Cedar Rapids Gazette, September 25, 1974, Page 5

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - September 25, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa StKVia COMCAST to 7AM -24-74 3977 39.P.G j A! Ram is expected Wednesday nighf from eastern Texas, across fhe lower Mississippi valley, into the Tennessee valley and over parts of -fae south Atlantic states. Chance of showers over the western Gulf coast, southern Florida aad northern New England. I The Weather Extended Forecast Chano of showers Friday through Sun- heated .tar kettle at rear of 1556 1 First avenue NE. p.m. Tuesday. Tree day. Lows in Ihc 40s. Highs mostly in the 70s cooling to G5 Sunday. High Icmperatures Tuesday, tct peraturos ovcrnicihl and inches of cioitfltlon: Anchorage 50 4B .12 L. Angeles 78 66 Atlanta 51 Miami .....88 77 Dlsmarck 74 34 Mln'apolls 73 (2 Chicago ...70 53 N. Orleans 01 75 Denver ___76 41 New York fil 49 Dululh ....64 51 Phoenix ...94 73 Honolulu ..7077 Seallle ..B955 Houston ...8077.01 Washington 4450 C. R. Weather High Tuesday ................70 Low overnight ...............50 Noon Wednesday .............71 2 p.m. Wednesday............75 Precipitation ..............None Total for September ........1.02 Normal for September .....3.97 Normal through September 27.12 Total for 1S74 ............38.85 Barometer, falling .........30.05 Humidity al noon ........55% Wind direction and velocity at Sun rises Thursday, sun sets, Year Ago Today High, 77; low, 64; rainfall, 0.01. Traveler's Forecast limb to power lines at 1020 Maplewood drive NE. Magistrate's Court Speeding Alvin Bruslkern, Rowley; Fredrick Strohbchn, Rcinbeck; Lewis Olson, Ca- manchc; Gregory Slager, 1422 Oakland road NE; Jerry Zim- merman, Thirly-Iourth street NE; Frances Hocfer, 2121 Blairs Ferry road NE; Hicharct and costs. Robert Gordon 1430 Ninth avenue NE; Lavcrn West, Des Moines; each fiuec and costs. Charles Walsh jr.. Burlington; Jon Mullan 1750 B avenue NE; Donak Kehrli, Clarence; Richard Tom- p k ins, 342 Twenty-second street NW; Mary Kuln, 027 Nineteenth street NW; Tammy M c C or m i c k Fairfax: Jerry Patterson, 1416 Oakland road NE; Nancy Ladlcr, 230 Wesley drive NW; Wayne Gauge, 5012 K avenue NE; Jack Shepherd, 1J134 F avenue NW; Lorcn Morrissc.y, Day street NW; Larry Messerschmidt, Oxford; cadi fined and costs. Driver's license violation Michael Bcrns, 1522 J street SW; fined and costs. i Faulty equipment Dan-el! 72. Friday at at United Church ot Christ. Overtoil's. Toledo Mrs. Donald Cron- an, (J2. Henderson's. Decorah Myrlc Christen, 88. Friday at 2 at United Con- gregational church. Burial; Phclp's cemetery. Sleine's. Dccorah Dontic Moll, 87. Olson-Fjetstul's. Cnlcsburg _ llalsey Sabin, 82. Friday at at Colcsburg Methodist church. Burial: Ml. Harmony, Garbcr. Visitation after noon Thursday at Apple- ton's, Edgcwood. i VaP.Lanckcr, road NE; 801 Old Marion Clair Br ace, Thursday Wrathrr, Hi-I.o PK'Irly 70-lfl ..PtCldy H5-SH .Clear 77-58 .Clear 75-50 .rtCldy 71-5B Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Des Moines Detroit Indianapolis Kansas City Milwaukee Mpls.-Sl. Paul Omaha St. IjOttis Sioux Falls Coraiville Lake Pool level Wednesday Births St. Sept. 2-1 To the families of Hubert VV. Strcicht, 434 Thirty-second street, NE. a son; James A. Sealer. 3112 Carroll drive SE, a son; Charles Ilas'e- niun, Ar.amo.sn, r. son. .Fair 86-B2 .PtCldy Fair .Fair .PICIdy 81-liO .Fair Second avenue SW: Terry I Cook, (112 Fifth street NW, two [charges; each fined ant Improper width Hobcrt Myhlhoiiscn, B avenue NW: fined and costs. Improper Iciifilli Robert Myhlhouscn, 911 H avenue NE; fined and costs. Traffic sicnal violation Robert Malloy, 1129 Nineteenth avenue SW; Merle Opporman, Forty-second street NE; William Fravatt, 1 Hillvicw drive, Marion; John Slanerson, ;e drive NW; 3705 Elmwood 153 Crestridi Glenn Barr, drive NE; each fined and costs. Uighl-of-way violation Cheryl Mabon, Iowa City; fined I'late. violation Marion Skinner. Center Point road NE: Ted Wagoner. HiOu 1 Man Goes Home To Lunch, Finds Burglar in House Floyd Gouchec's lunch break took an unexpected turn Tuesday when he arrived home and surprised a burglar. Gouchce, of 1416 A avenue NE, got home about p.m. Tuesday and noticed the back door was slightly ajar and the screen had been cut. When he got inside Gouchce heard noises from Ihc upstairs and called police from a first floor telephone. The burglar, described as white, about 17, 5 feel 9 inches tall, 135 pounds, and wearing long hair, ran out the front door and east across A avenue lo the Hy-Vee store, 155IJ First avenue JE. Police arrested an 18-year-old man inside the store. The sus- pect WHS released alter ques- tioning. No charges were filed. Nothing was reported taken in Ihe breakin. (Continued from Page I.) hrougli lests conduclcd by a specialist in nuclear medicine. "We find Mr. Nixon now has in embolus in the right mid- ung field of Ihc lateral surface, vhich is a potentially dangerous situation but not critical at this Obituaries Mrs. Louis M. Schultz j Edward Spores Josephine Schullx, B5, of Mi! Kdward d'cg) Spores, 79, uf Wisconsin street SW, widow ofilSOli C street SW, died Wednes- Loui.s M. died Tuesday after a long illness. She was born .Jan. HI, lima, in Prague, Czechoslovakia. Mrs. came to the Unit- ed States and Cedar Rapids In and had been a resident since. She was a member of As- oury United Methodist church. Surviving arc a daughter, Mrs. Hogcr McCullough, New- ton; one granddaughter; a sister. Mrs. Krnesl KCJWJ, Cedar Rapids; two .brothers, I'Yank I'eply, jr., Cedar liapids, and Milo Teply, Los Angeles, Calif. Services: Thursday 11 a.m. Janeba-Kuba funeral home west by the Rev. Charles H. Mehaf- fey of Asbury United Methodist church. Burial: Czech National cemetery. Friends may call at Ihe Jancba-Kuba funeral home west. Laura E, Maricle Laura Ella Maricle, GG, of 719 Second avenue SW, died at Uni- versity hospitals, Iowa City, Tuesday after a short illness. Born Feb. 9, 1008, in Waterloo she bad lived in Cedar Rapids nost of her life. She was a nember of St. Patrick's Catho- lic church and St. Bridget's cir- cle. Surviving is one brother, Her- )ert Maricle, Anderson, Calif. Services: St. Patrick's church, Friday al II) a.m. by the Martin Laughlin. Burial: VII. Calvary cemetery. Rosary: p.m. Thursday at the Tea- ion chapel where friends may call from 2 lo 9 p.m. Thursday. day after a long illness. Horn .Ian. 25, in Edge-wood, he had lived in Cedar Rapids for the last 70 years, lie was a con- struction worker until his retire- ment. His wife, Ihc former Lib- hie Medulan, died in Surviving are two daughters, Florence Driscoll Anna Bruce, Cedar Rapids; two sons, Harold and John, Cedar Rapids; 18 grandchildren and 22 great- grandchildren. a.m. Friday. Burial: Czech Na- tional cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel Thursday. Prosecution Outlines Case Aqainsf Georqe Now I'm tj (Conlinucd from Page 1.) He further contended Ihiit Another witness, Michiicl Pe- lerson of (he stale criminal lab- iiratory, testified that .seminal Fluid was present in Miss Con- nolly's vaginal area at the lime of her death. The opinion was based on an examination of cotton swabs used in Dr. Weland'.s autopsy. Beck indicated that later testi- Memorial Services Kamsdcll, Clayton Thursday at 10 a.m. at St. Jude's Catholic church by the Rev. Richard Anienl. Burial: Mt. Calvary cemetery. Prayer service Wednesday at p.m. at Tcahcn chapel. Kcllcy, Mildred C. Thurs- day at a.m. at Beatty- Beurlo chapel by the Rev. Pen- ney F. Nichols. Burial: Linwood cemetery. Three Injured In Separate C. R. Accidents Three persons injured in two accidents Tuesday were treated for minor injuries. None was was raped by Nowlin. The defense raised a standing objection to this testimony, on the grounds that it had no relevance to Miss Connolly's death. Firearms Kxpcrl Andrew Neuquisl, a HCI bal- listics and firearms expert, tes- tified that the power pistons found in Miss Connolly's body, were of the 20 gauge type. Wednesday morning's final prosecution witness, Dr. Aaron Randolph, acting Jones county medical examiner at the time Miss Connolly's body was found, said it was his opinion that the girl died a "violent death." He male a cursory examina- tion of the body at the site of the discovery, which he said, in his opinion, was the scene of the several "alternate programs" in Dr Randolph said M.ss Con- of lho casc. Hc lily's face was lying in a Mrs. Anthony Herbeck Mrs. Anthony F. Herbeck, for- nerly of Cedar Rapids, died Sept. 17 at Garden Grove, Calif. Surviving are a son, Matthew six grandchildren and six great- grandchildren. Services were held in Califor ia and burial was in West ninstcr, Calif. Births Mercy Intoxi fined II ;i r o 1 d Sept. 2-1 To the families of Daniel Ilizzio. 701 Nineteenth street NW, a dau.qhtcr; Gem-fro a son. Out of Town Births At Clear Lake Dr. and Mrs. Kohcrt L. Itrnchanimcr, a daughter Sept. 21. Broghammer is the son of Mrs. R. G. Brogh- ammer, M r s Park Terrace SE. Broghammei' is the Countrv Club Parkway SE. At Soda Spiincs. Idaho Mr. and H'-itl Fultnicr a son. Sept. Mrs. Fullmer i1: the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. H. A. 12-12 Fonrih avenue SE. At Diibmiiir To Air. and Mrs. Mil-had Gradnvillo, a daughter, Scpl. 21. Mrs. Grado- Woodv.'arcl, Mt. Vcrnon road SE: fined and costs. Overload Kurt Johnson, Springville; fined and costs. Prohibited parkin? Fash- ion Par Homes. Inc., Sev- enth avenue, Marion; fined and costs. Vehicle control violation Daniel Davis, Seventh street SW; fined and costs. Thomas Adamish, Johnson Mik-hcll- NE; .Tef- 5425 Finevicw drive frey Maish, 1403 Second street JSE; each fined and costs. j I m p r o ]i r turn Earl j F.rown. route one, Marion: fined and costs. Meter violation Dennis Hromidko. Sv.isher: fined and Iowa Traer Pear! Dtmlavev "There is a very good chance of recovery but it will t; f.ome the doctor said. No surgery is being consid- ered at present, lie added. Umdgrcn said he believes Nixon must remain hospitalized until Ihc middle or the end of next week at least. has a hell of a will to the doctor said. "His mood is remarkable considering what he lias gone through." i 1 11 is the Florence Folcihalts. 2055 Wash- ington aveniii1 SK. and Paul Felriliaus. Thirty-fourth street NK. Oradovilli- is the sun nf Mr. and Mrs. CMS. Oradovil- lc, Vim- avenue Marriage Licenses i Thursday nt 2. Overtoil's. Wnukiin Elsie Stone, Thursday at 2, First Prosby- rlunvh. Mnrtin lirotliors. Mimlirrllo Morfian .1 "'s, where friends 'lei- 7 Wednesday. I o w (Conlinucd from Page interlock systems which pre- vent a car from starting' tmlil belts are buckled is not offset by safely benefits. Hc said a frccx.c on additional standards beyond I hose in effect for 1075 models would allow for a full cost-benefit review of ex- isting and proposed regulations b y a government-industry panel. The panel then would de- termine which should be elimin- ated and which maintained or established for cars. provide adequate safely and an- Fires a.m. Tlirada' In-ati-il f u r II a r e al Twenly-niiHh MITCH drive SIC. a.m. Tuesday. Illegal burniHir al. MOD Fnuvteenlh av- enue SW. a.m. Tli'-ydav. Assis- l.illi-r rail .il 1-114 Mru-nll, Illlr p.m. Tue.-.dav, Faiiliy lislil li.ill.isl al KnurieenililHil'-y, ,-ivrmM- di-nt-n o- Unitefl C'hurrh lim-ial: Clayl liaeh. Ili'iU'. F.unsilltf Sehna (Continucd Irom Page 1.) .op Nixon administration offi cials in behalf of a New York film's contract renegotiation cf fort. Cannon said his only question in the case involving the controversial F-14 navy fightci contract of Grumman Aircraf Corp. was "whether you were going toe far." But he dropped the mallei after placing four memos deal ng with the casc into the com- mittee record and told reporters atcr, "As of right now, I have lot seen anything to block" the Rockefeller nomination. On the Attica riot, Rockcfcl- cr said that if he had agreed o prisoners' demands for imncsly and flight lo another country, "the same thing would have happened in every prison in the country." On wiretapping, he said New York Stale, while he was governor, issued more wiretap orders than the entire federal government "because we had a serious problem with organized crime and that was Ihc only way we could fight it. And it worked." Discuss Tapes sliffest question the Genevievc Culligan, 82, of 2255 C street SW, was examined at Mercy hospital for possible in- juries lo her right hand buffered when she was iiit by a city bus while walking in the street. Police said the bus, driven by Marlin M. Metcalf, 40, of 4420 Bowling street SW, struck Mrs. Culligan while making a right turn at the intersection of Ninth avenue and Eighth street SE. Mrs. Culligan had been a pas- senger on the bus and had stepped off the bus when she was struck, police reported. No charges were filed. Ralph. of. Park Towne lane NE, and Rob- ert Moore, 4, of 820 N street SW, were injured in a two-car colli- sion Tuesday at the intersection of highways and 30. .Gholson was treated at St. Luke's hospital for whiplash. Moore, who was a passenger in a car driven by Rodney Smith, also 820 N krccl SW, was treated by a private doctor 'for a head injury. ..Police said the accident hap pence! when a car driven b. Smith struck the rear of Choi soil's auto, which had slowce down to enter 'highway 30 from highway 140. No charges were filed. Miss Connolly was shot again, in Ihc "vaginal-rectal als) at close range. Felony-Murder Heck had indicated earlier in the trial thai the slate expects lo convict Nowlin on a felony- murder charge, rather than murder alone. Ccrtar Itaplds Sent. 25, 1974 tified by Beth Wernirnont, a friend of Miss Connolly's, as the clothing Miss Connolly was wearing on the day she was allegedly killed. Miss Wcrnimont, 17, of Cedar Rapids, was the first witness and testified that Michael Ser- vey and Miss Connolly her "boyfriend" and "best respectively visited her in This would necessitate on March 9 while she ing that Miss Connolly's alleged recuperating from surgery. murder was committed subsc-! qucnt to a felony, in this casc ei-l thcr the alleged robbery of Scr- vcy or the alleged rape of Miss Connolly. This charge requires a verdict of either acquittal or first degree murder. Conner was found guilty Last Seen She said she last saw them alive at about p.m., when the two left for Cedar Rapids. The next lime she saw Miss Connolly, she commented, was 0[ at a funeral home. such a charge in Jones county. involving Ihe Scrvcy robbery and Miss Connolly's killing. A second witness, Stacy Schreckengast, 19, of Cedar Rapids, said Servey called him Nowlin's conviction in Story at about midnight on March 9 and asked him lo bring gas to county for Servey's death was based solely on murder. The jury in lhat case could have found him guilty of manslaugh- ter or first, or second degree murder, or innocent. Refused Comment Beck refused comment on which felony charge the prose- cution expects lo pursue. And Remley said that the stale his stranded jeep, located on 218 near Skate Country. He said when he arrived at the scene, some 15 or 30 min- utes later, Servey and Miss Con- nolly were not there. After searching for them in various establishments nearby, Schrec- kengast. testified he left the gas and a note. nolly's of blood and there were two areas of the head with wounds. Hc also noted an "oval" hole in the girl's blue jeans. Following opening statements by attorneys Tuesday afternoon, including an abbreviated one by ljl'llg saki lho Plans are estimated that aboul nesses will be called. One of Nowlin's lawyers, after unsuccessfully bidding for a delay in his opening statement until the stale presented its evi- dence, told the jury thai "our Daughter Called Mrs. Connolly told of a phone call at about the same time that !5 wit-in'Sn' from her daughter, who reported running out of gas. Fighting tears, Mrs. Connolly but the defense, wit-1 sc js jhc ,ack nesses were called to the slanfll lo establish foundation evidence in the murder trial of George Nowlin. Two of the elements the slate is required to prove lo back up the indictment against Nowlin arc that Maureen Connolly was killed on or about March 10 and lhat Ihc death occurred in Jones county. Prosecution lawyers David Semlcy. Jones county attorney and Joe Beck, from the Iowa at- torney general's office, attempt- ed lo substantiate these claims with their six initial wit- nesses. Charges Outlined (Continued from Page 1.) priority given Ihe needs of Ja- '.vcrski. Senator Nelson chief sponsor of the bill, called il "Ihe "irst step toward preserving the 'ull Walergale .story for poslcri- ;y and for use in related crimi- Ile said the bill would revise he provision in Scpl. 7 former governor has undergone in Ihe two days of friendly interchange came when, for about 10 minutes, Byrd sought lo get Rockefeller to discuss Ihc White House lapes agree- ment in light of his statement there should be full disclosure of Nixon's Watergate role. At one point, Rockefeller saidjpoena for judicial proceedings. Byrd was trying "lo make me) In Ihc agreement. Nixon do- igrcemcnt under which Nixon could destroy any of Ihc lapes iftcr Sept. 1. and which jrovidcd for destruction of he tapes on Nixon's death or Sept. I, whichever came I. .Iiiint Holding he Scpl. 7 agreement re- quires lhat Nixon's papers be oinlly held bv himself and Ihe he tapes for five years for sub- wilh Ihe President on a subject where I don't have all Ihe information." "We're not silling as a school ward here on who's going to >c superintendent of liyrtl said. "I'm going aboul nates Ihe lapes In Ihe National Archives on Sepl. 1. wilh he deems He is free under Ihe agreo- 10 YICAliS Queen Kli- 11 signed a proclamation formally ending the longest peacetime Brilish parliament in .rill y e a r s which officially launched a general eleclion campaign and closed political career of Sir i'on might someday be afler ihrec years and he dent of the Unilcd Slates. an agreement an- nounced Aug. 8. the day Nixon pardoned, Ihe icknowledged that Nixon owns jthc tapes but he would he bill he could not order Ihcirl liibilcd from destroying any ofidcslniclioii aficr Sepl. 1, Ilium for at least ihree years, j On Scpl. I, the' lapes In his opening statement Remley outlined Ihe nature o: the charges against Nowlin whose address is rural Key- stone. On Mar. he slated, Nowlin and Alwcll Conner made plans lo conduct a robbery lhat night and armed themselves with two sawcd-olf shotguns a pump model belonging to Nowlin and a single-shot type of Conner's which Nowlin dubbed "shorl shorly." Shortly before midnight, Mi- chael Servey and Miss Connolly, who had been in Iowa City, became stranded on highway 211! in south Cedar Rapids when heir vehicle reportedly ran out of gas. "Paths Crossed" Remley said they phoned for help and upon walking back lo I his "their paths crossed" Nowlin and Conner, who lie stat- ic! were driving south on the Hc said, "Our position at this said she told her daughter "to hurry up and come home" then added, "but she didn't come home." She said she last saw her daughter alive al p.m. op, March 9, when Miss Connolly left for Iowa City, and next saw poinl is that the slale cannot prove its case." He again ham-jher at the Mercy hospital mor- mcrcd at (he contention lhat the in Iowa City a week later, majority of the testimony I A witness, Rex Roh- againsl his client will be Olin, testified thai he curnslantial" and that Miss Connolly's body lion witnesses will not present [March 16 near the Old Morley "credible evidence." Hc asked road bridge over the Wap- Ihe jury lo question Ihc motiva- sipinicon river while motorcyc- ling in {he area. Robert Visser, an assistant lo the Jones county engineer, verified the One of the six state witnesses scene of the discovery, as did lions of state witnesses. Mother Testifies Tuesday was Mrs. Joan Connol- ly mother of the slain teen- ager who broke into Icars im- mediately upon taking the witness stand ahd observing her daughter's clothing on the rail- ing of Ihe witness box. "I didn't expect lo sec her dollies she sobbed. Jones county deputy sheriff John Miller. All three identified photo- graphs of the area. Rohwcdder was also asked to identify a photograph of the body of the dead girl. On objcclions by the defense, however, Judge John Hyland deferred allowing the The clothes whre earlier iden- jury lo view any of Ihe pictures. Of? Remley claimed Nowlin, who was driving, turned his vehicle (round and forced Ihc pair into he car at gunpoint and "took :hcm for a ride." Next. Remley continued. Now- in told Scrvcy (who was alle- gedly in the back seat with Con- icr) In "hand over his money." claimed Servey gave 542, which was then lasscd to Nowlin. To Jones County II is the stale's contention lhat proceeded lo drive top11'' an athletic field, county, near lhejsllc Silid- ly Judy Daubcnmier Washington high school stu- dents, Wednesday began circu- ating petitions asking for a halt o construction of a softball dia- nond on the school's front lawn. h c r c s a O'Conncll, vice- president of the studenl forum at Ihe school, said Ihe forum voted unanimously to oppose construction of the diamond, which schdol officials believe is needed for use by girls' softball teams in the spring and sum- mer. Miss O'Connell said Ihc school grounds contain three other diamonds which could be shared by the boys' and girls' teams. She pointed out that boys' and girls' teams share the gymna- sium for practice according to a rotating schedule. Lawn Important "We believe Ihe preservation of Ihe front lawn is more impor- tant than convenience. It's the only part of the close lo the tennis courts and another diamond lo be safely used concurrently with the other facilities. Afler consulting with the coaches and athletic coordina- tor, Nan made the decision him- self to construct Ihc additional diamond. "II was a people decision, and i'ill be more convenient over a period of years than adjusting practice schedules. It's going lo serve the interests of a lot of people over a long period of said Nau. No Bleachers No bleachers will be con- structed at the diamond, he said, because a near the backstop will provide natural sealing area. Nau met wilh representatives of the student forum Wednesday morning about the softball dia- mond, but their arguments did not change his mind. Hc said he did not mind if the road bridge two nilcs southeast of Anamosa. There, Remley charged, Now- ill "had forcible sexual inter- Washington Principal D o il Nau said Ihe additional diamond was needed because soflball re- quides a different type of di i mond from baseball. The pitch- ing mound and tween bases are I lions lo his immediate superior, Don Stout. hot her in Ihe back of Ihe head I close range" wilh a .shotgun, j "The evidence will Safety Factor A ".safely laelor'1 is Pu-mley told the jury. sliert In IQBTbv- TI10 On lsncd clnllv (mil Sundo SI.. Oilfll Knnitls. lo Senior Citizen Buses Cedar Rapids System Telephone 363-8244 Area Ten (SEATS) In Cedar Rapids 398-5605 Elsewhere 800-332-5996 niJs. would become governmeiil properly but Nixon could order Ihe destruction of any lapes he Drive Scifel Higher Kales t'rgi'd WASHINGTON (AP) urged llu- Civil Aeronautics Roard lo adopl higher rales for mail earned by U.S. interna- tional airlines. week. Dv mall: Nlolil Rdtlionnnd Sunclnv r.surs o month. 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