Cedar Rapids Gazette, August 9, 1974, Page 5

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 9, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa MAISONAl 8 -Ford- (Continued from Pago that holds government together, and nut only government hut itself. '1'iiat bond, though .strained, i; unbroken at home and abroad He prom- ised an administration of op'-n- and i jiuloi .Moving to assure lln- Forrest Hulen Forrest "Shug" Hulen. Jii Twelfth .street o! CrcJar Kupidv l-'ri.. Ausust 9 1971 If. .McAtte. 58. Wai- Thursday following l-'u'vcrsity hospi- McAtte Dies of Bums Suffered LaPeters to Commission: In Truck Crash ft _. Reinstate rive Officers illness. Formerly of Missouri, resident 40 years. Horn Dec. 14. i would be best Johnson I8'J8. at Lancaster. Mo., he was> In.un.-) Fold .-ummoiicd al ll! from nations W'lnle He with tlic I S :tnir. House and sent messages to Ilie during World war II Prior to Ins retirement lie was employed by Iowa Manufacturing (.'o Mr member of the odge, AF K- AM; and tiie Machinist is burns suffered served if tiie suspensions of in'e He three- pojce oincer.s are ended inimc- 1IS diatelv. man who issued tin a McAMe .sofiered second anil third degree bun.s to 00 perceis! of his body ;it innocent of the .aid the citizens of a.s the police department, would be best served if Johnson is immcdiatc- foreign minis try. He was n domestic Hulen WHS a an inaug- S' n in Masonic UHWUlHimVICKAM' Rain is expected Friday night in parts of liio Midwest and along the south Atlantic coast. Mostly fair elsewhere. issues, loo, homing day meeting economic .-nlvisers. Tin midterm inaiignraiion ''apt Demi was the in an Ion. DC.; tilled week ilaughli-rs. on resign, ami Si-rvice-.: a.m. Monil.v, (he rumors Hint he would al Chape] of Memories by tin -slciidily Hev John I'. Woods of Wos'- -N'i x o n s announcement minster Presbyterian church Monday lint Hunai: Cedar Memorial, when key evidence Ins mililarv services will be eon i ..i... j-enji neo to Cinei Wallace LaPetcrs ,nc lowers -t'. remarks in a il .ser- hearing then asked La- jinission healing on 'he jf hjs remarks also ap- c! thc tr.e otticers. ,0 _ Mjn.5ap wiiom LalVtcrs suspended MMu-hester, Hosdail and Am- :a-.' month. _. i... Tue iiye are Assi.stiini Chief Wallace Johnson and Detcciiu-s Adjourned Kenneth .Millsap, Robert Man- The commission was ad- ciiester, Darwin Ammeter and journed then, only minutes Donald Hosdai! were siis- ;ifler i' convened Tiie eornmis- iUTt' mpl n McAtle's truck came to rest after hitting a s'-cund car lhat was stopped lor a red light tile intersection. Passers-by ]i M 1 I e d McAtte from the his burning truck I'olice charged Clark with day at the intersection of high- Tile accident happened when a car driven by Robert Clark. K. jo.vi. tiijii io front i.f McAtte's oncoming camper truck Alter the collision a butane tank on tile back oi McAtte's t jury on decision, hut Chairman Allen Yarmv.sky declined to predict e.'-iKion would be ,111- H The Weather and pre- Nixon, Ford i n C.R. in Years Past in no- ducted by llanlord American li'i'-al grounds caused even his Legion post. Masonic services 'nt' staunche.si supporters to will be conducted by Hrucv. Ma- U ,'S ,'lyn' "'ami ins impeachment or resig- some lodge All Master Masons "'P''rlH T'" are asked to meet at the chapel M''''L'y l'ndi'y :l "'presenting Johnson concussion, lacerations and a about ins iLal'elers'i own in- pelvis. vestigalion into the allegations year pension and ihe v.....i..., -vicAtle's death was the tenth of wrongdoing conclusion is that it is an Duluth Honolulu Houston 57 51 .34 L. Angeles EO fi7 78 71 .11 Miami ..E5 GO 61 55 Minneapolis 79 64 72 AB N. Orleans B9 7] .01 12 New York 75 56 Phoenix 104 79 Townc court NK. ami Larrv .1 Driscoll. Kiiurlh ayenui SK. all lined SLTI nnd costs Kdwin Polk. Cl avenue Marion, forfeited cash bond. Gary Lee Sleichen, Atkins; Sue Ann Reek, taxpayers and produced By Nixon retained a! Ill: If, a.m. Monday Friends Hie I'isht 10 a a may call at Cedar Memorial fu- pension and the home after noon Sunday f incuts of office free office and at the Chapel after II a m space, secretarial help, secret Monday The family suREests s ami ln indictment. La- service protection, the frankim' tbat friends may if'they wish' dfiys' 1X IIills' of and the like. donate lo the I.inn Coumy lieari He Would lost these Fund "They were paid for by the have been stripped of I lie Hearing. Lal'cters why, if he has iiiiid regarding the Ksons. no r'idn't merely itc tiic officers, lie chief said lie was not sure had the authority to do so nice the civil service commis- ion was formally involved, and that he believes the hearing was the proper place to have tile (juestion decided. 15v Dale Kueter 66! Pl'u'rs said whon Ihursday of injuries suffered He also said he believes, on earlier in the day when he lost the basis of what he knows, that Hearing Sepf. 4 In Police Case mn sPSJx ''MM Gregory Carl Sen-. Washington, D.C.. 'by the most'office if he had been im as no .0? wasninsion 7; 70 .w mult, Tripoli; Spencer Carson; m a s s j v c organisation ever .peached bv the house and re- ?q'. McCormick, Troy Mills; Johns_____ i... 'Seem control of the motorcycle he was riding and ran off the road. L'sse C. Murray. 88, of 322 Traffic accidents claimed 11 C. Murray Extended Forecast Chance of rain Sunday ending Monday with partly clondy skies on White ii- -'020 Io power by a two-thirds majority Sccom! 'lvl'nUL' st'- a Cedar lives last year in Cedar Rapids. SE; Manuel" David l lime's. Me-1 buy elections." [vote of the senate, events which j RaPlds mosl of hls ].lfc Cervices are pending at the chanicsvillc; Mark Steven] So said Richard Nixon in-seemed unavoidable after this a construction Brosh chapel. Cedar Rapids. Davis, West DCS Moincs; Kevin Tuesday, mid 50s to ...0.18 ...2.39 Highs in mid 70s to 80s. C. R. Weather High Thursday overnight Noon Friday 2 p.m. Friday Precipitation Total for August Normal for August 2.97 Normal through August ...23.16 Total for 1974 33.88 Barometer, falling ....30.04 Humidity at noon 77% Wind direction and velocity at 2 p.m. SE at 13 mph. Sun rises Saturday. sun sets. Year Ago Today High, 87; low, 71; rainfall, none. Traveler's Forecast Saturday Weather, Hi-Lo Bismarck PtCldy 74-51 Chicago Shwrs 81-64 Cincinnati Cloudy 83-66 Cleveland PtCldy 79-62 DCS Moines Tshwrs 75-61 nuc NE, and Donald Devere White, 2828 Waveland drive NW, all fined and costs. 81 Improper muffler Kevin ft. I Keith Hastings, Waukon, for- felted S25 cash bond. Kim their home districts. Schulte, 2920 Westwood drive NW, and Gregory Myers, 1748 j candidates, and in Cedar Rapid: -ach promoting the candidacy of process. Meadowctalc drive NW, in right to hold future civil federal r k.i....... A hearing has been .set for D a.m. Sept. 4 on a petition for a writ of certiorari filed on behalf of six present and former members of the Cedar Rapids police department indicted by thc Linn grand jury. The petition for the writ was The Linn county grand jury filed Thursday morning, asking returned a no bill in the tnc C0lll't to nullify ihe findings are still on the job of Thomas Vrzal. thf 8rand W lhe cut billion me jon. grand jurv itself was allegedly Former Treasury Secretary of assault with intent to lllld Pled not bodily injury in connec- Cedar Rapids Sept. 24, week's Republican defections in; worker, died Thursday, speaking about federal Born Dec. 15, 1885, in James- Kord inherited (he 'ne was married to Har- that freshman Democrats claiming to have gained a nation that Nixon said E- Williams May 19, 1919, (Continued fi (Continued from Page 1.) Grand Jury Returns No Bill on Vrzal iperately needs to heal the Nixon was in Iowa stumping 'wounds of Watergate. Indeed. [for Republican congressional jlnc outgoing President said he i candidates, and in Cedar Rapids his departure would fined S10 and costs. m i I Overtime parking _ Ronald Ma> Robert M- L- Johnson. at Must-aline. He was a member iNixon aidcs d of thc Methodist Church. Mrs. Murray survives. Abernalhy, 132G C avenue fined Disobey stop sign Chad Rockwell Smittkamp, 2810 Twelfth avenue SW, fined S10 and costs. Prohibitive, destructive James Edward Gerlich, 272 Indiandale road SE, fined and costs. Failure to have vehicle under control Gary D. Hcndricks, Johnson was opposing freshman Democratic Congressman John Culver. Four years later, Oct. 17, 1970, House Republican Leader acts i Gerald Ford was in Cedar "In Good Hands" "The leadership of America will be in good said Nixon. Detroit PtCldy 78-61 Indianapolis Tshwrs 80-65 Kansas City ....Tshwrs 83-65 Milwaukee Shwrs 76-61 Mpls.-St. Paul .Tshwrs 74-60 PtCldy 85-65 Aplington, fined and costs. Driving- wrong way on a one- way street Mark Evan An- drews, Central City, fined and costs. Striking; fixtures adjacent to street Fred A. Fctt, 2312 Rompot street SE, fined S20 nnd costs. Intent to injure Thomas Burns, Marion, fined and costs. Failure to stop before cross- ing; sidewalk or emerging: from alley Anthony Dunlevy. 4701 Midway drive NW, fined and costs. Failure to yield Anna G. Omaha St. Louis ........Tshwrs 84-69 Sioux Falls .....Tshwrs 78-63 j Smith, Clarksvillc, fined landcosts. Mississippi sti..kinff vchiclc (Flood stages in brackets) i _ Patricia Swcaringcn. 820 LaCrossc (12) 5.3, no change] Thirtieth street, Marion, fined Lansing (18) 8.8, no change Dam 9 (18) 13.8, rise .3 McGregor (18) 7.3, rise .1 Gultcnberg (15) 4.8, rise .2 Dubuque (17) 8.0. rise .3 Davenport (15) 4.9, rise .1 Keokuk (16) 3.6, no change and costs. Iowa Deaths j New Vienna Laurence W. Westhoff, 70. Monday at at St. Boniface's. Visitation aftr-i- fi Sunday and parish Kramer's. i scripture at 8 at Cedar at C.R. (13) 3.75, fall Dyersvillc. Elkader Saturday Louis W. Wilke. at 2 at Peace United Church of Christ. Witt's. Coralville Lake Pool level Friday 630.24! Shellsburc Tcrrv Luke's 25. Saturday 'at He lold the mayor how the seat- Rapids to advance the can- didacy of Cole McMartin, the GOP candidate who was at- tempting to head off a fourth term for Culver. Ford Interview- Ford, in an interview, de- clined to get into the party spat between liberal New York Con- gressman Charles Goodell and Vice-president Agnew, but did say he believed the vice- may call at Turner east. Memorial Services Indicted for conspiracy, pcrju- i in milk price supports. Ford could seek to prevail lupon Jaworski not to bring son' Vrzal. i were Cedar Rapids Safety Com- 29. of 825 ''ames Steinbeck, and streel SE had been arrested.Detedives K e n n e t h Millsap. ln Rosdail, Robert Man- vision and radio from the Oval! p.m. Saturday by Office, surrounded by the trap- White and tiie Rev. pings of the presidency he IWebb. Burial: Oak surrendering after The nation watched, too, a few] church after 10 a.m. Saturday minutes later when Ford spoke in the rain outside his suburban! Alexandria, Va., home. "I think the President of the] United States has made one of I the greatest personal sacrifices; for the country and one of the1 finest personal decisions on be-: LcRoylenough penalty in becoming the: Harmon !firsl chief Executi ecomng e: ive forced to! Police had alleged charged with perjury 'poured gasoline on oftstiuction ot justice. IfCopel Terms Detox poured g; Ford has said nothing publicly j youngster's legs and the gaso-i his intentions. lline was ignited when Vrzal lit a! Sees Indictment jcigaret or match. Rep. McCloskey (R-Calif.ii .said. "I know that Jerrv Fordj (Continued from Page 1.) Indictments, were, returned Always sustain us because the against two men accused of as-j gre.at.ness comes not when, j would never promise to jnten, things go always good for you, jhim as a condition for his tnc greatness comes when "illa'lon- Tnhn navirt Kidd ir nf you're disappointed, when you i McCloskey predicted t h a n Uavld J1" U' ol ric produced "far more pluses than minuses" for the GOP. A lot of Watergate has passed then, gone. under the dam since Agnew and Nixon are Ford is President of the United States. Ford was not imposing in appearance on behalf of Martin. In fact. McMartin did i JVe most of the talking at a Holiday' said. His eves filled with tears, the: balding, broad-shouldered 61-'" ...y j'car-old Ford promised work on the problems, serious Friday termed the Mercy ba'sis for his forccast hospi al cetoxification center as! Senator Brooke he teenth avenui! SE. were indicted for allegedly beating David last November became 1206 Fifth avenue SE, with ever to hit Republican senator to club on June la. of You" "Only when you've been in the deepest valley can you know ihowr magnificent it is (o be on :the highest mountain." Nixon said he departed proud Inn press conference. Ford Peered around any questioning! 'that would put. me in the feudj jelween the vice-president and; other Republicans." Nixon called thc shots in set- .'Continued from Page 1.) world affairs. They their misgivings to Nixon. enacted state law thc county j But ]caders in b'oth nc e a 1 ed weapon; Steven h d picks up 2o percent of the tab expressed their disapproval James Fowler, receiving stolen and Ihe state Ihe remaining 75 House Republican leader John property, Bruce Allen Slay- percent, i Rhodes of Arizona said he had maker, possession of a con- But at a basic cost of perjno ]awful authority to grant im- 'rolled substance; Harlan G. "lc amount owed by thejmunity to anyone." Brooke's resolution ing up the press conference! ln the flnal analysis, the twojdrunks committed to the lhe and appearance with Johnson. nad many allies m seeking according to Kopel. merely [pending on the number carrv the authority of Smith, drunk driving second of- fense: James Donald Hahn, rob- Always remember, others may hate you but those who hate you don't win unless you hate them and then you de- stroy yourself." bery with aggravation, and congress opinion. not lhe force George Palmer Mundy. drunk St. j Turner chapel west. Cedar AUK. 8 To the families of Rapids. Burial: Palo cemetery. Kenneth Coats, 1967 C avenue NE, a son; Thomas Toss, 234 Sussex drive NE, a daughter; David Ramm, 3827 D avenue NE, a daughter; Gerald Wick- ing should be. That, he would run for the presidency in 1968 end the crisis through resigna- tion. The coalition represented Persons may be committed to the center in two ways. They 225 Chatham road NE, a daughter. Births Mercy Alls. S To Charles Krlly. 422 Thirty-ninth street NE, a Anamosa -Sam .1 Adams, obvj0us. _.. Saturday at 1, Goettsch s. Decorah Fen Glover, 80. Nixon Critical Saturday at 2. First Lutheran; Six staff members accom-, ChWeIlnianinC-- Henry W !panied him fo Ccdal" RaPids' as I Press' Fort Atkinson York Times and Christian ilttiber, 7S. Saturday at Monitor. an amalgam of motives: ejther be pickcd u-pby ,ne tism, politics, conscience. But Haig and Kissinger were I among the very few with direct' to Nixon's car. Only police as they are now or com-i milted by themselves, a certify- ing physician, spouse, guardian. of law. Except in impeachments. driving second offense, emigres? has no authority toi decide who is and is not to prosecuted. bej "This house has a great heart land the heart comes from those jwho serve." Nixon acknowledged as he did I in his resignation speech that No bills were returned by mistakes were made dur- Sought Confession 's Catholic- day at S, i eh.Ro- 9 To the families ft, Mason-Ha Robert Duff, 303 Thirty-sixth street NK. a daughter: Robert! T...n O D Si-haiifenhuct, 2340 Sixteenth I I WU SUretNW'as011 Charged with Nixon was critical of Prcs- f araa K'.'Mocl'ial. 72. i ident Johnson for not coming up Saturday al 10. St. Patrick's with a solution in Vietnam. ''All finsarv Fndavl way directly fi.om r puces dclogatjon (o sec ng [inflation on thc home front." Even though the former vice- grand jury in the following, ing his stay jn the White House, cases: Michael Ray Muldoon. carry-! "None Profited" Brooke said he sought "resig-ijng a concealed "Sure we have done some relative or any other with confession." He saidjCnarIes jonn Hanson, wrong in this adminislra- ble person, according to the Nixon should make a full Lynn Peterson, larceny i lion, and the top man always most all others had lo nresent'stale statute' admlsslon of hls a motor vehicle; Lynn Dale takes Ihe responsibility, and most all othe.s ha to A meetjng flf ,hc mmty Watergatc as ,he pnce a vehiclejrve never jt 'pervisors. Kopel. health and law; adoption of his resolution. without the owner's consent: j "But no man and no woman Morris, lascivious acts i came into this administration ____ Rufus Lea. left it with more than he ion. Al Ihe of his conccaiL.d weapon; in. No man or woman one official joked only half-hear- political career. Nixon made Walter, jr.. profiled at, the public ex- Often pervisors. Kopet, health and law a Officials WaS hcldl, I Friday to discuss enactment I But except for admitting hcjFred Morris, made "mistakes" in a I president had lost by a tiny Out of Town Births At MarciiKo Mr. and Mrs. _ One AV. Hawkins, a daughter. 3 ;goycrnor of California in Aug. 4. Mrs. Hawkins Two Cedar Rapids men was obviously not quitting. dur- congres- todl-v lhal 'he best location for confession. ing a motor vehicle wilhout the ipense or thc public till bar might be across Ihe street; Many in congress argued consenl; Michael How-1 "Mistakes, ves. but not for margin to John Kennedy in DrUQ despite his bitter defeat forj i i ill- lillUlU Ul (ItlUO.T 111L MICH' -'tmit m -'-i sional Republicans who told MB h had suffered enough. Inn irnrct n the worst. Around that evening In leting with Kis al Office to tlii ,ard. breaking and entering, gain. ever. You did could commit them- Their view reflected that ex- navid Knappe. conlrihut-'what you believed in. some- ;.selves after a drinking binge. pressed during the house thc delinquency of a times right sometimes wrong Cedar Rapids Safety Commis- ary committee's debate on im-iminm. daiishter of Mr. and Mrs. with conspiracy to im-: when isked In comment Hawkins. -18 street.i ,b ......I I0 (.ommeilt Mai'lon. Marriages Dissolved on complaint filed his tfa.-. W0llld Thursd-iv in Cedar Rinids fed i lu' :sCck :cial c l family quarters. Awaiting were his wife, his daughters and their husbands, and his loyal 'isioncr James- Steinbeck by one of Nixon's 'idicated the best policy for and Hetty ('lain- If. Fires a.m. Tliursday. rirtrnlal alarm ,-it Fifth line SK. As Nixon and his family en- ._ grand jury conlinucd tercel the East Room. Secretary case.-, because witnesses of State Kissinger led the stand- lice officers to follow would be C a 1 i f. I "Impeachment. unavailable. Those ovation that caused tears in lakt' ('vpry intoxicated person 'said, "is worse than denlh! bc a, nnt nu'cting-well in the eyes of Ihe President Ihe center rather than lo the <'n hand, some in of ,hc gralld Jllry :ind hjs in Women Weep county jail. roiigres'-- say (lie lesson of Wa- Church, larceny of a "We don't'have a good word Hioni.' Nixon told them that he now tergate is that all men must be for it in English." he said. "The iNixon said: i was determined to resign i SI) YKAliS AGO Sale of wlual boforo Tho-v sald 'Stick. larcem and Carl Ilobbs .best is au revoir. We'll see you address as IIIOO Seventh avenue: -rm ,n Nixon and it would be wrong for Nixon to punishment il those who ________________________ !carried out his orders had in 1968 (polls then Chal'BCcl wcrc Romney to be 'i llV Beuv to and Sieger and John William lhc (iOI. 1 I linf Vl n( lii-( (lirtil- both of whom listed Harry Pant Lekin: Diana .In and 'lloherl Hartman. jr.; F.u- jr. and Linda M. Karris: Am, Louise and Kenneth John: 1 against the men, customs in- spectors found the cocaine in a addressed to the men om Colombia, South America. The letter was delivered and a.m. Kriday. rump water pjijr was arrested Thursday. men appeared before t'.S. at i-ily hall. Magistrate's Court Spri'ilinc Kevin .I.-i I.yneh. nil" Thirty-sixth: stcgor Dodge stml NK; David .Inhn myn comment about 19fiR Of family, wcp-l.kamps in Britain until after Ihei1' cause right now 196B is implored him to fight. presidential election, j' When Oliver j personal pholographer, entered! "No Comment" room emotions1 CHOI-'TON. Md. i AIM Korm -jof the group found another out-1 er Vice-prosidenl Agnew offered I let. n relief from (ears. i go lerse "no comment" when1 "They all cheered, as if I about President Nixon's'were a hern of some sol a preliminary hearing ;Atkins relaled. She's Spec (off Lef her Know with Ffowars FHKSII f'l.ltWKHS I'rompl 1 SIMM' 500S Center I'l. 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