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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - December 24, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Lost British Official Turns Up Down Under MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) A member of the British par- liament who disappeared weeks ago in Florida was ar- disappeared on N rested Tuesday in Australia on telling friends at a charge of entering the country illegally, police Detective Chief Supt. Mick Rain is expected Christmas Eve across most of the area from the Gulf coast into parts of the mid Atlantic states. Mostly fair elsewhere. The Weather High temperatures Monday, low Icm- peraluras overnight and indies of pre- 33 29 .16 L. Angeles 57 37 Atlanta 65 51 .73 Miami ..75 70 eisnurck ..16 -6 .M Mln'wollt 13 Chicago 41 32 .13 N. Orleans 72 67 .05 Denver ....27 g .06 New York 4745 Duluth ....2619 Phoenix ...5329 Honolulu ..8371 Seattle'.. 3930 Houston 69 .02 Washington 56 41 Extended Forecast Chance of snow on Thursday land in the east on Friday. Clearing and colder Saturday. Highs in 30s throughout the period and lows in the teens and low 20s. C. R. Weather High Monday.................42 Low overnight ..............20 Noon Tuesday................23 2 p.m.......................28 Precipitation ..............None Total for December ........0.71 call at 213 Twenty-third street drive SE. p.m. Monday. Mistaken alarm at First street and First avenue NE. p.m. avenue NE p.m. SW. u.iu Monday. Inves- tigate smoke odor at 1502 First ___ Monday. Faulty furnace at 1008 Sixth street Normal for December Normal through Dec Total for 1974 1.43 33.18 Barometer, rising .........30.25 Humidity at noon ..........74% Wind direction and velocity at 2 p.m. WNW at 12 mph. Sun rises Wednesday, Oakland sun sets, Houston, Year Ago Today High, 39; low, 30; rainfall, none. Traveler's Forecast' Wednesday Weather, HI-Lo Bismarck .......PtCldy 28- 5 Chicago .........PtCldy 30-18 Cincinnati ........Shwrs 42-20 Cleveland .......Cloudy 36-24 DCS Moincs......PtCldy 25-14 Detroit..........Cloudy 32-10 Indianapolis......Shwrs 55-37 Kansas City ......PtCldy 32-20 Mpls.-St. Paul'.. .Cloudy 24-14 Omaha i..........PtCldy 34-10 St Louis........Cloudy 34-20 Sioux Falls......PtCldy 25-12 Coralville Lake Pool level Tuesday......676.10 Births Luke's Dec. 21 Mr. and Mrs. John Allpress, 3904 E 'avenue NW, ii daughter. Dee. 22 Mr. and Mrs George Vinton, a son Dec. 23 Mr. and Mrs. Jon Klein, 310 Zelda drive NW, a son. Births Mercy Dec. 23 To toe families of Stephen Luckey, 4233 Benton street NE, a daughter; Richard Whttmorc, 2160 F avenue NE, a daughter; Larry Ilopp, 159 Al- ma drive NW, b son; Jim Bur- gess, 125 Bowling street SW, a son. Marriage Licenses Bonnie Hutyra and Stephen Sorden, Marie Fadlcy and Rob- ert 'Dicta, jr., Barbara Cum- mings and Robert Cummings, Donna Wells and William Poyneer, Barbara Gcsswein and David Kunde, Anna Fisher and John Burianek, Patricia Harger and William Ask, Patty Nelson and Robert Letts, all _or Cedar Rapids. Marion, a.m. Tuesday. Defective dryer, at 200 Clive drive SW. a.m. Tuesday. Apparenl battery acid to interior of car at 3424 E avenue NE. a.m Tuesday. Short in electric stove at 368 Thirtieth street drive SE. Magistrate's Court Speeding Hamode Hasson, 133 Cherry Hill road NW; fined and costs. Bret Vesey, 33S Thirty-fifth street drive SE; fined ?50 and costs. David Fleming, 1140 Country Club drive, Marlon; Gustave Giersberg, 440 Pine- view drive NE; Robert Armstrong, 1323 Sixth street NJW; Janell Rcinhart, 753 Sighth avenue, Marion; Marvin Hanson, 1022 Wiley boulevard Madalen I s h m a n, 921 rond NE; 320 Ninth Patricia avenue, Marion; Patricia Wilken, 1130 Nforthview drive, Marion; Frank Bruce, jr., Central City Marie Bell, 2120 Eighth avenue Marion; Daniel 3717 Twelfth avenue SW; Eilery Ford Extends Financing Terms On Auto Loans DETROIT (AP) Auto fi nancing terms are being extend ed by the financial arm of Fore Motor Co. in an effort to ge Ford's domestic sales curve back on the upswing. Edward Nevergold, executive vice-president of North Ameri- can automotive sales financing at Ford Motor Credit Co., said Monday the firm is offering terms of 42 and 48 months. "We have the money and the desire to help people buy cars nd trucks and we aren't about turn creditworthy customers Nevergold said. He said Ford is extending the inancing period because of ligher prices for new cars, in- flation and the tight money market which he said has kept many potential buyers out of the market. "The longer contract he consumer to fcel the car he wants with the equipment he Patterson said that 49-year-old John Thomas Stonehouse' admit- ed entering the country on a also passport and would proba- ly go before a court on Christ- mas day. The detective gave no cxpla- lation for Slonehouse's pearancc. Police sources said Slone- louse had been traveling under he name of Markham and was arrested in a seaside suburb of Melbourne on a tip from Inter- iol, the international police or- ;anization. 20 Days Later Patterson said Stonehouse en- ercd1 Australia at Perth airport m Dec. 10, 20 days after he disappeared in Miami Beach. "Stonehouse has been fre- quenting Melbourne post office ,md receiving information from Harold Wilson's Labor government, lie was on a busi- ness trip to the U.S. when he Nov. 20 after _.....0 at his Miami leach hotel he was going for a __________ wife, Barbara, old newsmen in London repea- edly that she believed her hus- >and had drowned. 13ut the iwim. Stonehouse's Miami police refused to close .he file on the case because the had not been recovered. Killed by Mafia? British newspapers speculatec that Stonehouse had been killed by the Mafia when a body en- cased in concrete was founc near the beach on which he was supposed to have taken his lasi DEATHS The Cedar Gazette: Tues., December 81, 1974 3 Elmer L. Hendricbon Elmer L. Hendrickson, 71, of i234 Eighteenth avenue SW, died Tuesday following a long illness. Born Dec. 2G, 1902, in Cedar Rapids, he had lived here all of ils life. A retired employe of Morehead Construction Co., he was a member of Cement Masons, AFL-CIO. 561. Surviving are his wife, the former Naomi Olson whom he married in New Hampton, July 1, a stepdaughter, Mrs. Donald Erusha, Cedar Falls; five grandchildren; two brothers, Carl D., Cedar Rapids, and Wilmcr, Jamul, Calif. Services: Turner chapel west Thursday at 10 a.m. by the Rev. A. A. Sodawasser. Burial: Lin- Ehrlichman Attorney Shifts Focus to Nixon WASHINGTON (AP) Atten- he intended lo carry the orches- tra leader theme. "I took him to mean the man with the'baton was Hichard tion at the Watergate cover-up trial again is focused on (lie ab- sence of Richard Nixon as de- fondant or witness in the case said the prosecutor, hat drove him from the prcsi-j "Everyone knows who lie ency. imcant when he said the conduc- Judge John Sirica started tor or the head of the orchestra Monday to comment on the par- wasn't said Sirica. "I've don granted Nixon by President already ruled he doesn't have to  an those which would violate air standards were originally scheduled to take effect Jan. 1. But EPA Administrator Rus- sell Train suspended them until June 30 because of "substantial ijublic debate and misunder- standing which need to be more effectively resolved before we proceed." (Continued from Page 1.) scrapers and bridges, carb steel plates used for machinerj railroad products, pipe and mill products. They do not affect steel tl goes into manufacture of car appliances and other consum goods. Frates recalled that prosecu- James Neal had likened the e cover-up defendants lo embers of an orchestra, saying at while some may play far s than others, all are essen- 1 parts of the total orchestra- n. Frates picked up Neal's anal- er: and carried it a step fur- Ladies and Gentlemen, -'re missing one person here, orchestra leader, that's who 're missing in this case." Frates and his client have pcatedly charged that Nixon isled Ehrlichman about Water- ate.. How Far During his argument to the Blame Repair for Metal in Cereal PITTSBURGH (AP) H. J. Heinz Co. said Tuesday that metal filings found at two boxes of baby cereal in Charlotte, N. C., apparently came from re- pairs made on a piece of ma- chinery at its factory here. A workman apparently dropped a small quantity of fil- ings into an empty storage bin during a drilling job and the metal slivers found their way into the initial flow of cereal vhen the tank was filled, a corn- any spokesman said. said it has resumed nor- ury, Frates kept referring to ,e orchestra leader, without ven naming him. Frates got only part way hrough m's closing argurnen oefore the trial adjourned unti Thursday for the Christmas ecess. The case is expected I go to the jury Friday or Satur iay. After the jury was sent out o he room, Neal said he though mal shipments of baby cereals after a complete examination ot Ihe product manufacturing irocess. A company spokesman said Monday that Heinz cereals already on the shelves will not be taken off except in Charlotte. (Continued from Page 1.) Paul F. Hill, 104 West Post road Crates should explain how far NW, to lie on the floor. Two other persons who Were ,in the store, Jon A. Sarchett, 906 Eighteenth street NW, and Debra J. Yanecek, 1021 Center Point road NE, were also told to Fischer Willing To Discuss Snag MANILA (AP) Defending chess champion Bobby Fischer uf the U.S. has expressed a willingness to discuss rules changes that posed a potential block to his world title match against Anatoly Karpov of Rus- sia, a chess official said Tucs- Viet Reds: No Hunt for Ml As SAIGON (UPI) The. Viet- nam Communists, in separate Christmas eve messages to the U.S., said Tuesday that they. would refuse to search for miss- ing American servicemen in the foreseeable future. The North Vietnamese, in statement by tiic foreign minis- try, demanded full implementa- tion of the Paris peace agree ment, including U.S. aid t Hanoi, as llw price for coopcra to tion. The Viet. Cong provisional [evolutionary government asked for even more. The PIU! lice Final official figures showed Ihe search for U.S. servicemen Wyman defeated Durkin lo a halt in military aid lo lo I Saigon. Palatial Meal For Garbage men PARIS (AP) Four garbage collectors who work near the llysce palace were taken off their truck morning for day. "Unless the problem is re- solved, the holding of the Fischer-Karpov match is virtu- ally dead at the Florencio Campomanes, deputy president of the Intel-national Chess Federation, told a news conference. Campomanes said Fischer has Bethlehem said the increases approached him and expressed are insufficient to cover higher willingness to meet production costs "They cover only one-third of the cost in- creases not recovered by Beth- lehem during the last five a spokesman said. Magistrate Court breakfast with President Valcrj iiscard d'Estaing. A guard at the palace, the French White House, stopped Ihe truck 'at one of the en- trances. The French driver and lis three African helpers from Mali and Senegal wore invited inside. After a 20-mimilc talk over coffee, toast and croissants, dis- card gave each of the mm aj Christinas turkey mid a bottle of I champagne and sent them back to work. Man Sentenced to 40 Days after Plea Kevin Leyse, 1935 Bevcr ave- nue SE, plcdi 'guilty in magis- trate's court to two charges and was given 20-day jail sentences on each charge, to be served consecutively. He was charged with assault and battery and disturbing the peace on Dec. 21. He was charged with assaulting Clair jStrempke, a Cedar Rapids po- lice officer. More than 1.000 offers to buy, sell, rent, hire, or service daily in the want ads! flowers .S'Say What ''Words Can'f Ave. Floral Botanicals 39 16th Avo. S.W. 366-7148 Dr. Max Euwe, federation president, or Karpov lo discuss the issue. (Continued from Page 1.) such programs as family plan- ning services and research, community mental health centers, migrant and neigh- borhood health centers and rat control. Ford said this bill would add billion to his bud- get recommendations for what he termed unjustified expendi- tures that conflicted with "my strong commitment to the American taxpayer to hold fed- eral spending to essential pur- poses." lie on the floor. Kicked In Head The men kicked Miss Yanecek and Sarchett in the head before asking Hill where the money was located. The robbers were then told by Hill that the money was in an office. In addition to the which was contained partly in a metal box and a bank bag, the men took about from a coin changer. Police said both robbers wore nylon stockings pulled over their faces. Both were black and about 18 or 19 years old. One robber was described as 5 feet 11 inches tall, and weighing 170 to 180 pounds. He wore n gray waist length coat and dark (construction boots. The second suspect was de- scribed as 5 feet 10 inches to 6 [cet tall, 150 to 160 pounds and wearing dark boots with a waist length green coat. ______ "Elu ttf clnt" RtqrnU by Tht SSitii Co. ove.'sl. Cedar Ropldi. Iowa 5W06. Second clots ooitage paid ot Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Subscription ratel bv carrier cents a. week Bv mall: Nloht Edition and Sunday e' Issues S3.75 a month, J19.00 a year: Af- ternoon Editions and Sunday 7 Issues J3.85 a montn, a yeor. Other states and U.S. territories S60.00 a Yeor. No Malt Subscriptions accepted In areas having Colette carrier service. The Associated Press Is entitled exclusively lo Ihe use tor republlcollon ot oil the local news prlnled In this news, paper as well OS all AP news dispatches. O tell someone you care with flowers Florist and Gift Shop 364-8139 phone answered 24 hours every day floral artistry FLORIST Town and Country Shopping Center 364-2146 Serving all faiths since 1888. John Son Tumor's East, 800 Second Avo. 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