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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - September 26, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Wt to M- A few snow flurries and showers are likely over Ihe northern Rockies, from -the north- ern Plains into the upper Mississippi valley and over western Tennessee and parts of the south Atlantic states. The Weather Hiqh temperatures Wednesday, low tern- peralures overnight and inches of pre- cipitation: Anchorago 55 L. flnqelcs 72 M Atlanta ...59 55 .14 Miami ...E979 Bismarck 86 3B Mln'apolls 71 43 Chicago 55 N. Orleans S3 73 1.59 Denver ....D449 New iYork 65 52 .01 Duluth ....5839 Pnoenix ..9574 Honolulu ..9076 Seattle ..7354 Houston ...7762 Wash'gton 72 54 Extended forecast Cooler Saturday with a chance of rain. Clearing and warmer by Mon- day. Highs in 50s Saturday and Sunday to CDs by Monday. Lows from 30s to low 40s. C. R. Weather High Wednesday ..'...........76 Low overnight ...............57 Noon Thursday...............78 ..................80 John Halt. Michael Aloysius and Deborah Lee Tuma. Fires :aken M-idge. p.m. Wednesday. Assis- tance i call at 4233 Council street NE. 2 p.m. Precipitation ..............None Total for September .....1.02 Normal for September .....3.97 Normal through September 27.12 Total for 1974 .38.85 Barometer, falling.........29.72 Humidity at noon .........53% Wind direction and velocity at 2 p.m. SW at 12 mph. I Sun rises Friday, sun sets, Year Ago Today High, 80; low, 40; rainfall, 0.02. Traveler's Forecast Bismarck Friday Weather, lli-Lo .Shwrs 02-32 Chicago............Fair 85-75 .Cloudy 70-58 Cleveland ...___PtCldy 70-50 DCS Moincs......PtCldy 70-49 Detroit ............Fair 81-57 Indianapolis........Fair 78-5G Kansas City........Fair 88-60 Milwaukee ......PtCldy 82-58 Mpls.-St. Paul ..Cloudy 73-42 Omaha ..........PtCldy 85-45 St. Louis...........Fair 84-62 Sioux Falls......Cloudy 80-40 Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in brackets) LaCrosse (12) 4.9, rise .2 Lansing (18) 7.8, no change Dam 9 (18) 12.4, rise .3 McGregor (18) 6.0, rise .1 Guttenberg (15) 3.9, rise .2 Dubuque (17) 7.2, rise .3 Davenport (15) 3.7, rise .1 Kcckulr '1G) 2.0 no change Cedar at (13) 3.31 fall .59 Coralville Lake Pool level Thursday___C83.37 Births Lute's Sept. 25 To the families of Koy B. Ibcn, jr., 2325 Lori drive SW, a daughter; Carl Krusc, 24G5 Brocltman nvenuc Marion, a daughter; Russell Hess, 3000 J street SW, a daughter; Harold Victor, 100 Thompson drive SE, a daugh- ter; Steven Erickson, route 1 Marion, a son; Myron Hanson Vinton, a daughter; Thomas Pcifcr, 29G North View place NE, a son; George Carpenter 2020 O avenue NW, a son; Jon Akers, Mt. Vcrnon, a son; Ron- ald Wignall, 5S20 Sharon innc NW, a son; Constantino Nasr 452 Forty-second street NE, a son. Births Mercy Sept. 20 Mr. and Mrs Eugene To ma sit, Solon, a daughter. Out of Town Births At West DCS Moincs Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Georpc Knseh, a daughter Sept. 22. Kosck li- the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kosek, 340 Twcnly-sevenll street drive SE. Marriage Licenses Rene Ellis and Robert Smith both of Cedar Rapids. Liln Kticter, CVdar ftapids, am T b o in a s Ricckcn, Bellevuc. Marilyn Gcistkcmpcr, Earlville, and Lylc Anderson, Sprinp.villc. Kny Clemonls, .Springvillo, and Kenneth Lowe, Anamosa. Anna liunnkl, Cedar Rapids, and Mi- chael Carlson, Bayporl, Minn. Marriages Dissolved Norman Alan and Mary Ann Lewis. Ginger M. and Ver! Lccge. Pamela Sue and Alan p.m. Wednesday. Mis- alarm at F avenue p.m. Wednesday. Gaso- line flush at 201 First street SE. Magistrate's Court Speeding Kichard Saath- off, 1122 Elmhurst drive NE; lined and costs. Steven Ml. Vrrnon road SE: fined and costs. Neil Krumrei, 313 G avenue NW; :ined and costs. Darlene Trumpold, 2700 Second avenue, Marion; Donald Polton, 519 Fourteenth street SE; Francis Vanzke, 1215 Second avenue SE: Kirk Bendixsen, 77 Cherry Hill road NW; Kurt Bradley, 1007 Twenty-ninth street NE; Dick Kimm, Blairstown; each fined and costs. Shirley Schallcr, New Albin; Gary Wil- liams, 72 Cherry Hill road NW; Kim Schulte, 419 Eighth ave- nue SW; Karen Primrose, 224 Thirty-first street NE; Michael Pictrzak, 209 Twenty-sixth street NW; James Lechey, 5050 Cornell street SW; Tom Wilson, 381 Thirty-first street drive SE; eacli fined and costs. Yellow light violation Elena Ivcrson, 034 Thirty- fourth street NE; fined and costs. Emergency vehicle violation Donald Sicmering, 003 Sixth street SE; fined and costs. Oite-vay-slreet violation Donald Davis. 435 Fourth ave- nue SW; fined and costs. Traffic signal violation Myron Spore, 2417 Linwood street SW; Terry Robertson, Central City; Leo Erlachor, 1011 Third street SW; Timon Oujiri, 1709 First stroetj SW; each fined and costs. Sherry Brown, 1806 Higlcy av- enue SE; Walter Kisling, 1758 A avenue NE; each lined and costs. Intoxication Rodney Saari, 3719 Center Point road NE; David Burnett, Hiawatha; each fined and costs. Joseph Phelps, Central City; fined and costs. Driver's license violation Thomas Banes, Fairfax; Joseph Morrisscy, 218 Ninth street NW; Bill Winegardncr, 3835 Red Bud road NE; Larry Bycrs 5417 Council street NE; each fined and costs. Resisting an officer Rod- ney Saari, 3719 Center Point NE; lined and costs. Faulty equipment Elaine Dochterman, Palo; William Packingham, Palo; Leo Er- lacher, 1011 Third street SW Dean Ehrcnbcrger, 2140 Birch- wood drive NW; David Argot- singer, 1436 Bevcr avenue SE William Lindscy, 509 Fifteenth street SE; each fined and costs. Vehicle control violation Joseph Morrisscy, 218 Ninth street NW; fined and costs Harold Clarke, 961 Forty- fourth street SE; Jeff Rabken 1031 Thirtieth street NE; each fined and costs. Iowa Dc-aths Iowa City Julia Bothcll 78. Friday at 3, George L Gay's. Monticcllo Earl E. Grif- fith, 79. Saturday at 10, St Luke Methodist church Goctlsch's. No visitation. Dr.coralt Dontic Molt, 87 Saturday at 2, church. Olson-FjelsluhPs. Toledo Mrs. Donald O Cronan, B2. Friday at 2, St Paul Lutheran church, Tnma. Henderson's. Spri iiRvi He Alma 11. Grimes Friday at United Methodist church. Mur- doch's. I'lilo George W. Minor, 81. Saturday at o v e Community church 3urial: Dunkard cemetery- Vis- "tation at Murdoch's in Center Earlville Thcresia Eglhoff pj 12, former Earlville resident died in Cascade. Clifton's where friends may call after Friday. Vinton Elias B. Martin, 89 raveside services Friday at Evergreen cemetery Campbell's. Brandon Charles W Rogers, 74. Saturday at 2 a Church of Christ. Masonic ser- vices Friday. Campbell's Vinton. Harper (Marie) Heisdorffer, 62. Satur- day at at Powell's where family Rosary wit ie held Thursday nnd parisl Rosary Friday at Tipton Mrs. Harry G (Margaret) Peterson, 61. Satur- day at 11 at Matz's, Chicago with visitation there from 3 to 10. Visitation to 0 a Sheets and Sons Thursday Burial: Chapel Hill West ceme. :cry, Chicago. Calmar Anna Uhcr, Saturday at 10 tit St. Aloysius' Rosary Friday from 3 to 8 a French's. Anamosa Mrs. Raleigl Shoop, 89. Saturday at a Goettsch's. Hazlcton Mrs. Jesse (Dclir Marie) Rilcy, 78. Friday a at Hope Wesleyan church Independence. Mason-IIawe's Independence. Sigourney Laurence (Oley) Potter, 76. Friday at Holm's. Middle Amana Raymond C. Dietrich, 65. Hoover-Valen tine's, Marengo. Mrs. William J A Linn district court jury ha acquitted Mack R. Gibson in trial in which he was accused o assaulting David Lint with in lent to inflict great bodily inju ry. The attorney for Gibson, 41 presented witnesses at the tria who testified Uiey were at Un scene of the June 15 beating am lhat Gibson was nol jhre. Th< incident took place 'at Lint's re sidence, 120C Fifth avenue SE. One of the witnesses had a assault charge brought agains him on order from the tria judge, Robert Osmundsoh, afte lie testified he picked up Lint a (he complaining witness' res dence, took him into anothc room anc! threw him lo floor. Jurors in Ihe case were Clar M. Blessing, Deborah M. Jui kins, Ellen M. Todd, Williai Pierrot, Roycc C. Mercer, J( seph P. Parrott, Joann M Schmilt nnd Marie A. Saundci all of Cedar Rapids; Patricia E Covington and Belly J. Elmon both of Coggon; Dean A. Hannr Marion, and Virgil D. McArtl ur, Central City. ..Alternate juror was Dougla E. Dunkcl, Alburnelt. 30 YEARS AGO The U.S and Great Britain agreed tha punishment would be. exaclc from pro-Axis firms after Gc many surrendered. for Any Occasion FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS JPIERSON'S FLOWER SHOP 1800 lillls Blvd. Burl R. Burl H. Covington, Marie Mantor, 32, o r m c r resident of of 111414 Fifth tapids, diet! Wednesday utter died Wednesday ong illness in Tucson, long where lie liad resided Hie Dec. in Cedar six she a lifelong Surviving are his wife, She and Richard seven were married April 28, u a n e Darrell, Scott Susan, at home, and Sybil, addition to her a and Clayton, residing is survived by a son, Georgia; his parents, Mr. a daughter, Lynn; Irs. Cecil Covington, Tucson; Mr. and Mrs. brother, Lyle, Cedar and a sister, Rosalie and two sisters, Leah Miller all of Wt. Auburn and Betty p.m. of Turner chapel west by Services: Friday at Lee Griffis. Burial: 'alms mortuary, Tucson. call a will be a cremation chapel west until 1 The will not b Wright after the Anna Dec Wright, aughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wright, 623 Third Laura Ella Frida at 10 a.m. at St. Patrick's SW, died at University church Rev. Marti in Iowa City Wednesday evening. She was born on Sept. Burial: Mt. Calvary Rosary: Thursday at p.m at 974, in Cedar Josephine Surviving in addition to were Thursday at 11 jarents are her grandparents, tfr. and Mrs. Jack Brubaker, I i a w a t h a Mr. and Janeba-Kuba funeral horn west by the Rev. Charles I Mehaffey of Asbury Unite Methodist church. Charles Musker and Mr. National Mrs. Harry Wright of Edward (Peg) Is p at a.m. at by the Daniel Pul Private graveside Burial: Czech Vlll PC CUnUULLiJU dl J.U.OU ct.Iil. Saturday at Cedar cemetery by the Rev. R. Riley of Immanuel from Page church. Friends may call at Turner east until 9 p.m. he would get us." Before cross Mrs. Calvin was recessed when Mr Beltz broke into tears and Lorraine G. Trousdale, from the courtroom wife of Calvin Trousdale, John Twentieth avenue SW, died Vednesday at University questioning by the dcfcns Mrs. Beltz testified Nowlin als in Iowa City following his leg while at work a jrief prior to March 10. This Born Jan. 23, 1930, in the defense hinted, Rapids, she had been a resulted in the bloody of Cedar Rapids all her life. and Mr. Trousdale were married Dec. 5, 1953, at Moline, Beltz agreed with a d 'ense attorney's In addition to her as "easily violent" she is survived by a ,son, agreed 11 chael; a daughter, Julie, for (him icr mother, Mrs. Frances didn't do, lost control of all of Cedar Rapids. on many occasions and Private memorial "totally will be held at Turner and "abnormal" west. Burial: Czech cemetery. Friends may register at Turner chapel west until reportedly had bee drinking much of the day p.m. Thursday. The family gests that friends may, if 17, of Cedar wish, contribute to Ithc Nowlin told him 10 lucUy yc go" before b Daywitt "they'd killed a guy and Mclvin Dale Daywitl, also testified son of Mr. and Mrs. Dean admitted having witt, 1C01 Fourteenth with the girl. He SW, died Wednesday at said In addition to his parents, to kill her, she was is survived by two sisters, Denise, 'Starr Marie; brother, Ronald Dean, all defendant also ionic; a grandfather, Martin lie had gotten Ncal, Cedar Rapids; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Servey. The 17-year-old said he Miner, Dupont, Colo.; great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Roy Ogle, Albia; and Mr. 8 and 9 drinking be and playing pool with Nowlin, which time Nowlin Mrs, Lynn. Mozcnn, Services: p.m. at the graveside at cemetery by the Rev. M. Howe of She Oakland of the Nazarene. Friends call at Turner chapel west 1 p.m. Souvcmna From Heart VIENTIANE, Laos (AP) Premier Souvanna Phouma, has been on the French for a month recuperating a heart attack, is making good recovcrcy and will (PB IsHO fcwl to Laos about Oct., 15, a ernment spokesman Hunitli EslnbiilrTcrTfrT 1883 Third SE, Cedar Ranlds. lowo Rapids, week. Bv mnll: Nloht Edition and Sunday 6' Issues a month, o vcor: ternoon Editions nnd Sunday 7 S3 85 a monlh, a year, ouici ond U.S. territories SfiO.OO a year. No Subscriptions accepted In arcos having Cnjelle carrier into ;s place with venti- ng machines. On March 0, lie testified, Now- in, Conner and he went to Con- ier's Bertram home to get a liotgun. (Martin said Conner jot the firearm, but Conner's wife earlier testified that Martin licked it up.) The three test-fired the weap- m after sawing off the slock and barrel, Martin claimed. The Cellar Itapiils Gazelle: Tlmrs., Sept. 26, 1974 rectal area and part of the urinary bladder. Male Cells Dr. Weland also testified that tests "ne conducted :i from Miss taken uterus and upper vaginal area of smears Connolly's Vowlin jlhers reportedly told if they "didn't the have enough guts to use a gun" in the robbery, to "say so now." Hacked Out That, Martin said, was when le backed out. In other testimony, the youth said Nowlin pointed a gun at lirn on March 10 and said if he went to the police, he would 'get" him. During cross examination, Martin admitted going out of .own with Nowlin and Conner on March 9 to "case" a tavern that three planned to rob the next day. Martin said he was ;oing to participate. The prosecution is expected to call two former Linn county jail cellmates of Nowlin's to the stand Thursday afternoon. Conner Last The final witness is scheduled to be Conner. He was broughl here from the penitentiary at Fort Madison Wednesday. Nowlin's lawyers have not-in- dicated what, if any, their de- fense will be. The prosecution, according to Jones County Attorney David Remley, will rest Friday morn- ng. The trial may continue into next week. Judge Hyland has said he will nol hold court Saturday. The last of the prosecution's expert witnesses, Cedar Rapids pathologist Dr. Regis Weland, testified Wednesday afternoon in the murder trial of George Now- lin and was followed by two wit- nesses whom the stale attempt- ed to use to indirectly implicate howed male sperm cells arge numbers." (fw of the stale's arguments is that the Nowlin he the murder of was raped prior to her death.) On cross examination by the defense, the doctor stated that n view of the life span of such cells, intercourse could have oc- curred up to 30 hours before the death. Also during questioning by one of Nowlin's two lawyers Dr. Weland said Miss Connolly fully clothed when he firs viewed her and that her clothing was not in disarray. Tresa Conner, .whose husband Atwell, was convicted in Jones county for Miss Connolly's murder, testified that she ant her six children were with her husband and Nowlin when one of the two shotguns allegedly used in the crime was thrown into the Cedar river. Near City Facility Mrs. Conner said Nowlin told her he "wanted to get rid of the that he "didn't want to get in any trouble with it." She claimed the firearm was dis carded near the sanitation de partment in Cedar Rapids March 17, 'one day after Miss Connolly's body was discovered. Mrs. Conner testified that shi ater led the police to the loca on. She also told of occurrences on March 9, the day before Mis Connolly was reportedly killec Her husband and Steve Martin she said, came to the Connc lome near Bertram to pick u Conner's shotgun. Mrs. Conner's credibility as a witness was disputed by the defense in cross-examination. Questions Challenged One of Nowlin's court-appoint- ounly, in which three to five icriff's deputies were constant- within a few feet of the de- endant, security during this rial has been more relaxed. Normally the Cerro Gordo ounty sheriff and two of his eputies Jiave been in the couri- oom. But, at times, there has ieen but one guard near Now- in. When asked of the compara- ivcly loose security, Cerro Gordo county Sheriff G..D. Allen aid, "It may seem like it, but Ne'rc watching him." Nowlin lad two scrapes with guards tiring the Story county trial, nduding one at the conclusion vhen he swung at one of the deputies and had to be re- strained. Emotionless Throughout the current trial, Nowlin, has ben motionless. He occasionally whispers to Ihe depulies and to his two lawyers. During testimony he often makes notes, with pencils he carries in his coat pocket, on a .egal pad which he takes to and 'mm the courtroom in a legal 'older. At times, he wears black lorn-rimmed glasses. Unlike the first trial, Nowlin's wife Dana has not been present, fhe Jones county sheriff, Ralph Albaugh, said he had been in- 'ormed the two were separated. le did: not know if the reported separation was a legal separa- ion or not, but Nowlin has been confined in the Linn county jail' and men's reformatory at Ana- mosa since March. ed lawyers implied until his line of questioning was chal- lenged by the state that Mrs. Conner's motive for testifying against Nowlin was tied to her husband's conviction on the same charge. Another witness, Donald Coman of Cedar Rapids, said Nowlin left a pump-type, sawed- off shotgun (the one shown in court) with him to be repaired. Coman testified that Nowlin picked it up March 17 arid said lie "wanted to feet rid of it be- fore it got him in any trouble" Maureen Connolly. Dr. Weland, who performed .he autopsy on Miss Connolly in !owa City's Mercy hospital March 17, described in vivid de- ,ail the condition of the dead girl's body when he examined il .he day after it was found in rural Jones county. He said there were two major wounds, both caused by shotgun blasts: One was in the back of the head and another in the lower vaginal-rectal area. Head Wound First It is his opinion that the heat wound was inflicted first, per- haps three to five minutes be- fore the other. The cause of death, nccordin] to the doctor, was "definitely" the shooting into the head, which he said "literally made mush" of the brain. He listed the death as "im- mediate." The other gunshot, the patho- logist stated, entered Ihe body through the clothing at approxi- mately the area of the anal opening. He said the shell frag- ments passed deeply into the pelvic region and destroyed much of the vaginal canal, (lie during his August trial in Story because "the bad already killed a couple of people." Co- man said Nowlin told him lie was "gonna throw it in the Ce- dar river." Security Relaxed The defense, noting thai Coman was a small arms spe- cialist in the army, asked the witness why he testified that the gun Nowlin had was a Win Chester while telling the police March 19 that the weapon was a Remington. In contrast to the very tigh security surrounding Nowlin (Continued from Page 1.) ident might have made him more susceptible to the clots. Apparently some time in the last few days a clot in a leg 'ein, or a piece of a clot, be- came dislodged and began mov- ng toward the heart, pushed along1 by the blood. Nixon has no chest pain from the clot, Lungren said. Nixon's wife, Pat, has been 'isiting her husband daily, driv- ing to the hospital from their seaside villa in San Clemente, 50 miles south of Long Beach, a hospital official said. Telephone calls, letters and telegrams continued to pour inlo the hospital, most expressing encouragement. For the second straight day a small plane char- tered by a supporter flew over the hospital towing a banner reading, "Nixon We Love You. And God Loves You." But several callers made threats, such as "Kill 'Let him die" and "I'm going to get hospital officials said. One told police on Monday he had planted a bomb in the hospital. Assoctoled Press Is entltl exclusively lo Ihe uie (or rcnubllcollor oil the locol news printed In lilts poticr as well aj all AC news dispatches. floral artistry FLORIST Town and Country Shopping Center 364-2146 IVi' never how little we need in this world until we know the loss of it. 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