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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 15, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Obifucrries Harry J. Williamson j Harry J. Williamson. Ill, of 211 i Nelson, 7B. Seventeenth slreel Nlv "ifs iday al Klroy, Wis.. d Doubts Strong Protest To Pardon Monday fullowini; lonu illness Born Oct. ID. a( llawkeyc, long illness. ,istibjeels nl a press conference I Hnivorsity of l.nva Mcmo-'di'rtakei, Cedar Rapids city The Cedar IlapltLs naiitllr: Tucs., Octolirr 15, III74 3 "a good likelihood" that Ihc eommitlee would decide lo re- call Rockefeller. When Rockefeller concluded his testimony before tbe senale Sept. 25, Hie inl'or- by City Working Knergy-saving measures un- !rhl union Tuesd-iv mornini: 'employes last winter appear to MH W AtWttt POTOCASt Rain is expected from the eastern Gulf coast to the middle Atlantic states. A few snow flurries are forecast for northern Wisconsin and the upper parts of Michigan. Clear to part- ly cloudy elsewhere. The Weather Hiah temoerat perfllurc; cverni! donation: Anchoraqo 46 35 .19 L. Anneles 83 Atlanta ...6063 Miami ....8573 Bismarck ..5313 Min'apolis 5126 Chicago ...6244 N. Orleans as 71 .34 Denver .4935 New York ,fi4 Duluth ,.442fi .09 Phoenix ...91 67 Honolulu ..8773 Seattle ...6141 Housttn B5 Si .76 Washington 76 62 Magistrate's Court Visitation at Murdoch's in i Walker from (i p.m. Tuesday to [noon Wednesday and after 't I p.m. in the Marion chapel. Me- imorial fund established. S Ananiosa Harold Porter he was married In 17, 11115, al I Mr. Nelson was born in Klroyj of working. Mayor Don Canney J'wirl Si-ligjin He married to keye. lie been a resident of Cedar Selma Anderson there in and moved lo Cedar Rapids cal IK- Ray acknowl-isaid Tuesday in a memo thank-! mation about his gilts and the Goldberg book had nol come lo light. Rapids M years. lie was an affiliated past shipful master of Ma souk1 lodge. A.P. A.M.. and past worthy patron of Malta chapter, O.ti.S. Mr. Williamson was foreman of the sheel metal department of lhe Chandler Co. for 23 years prior to his retire- ment in Surviving in addition to his wife are a son. .lack W.. Cedar Rapids; a daughter. Mrs. Rob- ert llammill, Cedar Rapids; two sisters. Marvel Mackie, City, and Nell Hathaway, Pro-; livin: five grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Services: Turner chapel cast al p.m. Wednesday by Ihe Rev. Michael Last of Hope Lu- theran church and Mizpah Ma- sonic lodge. Burial: Cedar Me- morial. Friends may call at IIH'1. He was employed at Or-i Union Bus depot lunchroom i ,hcn j( from 1944 until when he moved lo Oakdale. Survivors include three _ ,_ Lye and of Klroy. is John of lillyn. III.; (laughters. Mrs. Clifford Mus- schl of Wildwood, 111., and Mrs. "astounded andpt! employes for Iheir coopera-l Rockefeller has taken full re- isurprised" al President isponsibiiity for publication of 1 pardon of ex-President Nixon. ljilsl November, Canney book and apologized to Gold- He added, however, that Clint Prior of Cedar Rapids: more sophisticated than I'for four steps to conserve en-'berg for it. although saying he rwiifbe a'strong pro-iergy: reducing building temper-1only learned last week Ibal his in the slate and driving 55 mph or lessibrnlher had financed it. asiOUtside Ihe city, turning off un-: Al a news conference in Las necessary lights and finding Monday. Goldberg said More Sonhisticaled itcrnatives lo their aulos for statement taking MOH. SophiMicaicd responsibility was "very reinim- beheve the Iowa voter is, AdditJ0nally, t me n I s'Scent" ol former President Nix- far grandchildren, and grandchildren. i 'using most, o'f the city's gasolineion's statement that he would great- rind will vote for the best can- RsM jn cu( down lakc fuM responsibility for the didate and on lhe issues. consumption. 'Watergate affair, allgardless past scandals in; ___ _______ m____tl__. of ;im victim of a scurrilous l Washington. __________ said. "The He said he felt Ihc pardon John Lowery John Lowery, formerly of vlinn. ,inc Turner's cast 1 p.m. lips Wednesday ;l Speeding Occic Gulp. Gueltseh's. 'iFourteenth avenue SW; fined S40 and cosK Brian Dietman, 1240 E avenue, Marion: Joseph Thompson, 1503 Sixth street NW; Paul Burrows. 4230 F av- enue NE; Charles Gaulke. Extended Little or! Rosedale road SE; Richard no rain is expected Thursday j through Saturday. Highs, at at Vljiton Owen E. Worlhon, Tliursday at 10, Whitc-Phil- (Continued from Page 1.) ME; Donovan Merry Johnson, Noe, Vinton; Danbury I street NE; William Quinn. 317 jG avenue NW: Mary Shcaffer, 50s lo low 60s. Lows in 30s loj Mayer. 184 Brcntwoo'd drivejwas fired, lower 40s. C. R. Weather High Monday Low Noun Tuesday 2 p.m. Precipitation Total for October Normal for October Normal through October 'total for 1974 Barometer, rising Humidity at noon in the Watergate case Marion; Sandra Anderson. (HIS 48. Hickory boulevard SE; Ward 50; Combs, jr.. Des Moines: Lind- German, Eleventh SE: 1670 Michael James Moh- Steven Schmicklc. .29.39j Twenty-seventh street. Marion; Other than disclosures from the tapes, the story Ben-Vcnisle outlined in his 3-hour, 10-minute Wednesday. The casket will not be open after lhe service. All Master Masons arc asked In mceli at Turner east by p.m. Wednesday. Mrs. Robert Kutchera Margaret A. wife of Robert Kutchera, Kutchera. a familiar one. statement. II began with Ihc meetings al which Mitchell, Job S. Ma- grudcr and Gordon Liddy allegedly planned the Watergate through its execution and the ever more-frantic cf- Sevenlecnlh street SE, a Cedar Rapids resident most of her life, died Monday following a linger- ing illness. She was a partner in the Kutchera Construction Co. She was born July I. 1805. at was married Fob. nol hurl President political fulure as much was a dirty business, ev- gallonslierybody knows that. It was the for Ihc same'same hatchet job that had been .ers, Belly Malison of Isanlij and Vivian Dielman of S. D.: and a son. Jack, Min- neapolis. Services: 11 a.m. Thursday al the Strike funeral home in Isan- li. .Burial: Memorial Gardens cemetery. Minneapolis. Snyder Infant Mark David Snyder, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Key County Ray described Linn cotinly "a key county that should be very important in determining Ihe ..40.80 ..30.31 Wind direction and velocity at 2 p.m. W at 12 mph. Sun rises Wednesday, sun sets. Year Ago Today High. 71: low, 41; rainfall, none. Traveler's Forecast Wednesday Weather. Hi-I.n ...PtCldy 55-20 ...PlCldy .PtCldy Lotus Schwartz. 1S3U to bottle up the story. ington avenue SE: Susan Sha-l hcen. Albtirnett: Davin. Eleventh street, j Marion: Ruby Longerbcam. 11105 Gretchcn drive SW: David A11 five defendants are charged with a conspiracy to obstruct justice, which Bcn- Venistc described as "an agrcc- Cbarles mcn( among or mnrc Bismarck Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland DeK Moines Detroit ___ ___PtCldy 57-42 I roT to violate Ihe laws, jard Dittmar. 214 Sixth street SW: Orvillc Bongs. 1512 Sixth I street NW; each fined and I costs. Thomas Morrisscy, Wa- terloo; Peggy Countryman, 22R Rroadmore road NE: Donald Drafter, Tiplon: William Elliott. First street SW: David Hurl, Anamosa; Wayne Wall. 1255 Fourth avenue SE; each fined S20 and eosls. Indianapolis........Fair 02-44 Kansas City........Fair Milwaukee .....Cloudy (il-35 Mpls.-Sl. Paul ...PtCldy 5Y-2ti Omaha...........Fair St. Louis ..........Fair (iB-44 Sioux Falls .....PtCldy (il-35 Mississippi Stages (Flood slasps in brackets) LaCrossc (12) 5.0, no change Lansing (IS) 7.9, no change Dam D (18) 12.5, no change McGregor (18) (i.7, no change Gultenbcrg (15) no change Duburiue (17) 7.2. fall .1 Davenport (15) 4.3, fall Keo'Kuk (1C) rire Nixon Health Hearing Planned For Thursday WASHINGTON (UPI) U. S. District Judge John Sirica Tues- day scheduled a hearing for afternoon on whether avenue SE; fined and costs, [former President Nixon should Faulty equipment .Jimmylbe compelled lo testify al the Grulkey. 512 McKinley street Watergate cover-up trial. cl.'. "ll'J.i "I think the sooner we dispose of this Ihe belter off we'll be." Sirica said, announcing lhe 'hearing would be held after the .PIC'Idy 70-37] vehicle conlrnl violation .PlCldy GIMI1 SK: Tony Tlnsl.v. 2124 Mallory street, SW; David nil Thirty-seventh street NE; each fined Sin and costs. Traffic sifina! violation Ransom Coughlin. 818 tcenlh street SE: Robert Toddville: each fined S20 and costs. Colleen Ruth, Eight- eenth avenue SW; Marie Se- vart, 167 Sixteenth avenue SW; Ronald Casbman, Mans- field avenue SE; Robert Bean. 1215 Blairs Ferry road, Marion: Dennis Re i t c n b a ugh, 77 adjourns for the day J Cedar at C.R. (13) .02 Coralviile Lake Pool level Tuesday Births Mercy Thursday. Nixon was subpoenaed to tes- tify bolh by the defense and lhe prosecution. His lawyers have asked Sirica to excuse Nixon from testifying, contending on the advice of .his Twenty-sixth avenue SW; traveling lo Wash- linglon would pose "a serious Douslas Gipson. "j5 ''ca'lh'" NE; fined S35 and! Both the defense and prosccu- 1922, in Cedar Rapids. Mrs. was a member of 1m- maculalo Conception church. Surviving in addition lo her husband are two daughters, Mrs. John Hcefner and Mrs. Dale Sage, both of Cedar Rapids; seven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren; and three sisters, Bea May, Rock Island, III.. Irene Fair- oanks. Birmingham, Mich., and Adelyn Moycr, El Paso, Texas. Services: Turner chapel cast al 10 a.m. Wednesday by the Rev. William P. Leonard. Burial: Ml. Calvary. A prayer service will be conducted at Turner cast at p.m. Tues- day by Father Leonard. Friends may register at the chapel. The casket will not be opened al any time. The family suggesls thai friends may. if they wish, con- tribute lo the charity of thcii choice. School (Continued from Page 1.) been paid for out, of Hie dis- trict's 2.5 mill levy for school- house construction. Those areas are still lo he remodeled in Ihe oilier Iwo schools. Classroom refurbishing and media center renovation would be done in all four buikl- SE, died Monday in University hospital in Iowa City. He was born Oct. 9. Surviving besides his parents are a twin brother, Anthony Michael; his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rnyder and Mr. and Mrs. Vearle Haney, II of Cedar Rapids; and his ji'eal-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John E. Brumlcy, Iowa City, Ann Scolaro. Cedar ilapiis. and Florence Snyder of Perry. outcome of lhe Second district congressional race in which in- cumbent Tom Riley faces Dem- ocrat Michael Blouin. Ray warned. "The energy crisis is not necessarily over. Iowa could experience a heating oil shortage for this winter." Speaking of high oil and gas he said, "the simplest solution is if you don't like the high prices, buy less. This is a message they can understand." Major Problem Ray stressed that the one of the major problems facing the ages from a firm which he claims altered the odometer of a van later sold lo him. iyn driv eosls. Meter violation Plowman. 181! Rever avenm. son: Ted Ealy, Belle Plainc. nj.inun It ion must, spouses to Thursday. Defendant Kkwall. 727 Fifth street SE; fined and eosls. Daniel Sleyne, 1735 n street son: Ouy Williams. supply written Nixon's request by million higher than one for district court Monday. He John Ehrlichman Kailurc lo stop Kenneth Blairs Ferry road NE, a daUR 27K] eosls. contends the former President is "an indispensable witness" and must be compelled lo provide testimony under oalh in some Improper passing l Henderson. C'oggon; Births St. Luke's Oct. M To the families of .lames Seventh Muspl, -Mil Owen street NW. a daughter. Marriage Licenses Sherry Housing and Daniel Strohman, Sharon Roclle andjS'. wednesd; Paul Ing, Debra .fibben and .Luke s Robert Franks. Jean Easterly j Goeltseh's. nnri James Gilli'spie. all of Cedar Cedar Vet-id (Continued from Page I.) fined jlhcir products and that those t: Prjilrllpr ,t___ i._ Rapids. Martha Rapids, and llarley Fil- loon, Toledo. Kristine Johnson, Cedar and Joseph al at Alone- r.roff Cedar Rapids, and Lutheran church. Ovcr- ard Kikcnlmr.v. Waterloo. S.nn-j lane! dra Pnrazil. Fairfax. and Gerald Hoppe. Verona. Wis. "Farmers will be advised to hold their production on the [farms unlil their price demands arc Slaley said. "Quiet Determination" "It's lime for farmers lo price Wednesday al al their Slaley said. "It Burial: Washington just as patriotic for farmers cemetery. Drrnralt Wally Grant. nd eosls. Iowa Deaths Mon-irollo Ann." T. Stead al al SlJ Mclhodisl church.: I range use." futurc .va.. planning such as land He pointed out acres a year arc being taken out of farm use for urban develop- ment. We do not object to peo- making a profit. We do was up 14 percent (2.500! apology lo the American people. (Continued from Page 1.) isional committees lo obtain in- formation about controversial organizations. The court will re- view a ruling of the U. S. court of appeals in Washington bar- ring the senale internal security eommitlee from subpoenaing Sues CharCjinCl Mileage A Cedar Rapids man filed suit n federal district court Monday asking more than dam- banks records of the United States Servicemen's Fund. Guy C. Arnold, 1925 Central! Agreed lo decide whether lax- drive SW. slated in his maV' am frncum" thai Smith Motor Co., R-nnt- stances, sue the Internal Reve- Brook- field, Mo., sold a van lo a Cedar Rapids used car dealer- ship in 1973 and Ihe odometer ofi the van registered 54.209. Arnold claims thai when Smith Motor Co. purchased the van earlier cantile Co., from Purdin Mer- Purdin. Mo., the I'll- marniiu a JJIVMH. "v, lurner chapel west will planning is the neces- in charge of services, time ofisa sngredicnt 10 progress." which will be announced fhc press was held The casket will not be open in which ,nc any time. Memorial Services Taylor, Howard L. 1 p.m. Tuesday in Chapel of Memories Hev. Lawrence A. Chamberlain nf Kenwood Park United Presbyterian church, Burial: Cedar Memorial. Ar- rallfiements by Cedar Memorial funeral home. governor addressed U. of 1. stu- I dents. I'incb, Floyd 1 Wednesday in Chapel of Mem- ories by the Rev. Allen S. Van Clcve of Central Park Presby- terian church. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Arrangements by Cedar Memorial funeral home. nccher. Hazel C. a.m. Tuesday al Realty-Bciirle ehapol by the Rev. John S. Shew. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Hearing Set on Dismiss Motion In Murder Case A hearing is lo he held Wednesday on a motion lo dis- Imiss Ihe murder inrlielmenl against Eddie Aycrs. The hearing was scheduled The bond package to be con-iwhcn lhe 23.yEar.0id Cedar sidereri by voters Dec. 10 is al.raigncd in Million More (Continued from Page I.) lomatic lies between the U.S. and Algiers before boarding nis special aircraft. Kissinger said his three-hour conference with Boumedicnne Monday night centered on oil prices. Algeria has stuck firm to its policy of high oil prices. Arab arrangements for the coming Rabat conference have cut into Kissinger's mission, but Ihe secretary of slate remained confident he has made progress toward arranging a new round of Middle East peace talks. Kissinger, who visited Egypt, Jordan. Saudi Arabia. Israel, Syria and Algeria, issued an op- timistic report of his trip before leaving Damascus Monday for Algiers. He told van's odometer showed 74.225. Smith Motor Co. changed the odometer so it showed fewer miles than the true mile- age so the selling price would be higher Arnold's petition said. He asked in damages lo cover lhe cost of the excess purchase price due to the odo- meter change and for repairs marie lo the van. Rockefeller- (Continued from Page I.) Times reported Tuesday that the House Judiciary Committee plans lo look into possible con- nections between a Rockefeller family contribution lo former President Nixon's cam- paign and Nixon's reversal of Iwo rulings against an Eastern Airlines acquisition. The Rocke- nue Service lo block collection of taxes. Dismissed a challenge lo an Indiana prostitution law on grounds it unconstitutionally ap- ilied only to women. Refused to order a jury trial .0 decide whether black actor Stepin Felchit, was defamed when a television documentary said he portrayed "lhe tradilion of lhe lazy, stupid, crap-shoot- ing, chicken stealing idiot." Refused lo inlerfcre in the dis- missal of a malpraclice suit filed againsl Dr. Dcnton Coolcy, pioneer heart specialist, by the survivor of history's first recipi- ent of an artificial heart. same project which volcrs re- jected by a narrow margin last spring. All of the increase is due to inflation, officials said. School officials say approval of lhe bond measure will speed the work up and beat rising costs. At a 4 p.m. work session Mon- day afternoon. Assl. Supt. Wil- liam Ramstad said architects for tbe remodeling project will discuss the junior high bond measure with lhe board at a -1 p.m. work session Oct. 211. Ramstad said a fee schedule would be among tbd items dis- cussed. Programs are planned for lice. 3 in each junior high school. Ramslad said. The pro- grams will feature a part of each school's curriculum, but foi- Marriages Dissolved fun Dudloy. Paul Ann Ut. Fires ls. Kan. Plnine Anne l.roprr. Mich. Thursday al llalverson's. Burial: cemetery. Viritatinn Wednesday. Caltnar' Mare He Wednesday al 1 ,-il Catholic church. Valvo i Tuesday at French's Kimherly Lansing. at after HI Waiiknn _ David C.allaRliei, products manufacturers lo price their lines or for labor unions to strike." He said the mood of the Fayi'lle meeting, which drew more than persons from a 10-counly area of northeastern Iowa, was one of "quiet deter- mination." BJ Although he refused In release nationwide attendance figures. is accused in Ihe shooting death of John Beving al Ihc 61-year- old victim's residence at 919 Sixth street SE Sept. 1. Also arraigned Monday on a murder charge in Ihe case was K e 11 c y Johnson, 17, Cedar Rapids. Johnson's attorney asked for stay of proceedings in lhe case while an appeal is before newsmen al Damas- cus airport of finding "some positive and encouraging signs" during the trip and said lhe job was "to put them inlo concrete focus." The Algerian government news agency APS said Monday night that Kissinger's "personal conviction" that conditions for peace have improved was not based on "any solid promise or proposition." fellers have, Eastern. large holdings in In a dispatch from Washing- Ion, the Times quoted commit- tee sources as saying the inves- tigalion would be in connection with President Ford's nomina-, Fian 336-Omt ex A proposal for a 336-unit hous- ing development near Ihe inter- section of 0 avenue and Edge- wood road NW has been submit- ted lo Ihe Cedar Rapids plan- ning department. Along with the proposal, a request was made to (he city council for the proper- io B-l and R-2 from its present R-l classification., The petition was filed by the lion of Nelson Rockefeller lo belland owners, Kenneth R. and vice-president. Rockefeller has reported lo (the committee that he made lo 18 present or former public of- ficials or staff members while lhe Iowa supreme appeal challenges American singer and officials said Boumedicnne Kis- also court. The a juvenile 'relations. discussed bilateral issues, hut [here was nn word about lhe possible renewal of diplomalic lion on Ihe bond issue. NEW DELHI IAP) Ian and India restored telephone connections Tuesday for the; first lime since their last war! .almost three years ago. Switch-i I hoards were quickly swamped. court order permitting Johnson to he tried as an adull. j The request for a slay was] refused and a continuation the arraignment, scheduled forj next Tuesday. j Aycrs' dismissal motion con- tends Ihe stale not comply j wilh a statute requiring dismiss-! al of a case if an indictment is; nol returned within .10 days after a suspect is "held lo an- swer" In a charge. Ortha R. Harstad and Edgar L. King, and the option holder, Donald M. Caraway. The land, aboul 51.5 acres, is roughly bounded by Edgcwood road, Hillside drive, Elaine lie was governor of New York.jdrive and a line exlcnding north He also has reported outsland-lfrom Twenty-sixth street, ing loans of to three of I Designed by Architect David Ihc 18. Brost. lhe development is Allen said "an exhaustive in- veslignlion must be made and all leads pursued" if Ihc senate called BriarRidge Estates, and includes two swimming pools and two lakes as well as lhe committee- is to fulfill its re-jhousing units. sponsibilily in acting on Rocke- feller's nomination. Cannon could not be Housing will include 32 four- plex town houses; ten ten-plex reached town houses; Iwo live-story, 30- for comment on Allen's stale- unil apartment buildings; and mcnt. but he was quoted earlier Iwo two and onc-half-story, 2-1- by an aide as saying there was junit apartment buildings. Established In 1883 by The Goielle Co. ond published dolly and Sunday ol 500 Third ove. SE. Cedar Roolds. lowd 52406. Rapids. Iowa. Subscription rdtes by carrier 95 cents n. week Hy moll: Nloht Edition and Sunday 6 Issues i3.7S O month, J39.00 a year: Af- ternoon Editions and Sunday Issues 13 B5 a month, HO.OO O year. Other states id U S. territories S60.00 o year. No Mall d In oreas liovina isoclotld Press is cnlillp ly to the use tor rcpuhlicotlon il AP news dispatches. Stalcv said he fell other meel-j p.m. Monday. to shed ill moiinl drive SE. (Hfi p.m. Monday. aliinn at Wedne.idav nl 11 at St. Pa- Visitation from 2-101 ings were well atleuded. Me-iTnesilav ;.ml al H al Mistaken. (Ynlrr Point Foi-ly-seconrl street Nnlbnhm. till. Thm tapi I Turn that unused piano into "-ii'''r'tii'''''il'' Mano'ii.ilo buy with a want ad! I'.H ilw Intnli iti .sfiv if PIERSON'S ISIXI 1.1.1 IS 111 VII. N'W i i.mvi.iti'iioNr. For 61 years flowers for all occasions.1 John E. 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