Cedar Rapids Gazette, September 11, 1974, Page 6

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - September 11, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa NAIIONAl W«ATM«R SIRVlCt FORICAS1 to 7AM f&T 9 ~ \t ~ 7+ ?-> - ,    Thursday noon. Rosary will be Lizzie M. Thompson recited Thursday at 8 p m. 1 Lizzie M. Thompson, 85, of 1200 The family suggests donations Thirtieth street, Marion, was I Eighth street NW, a former resi- made b<> made to the general taken to St. Luke’s hospital j dent of Marion, died in a Cedar scholarship fund at the Univer- Wednesday after he was injured Rapids hospital Tuesday night sitY *ovva-I after a brief illness.    ’ Mrs. Thompson was born Mayi Minnie M. Feild 14, 1889. at Decorah and was a Minnie M. Feild, 87, 1308 He was reported in fair cond! member of the Methodist Twenty-first avenue SW, died in tion. church in Decorah.    a Cedar Rapids hospital The accident happened short Surviving are three daugh Wednesday morning after a ly before 11:46 a m. in the Mishap in New (<liar Rapi,l’i Ufl1" Sept- “■ 19,4 3A KCRG Building, ify// Nixon Statement Asked Man Hospitalized inherent in any trial of Mr. Nixon.” Buchen said Miller also informed the White House that Nixon would “never” enter a .'Continued from Page IJ Clifford F . Mineri 52, of 940 based on information which included the following: A memo from the Watergate in a construction accident at the prosecutor’s office listing IO plea of guilty and that the coun-new KCRG building, Second av- areas of illegality in which ^ replied “I believe so” to a enue and Fifth street SE.    Nixon could have been inves- clu^s^on whether Nixon would .    ..    enduro a full trial. Ford, he ,gale€ -    I    said, believed “Nixon should not The information that Nixon have to walk the plank ” would never admit guilt but; He said Ford never demanded tors, Katheryne Baburek, Cedar brief illness. She was born Aug. basement of the building, which u0ldd a ,n:l' *^at w,,u'd P°‘ a confession or admission from Rapids; Irene Hanson, Central 19, 1887, near Crestline, Ran. She is under construction.    lanze the nation;    Nixon, but instead, “as full a City ;ind Mae Chamberlain, u/ae ti ii>h«i/ah’c u/iinnee orJ r, uinrirmnn coia    The    information    from nrnse- dhlnmonf ac rvncciKI/v ** In WU SNOW PTThHOwm till WI AINU lOlOCAST $ v* •• Jr*, UL. AIR now City; and Mac Chamberlain, Cedar Rapids; 15 grandchildren; and 33 greatgrandchildren, and a sister, Amelia Thompson, Alburnett. Services: Methodist church in Decorah Saturday at 1:30 p.m. Burial: Canoe Methodist cemetery. Friends may call at the Rain is expected from the Ohio-Tennessee valley northeastward to northern New England, over the western Gulf coast, Florida and the northern and central Rockies into the eastern plains. Snow is expected in the higher elevations of the Rockies. was a Jehovah’s Witness and a Workmen said Miner was hit The information from prose- statement as possible.” In his graduate of Petersburg, 111., in the nose by a wrench used to cutor Peon Jaworski that trial statement, Nixon admitted highschool.    lower    a    paper loading device1 could take a year or more; (“mistakes and misjudgments,” Surviving are a son, Wilbur A. into a pit in the floor.    A    memorandum    from Nixon’s but no wrongdoing. Feild, Cedar Rapids; a sister. Raymond Mace, Iowa City, lawyers that the trial could    Cover-Up    Trial Mrs. John L. Cross, Oregon, a said he and Miner were lower- never be fair; grandson and three great-grand- ing the machine with the use of! And Buchen’s advice th-it ac- Rucben als0 sa‘d the suddenly children.    a chain and wrench when the cep!nn« of a pardon wouTbe^    °f,    '"W* Services: 3 p.m. Friday at wrench slipped out of Miner’s tacit admission of guilt    pardons should not interfere Baxter Memorial chapel Friday Turner chape! cast by one of grasp and struck him.    I    Rll    .    n    “    *hat{„ nn *ith the cover-uP trial Shafter 9:30 a.m. A memorial fund j-hovah’s Witnesses. Burial:    Miner    was    conscious, but th“W“ 6IS™ I'‘,ed    a‘a* in 20 days. has been established.    Linwood    cemetery.    Friends    may    bleeding    from    the    mouth    when    I    Buchen    declined    to    set    a    time- I can assure you the Pres- table for a final decision by the jcall at Tnrner eap.t. —Funds— (Continued from Page I.) 1958 and the Raymond L. Sickles Raymond Lawrence Sickles. 75, 301 G avenue NW, died Tuesday following a long illness. He was a retired employe of Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Co. Born Feb. 7, 1899, in Mason-Presidential Ville, he had been a resident of taken to the hospital. _ | idem did not make a deal with Preside nt. But he indicated r, f* I I r\‘    >    •    ,1/    I    }"r    ''    ,    l)ardon'”    said    Ford's    study may not be com- .e. Ii. behoof District Vote- I°.rd s,'Lm"'7aftplet,,d by ,he 5chcdulcdw d long time friend. I know him start of the trial of six former Roosevelt, Madison, Harrison we^- ’    aides    and associates of Nixon on and Ellis YMCA. Others votings    Depression?    charges    stemming    from    the Wa- against were Covington town; Buchen also replied «not that tergate cover-up. (Continued from Page I.) two-year spot on the board, receiving 2,511 votes and carrying The Weather High temperatures Tuesday, low tem peratures overnight and inches of precipitation: Anchorage    55 49.03    L. Angeles    83 67 Atlanta    86 67    Miami Bismarck    7* 42 .08    Min’apolis Chicago    82 70    N. Orleans    89 ti Denver    93 48    New York    84 66 Duluth    54 49.18    Phoenix    109 77 Honolulu    89 76    Seattle    70 48 Houston    90 76    Washington    83 69 .26 Extended Forecast — No rain b expected Friday through Sunday. Lows in the 40s. Highs in the low and mid 60s to lower 70s Saturday and Sunday. Magistrate s Court Transition Act of 1963. ,    *    hall,    Robins, city hall and Palo every precinct. She could not be ’    , ! Cedar Rapids for 29 years. He reached for comment Wednes- D(Teat the measure would Speeding 3623 F avenue The Transition Act provides a;and Grace Brown were married day morning. e^NW^ Charles I former President with up to    ^21,    at Manchester.    >— - Jj^Dyer, im E11U boTe^ardNW; I $450,000 for office, staff and!, JPX? J?SSJ? JS X vote story on page SD bi 63.02 Ro^cr Moister 'Vinton* onclrj    cjil-    iwu    iwuvi    l    emu, fined    $40 and costs. Howard    other benefits during his    first    Harold, and one daughter, Mrs    Scott Olson    ran second with Henson.    1536 D avenue NE;    six months out of office.    The    Jack Barnes, all of Cedar    ^ 139 votes,*    Mark Donahue 17251    D5    ^vcnu0oStSNFUenvSor    Former Presidents Act provides    RaP>ds; nine grandchildren and    came up with    m, Howard Beall two great-grandchildren, and    received 505,    and Carl Ledford two brothers, Mylo and Wilson | managed only 387 votes. Sickles, both of Manchester. C. R. Weather Tichy, 150 Thirty-first street NW; John Schmitt, 701 Tama street. Marion; Raymond Hou-deshell, 401 Mayberry drive NW; Kenneth Springer, Lake Forest, 111.; each fined $30 and High Tuesday ............... ™    costs. Dennis Heath, Springvil- Low overnight  .......... 66    ie; John Sasek, 2427 Fruitland Noon Wednesday ............ 77    boulevard SW; each fined $25 9 n rn W<v1np«f1*iv    79    and costs- Richard Adlins, 1955 Z p.m. weonesaav ........  ’    B avenue NE; Charles Barkes, Precipitation ..............None    Iowa City. jeffrey Foley, 3851 Total for September ....... 0.52    Tomahawk trail SE; Brad Normal for September .....3.97    Beasmore, route one, Marion; Normal thru September    V 12    Kathleen Kramer, 291 Wiley Normal thru septemoer    ...-liz    boulevard NW; Timolhy Hein, Total for 1974    38.35 1725 D avenue NE; Victor Lopez, 176 Cherry Hill road for a pension, to begin immedi Twenty-ninth street NE; Jerry' ately after a President leaves office, plus up to $96,000 for staff salaries and “suitable office space, appropriately equipped” to begin at the end of the transition period. A justice department memorandum prepared at Sampson’s request indicates that Nixon is not eligible for full benefits under both laws at the same time In that memo, Acting Assis- Services: Turner chapel west at a time to be announced. Friends may call at chapel west. 53 Percent not have meant a reduction in taxes until 1981, school officials pointed out, since present authority to levy the tax runs until then. I know of” to a reporter’s ques-j Buchen rejected a reporter’s tion about whether Ford was suggestion that disclosure of the influenced by reports that Nixon pardon study intruded on the had been depressed since he judicial process and threatened had left the White House.    the defendants’ right to a fair In addition to the Watergate tria^-cover-up, the memo by assistant “I don t think so,” he said, Passage of the measure per- prosecutor Henry Ruth listed a because it is well known that a mits the school district to use    series    of areas    which had a pos-1    President can pardon anyone at funds from the 2.5 mill levy for    sible    “direct    connection” to    any time, new purposes now allowed by Nixon.    j Consideration of pardons for Iowa law. These include pur-;    Tb    included his tax deduc-    the cover-up defendants is “not chase construction or repair of    t j 0 n s for    vice-presidential    a unique situation,” he said. The plan for electing future'schoolhouses and other build-! -presidential White House aide Carl W. Buis Turner board members from geographers, purchase of equipment,^.*;    statemrat    thai ical districts received 53 percent and other uses.    ?    *.tateme"1    inal approval with 2.540 persons fa-    measllro    authorizes the .    5    justice    on    i    ixon    s voring the measure'and 2.240    ^^Jordera; nation.! secant, we- i    «    t    opposing It. It needed approval Vpar« ut’ j J ,ra from more than 50 percent of avenue SE, died Wednesday in a tbe vcdcrs jn order pass Cedar Rapids hospital. He was    . - 1 Under the plan, four school 10 taps; the attempted tax auditing of administration “enemies”; No Tax Hike    the promise of campaign con- It does not mean an increase tributions from dairy organize Judge John Sirica Wednesday refused a request from defendant H. R. Haldeman to delay further the cover-up trial. At the request of the federal appeals court, Sirica already had postponed the start of the trial three weeks. 910 Keys court, Marion; Lance Barometer, falling .........29.82 j Moreland, 1717 Fourteenth av- ........... ....... ..... Humidity ut noun    «%    '“<*>    Lawton    said:'“It    is    our    concio-    ceived    his    pharmaceutical    An‘S«m    in the entire Wind direction and velocity at pospisiI 3811 B avenue NE:|Sion that former Presidentitification in 1909, and owned and:S(dl00i djstrict will still be able nc born March 21, 1888, at Tripoli, im.mberPs ^ „,Led in taxes since the 2.5 milk were tions and its relationship to an a lawyer for former Attorney IV3!    ,    os    residents    of    four    geograph-    being levied already for pu, ;jncrease in milk pnce suppm^, Gene,,,! MUcheii, Halo Ca- , A registered pharmacist in,nTar district"s and ThreeTthers!P°ses allowed by Iowa law until the challenge to the Washingtonjcheris, said such wide-scale par-^82 Moreland, 1717    1    tant    Attorney    General    Mary    Iowa    for    over    50    years,    he    re-    will    be    elected    re    gardless    of    res-    was    changed    by    the    last    ses-    P°st    s ownership of two televi- dons are onjy fajr and eq. 2 p.m. S at 12 mph. j... i...... Sun rises Thursday, 6:43; sun Sets. 7:22. sion of the legislature.    s    i    o    n    stations; and (hades unable thing to do in light of the A proposed half-mill levy forj“Beb€ Rebozo’s use of cam- pardon already given” to Nixon, recreation purposes was defeat- paign contributions for Nixon’s But former white House aide John Ehrlichman, a defendant Saturated” in the cover-up trial, would not Year Ag# Today - High. 73; R^^'MnTc'r"5''rout?1'three iS,aff' of,ice and other benefits | in Cedar Rapids where he had    ^    ^    I    ai.    The measure needed approv-l    Herbert    Mill-    say    ,latly    whe!her    be    would Below, 59; rainfall, none.    ;    S    Rapid"’    fiS    $25    and    (of    the    Presidential    Transition    lived    the    last    27    years.    anfl    w’lnom    regard    ,0    resl    al    by more than 50 percent oft pN«“ * 1inept or reject a pardon. David Nunemaker, 1627 Texas Nixon immediately qualifies for(operated drug stores in Tripoli lo VQte jor ajj    members. avenue NE; each fined $20 and a pension (under the Former)and Strawberry Point for many    .    hnnrH    ec^    ^    votes    ~ yes and benefit. C"l)river’s .(cense violation - f?e,!ide?.‘s    'J°.rJ!laIP"'.    members    are    all    elected    at-    «    lucent approv- Nation Traveler’s Forecast Thursday costs. David Turner. 617 Ninth avenue SE: fined $15 and costs. Bob Miller, 2420 Otis road SE; Weather. Hi-Lol fined $10 and costs. Bismarck ....... Clrng 54-32    Intoxication — Bernard Chicago  PtCldy    74-51    Gorsch, 1093 Eleventh street, Cincinnati.......Tshwrs    80-60    Marion; fined $50 and costs. Cleveland.......Tshwrs    76-56    Ronaid Butterbaugh, 800 Sixth Des Moines  PtCldy    60-43    street SW; fined $20 and costs. Detroit    Shwrs 78-55; Traffi<> sjjfna|    — the voters in order to pass. er. issued his own memorandum, which contended that the “The problem is that Period Extended rhsmhprTf rnmmerrp 'and a^Voters »n the Covington precinct J°t,ason’ cUasJ’,mgtoa’ Ga5.flcld' hood of prejudice that the ab- established finally.*’ i b    ,    I «- *- —Arthur, Franklin, Coe, F.isen- or due process would be Prosecutors voiced dismay at Milwaukee .....•    PtCldy    70-49 Mpls.-St. Paul ..PtCldy    62-39 Omaha ............Rain    64-45 St. Louis •  ..... Rain    68-53 Sioux Falls  PtCldy    62-37 Mississippi Stages (Flood stases in brackets) Lacrosse (12) 5.1, fall .1 Lansing (18) 8.5, fall .1 Dam 9 McGregor Guttenberg Dubuque (17) missing Davenport 15 4.2, rise .1 Keokuk (16) 2.8. fall .7 The Nixon proposal, however, member 0f st. Paul’s United SP^ everdy« 9 yes and 9 no- extend the transition Methodist church. rn h -g 7«-SRi *««*«*■»    —I would extend uie irai Kansas City    Rain    75-52    °^d gW b’E?i7.aLt?UMinor. period from six months t0 more| Surviving are his wife, Elsie; 3101 Sixth street SW; Thomas ^an IO months, ending on June a daughter, Joyce Snider, Sims- 30, 1975. the end of the currently    .    a son^ charles, fiscal year. At the same time, Freehold, N.J.; a brother, Her-Nixon would be receiving. man, Tripoli, and three grand-$400,000 in pension, staff sa-1 children. lanes and other benefits under, services:    noon    Friday at Anderson, 816 Fifteenth avenue SW: each fined $15 and costs. Fighting — Kenneth Robertson. 318 Eighth street SE; fined $25 and costs. Faulty equipment — Sharon Anderson. 400 B avenue NW;| The measure received the widest favorable margin in the, .. .    , Coolidge precinct, where ,tLwld„e„st marSln of suPP°rt passed 80 to 37. Twenty-seven precincts op-Supporting    p^d    the    half    min Includcd hower, Kennedy and Pierce. Garfield voters gave it the 74 to 20. C. R. Cycle Crash Claims Second Life the White House disclosure, as did dozens of members of (congress. “Pardoning all those connect-jed with Watergate would com- .VV „    „„    the    Former    President*    Act    Turner    chapel    east    by Dr. Ar-!*"* ^an!i W,so?i VaniBuren, Kelly Yeisley, 4308 Shermon A GSA spokesman cited *be no](t nerbst. Burial; Strawberry ^ . Hayes- “ J A motorcycle accident in jplete the cover-up of the cover- West-side    precincts    supporting j    were west-side precincts Grant,    Cedar Rapids Sunday afternoon    I up,” objected Senate Democrat- the    director    district    question    Wilson, Van    Buren, Coolidge,    c I a i m e d its second    victim    ic Whip Robert    Byrd of    West Lincoln,    Hayes, Riverside    Wednesday.    Virginia. Roundhouse,    Cleveland, Roose-    Cary G. Summers, 29,    of 3330 Senator Ervin    (D-N.C.)    who Schmitt, 701 Tama street, I benefits of both acts and point Marion; fined $15 and costs. j ing out that he extended his One-way street violation -- transition period from six Cedar a, C.R. (.3. 3.42. fail ^SW^feoTnd IT* months to 17 months. .1)3 Coralville Lake Boo) Level Wednesday 683.54 Births — St. Luke's Sept. IO — To the families of Iowa Deaths Marengo — Mrs. Tom Elwood, 63. Friday at IO at St. Patrick’s Catholic church. Ro-arv Thursday at 8 at Hoover- vice. The family suggests that | were Monroe. Erskine, John friends may, if they    wish, con-|Son’ Squaw    Creek,    Arthur, tribute to St Paul s United'Adams- Coe. Eisenhower, Hard-Methodist church    memorialN- Kennedy    Pierce Nixon But GSA    documents    show    he    fund or shiners Crippled Chil- Hiawatha and    Robins. City hall received    only    his    pension    and    (jren*s hospital    ulso supported    it. Transition Act funds that 17-!    ‘      The    measure failed in West mont period and didn’t begin getting staff and office money Mrs. Tom Elwood Alice J. Elwood, 63, wife of Ken L. Vanous, 1200 Belmont Valentine’s where friends may i under the F’ormer Presidents parkway NW. a daughter: WH- call after noon Thursday.1 Act until the transition ended. ;Toni Elwood, a former Ledar ham Lange, 394 Thirtv-fourth Graveside services Friday at I    Rapids    resident,    died    Tuesday Street SE. a a Friedrir at M? Calvary cemetery, Cc-    Johnson    Average Schepp, Marengo, a daughter; dar Rapids. Dennis Lamar, Central City, a Marengo — David A. McLcn-! side precincts Lincoln, Riverside Roundhouse and Palo. It also failed in east-side precincts der took to steal from the American people their right to a Births — Mercy son.    i nan, 96, of Indianola. Hoover- Valentine’s. —    ,    ...    .    Kalona — Catherine Viola Sept IO — To the families of Walker. 69. Saturday at IO at Tim Waggoner, Walford, a son: j Holy Trinity Catholic church, George Willard. . 700 Thirty- j Richmond. Rosary at 3 and 7:30 fifth street, Marion, a daughter, p.m. Friday at Peterseim’s, Ka-. Marriage Licenses ^ Memorial fund estab- Diane Richey and Sidney Ar-j Holbrook — Mamie L. Welsh, wold, Shirley Howland and Ste- 80. Thursday at IO at St. Mi-yen Corneilius, Cheryl Hun-jchaers Catholic church. Rosary nicutt and Morlvn Danskin, Wednesday at 8 at McSwiggen-Patsy Fisher and Neal Krumb- Uhlmann’s, Williamsburg. Lolz, Deborah Barcus and Tipton — Elizabeth Bar-Robin Glover, all of Cedar: roughs, 88. Friday at 1:30 at Ra p i d s . Norecn Sessions,! Sheets and Sons. Helping Hand Marion, and Michael Harrison.; Rebekah service follows. Visi-Cedar Rapids.    tation after 9 Thursday. Marriages Dissolved * Mary E. and James E. Zoll. Larry J. and Monica J. Brooks. Mabel Marce and John Charles! Strawn. Janice L. and Ivan E. Pilcher. All Saints, Grant Wood, Jane, .    \ r r -..... ,    •*    i T Bovd. Immaculate Conception, believed the close vote on the JLory u. at University hospitals, Iowa washington Polk Garfield^-5 may have indicated ai bom May Calculations based on the GSA I City.    Franklin and Kenwood.    !    reaction    to inflation, figures show that Johnson re- Mrs. Elwood was born Jan ceived an average of about 25. 1911 in Cedar Rapids. She $31,000 a month during the transition period and about $17,000 a month after that. This compares with $85,000 a month Nixon has been a resident of Marengo since 1950. She attended Elm Grove school, Cedar Rapids, and graduated from Immaculate would receive during his first IO Conception high school. Cedar months and $33,000 a month Rapids, after that if his    level of    spend-    She was married to Tom Sling    under the    F’ormer    Pres-    wood on Aug. 30. 1945, in Cedar idents Act remained stable. Rapids. She was a member of  —  ...........-.—    St. Patrick’s Catholic church. Memorial    Services    Marengo and was a past pres- !    ident of the Altar and Rosary so. —Shock— (Continued from Page I.) Squires is building Petition for Bankruptcy where squires is house. In the Mechanicsville area, William Woods, 49, was using an Rrpstirn. William C. — I Thursday at 9:30 at Stewart funeral home by the Rev. Ar-j thur Kleve of St. Matthew’s church. Burial: Sacred Heart I cemetery, Monticello. No visitation. limby, William C. .I ciety of the church. She was a past member of the Democratic central committee and was active in political work. The widest negative margin “I think the vote reflects the Jon J. Gabriel, 1300 Oak- aluminum ladder to pick apples lam! road NE. Debts: $5,135.85.' from a tree on his farm. Assets:    $1,375, with a" Claimed as exempt. Survivors in addition to her j hur, Thursday at 10:30 at    Turner■    husband include    three    daugh-(Kennedy, Pierce and    Eisenhov* chapel east by the Rev.    James    ters, Mrs. Jane    Femal. Chica-    (T Lan*e. Burial: Linwood    come-    K0. shery) and    Sara,    both of    Precincts opposing    (he tax ex-110" on wneiner lo Marengo; one brother,    Donald    pansion included IO east-side I    J    _„tecre    ^1 Colgan, Cedar Rapids; two sisters, Dorothy Cummins, Cedar Rapids, and Margaret may call at tory. Friends Turner cast. Shay, Clarence M. — Thursday at 2 at Zion Lutheran The ladder came into contact)church. Oelwein, by Dr. George against the measure were All (University hospitals in Iowa, that he could possibly make Saints, Monroe, Jane Boyd, Im-jCity early Wednesday.    isuch    a mockery of the principle maculate Conception, Squaw j Killed Sunday in the accident    I of    equal    justice    under    law by Creek, Polk, Adams, Harding, ;was Helen Woods. 29, of 1700    pardoning    these    men    who un- Kenwood, Nixon, Hiawatha and B($ver avenue SE. Mr. Sum* Kenwood.    jmers’ death brings to 13 the Others were city hall, Coving- number of people killed in traf-Tree election.. ton, Palo, and    Robins.    fie accidents on Cedar    Rapids) House Speaker Carl Albert of Inflation    Reaction    streets in 1974.    Oklahoma said such    pardons ,,,    ***    I would “be viewed as an abuse Supt. Craig    Currie said    he _    _ Sumners 29 was    of presidential    power.” 2, 1945, ’ at    Halls, “Where would he    stop?” Tenn. F'ormerly of Urbana, he | ^keci Albert. “Would    it mean had lived in Cedar Rapids forT^a* all politicans in trouble on the issue was recorded in mood of our times, including the|^e    WaS    aniW0U^    ^ Parc*onc<* Grant Wood precinct, with 1451 high rate of inflation. Some emPl0>e at Collins Radio, yes votes and 225    no    votes.    j voters may have misunderstood Surviving are his mother, r'lrriod hv    55    Vat**    The 2.5 mill and thought it was a Betty Hager, Missouri; his fa- tarriid    new tax,” he said.    ther,    William G. Sumners, ......................... The referendum on expanded    Currie also pointed    out that    Cuba, Mo.; two daughters, Kim-    impeachment inquiry, said, “In- uses of the present 2.5 null levy    th0 djrcct()r J~.trict    question    berly Sue and Katrina Marie.    stead of closing the on Wa. for construction carried by a    d . abmJt the same maf.    both of Cedar Rapids; five    tergate really what it does mere    55    votes    -    2.4(H)    yes    and . as the    yote    Jast fa„ asking sisters, Mrs. Joe Darnell, Shir-    adonin this nation to a    history 2.345    no,    a    a1 percent    approval.    (hat sQme    q{ director    dis.|ley Dodd and Mrs. Lemar    of specuiation    that is far    more The measure needed u simple trfctg ^ u The mt,asurc Hager, all of Steele, Mo.; Mrs. devisive than a search for the majority to pass.    passed bv about'200 votes last Earl Proctor’ Cedar RaPids;|truth.” Voting in favor of the    mea-    Ruth Ann Dougherty, Torrence,) senator Mondale tD-Minn.) sure were three west-side    pre-/    Calif.; and a brother, Jerry said he wiU introduce a consti- cincts, Coolidge, Hoover, and 1 imnK 1 *• Id,t / /> aircc‘ Sumners, Steele, Mo.    itutional amendment allowing Tiff 'inn 19 Aniit siHo nrnrinrfs Tor districts are still a Con-    0    >    1T_    IluuolMl oiiitrnuiucm auuwuig Tatt. and 12 east side precincts,    ... .    . ..    ind f    Sen ices. Thursday at 2 at Lr-    congress to overturn future pre- Erskine, Grant Wood, Johnson. Trouped lSMie in the    mmds of    bana christian church. Burial:    sidential pardons by a two- Washington. Squaw Creek,    Art-    many citizens, he    said.    Urbana Memorial cemetery.'thirds vote 0f both houses. He I Frttklin, Adams, Coe. |    Second    Try?    Friends may call at Murdoch also called for serious consider- Although Currie    said a deci-    chape! in Center Point after 7;ation in congress of re-opening sion on whether to submit    the    p m. Wednesday. The casket qhe impeachment proceedings ow    to    wil1 not be opened at any time. I against Nixon, pansion included lo east-side  .......    *    • precincts. All Saints. Monroe. >oters aRa,n ls ^ 10 the t,oard' Rapped by Mezvinsky Rep. Mezvinsky (D-Iowa) a member of the house judiciary committee that conducted the he said the close vote indicates Jane Bovd < ’ommui it\ Housi . . Immaculate Conception, Polk. u m,^’ht Pass on a!ccond tr>- Vernon^ L. Reiner, Marengo.)wdb    Power line and Woods I ^;rniatH° striko lTu tiler wSt Ramson- Milwaukee;    and one | Garfield, Harding.' Kenwood. Also elected Tuesday was ebt^ $4,762 82. Assets: $650, j was knocked, unconscious, to| vviV^ cHa^ of l0cal arrange- granddaughter. with all claimed as ... _rge ' tVy ih rw.w 'whit*1 I the ground.    meats.    Friends    may    call at [ Services at 10 a.m. Friday at tow Waveland drive NW A ncighbor was 0,1 the ^onej Brant funeral# home in Oelwein)SL Patrick’s Catholic church,! Debts:    $11.800.74. Assets: and pounded Woods on the c $1,400, with $100 claimed as to restore his breathing. exempt.    Both    victims were hospital- Fires    ized, Squires in gold condition 6:34 a rn. Wednesday. Flush at an Oelwein hospital, and rear oI 412 Ninth. woods in a Cedar Rapids hospi-al being treated for second and hest! after 5 p.m. Wednesday. <ro*MsJ3S;[coi»ciL< 311^ •*k‘ Marengo. Graveside services will bt1 at I p.m. Friday at Mt. Calvary cemetery. Cedar Rapids. Friends may call at Hoover-Valent im* funeral home after Nixon and    Hiawatha.    Wilmer Ross, running unop- .    . .    posed for school district treasur- Against    t>r He received 4.084 votes in Eleven    west-side precincts his bid for the two-year term. & Light Up Someone s % day with Flowers ^ PIERSON S nZ I 800 HIU Blvd. NW FLOWIRPHONI 366-1826 Flowers Always Show You Care from . . . 4 Seasons'-; 1021 Mt. Honwit Rd.    J83-S88S voted against the measure. They were Grant, Wilson, Van Buren, Lincoln, Hayes, Riverside Roundhouse, Cleveland, Unofficial returns showed 5.587 persons voted in Tuesday’s election, short of the 6.383 persons who turned out last year. avenue SW. 7:43 a rn. Wednesday. Alr-«* vac ut airport. ; third degree burns. BROSH CHAPEL ( edar Rapids ’ Ih'volrtl lo I’nlilii' Service " Inquire About Our I*re-arranged Service* Solon Since HHH) flowers for all occasions JOHN E. 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