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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 4, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                WUlMfB Sf HVICf fOiHCAt.1 if 7AM t SI Ifr- 1 30.00 HOW'ON 3034 EWVOhK DEATHS Herbert Morrow llerherl Morrow. IK, ol Sevenlh avi-nnr SK, ii Kapids reside-ill more thai years, died Friday followim; long illness. Horn Jan. Ill, III1I2, al Harm :Slighr Hike In Crime in Cedar Rapids Fl'l s report on erinii i Tapes (Continiii'd from I'ago I.) iimly slrivcs In prilled wbal belongs In tin- pulilic. The hill does not question Nix- on's ultimate- ownership of the .itapes and papers but deals only I'hi- cd.ir Italiiils 1 liilu.v. Ortoher 1, III7I year, released Thursday -l. indioaios lolid crinics wen v- i ae-l. il slipnliiles Ihiit Nixon 'reported in (.i-dar Hapids during first half of I lie ic was married to Marian I-'. Smock. Dec. 21. I'.HI, Wichilii, Kan. During World il till' courts manslaughter, is lorcmic i.-ipes, .tii roonerii-s, m-w co; I he served with Ihe army assiiulls. HUH bur- force, lie was a earpcnler "u Construction moior" vehicle' Ihefls. body on Wednesday direel-seems possible without Communist Watergate- I1 (Continued from Page 1.) SSUS Behind .had completed only 10 inler- A viutt-s. l-'ivc pe.M-.sons were ex- C ii'uscd, apparently because the i! cn y s v T m. attorneys lhcy KOMI-; (M'l The collapse of had indicated bias. Five re- llalv's IKilh government lllc ,sti'' ileel lo one more round of dial- World war II is causing concern Ihiin usual because noj potenliiil juror was new e-oiililion ciip.'ible of coping-asked nearly 101) questions. c economic e-risis1 "We questioned them very Sirica said. "I don't if they're prejudiced or c or more than Hi years prior lo; n ;ed llnd. lie. Mxon papers parlicipalion d ,cst [or retirement. U, I runes lor "T Thn long-simrnering Mr. .Morrow was a niemher of .six months" of a l'olc '''n limlcl 144 edar Christian eliureh; llan- because they were "not compa-! UK government was a jurors for this phase of o mran Leio ost Se- 'l, laclor in Ihe collase ss. Unless the UflWtAlHJSFOIOCAST Snow and rsin die forecast for the northern Rockies and noHhern Plriins. Showers are expected from Ihe mid Mississippi volley lo "the Great Lakes. Rain is likely also over parts of Ne York and Pennsylvania. [ford American Legion post: Se- no) nior Men's Chrislian club of tabulaliuns." YMCA. and Carpenters Union j local Ml. Slight Increase Surviving are his wile: a daughter, Mary E. I'caler, Cedar Rapids: a son, llerherl. jr., II.V a 11 s v i I le. Mil.: two sisters, Ora Lake and Opal I'ar- dubslty. bolh of Cedar Hiipids. land three grandchildren. ICeelar Services: Chapel of Memories j cause al a.m. Monday bv theHiiclhoc .aclor in Ihe collapse seleclion process. Unless the Thai provision was added lo centcr-lef! coalition picks up markedly, it will bill approving S200.000 in Premier Mnriano liiimor. rtake more Ihiin ii week to colli- sion and expenses for Nixon lo, of each. "Sealing Everything" second largest parly in Italy. II Sirica and the lawyers were serious crimes, according to songhl for onc Of every four voles jurors when lawyers sislanl Chief .John Frgcr. j The senate nleelions and Nixon delivered lo the The reason no crime Friday iigrceel pnwerful General Con- judge's office a sealed envelope lislics were released in theithe house-passed measure. of Liibor. II also con-'containing millions asking him Hlapids report was voted unanimously (ijo government in lo quash subpoenas requiring of ii chiinge-ovcr in Ihejtrim ils own proposed and several olher mu- Nixon's testimony. of reporting larceny- j figure lo conform lo Ihe one of the subpoenas was is- jliev. Neville iCedar Christian ehurch. Burial: i Lnder Ihe old mclhod. Memorial with in July. 1973, .l The Weather Marriages Dissolved and Clene Anclmrage M M M Atlanl.1 M 39 Bismfrck 57 rtO Clllcaqo 57 50 Denver 83 17 Dululh 59 38 Ptioerl Honolulu ..81 73 .65 Sc.lltlt. Hnuslon BO 61 Washington 53 1 n.vorsvilli1 j Gravel, VI. Saturday at i I St. Francis Xavier basilica. Ro- sary at and Scripture ser- vice al 8 Fnday at Kramer's. Solon F.rnest Kaplan. Sat- Rrosh's, Odar s c r v i c e s II n uk.'lanry Reed. Dennis Alan and Min'apons 43 n JC'.lenda Susan MdilliROtt. IS 71 k 50 3B ..99 75 Extended Forecast Chance j Fires a.m. Thursday. Ot rain Sundav through at FourU-rnti, i enuc bW. day. Lows Sunday, upper 20s norlhwcsl lo near -10 southeast. ]f Highs, mid 50s. Lows Monday, mid .'Ills to low -Ills and higns. mid 60s to low 70s. C. R. Weather High Thursday Low overnight Noon Friday 2 p.m. Friday Precipitation Total for October Normal for October Normal through October ..52 Tl.ur.day. Unk- nown lo Ri'a.ss :ind logs, behind I824i.i Sixteenth avenue SW. p.m. Thursday. Inves- tigate odor in Imildinir at 1101 Twenty-seventh avenue SW. p.m. Thursday. Possible i short in radio equipment ill air- p.m. Thursday. Unknown lo car seal across from Wilson avenue SW. None ..2.26 .2H.39 Total for 1374 ..............39.117 Barometer, falling ........30.00 Humidity at noon ..........55% Wind dircclion and velocity at 2 p.m. S al M mph. p.m. Thursday. Short in fan motor at econd street SE. a.m. Friday. Cuu.se, under invesliKHtim. at Salty Don tav- ern, highway 30 and West Post road W. Magistrate's Court Spcedint; Jeffrey C Clayton I'-i'ger said. ,version. Under Ihe old method, aban-j Hut the senalc commitlce measure went one Klep further Mian Ihe house by placing I.UL.H m by Hanlord would determine Ihe price Friends may call at Ihe Cedar i slolcn- lnc Memorial funeral home after change-over, the value of the Rapids. Helen Scull, (il. Fan-celt's. Car-Truck Crash Blocks Highway 30 Highway 30 east of Cedar Rapids was blocked for about four hours Friday morning fol- lowing a car-semi accident that injured two persons aboul a.m. Treated at a Cedar Hiipids hospital and released were the driver of Ihe car. Ginger Fayc Porl, 28. Davenport, and a pas- senger. Eileen Dempscy. 8, of Fiflh avenue, Marion. Linn deputies reported Hie car. westbound on Ihe highway about two miles east of Pali- sades-Kepler slide park, crossed the center line and struck Ihe sastbound truck head-on. The truck was driven by Johnny ft. Fields, route one. Sallisaw, Okla. noon Sunday and al Ihe chapel after il a.m. Monday. The fami- ly suggests that friends may. if they wish, donale to the Cedar C h r i s I i a n church memorial fund. The casket will be closed I at Monday. Mrs. Lewis Sfreit Marie Slrcil. 70, widow of Lewis Strcit and a Cedar Rapids resident before moving to Man- chester in 194G, died Thursday in Sioux Cily. item as given by the victim is used. Despite lhu lack of compari- son, Ihe number of larcenies listed has increased, Erger said. The FBI reported a 16 percent Sun rises Saturday, sunjliams, Erigewood; fined S40 and r w iL'osls. J a m e .s Rvan, 33'.M 'Us' I Susan drive NW; fined S35 Year Ago Inday High, ,..osi.s. Larry Dcboest, Todd- crcaFcd 17 percent over thcjcighl senators that he slill is mjgni same period last year, whether il would ,Q Rov, is survived by a son. Charles II. Boycr. jr.. Cedar Rapids: two daughters. Mildred Achison, Sioux City, and Louise Nelson. Des Moines. several grandchildren and great-grand- children. Services: Saturday at at Bohnenkamp's, M a n c h c s I. e r. where friends may call. Scrip- lure service Friday al 8 at Ihe! funeral home. iiiilf of In DCS .Moines Crime in Des Moines ,ued by defendant John Ehrlieh- man, former high-ranking aide Rumor's Chrislian Democrats. jn Nixon While House. The aly's dominant parly came from special prose- -ciling on salaries for World war II. has steadfastly eiilor Leon Jaworski. government personnel who cans-ejected the Communists' de- assist Nixon through Feb. The ceiling was calculated on now assigned by Ihe govern- ment lo help Nixon. But it ex- cluded payment for Nixon's va- let and maid. In another action involving Nixon. Watergate special prose- in-icutor Ixion Jaworski has wrillcn he slill mands for inclusion in the gov- ernment. But the Socialists, the second largest party in the rul- ing coalition, have increasingly supported the Communist de- mand, and their battles wilh the Chrislian Democrats crippled the government. The new crisis raised fears in "I'm scaling everything in- volved in this matter until after the jury has been Sirica said. He refused even lo give copies lo the prosecutors or Ehrlichman's attorneys. While they couldn't be con- firmed, reports circulated in the federal courthouse that Nixon's lawyers had cited his health and Western capitals Ihal ing lo lhc report. DCS Moinesjproper for his final Walcrgalc of the Communists lo the gov- be lhc only al- govcrnment paraly- .............-conomic collapse. The Ihe only olher Iowa cilylj-epori lo include a chapter nn j 'if 'he listed. jthe former President's Treaty The increase in crime na-jmcnl. ition feared lhat once'in the gov- tionally "contrasts with actual: Jn a Idler disclosed on'I Communists would rcasons why he would be unable to ap- In Amnesty decreases of onc pcrcenl during Ihe same periods of 1973 and Ihe FBI reported. The sharp increase "con- tinued Ihe upward trend in day, Jaworski said he is pui] Italy out of NATO, i sidcring Ihe propriety of writing! importance the alii-! an appendix which would in- sharply whc elude transcripts of White House ils eastern neighbo pwara trend mantapcs. pulled "its forces last quarter of; The letter was sent lo c'Bhtincense of the Cypi iy General William judiciary commiltcc self V low. 57: rainfall, none. Traveler's Forecast Saturday U'ille: Dale Evans, 1836 A ave- nue NW; Glcnnis Crooks. Kit 3 (Continued from Page 1.) The sixth floor of Ihe Banco de .Sliwrs -Ki-281 EiRhtli avenue HE: Shwrs 7-1-50 PICldy 78-fifl .PICllly 72-52 Shwrs ..Shwrs 71-52 .Cloudy 72-56 .PtCk.lv 75-53 Bow] street SW: Moneene Slrotber. 281U O costs. Robert McDonald. 5475 Vermont street SW: Jo- seph Weiland, 1832 Second avenue SE: David Apled. 825 Weather. Bismarck Chicaso Cincinnali Clevcliind Dos Moines Dclroit....... Indianapolis Kansas City Milwaukee Mpls.-St. Paul Omaliii SI. Louis Sioux Falls Mississippi Stages (Klood slascsir, imu-he'ls) LiiCrosso (1-1 -1.7. no change Lanvini: MR) ll.fi. fall .1 Dam (IS) 11.11. fall .1 McGregor (i.3. fall -2 Outtrnlieru (151 3.5. fall .1 nubuque 17) 6.8. rise .7 Davenport (151 3.3. rise Kcokuk (16) 2.2. fall .1 Twelfth avenue SE; Dennis, drive llnduslria building crashed lo Ihe ground in Lima. A Iree Scbippor. 157 Belvede NW; Talricia Go thundered down onto Ihe hislor- ic university building in lea. Mrs. Stephen Compton Mary Complon, 53, wife of Stephen G. Compton, 17-12 Sixth avenue SIC, died in University hospitals, Iowa Cily Friday after a long illness. Horn del. 26, at liopkinlon, she had lived in Cedar Rapids for Ihe last 18 years. Complon was lhc Sanctuary Society of 1m NW: cadi filiccl a sludenl. who had asked Jaworski lof make "a full and complete1 record detailing any involvc- 1973." Attorney B. Saxbe said. The uniform crime report, di- vides serious crime into Iwo ca- Icgories. One if, violent, of Ihe former President." which include murder, forcible; senators said such a re- rape, robbery and aggravatcd'po r js necessary because assault. Ford's pardoning of Nixon effec- Violence Up ilivcly blocked any trial of lhc hen forces out of NATO prns crisis lasl. Short Fiat Week C A M P ATTERBL'RY, Ind. (AP A defense department. spokesman says deserters tak- ing part in President Ford's conditional amnesty program may be tried in military courts -The Fiat auto company Kri-j'l day pu, workers on M- hour work week, underlining Ihci don't fulfill their altcrna- Unifonn Code of if a false Military Justice economic crisis. lo obtain discharge is fK.l, whose sales have plungd m as a result of the world cneigy lie FBI said violent crimes crisis, said Ihe purpose of the the first half ot the year, com- pared lo four percent lasl year. The second category of prop- crimes includes burglary. and aulo thefl. They] reduced work week beginning lontinue under the Mar- lin Hoffman, general counsel for ,0 jlhe deparlmcnl, said Thursday. He said that if Hie mililary Shwrs (i-J-lli I Twenty-first street SW; Valaric Center Point; Terri Ar- 332 Carter street NW; Pirirlv 7ri-rii'Ted Knoll, Johnson ave- Kirk H i n t o n, 533 Thirtv-sixlb street. SE: Dennis Tt Fcrch Third avenue. SK; Holmes. A avenue K i street SW; LHVerne Meade, Michael Wilson, 2120 Cars Crushed A dormitory and houses in an agricultural experi- mental .station crumbled in su- burban Lima. Falling cornices from buildings in the capital Crowlcy. Marion, and one macidate Conception church. (j compared wilii! WASHINGTON Hep. Surviving in addition lo hen jn firsl husband are two nf Mrs. Al Gorman, Cedar Rapids, and Cindy Complon, Davenport; two brothers, Dennis Kchoc, ,Cedar Rapids, Dorrancc Kchoe, llowa City; a sister. Mrs. Del- crushed hundreds of cars. A man wilh appendicitis was in Ihe operating room of a Lima hospital when Ihe earth began to Iremblc. Doctors and nurses sprinted oul ol the budding, leaving him stretched on lhc lable while bottle's of medicine. The uniform crime report is based on crime slalislics fur- nished by cities, counties and stale law enforcement agencies. grandson. Services: Monday 10 a.m. 1m- maculale Conception church byj lhc Rev. William P. Leonard Burial: Immaculate Concept cemetery. Castle Grove, at 1 p.m. Rosary Sunday al Has in but Lives Moss (D-Cidif.) has charged Ihal Richard Nixon is a "securi- ty risk" and should no longer bc given classified briefings hy Monday would bc Ic, slow pro The company promised hjs scr. short week would not last be- prosecuted, vend Jan. J I. and that a special j u had hccn Ihiinglil thai dcscrlcrs could ignore alternative service einec out. of the military, since slate fund would help out em- ployes no longer working a full -10-hour week. 20-Percent Inflation civilian courts would have no jurisdiction in matter. generally have" remained "hid if-] Thc clemency program rc- govcrnmenl. In a Idler lo President "'as" their Rovernmcnl'tluil'cs deserters lo report Moss, chairman of a subcom- changed al a rale of more: thanilncil' Selective Service to ittcc dealing with government nnc yc.lr But nlis js thP i iNin-th Towne lane NE; each I tumbled and smashed. lined S20 and cosls. j _____________ I'iiully eiinipment Ronald! INilll. Toddville: Cedar at C'.R. (13) :..'ifi. Hvan, Sliellsbiirs; Robert. Short. .03 i H38 E avenue NE; each fined Coraiville Lake and costs. Improper pnssins: Diane Pool level Friday .GB3.41 where friends may call Sunday from 2 to 1) p.m. (Conlinued from Page L) though the companies may be Births Mercy Nielsen, Waterloo; fined them. Ihe prohibited area Oe.l. 2 Mr. and Mrs. Paul i Feln-enkrob 2111 Rlakc companies which are announc- inis Piekarl, R05 Owen SK) and ing culs are generally those that have had the highest prices Lo NW. a 'costs. Mclcr violation-Hide Evans. Olenn Bedell. Ml. Fiflh avcm.c: NW; fined S25 dallChler: Greseiry (rawfoicl, 305 EiRhlb slrert SW. -mil uisU.. dallRhter: James Kruse. 51 F.d- roail NW, Ivennetli Quillin, riage drive SW, a son. Driver's lieeose violalion d-innliler-l-liiy Jackmiin. -HOli Pepperwood hill SE: fined S15 and costs.] Timothy fiarbow, Third i stree't SW: fined and cosls. j Resisting lln officer Robert !I37 Twcnly-l'i Births Lulre's WiUkic.-.' SI37 Tu-cntv-hrsl OH. M To (he fi.rn.hes "I ,'SW: .'inocl S20 ni.rl costs. Vehicle control violalion _ daughler: Jiilin llmvi-ll. 1117 Ml. Vernon road SE. a daugh- ter; Krn-.v Alann. 2005 Eight- eenth avenue, Marion, a son; Kick r'nrrman. Palo, a son: Ste- ven Horn. Aid.-ley lane SW. a daimbler: (Ji'nrsi- Si-hiller. Eleventh iiveniu- SW. a ililimhter. Out of Town Births At Ill's Moinl's Mr. anil Mr-: .lohn Kodci-rs son Sept. Mrs. Welch is rlaiiKhter nf Mr. and Mrs. .1. Miiruld Sinonrn. 3115 Memor drive At Koiisliu. Idiihii Mr a William Dynl. Bever ave- nue lined and costs. Surah llobbs. 102-1 Sixteenth avenue SE; fined ami costs. 1'rohibileil Clie-ry] Sex'clilli avenue finetl and costs. violation "I don't know whether that (the recent culsi pul.s them down in our calegory yet or not." he said. Analyst Disagrees Meanwhile. Ihe dislrict ana- lyst for Amoco in DCS Moines disagreed wilh a slalemenl made Friday by Jack Kverclt of within 15 days after dis- information policies, said Nixon cabinet collapse (his year, and'ehargc from Camp Altcrbury to was guilty of illegal acts and i( as inflation'rages out alternative service re- Ihereforc is ineligible for (be percent and crel brielings which lie has regularly! William Brchm, assistant sec- reci'ii'ing since he resigned 'JOTS SI billinn a month 'rolary of defense for manpower Moss noted lhat F'ord himself; jn president reserve affairs, and Sclcc- slad. sits on his nigged acceptance of a talks lo -Service Director Byron Pc- ird. SEATI'LK (AP) Lloyd F.jel- in his skid row room and fingers iis Memorial Services nolchnok Ihal lists serial lo his 3.535 Series El that under .U.S. savings bonds. Icondilions Ihal Kit ha are worth more Irene bread wilh milk and Ke.ves. Saturtliiv ;it Christ Cbi.rcb Uniu-cl Preshy-land boils his hamburger in salt tcria.i by the Rev. Robert Bou-iwaicr lo spice up his life ton. Burial: Oak Hill e-emclery. i r e (i Friends may call at Tumor chiipt- unlil l'iiu-i> he has boughl over the years in ii sea bag locked lo his bed. Rul. would he judged under all nent ci'ileriii as a security joined Hoffman on the refleclcd lo Camp Allerbury nder these unease by postponing! T h r offlcl''lls wrn iard consultations lhc he Bracks area where about 100 de- Humor succeeded himself are being housed. "Two-Tiered Syslem" "If there is not lo he a .March as head of another Meanwhile, a r m y officials service. Axline. .lesse Claude vices were Friday a! 2 Clayton of (Velar Christia. cluircb. Buriid: C'edar Me.niiri- country, these briefings should he center-left coalition following a confirmed Thursday Ihal. Camp reshuffle of his previous might soon be closed net. In June he resigned, but'because fewer deserters than Leone rejected his were turning Ihem- gravily of "We're slill studying the pos- onomic silualion and demand-: iree predecessors who a vok, of of returning the opera- liriefcil, the jn lyirli-im'ent -''on Harrison I in Indian- maining bonds in a safely Truman. Ihe Honorable! won bc scalc ot Iva jDwighl D. Eisenhower and IhCi 0. isn'l worried ahoul jmissing bonds beciiuse Presidenl .Nixon left' [were immcdiiitely condilions analo- _r jciin'l be cashed, lie said to less lhan an honorable o'flavoidcd banks bci'iiuse "I don'llilischarge of his responsibililie.S; Lurch.Hike the expenses." 'given him hy Ihe American' His riches have1 been actiuirediuicciurate in liie elcclion i m Moiiiliiy. jslowly by living on ii hare sub-! whether Ihe brief-! Thompson, Slilr Priviit IMIlc-rsnn, Ili.rrirt Grave- li- M-i-viees MondiU' ;H I I lii-v. Werner Pines F.aplist observers see here reduce ap-prc- of Ihal s-licl 'Iotm ,again. Meanwhile, Ihe cabinet ki- jre-niiiins in eiffice ;is ;i ciircliiker: ;overnmenl. Drive Safely Shed Stolen Wesl Marion, reported Traffic I. iivenll cosls. OhstructiiiK er Milwiiukcc il'ic riiilro.'i S15 Iowa Doriths nr 1.1 Miihe-r. 71 F 1'eislville Alh Illl. Salunl.'-y ill SI. and cliiii'ch. Scbulli-V. siiid he expecls prices lo rise Mch.-itiv !he 70-c-ent per giillon ranee bv II n i l e d r, l. spring. Dave ul i I rid analyst, said the price ijustnienls are- based on Ihe cosli ''jlof crude oil, mil lhc retail sales] ,s.jof gasoline, lie also doubled Kvercll's conte-nlion lhat iirie-es will s'nin be raised again. "I don'l agree wilh il." he siiid "It's hard lo say what will happen lo Ihe cosl of crude oil; I don'l Ibink anybody could pre- dict now prices will bc Senior Citizen Buses Cedar Rapids System Telephone .163-8H-I Area Ten (SEATS) In Cedar Rapids HOS-MIS KIsewheroStXI-H'.-OTi siKlence level. "I live on as little of Richard Mxon, who is as i ran. 1 don'l have any employe of Ihe Ihe Linn sheriff's office Ihal a i-ies. I and Vrnmcnl. does mil in ilself con- feed shed, valued al hud .l' lie receives a ;1 rules. rs.isociiil sccunly henefils. Of of liighly cliissilied yearly income, his lotal malerial." 'iiinnuid i'xpensi-s iirc A asked Ford lo recogmx.e lew yeiirs ago he managed on uiiprcci'denled acl of iSI.KIO. bul inlliilion has laken ilsjrc'signiilion was indeed hroiighl :ibou! beciiuse ol lhc persona! lie cumpl.uiis Ihal his mil up Irom iiom llic a numlh he p.iid lii.-l yci.r. And on his liisl Irip In Ihe sluri' he .spout Express Your Sorrow With Flowers from a (p. flowcr 4 Seasons shop 3078 Ml. Vcmon Rd. 363-5885 s Special U-f har ,v with Flowai PIERSON'S SIK hi.US NW 1 InwerpliiHH- I" I'nMir >eirii-'-" AlHinI Dlir I're Service? Ci'iliir JOHW LAPKS MS ,'lnl Aie. 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