ptridv 89*fC fincd $1 ° and costs -    Behrens,    Harry    A.    —    Turner    been prepared in a rush and! Jesup, a former Cedar Rapids Ptrriv 85fii Fau,ty ‘‘quipment — Ronald | chapel east at 7:30 p.m. Tues- “these truly arc raw tran- resident, died Sunday in Peoples Shwrs 82-65 P 11 ^’ 6026 F irst avcnue NW.jday by the Rev. Richard L. : . ..    hospital    in    Independence. "    ”    Thompson.    Burial    was    in    Cedar    *■    ’    #    u    “max-    Qnruiv    in    cr    arn IWD Hannhter*; Memorial. The survivors as j Some of them, he said, may! Surviving are two daughters. previously listed should have not bear up over time” because j Mrs. rrank Klotz. W inthrop, read three sons, Harry J. and a more careful listening to the and Mrs. Don Tielebein. In- Behrens and Eugene    reveal    discrepancies.!    dependence;    four sons, Robert, ,    ,    r,    iii    ........    Michelle I-ee - “ We wi " U P8 rad<> ,hc    U ' nd ° n -     Kn 8 land ' of vehicle — Danielle 1    I___jr errors are PtCldy 88-57 fined $20 and costs. Improper muffler — Edward Syrovy, HO Second street NW, and Raejean Shani, 410 I ave- nue NW, each fined $10 andHT* L - 'M. Fisk. Walter, costs. Control McDonald. 1813 Eastern driveler    ^1030    scripts'’ if errors    are discos-    Spoltanc BuUo^ Los Angeles. SW- Marilyn Ehrle 3000 j Tuesday    by the    Rev. Richard    ered, Warren said.    and Keith, Lisbon, a sisttr. street SW; Carol DeGroot,    Burial    was    in    Immanuel    41    *    *    Mrs. Ellis James, Madison, and 1601 1 <2 K avenue NE, each | Lutheran cemetery east of Wil- Presidential lawver James St. a brother, Sam, Dallas. fined $3o and costs. Steven) ha ms burg.    Clair told Nixon last, week he Services: 2 p.m. Thursday in Tobin, 1604 Fourteenth avenue McCauley, Roswell James — y    ,     v .    ,     t    i-nite*]    Mothodicf    ehnreh    j’j’7    J*.’ SE. fined $25 and costs.    Turner chapel west at 10:30 would resign unless Nixon made | First United Methodist church. dldn t he lp No driver'* lieense Thresa a rn - Wednesday by the Rev. public additional taped conver- .Jesup. Burial will Im* in Cedar LeCIere, 3125 Schaeffer drive Mary A.    White.    Burial: Cedar|sations, the Raleigh News and    Rapids. Friends may call at SW. fined $20 and costs. Kevin I Memorial. Friends may call at    Q bserver reported    Tuesday.    Parker funeral home in Jesup SS JZL    WednesdarTheTa^et wiM a not «uo.in R an unidentified Wash- after 7 p.m. Wednesday. Meter violation — Patricia be °P encd after the service.    ington source which it said was O’Daniels, Burlington, fined $60 O'Toole. Michael F. — close to both the White House    Ellen    Ness and costs. Dana Mull. 1040 Wednesday at IO a m. in Im-and congress, the paper said fallen Ness 82, formerly of Krum bh cit z drive Marion,!maculate Conception church by St CIair delivered an ulti- Ce dar Rapids ’ ( died Tuesday at sts. ant a * i — - e ‘ - n -* -- onnor 0 ma t um to Nixon to release the Tacoma. Wash . where she had copy would be mailed to the officer at home, and the other sent to his shift commander. That way, he said, costs could be reduced and any conflicts could be resolved ahead of time and a continuance requested from the appropriate court if the officer was going to he on vacation or otherwise unavailable. Webster said he opposes the system as it has been operated, because he doesn’t believe police officers should have to be subpoenaed to appear in court and because the method of service used was not proper. “We weren’t really serving subpoenas, we were dropping off notices,” he said. He said deputies required to 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 subpoenas personally. Subpoena Officers Assistant Police Chief Gareth Clift said he beiieves officers s-hould be subpoenaed, not merely notified of a trial or hearing time. “If you’re going to do it right in a criminal case, they should be subpoenaed.” he said. Clift added that the system of distribution makes the police department responsible for serving the subpoenas. “If they want to bring them over and lay them on the table, we make an effort to see they are delivered,” he said, “but it really isn’t up to us to serve subpoenas.” Supplied List He said his department supplied a duty list to the sheriff’s office at one time so officers would not be served while off duty, but the list .settled before committing him- that hp had with |] old Wat , cr 8*' e I p A lf ft 9* ll *•*» /Mitring An llilMMtMM self. But he added, “The only | j thing I’ve got to say -'hurts.” Conservative Defects cover-up evidence, Wiggins d | said, “The necessity for 55 or RO hours of debate is no longer there.” He suggested that the entire That was a typical reaction impeachment debate now might, among Republicans who have be completed in IO hours and been uncommitted or leaning that a final vote might take against impeachment.    ;    place 20 hours later after con- Conable an influential leader Aration of amendments to the among conservative Republic- articles of impeachment, ans, said he was prepared to Rep. Sandman (R-N.J.) urged vote for impeachment on the that the debate be cut to 20 basis of Nixon’s own announcement. “I don’t believe in leaders who mislead,” Conable said. hours — one fifth of the time originally planned. Rep. MeClory (R Ill ), second-ranking G.O.P. member of the Rep. O’Neill (D-Mass.), the !c0(nmiltpp ’ said he favorpd **; ginning the house impeachment debate next week and limiting it I Democratic leader, said the dis-! closure made impeachment in- .    ... I evitable, with only the size ofj toa ^ lcd ,^; the majority vote in question. “A tidal wave is about to Senate Democratic leader Mike Mansfield said Tuesday a senate trial cxtuld be over before strike the house as far as im-     the Nov 5 clcction if thc    hnusc peachment goes, he said," You;     swif „     v0(es , 0 jm h wonder if he ll have a handful to wou|d hopc wou , d ^ support him.    sible, because we all want it Speaker Carl Albert, asked behind us —* Watergate and redout Nixon’s statement that j atcd matters,” Mansfield said, impeachment by the house is a “The President has said so, the 'foregone conclusion, said, “Fat     scnatc    fcels that way and    thf , be it from me to argue with thc    want    it disposed of    as    ex- i President.    pediitiously and fairly as pos Gloom in Senate    !sible.” fined $55 and cost Victor, fined $20 and costs. Disobeying- a traffic signal — Walter Bucher. 1032 Seventeenth street NE. fined S20 and costs. John Schmitt, 701 Tama street. Marion, and Chuck Wilcox. Anamosa, each fined $15 and costs. Intoxication — Dave Grave. 1615 Washington avenue SE, fined $30 and costs. Resisting an officer — Rich- Dubuque. Burial: Mt. Calvary Friends may call at Stewart funeral home Tuesday until 9 p.m. —Nixon— (Continued from Page I ) material. The source said St. Clair threatened to quit and publicly state that the President was I withholding tapes damaging to his defense, the paper said. The report added the source said *ome members of Nixon’s legal Agency be used to blunt an FBI j staff were prepared to leave Memorial I' nvest *S at >° n that threatened lo j with St. Clair unless Nixon met and costs, expose the fact his campaign a Monday deadline for releas-403 Ellis aides channeled money to the ing the material. Rosclr-ne Tiernan, boulevard NW fined MO and burglars.    ‘    The    paper    said    it    was    St. and Sally Schwit-! costs. Alan C. Willis, 916 1    v    v Rodney Bartlett and Shannon Young. Thomas Krejci and ard Reisner, 729 Susan McNamara. Charles Lar- drive SE. fined $90 sen and Jeanne Young. Duane;Susan Freeman. Noehl and Rf John Young tors, Wendell Herbert and j Twelfth street NE, fined $11 Carol Frey, Gary Samek and and costs. Eileen Rapids. Watha, Marion Marion, Cedar Mueller all of Cedar Krumm, Hia-Linda Barnes,; .Mon Luerkens,! Samek Kirk and Cam and Debra Sweet, Steven Rapids. Jeannette) avenue Cedar Rapids, and Co u n t r y rn a n, Des Marvin Trachta, Cedar and Susan Sojka. Riv- Driver’s license violation Edgar Wright, 1017 Ninth street SE. fined $10 and costs. Striking fixtures on street — Was told six breakin that director ;md former days after the Clair’s discovery of the dam his campaign! information in the tape attorney prompted weekend Camp Moult Ra pid el side. Marriages Dissolved Mavis M. and Wayne general. John Mitchell, may have had some prior knowledge of the wiretapping plans. Withheld evidence from his I advisers and lawyers as Marion, fined $15 and well as the house judiciary committee. and made erroneous statements to the American I public. Ter- Nixon said in his statement b 1604 Fourtrcntl d $20 and costs. a stop sign —. e. 2590 Eleventh close robin. sE. tint Disobeying Casey Shoppe! avenue costs. Illegal use of siren whistle Roger Buresh, route one, fined >10 and costs. Improper passing D avid conferences between Nixon, top aides and speechwriters. The source said Monday "oh viously has been a catastrophic day for the President” and add od the disclosure cast doubt on tht* President’s ability to adequately defend himself in a senate trial if impeached by the juse. lived the last 25 years. She was born Aug. 2, 1892, in Cedar Rapids. She was married to Christian Ness in Cedar Rapids Surviving are two daughters. A u d r e y Schroeder. Auburn. Wash . and Betty Judd. Sacramento, Calif., and seven grandchildren Services: Mountain View fu neral home in Tacoma Friday Burial will he in Tacoma Grease Ignites; Kitchen Damaged A fire caused bv hat grease resulted in extensive damage at 6.40 pm Monda> to the Steven Barth residence. 4831 Montclair drive NW. “They still call them whenever they feel like it,” he said. “They don’t pay any attention to the list.” Clift also said the subpoenas, rather than a notification, are 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 testify while off duty. The standard witness fee, about $3, is returned to the police department. Officers receive no additional compensation if they testify while on duty, he said. 30 YEARS AGO    Following a 14(1 mile dash in five days. American troops sealed off all of Brittany. In the senate, where developments made it certain Nixon would go on trial if he does not resign. Republicans reacted to the White House news with visible gloom, sadness and resignation. None, however, immediately followed the path of assistant! Senate Republican Leader Rob-; ert (iriffin of Michigan, who earlier in the day called on Nixon to resign. Faced with the prospect of serving as jurors in a senate) trial most senators declined to 1 comment about the details of Nixon's disclosure. But Sen. Brock (R-Tenn.) said it had to be damaging to the President's case. “Sooner or later there’s got to be .some good news,” Brock said as he I walked away from a group of reporters. “Find Nothing” Senator Curtis (R-Neb ), in an interview on the NBG “Today” show' this morning, said, “I find nothing in there that says he was engaged in obstructing justice.” Curtis said he is also concerned about the prospect of having a new lYesident and vice-president who have never faced national election but gotten their positions through appointment. “I do not think that Watergate is worth starting the parade toward becoming a banana republic,” he said. Ford, who was chosen by Nixon to replace Spiro Agne w. Three Drug Cases Acted on Monday Three charges of possession of a controlled substance were acted on in magistrate’s court Monday. Judge Lynne Brady dismissed a charge of possession of a controlled substance against John Kregel, 1455 Douglas court, Marion, because he has been on good behavior since receiving a deferred sentence on July 31, 1973. He was accused of having marijuana in his possession on July 15, 1973. Robert Joseph Willenborg, 3518 Bel Air drive SE, pled guilty to possession of a controlled substance. Judge Anthony Scolaro deferred sentencing until Jan. 6, 1975, and placed Willenborg on probation to his attorney. He was accused of having marijuana in his possession on July 13. Scott M. Moulds of Ottumwa waived a preliminary hearing on a charge of possession of a controlled substance. His case was transferred to the grand jury. Moulds is accused of having marijuana on July 24. Sympathy i* the harden ward ta u rite, »a\ it with flou eri PIERSON’S IST 1*M) ELLIS BLVD. NW FLOW I- R PHONE M6-IM2I mksh . . I* I.## Mf. IIN , I* ram pi I#vtii ary I'MkS uni n ow m shop 5008 Center IR. Rd. 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