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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - September 13, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Chance of rain Friday night over parts of the southern Plains, -from the eastern Gulf into the southern and middle Atlantic states. Mostly fair elsewhere. The Weather Miami ____ Min'auo... ____. ______ ..7154 .57 N. Orleans 8974 Denver ..4S37 New York 8671 Dulult) ...4238 .IB Phoenix ..10178 Honolulu .8673 .10 Seattle ...76 50 Houston ..80 73 1.06 Washington 9171 Extended forecast Sunny and mild Sunday. Partly cloudy Monday and Tuesday. Lows in 40s. Highs in 70s Sunday and Monday and 60s by Tuesday. C. R. Weather High Thursday ...............6C Low overnight.............'. Noon Friday .................58 2 p.m. Friday Precipitation ..............None Total for September ........1.02 Normal for September .....3.97 Normal through Selpember 27.12 Total for 1974 ..............38.85 Barometer, rising .........30.24 Humidity at noon .........61% Wind direction and velocity at 2 p.m. NW 'at 15 mph. Sun rises Saturday, sun sets, Year Ago Today High, 65 low, 58; rainfall, none. Traveler's Forecast Saturday Weather, Hi-Lo Bismarck .........Fair 72-43 Chicago ...........Fair 06-53 Cincinnati Cleveland Des Moines .Fair 70-50 Fair 65-47 .Fair G9-4G Detroit..........riCldy C3-4G Indianapolis........Fair 69-47 Kansas City .PtCldy 67-54 Milwaukee ......PtCldy 65-50 Mpls.-St. Paul ...PtCldy 68-45 Omaha ............Fair 72-45 St. Louis ........PtCldy 68-52 Sioux Falls ........Fair 72-47 Coralville Lake Pool level Friday ......683.55 Mississippi Stages (Flood slaves in LaCrosse no change Lansing (18) 8.2, fall. I Dam 3 (18) 13.2, rise .1 McGregor (18) 7.1, no change Gultenberg (15) 4.4, fall .1 Dubuque (17) 7.7, fall .2. Davenport (15) 5.2, rise .5 Keokuk (10) 3.1, rise Cedar :il C.H. (13) 3.4C, rise .04 Births St. Luke's Sept. 11 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Doubck, 3000 .1 street SW, Apt. 805, a son. Sept. 12 To the families of Tim Mcl.iuid, 325 Fourteenth street NE, a son; Randolph VoR-ct, 4420 Bowling street SW, a daughter; Wendell Recce, route 1. Marion, a daughter; Steven ERCI-, 700 Sixth street SW, a son; Garry IVilhelnti, Center Point, a .-.-on. Births Mercy Sept. 12 To the families o( Myrl Schullc, Amana, a son; Jerry 806 Twelfth street NE, a son. Out of Town Births Larry Chapman, 1028 Ellis boulevard NW; Michael Cham- berlin, Olin; Donald Schrack, Kalona; Jerry Hankins, Ml. Pleasant; Kenneth Bontty, Nor- way; Phillip Baldwin, Manchester; Ronald Sherwood, 824 Pawnee drive NW; David K u r t h Riverside; Donald Henlger, 2050 Glass road NE; Karen Fins, 1635 B avenue NE; Gregg Gatens, 3920 Sher- man street NE; Steven Prevo, 903 Thirty-eighth street SE; each fined and costs. Dick Kimm, Blairstown; Gary Trc- win, Oelwein; Edward Alberts, 516 Tenth' street SE; Rodney Heinholdt, route three, Cedar Kapids; Jack Burnell, Central City; Arthur Johnson, Walker; Orvie McCright, Coggon; each fined and costs. Traffic signal violation Paul Harll, Alburnett; Richard Gerlach, 2931 Sixth street SW; Michael Zimmerman, 267 Thirty-fourth street drive SE; each fnicct and costs. Overload Dennis Edgerly, Central City; fined and costs. Vaudon Williams, 2621 Johnson avenue NW; fined and costs. Registration violation Vaudon Williams, 2621 Johnson avenue NW; fined and costs. Dennis Hall, 1301 Third street SW; fined and costs. Driver's liccnso violation Michael Sykora, 1425 N street SW; Reed McGregor, Hia- watha; each fined and costs. Lila Barker, 5632 Ver- mont street SW; Michael An- derson, 1033 Oakland road NE; each fined and costs. Intoxication Ernest Moo- 2911 Gateway Gardens SW; Rodney .loslin, Wendy Oaks trailer court; each fined and costs. Faulty eaiiipnvcnt James Dine, Shellsburg; Willie Hodges, 205 Park court SE; John Evans, 1801 Western drive SW; Julie Sail, 414 Fourteenth street SE; each fined and costs. Meier violation Marvin Gish, Davenport; fined ?30 and costs. Violation Ruth Buckles, 309 Thirty-sec- ond street. NE; fined and cosl.s. Accident, damage to vehicle John Kroiri, 1265 Thirty- third street SE; fined and costs. Fislitinc- Gene Clark, 320 I avenue NW; fined and costs. Prohibited parking Harry Hittie, 1624 Fourth avenue SE; fined and costs. Iowa Deaths WiHikoii Florence Ro- minger, 88. Saturday at 10 at First Presbyterian church. Visi- tation after 2 Friday. Martin Brothers'. Tama Mrs. John Morgan, 55, of Ihe Mcsquakie Inriinn Settlement. Graveside services Friday at 3, Mcsquakie ccmc- .cry. Mason-Hand's. Monona Mclvin Smith, 65. Saturday at Volncy Vlelhodist church. Visitalion 4- 9 Friday Schiiltz'. Tinton Ahner A. Pctersen, 72. Sunday at 2. Visitation after 9 Saturday at Sheets and Sons'. Ida Dietrich, 86. DEATHS (Continued from Page U so as to assure that public opin: ion will accept this view Proxmire Plan Senator Proxmire (D-Wis.) Friday proposed a constitutional amendment to prohibit a Pres- ident from granting a pardon unless a person has been con- victed and sentenced in a court of law. "President Ford's pardon of Richard Nixon may meet the letter of the Constitution but it clearly violates its Proxmire said. "Tile power of the President to pardon should extend to prov- en violations of the law, not to every illegal act that an individ- ual man might conceivably have committed during his period in public office." Proxmire said his amendment would "preserve the essential right of our legal system to try citizens for their misdeeds, ycl it would preserve the power of the President lo forgive offenses in a spirit of charily and com- passion." Robert Stebrifz Robert Stebritz, 00, formerly of Cedar Rapids, died Thursday in Veterans hopsital, Denver, Colo. Born March 27, lie was employed as a systems analyst with the Collins Radio Co. in Cedar Rapids, before moving to Colorado. He is survived by his mother, Rose Stebrilz, Algona; three sons, Michael, Arlington, Texas; Robert and Patrick, Denver, Colo.; two daughters, Mrs. Guy Reynold, Laughton, Okla.; Cathy Stebritz, Denver, Colo.; four sisters, Mrs. Hoberf Han- son, Cedar Rapids; Mrs. Rich- ard Wilhelmi, Rock Falls, 111.; Mrs. Jerome Klcpper, Emmets- burg; Mrs. Marlyn Kirsch, St. Louis, Mo., and two grand- children. Services: Monday at 11 at St. Cecelia's Catholic church, Al- gona. Burial: Calvary cemetery with graveside riles by the American Legion, VFW and na- tional guard. Special services Sunday at p.m. by the Catholic Daughters of America. Rosary Sunday at 8 and scrip- ture service al at Wilson fu- neral home, Algona, where friends may call after 2 p.m [Saturday. Postal Annex Move Studied C o d a r Kapids postmaster Charles Soda said Friday that a study is underway to explore the possibility of moving the postal annex in the Federal building to a location across the street. Tenants in the building arc being asked to provide informa- tion about the nature of service they would require if the postal sub-station were moved into the building on the southeast corner of First avenue and First street. Seda emphasized, however, that nothing has been decided and that it will be months be- fore a decision is reached. "We're studying to see if the costs would be reduced. We re- ally have no idea now." Presently, the postal service rents space in the Federal build- ing from the (lencral Services Administration. At Spirit Lake Mr. and Sunday at 2, McAninich's, Vic- Mrs. Ron Martin, a son Sept. 5 Martin is the son of Van Mar- tin, 2860 Thirteenth avenue SE, and LaVclle Martin, Iowa City. Mrs. Martin is the daughter of Mr. and Richard Long. 3010 Center Point road NE. Marriaqe Licenses Carol I.aKose and Rickey KcIloKK. Sheila Holland Ricky Lyons, mid nf Cedar Rapids. Rosaline Martin, Cedar Ha p i cl ml William Al- tenliofen. .Marion. Cindy Gin- Iher and Kevin Mollwinkle, both of Marlon. Debbie flartels tor. Mt. Vmion Leo A. Thoni- scn. 46. Monday al. the IVlcthodi.st church. Visitation after 2 Sunday at Morgan's. Cnrket will closed. Memorial fund established. j Vintnn Horace G. Shau', 111. Monday at 2 at White- Phillip's. Burial: IJig Grove cemetery, Garrison. Memorial fund established. Luxembourg John M. Welter, 88, formerly of Luxem- bourg. Saturday al at Holy Trinity Catholic church. Visitation after .1.0.1 'ires Thursday. Friday Dyersvillc. P a v i ''riday at Professor from Harvard Named To Ford's Staff WASHINGTON (At5) Presi- dent. Ford added a Harvard pro- fessor (o his While House legal Staff Thursday and elevated a one-time law partner to cabinet rank. Acting press secretary John Hushen said Phillip Areeda, a Harvard professor since 18 will become counsel to the Pres- ident on Oct. 14, serving until then as a part-time consultant. Philip Buclien, the former law partner who holds the title of counsel to the President, was given cabinet rank by Ford. Hushen said Buchen, who play- ed a major role in events lead- ing to Uie pardon for former President Nixon, will continue to report directly to Ford, while Arccda will report to the Presi- dent 'through Buchen. Areeda is described as an ex- per on anli-lrusl law, but Hushen said this wasn't the reason for the appointment. He ;aid Areeda will be "a prime assistant to Mr. Buchen in all areas." Areeda. 44, was an assistant special counsel to President Eisenhower and in lilliO served as executive director of line cabinet task force on oil import control. Ford also named holdover While House aide William Ba- roody, as a presidential assistant and placed him in charge of a new Office of Public Liaison. Mrs. George Binger Frances Mae Binger, 78, of 310 Fifth avenue SE, a Cedar Rapids resident for the last six years and widow of George Binger, died al the home of her son, Richard. Friday. Born May 5, 1896, at Nashua, she was married March 8, 1919, al Dubuque. Mrs. Binger was a member of the First Church of Christ, Scientist and the Pythian Sisters. Surviving is another son, For- rest. Cedar Rapids; eight great- grandchildren, grandchild, four brothers, and two sisters. Services: Hage funeral home at Charles City. Turner chapel cast was in charge of local ar- rangements. Memorial Services ISreucr, Fred Henry Sat- urday at p.m. at Turner chapel west by the Very Hev. Canon D. A. Lofcrski. Burial: Li n w o o d cemetery. Friends may call at Turner west. .Tarosh, Mrs. Charles Saturday in St. Wcn- ccslaus Catholic church by the Rev. Clarence Gratia. Rosary: Parish and Cadets of St. George branch of tliu Catholic Work- man, p.m. Friday, in the K u b a funeral home cast. Burial: St. John's. Johnson, Chester S. Pri- vate services Saturday by the Ticv. Alvon Nelson. Burial: C e d a r Memorial cemetery. Friends may call at Turner cast until 0 p.m. Friday. Reports World Inflation Easing, U.S. Still Hurt PARIS The rate of inflation appears to be easing slightly on the average for in- dustrial nations, but the U.S. was among those continuing to show an increase, the Organiza- tion for Economic Cooperation and Development reported Fri- day. The OECD said the average inflation rate hit a record 13.3 percent for the year ended July 31 but dropped back to 12 per- cent on an annual basis for the three months ending with July. Pressure on prices continues, the 24-member state organiza- tion reported. The 13.3 percent yearly rate compares with 7.7 percent in 1973, 4.7 percent in 1972 and an annual average of 3.7 percent during the period 1961-71. The highest inflation rate for the 12 months ending in July was 43.8 percent in Iceland. Greece followed with 31.8 per- cent, with Turkey and Portugal showing 25.9 percent and Japan 25.2 percent. The figures Trial Slated In Aggravated Burglary Case Terry Kayc Dye, 18, accused if aggravated burglary, robbery with aggravation, and carrying concealed weapon, pled in- iccenl to all three charges in Jnn district court Friday morn- ng. Judge Robert Osmundson set i p.m. Oct. 10 as the time for a pre-trial hearing on the admis- sabilily of evidence, including statements and a search made at the time of Dye's arrest. Dye is accused of aggravated >urglary in the June 12 incident at the home of Donald Hladky, 71, of 3218 Bever avenue SE, in which was stolen. Hladky and his 69-year-old vife Selma were beaten during .he burglary. Trial in thai case is sel for Oct. 21. The robbery with aggravation charge against Dye alleges he robbed the PDQ store, 225 Edge- .vood road NW, al gunpoint on July 18. That trial is set for Oct. The concealed weapon charge :oncerns a .22 caliber pellet pis- ol allegedly in Dye's possession on Aug. 2. Dye is being held in Hie Linn counly jail on bond. Search Warrant Hearings Yield No Objections No objections were made by defense attorneys at hearings involving forfeiture of items ob- tained through search warrants executed against the homes and a car of three youths accused of murdering a 61-year-old man. Defense atlqrneys did not ap- :ear at the hearings held Fri- day morning in Linn district court, and Judge August Hon- sell, jr., ruled there was no reason why the items seized should not be held by the slate. The items seized can be used in evidence against Eddie Ayers 23, of 1116 Twelfth avenue SE, vclly Johnson, 16, of Hie same address, and Steven L. Wash- ington, Hi, of 9117 Fourteenth av- for other coun- tries were: Canada 11.3 percent, U.S. 11.7, Australia 14.4, New Zealand 10.0, France 14.4, Wes Germany 6.9, Italy 18.9, anc United Kingdom 17.1. During the three months end- ing with July, Sweden, Wes Germany and' the Netherlands showed consumer prices in- creases of less than 5 percent at an annual rale. Austria, Nor way, Spain and Japan were run ning between (i and 12 percent Above the 12 percent OECD average were the U.S., Swit zerland, United Kingdom, Fin land, France, Canada, Den- mark, Belgium and Italy. Mowlin Sentencing Set in Murder Case Sentencing of (icorgc Junior Nowlin, 31, of rural Keystone has been set for a.m. Sepl. 20 in Linn district court. Nowlin was convicted The three are accused of murder in the shooting death of John Beving, who was shot once in the head with a .22 caliber pistol in the front room of his residence, 919 Sixlh street SK, on Sepl. I. According to Ihe return of the President Asks Cut in Spending, Vote on Rocky WASHINGTON (AP) Call- ing for a proud new era of Amer- ican achievement, P r e s i d cnt Ford lias sent congress a list of the legislation be wants it to adopt this year. Ford gave lop priority to cut- ting federal spending in Ihe mes- sage sent Thursday, and indi- cated he has given up hope for passage of a comprehensive health insurance plan in this session. Ford urged prompt confirma- tion of Nelson A. Rockefeller as vice-president. And he urged congress to re- sist temptations lo add to spend- ing totals on legislation under consideration. He asked the congress to sup- port his three-month delay in pay raises for federal workers as a mailer of highest prio- ity." On trade legislation, which has been held up by a dispute over Soviet policy on the emi- gration of Jews, Ford said "this legislation is close lo enactment. 11. would bi' a Iragedv not to search warrant, a pair of man's j pass it." plaid pants and a pair of man's I brown shoes were taken during: 211 YKAHS AGO Chinese The Vr.ilJ.r- Itapids Gazette: I'Ylday, Sept. 13, 1971 The Butcher How To Buy Meat How To Cook It How To Carve It How To Serve It Coming Soon in The Gazette (Continued from Page 1.) cept the tapes, which he can dc- Bevill said. General Services Administra- tion chief Arthur Sampson said Nixon owns the Walergale tapes Jury To See Fire Scene At Prairie Information about previous fires at Prairie high school al which John Westphall, 27, of Al- burnett, was present can not be introduced as evidence, Linn district Judge William Eads ruled Friday. Weslphall is accused of arson in a fire March 4 at Prairie high school which caused damage. He was employed as a guard at the school. The prosecution had asked to be allowed to cross-examine Westphall concerning state- msnts made previously during the trial that Westphall was present when a fire was discov- ered in the wood-working shop of Prairie high school on Feb. 12. The judge turned down the request without comment. and papers and an agreement i Westphall took the stand in signed when President Ford (bis own defense Thursday after- pardoned him is designed to as-1110011 and Friday. He testified he sure the information in them had ignited a piece of paper in a will be preserved for posterity ischool hallway, believing gar- as well as for court evidence. 'bage in the hallway was too wet ,to burn. Requests Court Reject Nixon's Bar Resignation SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) The State Bar of California says I is recommending to the Cali- :ornia supreme court that it re- ject former President Nixon's resignation as a lawyer. Rejection would leave Nixon open to possible disbarment. Bar President Brent Able said Thursday that the recommenda- tion by the bar's board of gov- ernors was made because Nixon iiad refused to acknowledge Uiat he faced possible disciplinary action by the bar. The board of governors also asked that any acceptance of Nixon's resignation, received on Thursday, not prevent the bar from disciplining Nixon if he later asks to be reinstated. The bar has teen considering for more than a year whether to begin formal hearings on Nix- on's conduct in Ihe Watergate af- fair. Nixon's 'attorney, Dean Butler, disclosed on Monday that Nixon planned 'to resign as a lawyer and not pratcicc law again, but he denied that it had anything lo do with possible disciplinary ac lion. tapes or papers lo the pub- Westphall said. 1m Mivnn didn't, nlan on havinf a fire." Not Assured But Bevill said under terms of :he agreement "the government s not assured of getting any of any kind to preserve :or history." Sampson acknowledged that Nixon could not be compelled under the agreement to release any ic. But he said Nixon promised in the agreement to release some and the GSA chief said he s confident Nixon will keep his word. He also said White House law- yer Philip Buchen has said that ISA would listen to any tapes hat were going to be destroyed. Bevill said that is not part of the agreement however. Deputy GSA counsel Herman Earth said the agreement does assure thai papers can three years and that none of Ihe lapes can be destroyed for five years. Pair Accused of Theft at Firm Two persons were arrested by Linn county sheriff's deputies early Friday on a charge of lar- ceny. Jeffrey Morgan Wise, 19, ol 3424 Adeline court SW, and a male juvenile were arrested a Case Implement Co., highway 30 west of Cedar Rapids. They are accused of taking some gas, a fire extinguisher, and a can of motor oil from a truck belonging to Case Imple- ment. Wise was released Friday morning on his own recog- lizance and the juvenile was leld for juvenile authorities. (Continued from Page 1.) ficer in Cedar Rapids, authori- ies said, Smith took part-time duties as a Tama policeman April 15 when extra help was leeded. He joined the depart- nentfull time on June 1, worked jntil July 30, then failed to for further duty, authori- ies said. He gave no notice thai he was his Tama post. However, he worked as a po- ice officer al Garwin for about hree weeks. He planned to leave a door ajar, then notify police he had found the door unlocked. When jolice arrived, they would find :he atlempted fire and would search the building. Westphall would then be able to assist in the investigation. "Things didn't go the way 1 none of Nixon's be destroyed for didn'l plan on having a fire." When he returned to the high school 15 minutes after igniting the paper and found the fire out control, Westphall said he "scared to death" and he radioed police. Followimg testimony Friday morning, the jury was lo be taken lo visit the hallway at Prairie high school where the fire occurred. Two Keys Sampson said his assurance of access to Ihe Walergale tapes and papers, which are to be stored in a vaull near San Clemenle, is Ihe fad that he has one of two keys needed lo open it, while Nixon has Ihe other. Rep. Royball (D-Calif.) re- sponded that "the federal gov- ernment has ended up with Ihe second key lo Mr. Nixon's vaull and that is about all we get." GSA counsel Harold Trimmer said if Sampson tried to gel court-ordered tapes out of the vault and Nixon refused to use his key to open il, he could be forced lo under penalty of con- tempt of court. Rep. Slokes (D-Ohio) also ob- jected to Ihe money, partly be- cause Nixon gels control of Wa- lergale material. (Continued from Page 1.) crease in the holding period required for a capital gain to be long-term from six months to one year. The panel approved extending to all taxpayers, regardless of age, a tax relief currently going lo people over 65 who sell their home. Presently, those over 65 selling a home used as their main residence for at least five of the past eight years can exclude the whole capital gain if [he sales price is less than The figure would be boosted to The provisions arc lo be part of a wide-ranging tax revision bill which would make changes in more than 50 areas of tax law Deluding some individual tax cuts and a boost in oil industry taxes. U.S. Declines To Try Jacobsen in Spite of Judge WASHINGTON the refusal of a federal judge to agree, the justice department says it will keep its word and not prosecute milk-fund figure Jake Jacobsen. The department said Thurs- day it will not prosecute Jacob- sen on charges of misapplication of funds of a savings and loan association, a move agreed to in return for Jacobsen's guilty plea to a bribery charge and testi- mony against former Treasury Secretary Connally. A move to drop the charges was rejected last Friday by Judge Robert Hill of Dallas, who said justice would not be served. Nevertheless, the justice de- partment said it will not prose- cute the case against Jacobsen, a former lawyer for Associated Milk Producers, Inc. Neither Jacobsen nor Hill would comment on the action. However, in his earlier opin- ion, Hill indicated that his court had the option to appoint a special counsel lo prosecute the case. Coast Guard Seized 5 Canadian Trawlers WASHINGTON (AP) The coast guard announced mat it has seized five Canadian Irawl- ers suspected of fishing illegally in U.S. waters. (Cfrlnr- EstabiiThcd toy The Galeffc Co. ana nuDllstied daily and Sunday at 500 Third nvp. SE. Cednr Rapids, Iowa 52.106. 6' issues 13.75 a month, a vear: Al- tcrnoon Editions and Sunday 7 Issues 13.85 o month, UO.OO a year. Other states and U.S. territories S60.0Q a vcdr. No Mall Subscriptions accepted In areas tiovlno Gaietle carrier itrvlce. The Associated Press Is enttlled exclusively to tho uie for reDublicallon of all the local news printed in this news- paper as well ai all AP newi dispatches. search of Ihe Washington I Hrds rcpork'd Him1 Americans last! residence. had been released but they month of first-degree murder in i Taken from the Ayers and failtxl lo arrive in Hong Kong the death of Michael Servey oflJohnson residence were a coffee Vent j Jen Persons Perish in li Cedar Kapids. jean, five smoking devices and lie still faces charges ofja woman's purse containing murder and tape in Jones of l.eona Stine- Inrl nun in Ihe dealh of NW. rYkliiy. IX'fccllv-1 Second avomir a.m. furnace at sw. Maqislrate'i Court llalpli I.eirli- Amana; lined Madrid Bomb MAimil) AI1) ''f "c'ir 20 _.. Khiy, and llie I'.mopra I rcss in asem-v. .news [sources, said al Icasl II) people Express Your Sorrow With Flowers from a Flower 4 Seasons shop 3020 Ml. Vcrnon Rd. 363-5865 Stone Seeker r LONDON (AP) A young j Scot accused of trying to remove the coronation stone of ancient j Scottish Jungs from Westminster i Abbey was released on bail Friday. Spodnil Uf ft. Know with PiERSON'S 1SIKI ELLIS BLVD. NW' Flowcrphone 3GG-1H26 JOHN E. LAPES flowm for all occasions Sllrd Avp. SF. .'IliS-fl.ill BROSH CHAPEL Inquire Alxwl Our Services Crdiir let our flowers speak for you FLORIST and GIFT SHOP 364-8139 phone onswcrod 24 hours cvory doy John B. Turner Son Rineral Directors since 1888 Only one service...our best to all. Cost is entirely a matter of personal choice. il First AVC.West HOOSt'C OIK! AVC. 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