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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 7, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                NAUONAl WIA1MIII itfcVJCt fOHCAil .c, 7AM DEATHS Ford, Haig Meet for Hour KapitK August 3A J. S. Livingston, Bank Vice-President, Dies on'iiiued from Page l.i tor Nixon's resignation a- l.lilli'.'.-tMI. .Y Mree'. v IMi. O 47 At the di-ath." Mr. l.iving- o! fjiic.stio.a whether Nixon's acts, warranted ins removal fiorn of- lin.v I- onl I'l fjiariiiK The list indudi-d all 10 puhiicaas on the hmise judiciary o in i- against the articles of imt.each- aide.-. to Kurd .-aid thai '.'.ill be iirouuh; to the xit n, "i T .-..JillpIiOlj in 'he v.hen and if Nixon leaves office, der-'.-on-d by dcs according to the Detroit Free to a a-, ti I're---. The newspaper i.': idi-rr. do in save Xixon's lawyers wen.- to turn it over !o Sirica Wednesday after- noon more of the tapes iki subpoenaed. There was no indication whe'h- .J i of moiv an ;jij already provided by the Protesters" Parade Before Phone Offices hanking Chtincc of rain night over cy a.'id Floridci. Mostly fair elsewhere. upper lower Texas, the "Tennessee The Weather Accidents Injure Pedestrian and Three Motorists urday ceremonies b Duane Ar- -ked not t., be i'1" right my.v I Ihi-v now leel they at a lo.-s io knosv." .he said. ly ol Wi-eoiisin. and o! iee-prcsident'.- au'.hij- 'Hie in support i.; the American Institute of Hank- to draw up policy and pcachmcm brought v.ith it pas'. i. e.-.ioi personnel proposals lhat i-'ird the American liisutute of Hank- have !o ad on in tile amo linn InsH'.'itc. lov.a j.. chapter. a member of Ihe Cedar Kapiris-Marion of Conuncrce. Kim- crest Coumry club and the Cedar luipids Spurts club. Mr, j, survive'1 by wife, Margie M. "Peg" ingston. and a brother. Jack Honolulu, Hawaii .Services: Pending at Stewart] over the the l-'rcr. I'rc "In the- last 18 hours things liavi; changed." one aide was saving. "He under- stands what i he is a realist. And bo- cause he knows what must be for tlm country, he make funeral home, where may call curing the following Thursday from noon to 9 p.m and nnlil the time of service. Mrs. held a private, hour-loi tlml-'ni'i meeting with Ford Wednesday. ure that lie is ready.'1 Talks wilh llaig Vs closest aide. if have centennial, jllouse chief of staff be out of thls buildm" with a chance of rain Friday, Sim-dins Midiad Richard L. Kisk. 22, of North Townc COUrt ninth c-tr-nnl niC through bunday. Highs in Fol.d o-ilcwooci' 70s to mid 80s. Lows, 60s Fridayjavenue SE; Thomas a r'6ht knee injury at to 50s Saturday and Sunday. Sixth street SW; Gcoraejp.m. Tuesday when he was Mrs. Robert Deal Lydia Elizabeth Deal, 88. "Kvi'n i! in- lied or obstructed justice, where's the disadvan- tage'.''' asked l.andgrebe. "No raumatic fhing is happening to the country.' Frontage Issue Aired at Tavern C. R. Weather High Tuesday ................80 Low overnight ...............63 Noon Wednesday .............80 2 p.m. Wednesday...........80 Welsh, 2oau Dale Wells, Doskocil, 710 Thirty-fifth street High drive SE; Anamosa; Mark Precipitation ...None SE, and Stanley Harmony, Minn., Torgenson struck by a car in the Emcrald avenuc SE- widow lot at Jerry's Drive-In, 715 First Iof E- Dcal- dlcd Tuesday union leadership has ivil sanctioned the strike." Mike Bickal. city steward for local said, "This is not strike II is a protest." He said the reason for the "protest" was i I l'lc is morc of zoning insull than an Bickal Questions of fairness Immunity. tl.calmen( wcrc gickal said Ihe membership changed views on the current; As a means of inducing a fa-j Wednesday at a public hearing] has been offered a 10.7 perceni situation" but refused to elabo-jvorable attitude toward rcsigna-jon a rezoning request thaijwage increase the first year, rate, saying, "that's all f can! lion in thc While House, some1 would permit operation of a bar land 3.3 percent increases for the members revived talk of Icgifla-at 3901 First avenue SK. i second and third years of the ion lha! would grant Nixon im-j The owners of Hardi-Gardens i agreement. avenue SW. j following a brief illness. each" lined'I The car that struck Fisk was! Bom Nov- 30> ]m- in Toddvil- _ ________ ._ and costs. Randy Schwab, jrjrivea by Robert W. Herman. i'e- snc !lad a lifelong resi- of 2000 Lauren drive SW. of Ccdar RaPids and Swishc-r; Cathy Patten, 142o Country Club drive, Marion; John D. Matthews, Six- teenth street SE; Loraine Yousse, 715 Fifteenth street SE; Total for August............2.21 Normal for August .........2.97 Normal through August ...23.16 Total for 1974 ..............33.70____ Barometer, falling.........30.13jpteasant'f Mo- Humidity ..................66% Wind direction and velocity at 2 p.m. SSE at 8 inph. Sun rises Thursday, sun sets, Year Ago Today High, .72; low, 57: rainfall, 0.16. Traveler's Forecast charges were filed. lOUibL', LJ i'JiLetJIHIl SllL'CL Otj, A 1 oo r Jr-nl Glenda Maillie, 328 Anthony Dunlcvy, 28, of ninth street SE; Nadinc Cress j Midway drive NW. suffered a Troy Mills; Ronald King, Mt. possible chin injury at p.m. ity. She was a member of Cen- tral Church of Christ. Surviving are five daughters, Mrs. Lawrence Randall, Mrs. "Viable Option" While Nixon hopes to rally a dwindling band of defenders to and a truck driven by Thursday Weather Hi-Lo Bismarck .......Tshwrs 73-52 Cloudy 82-64 Shwrs 81-65 PtCidv 83-67 ...PtCldy 82-61 Shwrs 78-64 PtCldy 84-07 ..PtCldy PtCldv Miller, each fined ?20 and I Arthur 0. Pingel, Grand Mound, costs. Gary Rich, 2925 Center collided. Point road NE, fined S14 and Dunleyy at Mercy Disobeying a traffic signal Daniel Keegan, 372 Twentieth' Police charged Dunlevy with street SE, fined S60 and costs, failure to yield the right-of-way. Paul L. Durbala, 1004 G avenue Tn haonened in. the NW, and Melvin Davis, 1321 u, v" m U1L Third avenue SW, each fined block of Flrst avenue and costs. Disobeying: a train signal Leslie Phinney, Danville, lined j j Harry Hawthorne, and Mrs. when "The car "he'was Thorington, all of Ceiari Rapids; Mrs. Raymond Eda- burn, Shellsburg, and Mrs. Gene Bower, Minneapolis; one son, Kenneth Deal, Covington, 24 grandchildren, 67 great- grandchildren and seven great- great-grandchildren. Services: p.m. Friday at Turner chapel east by a min- ister .of the Church of Christ. Burial: Linwood. Friends may call at Turner east. fight removal through a senate White House sources ac- knowledge lhat a presidential resignation remains a "viable option." "Sure it is all options arc said one source. munity from criminal prosecu- home and garden center peti- ion. tioned for a change from B-l to The proposal was quickly JB-2 zoning, so the property can and Rep. Conable chairman of the house Republi-j Objecting to the request wnsjcouid not predict how long the can nolicv committee. lTon5' Naso, owner of Tony's i wnil-nnt wnulri ho in nffnpt SW when Dunlcvy attempted to make a turn in front of the on- coming truck. Obstructing streets Kevin Roy Loudermilk i Wright, Alburnett, fined S40J Anna G' Smith' 57  1908' at Love" Permitting: unauthorized pcr- 'ii to drive Alan Spcidcl, 11023 Twenty-sixth street fined S3U and costs. Intoxication Robert Wol- Heights, Police charged Mrs. Smith with failure lo yield thc way to oncoming traffic. Mrs. and, Colo., he was married to Dorothy Gabbert, Dec. 28, 1940, i at Kirksville, Mo. He was a vet- eran of World war fl and a can policy committee. Rhodes said he doubted thatjpizza. First avenue SE. congress had any authority to I grant immunity, which is aj )ower reserved to thc executive! Branch. "It wouldn't be worth! He said the union membership has not voted on the proposed contract, which was tentatively squelched, however, by Rhodes converted to a drinking es-jagreecj to late Sunday in Wash- ington, D.C. Bickal said he put themselves into the position of defending illegal he told a reporter. However, in Ihe senate, assis- tant Republican leader Robert Griffin said he was leaning to- be in i Calls Pile Up In Iowa City, officials for Northwestern Bell said long dis- ance calls were running 15 to 20 minutes late. Judy Marrow, vice-president of local 7116 in Iowa City, said, "This is not an official strike by employes of Northwestern Bell. jquent loss of business, cost him We are simply honoring a pro- test picket of Western Elec- tric In Des Moines, some tele- phone operators did cross picket ines. Steve Watson, state stew- ard for (he union, was quoted as saying Ihe walkout was unauth- thc paper it was written he] said. I Conable said he thought it was especially wrong for Re- publicans to be seeking immuni- He said the move, and subse ty for Nixon. "The Republicans shouldn't! from to Naso said when his building was under construclion in 19G8, he was told he must move il back lo 50 feet from First avenue because o[ a res- ervation [or a possible front- age road on the easl side of the avenue. He complained that the plan- ning commission is not requir- ing demolition or relocation of part of the Hardi-Gardens build- ing, which is only 25 feet from the property line. Rather, the spokesman said. Nixon intends to "see that the business of the people continues as we move through the constitutional process." ward support of legislation "If they could make us move orized. He urged the employes grant immunity. Debate Schedule The prospect of an over- whelming vote for impeachment led house leaders to revise their schedule for the debate andj vote, for which they had] B y constitutional process, to allow 10 to two j Warren said he meant a senate i (weeks. Iback 50 feet in 1968. how can you give him a B-2 zoning and jnot give him Ihe same treat- ment we Naso asked. An attorney for the peti- tioners countered by saying Naso, not his clients, were being favored. He said that if and when the! to return to their jobs. Watson said CWA locals across the country have until Sunday lo ratify the proposed agreement. Local 7290, head- quartered in Minneapolis, repre- sents about 1.050 equipment in- stallers in five states. Smith allegedly made a left turn; noivcrton, 3120 Pebble drive SW, and Larrv Vicrs, 4600 Ford av- bubuque (17) 7.5. no change i enue NW, each fined S20 Huron's car. member of Hanford American Kcokuk (16) 3.3. fall .7 Crdar at C.K. (13) 3.77, .07 Coralville Lake Pool level Wednesday 601 Births St. Luke's Iowa Deaths Legion post and the Elks club. He had attended Northeast Mis- isouri State college at Kirksville. [..Roger L. Roeder. 17, of 3000 J He is survived by his wife, West Union SW, suffered van, 86. Thursday at 2 at Burn-1to the back and head at Services: Pending at Turner ham and Wood's. AVaukon Robert Kugcl, 64. p.m. Tuesday in a two-car colli-) chapel cast. Friends may call at sion at the intersection of Turner east, after 11 a.m. i Brothers'. Waukon Alma Aug-. 6 To thc families ofiST Thursday avenue and Tenth street He was treated at Mercy gerald, j hospital. Thursday. impeachment trial. But ha dodged questions on whether the "constitutional process" might include invoking the 25th Amendment, which sets procedures for a Presdient to i Some members suggested! running through the whole: process in a road goes in. Naso will to receive: acquisition da'v and others !costs from lhc Because a 'condition c Gardens is an easement for the said it could be done in of rezoning at Hardi- but Speaker Albert and Chair-1 Gardens is an easement lor the man Rodino (D-N.J.) of the he continued, his clients K, committee are resisting! "'ill not be compensated. temporarily step aside if unable' such drastic pruning of Acting Mayor Hal Schaefer to carry out the duties of office. !scneciuie said the council will check the road controversy with the legal Vincent MrMurray, 1639'i; E avrnup XE. a Mm: Kim Mur- phy, Mt. Yemen. ;i daugh- ter Francis Van Van Home, a son: Stanley Mi-Gal'- fco, Kedwins road SW. a son: Thomas Van Srrkum, 1860 B avenue NK. a diniditcr: Ken- neth Walker, a claushter: rick's. Burial: .Ait. Olivet. Mar- Brothers'. t Si. Pat-! Roeder was injured when thcj steffani Lee Murvihill, 3-day- Murvihill Infant fani Lee Murvihill, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Try Nixon Anyway? Senate Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield said Wednesday I the senate should conduct an! impeachment trial of even if he resigns. After a meeting between lead- car he was driving and a Ralph W. Conlev.j driven by Josephine F. Jilek 69. Stephen "Murvihill, 1420 f b Friday at at St. 1011 Thirty-fourth street NE, died Tuesday. She was g Lutheran church. Visitation aticollided. 'born 3. 1974. "This matter has gone on tool'" i -fthc we Alter a meoung uenveen icdu---------------- c-rs of both parties and Rodino department before making a de- and the ranking en the rezoning. member of the judiciary com-j Rep. Hutchinson (R-; i it was tentatively agreed to try to confine consideration to Law rSSSSG III O.R. Rental Auto, Two Wallets A man and a woman, using stolen identification, Tuesday rented a car and stole a wallet owned by a clerk at the rental agency. The first theft happened about 10 a.m. Tuesday when the pair took a wallet containing and identification owned by Robin McCormick, 16, of street Police charged Mrs. Jilek Surviving in addition to her its ultimate reporters. he was A new ordinance dealing Miss McComrick. an em- loitering was adopted by the city council Wednesday, and ploye of the Holiday Inn, 2501 Williams boulevard SW, was at Rrnnklvn Harhn Mi'Cllirc AlallSIlCIa ClupnaSlZCa HE was, _. it. f 56. Thursdav at 1 at Ncycnho-'iwith driving lm'OUgh a Slg" parcnts arc tllC jvj a vjcw. Ho saidj I Op6S T-I c-hn --iIlnniiHl f irt i Rnft i- I nrt-'iinn A'liifi'ihill I.'al_ Larry lOskaloosa. Buri'a'l: 'Forest, she allegedly failed to stopi Betty Lorraine Murvihill. Val- jfor a red traffic light. (hc wouk, wha, ,0! WASI.IINGTON (UPI) become law when in the laundryroom when i published Friday. i she was distracted. The council approved Ihe ordi-j The pair then went to Avis Births Mercy li Tn the farnilie: Gary f'nishy, Illil Hover ave- nii.-. SK. a riaughtur: Alva Hiuilcr. .ir.. 1270 Twenty-sec- ond avenue SW. n Out of Town Births Ludora James C. 77, of Viroqua. Wis. Wednesday at 2 at Burial: Th.ur.sclay at al Marengo of i ceme'tL'ry. Vint o n Herman Schrader, at lldnra' price supports in March. 7u. Friday at a. United Churrh In response to question (Continued from Page 1.) help in persuading President Nixon to raise federal milk Al Camp Sprinss llil. Mr., luf Trrry J. a on -1. AleGiyorill is Ihe Mr. and Mrs. Patil .1. Ii-fiivcrin. 2l'iii.'i (I 1 e n Kim ,f Chrisi. M.-AninehV. Vieinr. Jacobsen denied that his! 'Continued from 1'age 1.) Marriage Licenses i fighting on the cease-lire agreement. The defenders, members of the Cypriol nation- al guard, rusiied from I heir iiai-ri P'teiM-n away from Ihe battle both nf area. ui Mai'mii. ,-11 Si rand Tnddvilie. "le was hltcrod will] the Marimi. and Vicki smoking ruins of (ireek Cypriol "iapicl.--. ;iiid armored personnel lin hjt Turkish shell fire. cnn- Fires hooked their weapons lo as- Irucks and fled to :he rear. YKAKS AGO Kasl Ger- man c o m m u n i s I s accepted I-'lush Pl'i'sidcnl fund offer lo Hood viclims. Memorial Services Wall, Mrs. Arthur a.m. unvday :n Ihi.- .laneliii-Kuhii inaie by llie ........I K. Burham of llv plea had been induced by Uniin prnmise nf ;i light penally or church. A crcmalion eninmi any oilier promises except those in a letter ef understanding nice the Ironi Ilcputy Special IVosecii- ad lor Henry Ruth. Wanl ads help you sell, buy or That letter, essentially a deal nial In drop the savings and loan________________________ ease and possible perjury prose-' Cfodar cniion in return for lhc Austin ;uilly plea and lestimony iigainsl Connally. was dalcd May 21. Allhough sources had said weeks ago thai, .lacnbscn had hid., and Mi. and j[ arose. 'federal judge Wednesday turned! nance on its second reading. !Kent-a-Car, 815 Fifth avenue SE luchard hracew-ell Uubuquc. Thc leadcr (0' Watergate special pro-linen waived the clerk. Linda Dixon, 2326 I crprnalim [or Leon Jaworski iapes ofjthat it be approved on drive SE. told police the were eonuicled in turner Hc Kajfl an of 64 presidential nccasions. iwoman displayed Miss McCor- c Mrial had been conducted involv-ltjons lhat the supreme cnurl or- The ordinance makes il un-'mick's driver's in'-; federal judge after thc dcrj'l President Xixcn to sur- lawful for any person or perffns renting thc car. resigned. 'render. :to assemble and stand, sit. lie. Judge John Sirica ruled squat or loiter on public u.oman took her wal- ipes of Nixon's conversations properly, so as lo hinder the use jug rrom O vl ,n nf -H-nirl "'lh and the mail Sl [i n c 1573 as the Watergate cover-up' 'ing an impeachmenl vote by u, imi-avel contained. 311 VKARS Cerman asket will noiihou.'e. cf an admissible and ambassador m Ihe Vatican. John roiovant fharaclcr." House Hopeless became clear Tuesday that license when Mrs. Dixon told police I he in IflfS hv The GnrrMi- Co iisnrrt tlollv nnrt nt SOO r St. fr.lfir Rnri.1'.. lov.o iiiittl ot Cpdnr The tapes were ef a formed the Holy Si" Nixon with John Dean on w o u 1 d no longer March 17. a telephone Miller. cc.nversalioii with Dean March Hep. Banmar. of Maryland, a 20: a March .'10 meeting with number cf house Republicans John IChrlichman. and two announced their support for im- meetings on April Hi wilh lihr- peachmcnl, many of Ihcm call- lichman and II. li. llaldeman. 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