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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - September 10, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa NAtfONAl WCAtHtK nw 10 M OH WtMHtt rOICKASt Chance of rain Tuesday night -from North Dakota through parts of the upper Missis- sippi valley and the Great Lakes region and from eastern Texas northeastward to the mid- dle and norfhern Atlantic states. City Lottie Hutchison, 85. Thursday at 3 at Snider's, West Liberty, with visitation beginning Wednesday. Monticello Hulda S. Topping, 80. Thursday at at St. Matthew's Lutheran church. Visitation at Goettsch's after 9 Wednesday. Manchester Pcler A. Friedmann, 73, Wednesday at 10, St. Mary's Catholic church. Burial: Jesup. Visitation at Shelly's after 1 Wednesday. Iowa City Roy Lackender, 84. Wednesday at 3, George L. Gay's. Stamvood Willis McGuire, 68. Thursday at Methodist church. Masonic services Wednesday at at Chapman's, where friends may call after 2 Wednesday. Stanwood Freda Johnson, 71. Thursday at 2, Mechanics-ville Methodist church. Visitation at Chapman's after 2 Wednesday. West Branch Dean Stafford, 67. Friday at 11, Spring-dale United Methodist church. Barker's. The Weather High temperatures Monday( low teni-eratures overnight and inches cf M M M L. Angeles 85 67 Atlanta 61 64 Miami 88 79 Bismarck 70 so Minneapolis 62 55 .OB Chicago 77 69 N. Orleans 66 74 Denver 92 SB .08 New York 85 7l) Duluth ....49 43 Phoenix 11081 Honolulu B573.66 Seattle 6755.01 louston 7772.05 Washington 8268 Missing. Extended forecast Partly loudy Thursday through Satur-lay. Highs Thursday, mid 60s to ow 70s by Saturday. Lows in nid 40s to lower 50s. C. R. Weather iigh Monday and costs. Edwin Goldsmith, Monticello; John Herden, 405 Westview drive, Marion; Robert DeBurn, 1600 Seventh avenue SE; Loren Bol-som, route one, Marion; each fined 535 and costs. Steven Weidenbacher, 2340 Blakely boulevard SE; Ralph Kane, 5651 Vermont street SW; William Kress, 719 Ninth street SW; Larry Stevens, 1033 jorie Dundee, 313 Seventeenth street NE; Jean Sloan, Hiawatha; Howard Haigh, 5001 Eiehth avenue. Marion: Barbara Rowland, 2760 Twenty-third avenue, Marion; Stephen Hidge, 3720 Wenig road NE; Samuel Kielty, 327 Windsor drive NE; Thomas Grass, 363 Hampden drive NE; Jody Ter-pkosh, Swisher; James Belden, 860 West Eighth avenue, Marion; Dale Oliphant, 415 South Eleventh street, Marion; Diane Zearley, 98 Thirtieth avenue SE; Donald Ashbaugh, 3639 Twelfth avenue SE; each fined and costs. Fay Benesh, 916 Ninth street SW; Ronsld Han is, MDrshalltowni Wilmer Uthoff, Norway; Floyd Long, route three, Cedar Rapids; Steve Johnson, Me-ehanicsville; Delores Frey, Forestville; Geneva McCor-mick, 2704 J street SW; Bonita Smith, 830 Wilson avenue SW; James Blair, North Liberty; D a r c y Rosenbcrgcr, 3131 Sixth street SW; Peter Millis 3 14 Hanover rdad SW; .eaclj fincd and costs. Traffic siffnai violation Timothy Steel, 535 Knollwood drive SE; Jack Hansel, 2590 Twenty-fifth avenue, Marion; Dale Blackford, route one, Marion; John While, 3904 Lennox avenue NE; Gerald Carolan, 2433 Thirteenth avenue NE; Phyllis Paulson, Keystone; each fined S20 and costs. David Smilh, 802 N slrect SW; Mark Holmes, 400 Lindale drive, Marion, two charges; James Valenta, 4609 Aspen lane NE; Wancta Peal, Los Galos, Calif.; Glen Sasek, 2711 Bever avenue SE; Donald Miller, 1028 Third avenue SW; Frances Correra, Glenwood; Richard Henderson. 1802 Western drive SW; each fined ancl costs. I n t o x i e ation Randall Sprague, 436 Twentieth street NW; fined S75 and costs. Driver's license violation Larry Messcrschmidt, Oxford; fined and costs. Mark Holmes, 400 Lindale drive, Marion; fined and costs. Improper passing- Allan Jo h n s o n 700 Thirty-fifth street, Marion; fined ?25 and costs. Vehicle control violation Melannc Schuttcrlc, Norway; fined S20 and costs! Faulty equipment Lester Rowe. 1115 Thirty-third street NE; Randall Hora, 366 Nineteenth street SE; Gary Moen, 329 Nineteenth street SE; Stephen Garringer, 289 Fourteenth avenue, Marion; James Sprague, Lisbon; each fined and costs. Parking: violation Robert Norlhrup, 625 Fifth avenue SE; fincd and costs. Robert ITowrcy, 712 Thirty-second street NE; Cyrus VanDeusen, 801 C avenue NW; each fined and costs. Streets for sforapre Michael Gardner. 3214 Sculler avenue SK; fined and costs. Interfering with traffic device Arlcnc Martin, 2719 Falcon drive NE; fincd and costs. Meter violation McGrath Pontiac; fined and costs. Driving wrong way on oneway street Evorctl Brown, 325 F avenue NW; fined and costs. Iowa Deaths Aril n K ton William r.ehivns, 74. Thursday at al SI. John's Lutheran church where the body will lie ill state after (i Tuesday. Glcim's. Delhi Mrs. Ulakc (Edith) Michcals, 54, LaCrosse, Wis., formerly of Delhi. Thursday a at Clifton's where friends mav call after 2 Weduesdav. nm-iiil: Evornri'iMi n-metiM-v, overnight 69 Tuesday p.m 'recipitation None rotal for September formal for September 3.97 formal thru September ..27.12 total for 1974 More Housing U A certified check and a deed changed hands late Tuesday morning, ending three years of delays, disappointments and problems in attempts lo provide subsidized housing for elderly persons. The check for was for Ihe balance of lhat Oak Hill Manor, Ltd., of Des Moines agreed to pay for the deed to two Hocks of Neighborhood Development Program (NDP) land. The land is bounded by Eleventh and Fifteenth streets and Twelfth and Fourteenth avenues SE. Oak Hill will build 96 apartment units on the property. Elderly and handicapped persons who meet federal low-income guidelines may rent the apartments. They will pay a portion of the rent, which averages based on their income and not lo exceed 25 percent of their income. FHA Share The rest of the rent 'will be supplied by the Federal Housing Administration The FHA has guaranteed the subsidies for al least 40 years, which means a commitment of nearly million. Barometer falling 30 lumidity at noon 93% Wind direction and velocity at p.m. S at 7 mph. Sun rises Wednesday, un sets, Year Ago Today High, 73; ow, 64; rainfall, none. Traveler's Forecast Wednesday Weather, Hi-Lo 3ismarck Cloudy ?hicfigo Cloudy "incinnati ..PICldy Cleveland PtCldy 3es Moines Tslnvrs 7D-57 Detroit Tslnvrs 78-61 ndianapolis .Tslnvrs 80-67 Citv PtCldy 87-65 iTilwaukee PtCldy itpls.-St. Paul Rain 74-54 5maha PtCldy 78-55 ,t. Louis PtCldy iloux Falls PtCldy 75 Coralville Lake 3o61 level Tuesday 683 Births St. tub's Sept. 9 To the families of olin "Ward. 1809 Gary avenue >IW, a daughter; Frank .Tanas-ak, 1707 Eleventh avenue SW, daughter; Charles Hamilton, 80 Windsor drive NE. a autfhter; Larry Johnson, 2345 avenue, Marion, a son; jarry Roman, 2925 Johnson venue NW, a son. Births Mercy Sept. S To the families of Jerry Wcndt, 759 Gateway trect NE. a daughter; Richard lichl, 833 Wellington slrcel 3E, a son. Adoption Mr. a nd Mrs. Joseph J. I'liompson, 2455 Fourteenth av-nue, Marion, a son, Aug. 23. Marriage Licenses Viola Ohlhauser and Leslie "ordc, Nancy Damcsch and 3ary Slrandberg, all of Cedar Rapids. Susan Mclvcr, Cedar lapids, and Jeffrey Fontana, Amana. Sherry Gibbs, lowlcy, and Jack Tiumalu, Fa-ologa, American Samoa. Pa-ricia O'Brien and Edward both of Marion. Cheryl )'Hara, Coggon, and Derral 3owor, Central City. Fires a.m. Monday. Stove lo rcasc at 719 H avenue NW. p.m. Monday. Fire in artll scraper cnsinc comparl-icnl at Thirty-third avenue id 1-380 SW. p.m. Monday. Mistaken arm at 311 Third avenue SE. p.m. Monday. Checked n smnke odor al 959 Oakland oad NE. p.m. Monday. Mistaken larm at 31 1 Third avenue SE. p.m. Monday. Defective ifrht ballast at 3607 First avn-itic SE. p.m. Monday. Un-nown to (rash at Daniels I'ark. Magistrate's Court Speeding MarAvlh-r, 1105 Fourteenth avenue Police Have Susped A 10-year-old Marion girl was admitted lo St. Luke's hospital early Monday night for treatment of stab wounds on the lead, chest and abdomen. Marion Police Chief Richard Cayler said details of the incident are sketchy since officers lad been unable lo question the by late Tuesday morning. However, Cayler did provide ihesc details. The girl was slabbed with a small-bladed knife shortly after 6 p.m. Monday. None of the wounds penetrated deeply. The ncidcnt happened in the southwest section of Ihe cily. Cayler said the girl left the of Ihe incident and wont o her home, at which lime her jarcnls called police. About 15: ninulcs had elapsed. There is a suspect, but Cayler declined lo release additional Ictails pending further inves-igntion. V00" flowers for all occasions! John E. Lapes 4 308 3rd Ave. SE 365-0511 Convonionf downtown lell someone ected to hold public meetings as part of the process of deter- mining what Ihe mosl urgent iceds of Ihcir area are. Two members of each of the 'our liaison committees will form, along with a chairman, a committee lo coordinate the findings of the quadrant liaison groups. The smaller committee work concurrently with an en- vironmental review committee to make recommendations to the mayor and cily council. A Lot of Time Canney stressed that the com mittee work will probably lafc a lol of lime, particularly be twecn the formation of tin committees and the end of th robably be about million each year. Prospective volunteers should call (he mayor's office, 398-5051. messages by Monday They were running against the pardon. Bar Opposition In Nixon's home stale, night, to 1 the house of delegates of the Cali- fornia bar voted 347 to 169 in favor of a resolution which said Ford's action "violates the prin- ciple that all persons stand equal before the law and presents a substantial threat that the confidence of our citi- zens in the American system of justice will be undermined." Two hours before the vote, Nixon's attorney announced that the former President planned to resign his bar membership in California and New York. Nixon decided some time ago that he would not practice law, said Los Angeles attorney Dean Butler, denying that Nixon made the move to avoid possible disbar- ment. Jaworski said of the pardon: "This is a matter that was de- cided upon by the President on his authority under the Constitu- ion. It was something I didn't larticipate in." Lacovara Quits But, one of his chief aides. (Continued from Page 1.) persons voted in that clec- ion. Nixon school reported the low- est turnout at p.m. Only 9 persons had cast ballots in that precinct. Voting was heaviest in the Grant Wood school precinct, where 118 persons had voted by p.m. "School elections are always said one election clerk, "but this seems a little bit slower." "No one seems to be very en- commented another clerk. The voting turnout was also described as light in the College Community school district. Polls in Cedar Rapids will remain open until 8 p.m. Tues- day. On Ballot iev. William Mt. Calvary. Conlan. Burial: (ttftlur Established in 1B83 bv Tho Gazette Co. nnri published ddllv nnd Sundav nl 500 Third nvc. SE. Cedar Ronlds, Iowa 52406. Ranids. lawa. Subscrlollon rotes bv carrier V5 cenls a. week. Bv mall: Nlohl Edition and Sundew A'Issues S3.75 a month, 139.00 a year: At- ternoon Editions nnd Sunday J Issues J3.8S o month, HO.OO n vear. Other stoics and U.S. territories a year. No Mall Sirhsrrlntlons In nrens ttovlno Gazelle carrier service. The Associated Press Is entitled exclusively lo the use lor renubllcallon ol nil the local news printed In Ihls news- paper as well at all AP news dispatches. On the ballot in Ihe Cedar Rapids Community school dis- ricl are the names of four per- sons running for two three-year terms on the school board. Rob- ert Barber. Norman Lipsky, Curran Rosscr, and Jan Zoii- neveld; five persons running for two-year vacancy, Howard Bcall, Mark Donahue, Mary Ann Knccra, Carl Lcdford, and Scott Olson, and one person run- ning for district treasurer, Wilmrr Koss. Also on the ballot are four public measures: the director district question, expanded use of the 2.5 mill levy, a half mill levy for recreation, and exten- sion of the three-quarter mill levy for Kirkwoott Community college. In Memory Of Our Father Mr. Marion H. "Bishop" Morrison We Be Closed Wednesday, September 1 1 at noon Barney's PainfS Wallpaper 1 II 'hilip Lacovara, submitted his resignation because he saic 'ord's pardon of Nixon "dis joses of the question" of the !ormer President's legal status. Lacovara's was the seconc resignation stemming from thi pardon. Ford's press secretary, J. F lerHorst, who quit on Sunday as a matter of conscience ant credibility, went back to wor on Monday for the Detroi News, where he will now be national columnist. Congressional reaction w; mixed. Senate Democrat! LeaderaMike Mansfield sugges ed that Jaworski disregard th pardon. The special proseculo "has an obligation to take ever action he sees fit in confoi mity with his oath of office am [hat should include any and al Mansfield said. Minority Whip Robert Griffin defended Ford's action, saying that health was among the most egitimate reasons for a presi- dential pardon. But there was no indication of any health problem for Nixon, vho was at the Palm Springs, Calif., desert resort estate ol U.S. Ambassador to Great Bri- ain Walter Annenherg. "Knew Charges" Senate Minority Leader Hugh jcott of Pennsylvania said Mon- lay that Ford knew the nature if the charges that were to be irought against Nixon. The public impression given ly reporters was that Ford 'was pardoning somebody with- iut knowing the nature of the Scott told a news con- ercncc. "That is not correct, and lope it finally surfaces. I sug- ;est you ask the special prose- ctor why it hasn't been sur- aced. "The ent." Conservative Sen. Buckley nd liberal Republican Sen. rooke both said Tuesday that ixon should have been rc- uired to admit guilt before he as pardoned. Buckley, of New York, said ic pardon was premature and rooke, of' Massachusetts, pre- cted it would hurt Republican andidates running for election lis year. Despite their divergent politi- al views, Buckley and Brooke ere among the first Republi- ans in congress who called on ixon to resign. Senator Ervin who eaded the senate Watergate ommittee, said the pardon only elped those who have been try- ng to cover up Nixon's involve- ment in Watergate. And Vice-president-designate elson Rockefeller called the ardon "an act of compassion nd courage." He said it will be undoubtedly controversial in ie short run, but promising in long run in that it will speed ie healing of our nation." Attorney General Saxbe said uesday he was not consulted Ford prior to the pardon ecision and said it came as a urprise to him. "I will say Ihis first that it as within the President's ower to do this and second, lat I feel he thoroughly consid- red it and did it as the best hing for the Saxbe added. Deny Ford Asked Nixon Confession As Pardon Deal NEW YORK New York Times says that during negotiations over President Nix- on's pardon White House law- yers unsuccessfully tried to per- suade Nixon to make a full statement on his role in Water- gate. Quoting what it described as a reliable source, the nevvspaper said Tuesday in a dispatch from San Clemenle, Calif., that "Mr. Vixon was asked by President Ford's lawyers to make what lie former President regarded as 'a public confession of crim- inal guilt.' He angrily refused, nd subsequent negotiations be- ween (he two camps caused a elay in reaching an agreement n the eventual pardon." However the newspaper re- orted lhat John Hushen, deputy Vhite House press secretary, aid in Washington Monday ight that the White House did ot seek a statement from ixon in conjunction with his ardon. The newspaper said the White louse wanted a full statement rom Nixon to satisfy congress nd allow Ford to grant the ardon without major criticism, "ixon reportedly joined the alks and refused. But the Times said a com- romise was reached last Satur- ay night after a series of tele- hone calls between Washington nd California. Nixon was al- twed to acknowledge he was trong without admitting to any riminal acts, the newspaper aid. President did know. ('ou'll have to pursue this. I'm ot going to tell you now, but lie President did know the spe- ifics involving the investigation f former President Nixon." To end the Watergate can- roversy, Nixon's "full role in SymfHtlhy i.s the. Itanium iriiril In icriir, any it U'illi flmeen PIERSON'S 1800 ELLIS BLVD. NW FLOWERPHONEM6-I826 YES NO Do you normally learn the facts and features of a product, before buying it? I I I Do you normally prefer a national brand product which has quality'features but sells at a sensible price? 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