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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 14, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa NAIIONAI WIAIHiX HHVtCf fOMCAit •» 7AM ISI - 1&- 74 Watergate— (Continued from Page I.) The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Thurs., Nov. 14. 1974 Accident Fatal to Former Resident Charles H. Wallace vt SO ^ UM WI MHI* f 010CAS1 •> Snow is expected Thursday night from eastern portion of the upper and middle Mississippi valley through the Great Lakes area and from West Virginia to central New York and Pennsylvania. Rain is forecast for parts of the mid and north Atlantic states. fingerprints would never be found on the $100 bills. Charles Henry Wallace, 63, “From the beginning whatj 1719 Keith drive NE, died Thurs- was the purpose of the pay-Richard Leo Crist, jr., 19, a day jn a Ce(lar Hapi(js hospital ments to these defendants as | ormer Cedar Rapids r<‘sident, f0|jowing a long illness.    y°u understood them?” asked “Spitting on a police officer was killed Tuesday afternoon    fiorn peb. 4, 1911, in Peru,    assistant special prosecutor!    is    a    filthy    and    foul    act    and    I arter he was struck by a car in    jn(j^ ^e was a    veteran of    I Richard Ben-Veniste.    promise    never    to do    it    again.” j Winter Springs, r la.    i World war II and a salesman “My understanding was that P r i n t i n g that statement Mr. Crist was born in Cedar f<)r Smulekoff’s Funiture until the payments were to fulfill Rapids on Feb. 13, 1955, and at- his retirement in 1971.    commitments that had been tended Cedar Rapids schools.    He is survived    by his wife,    na ade to the defendants,” He lived in Cedar Rapids until Rae, a son, Phillip If , and a    Pa Rue replied. My under- moving to Winter Springs with daughter, Mrs. Walter Clyde, all    standing or feeling was that if his family in June, 1973.    of Cedar Rapids.    these commitments were not Survivors include his father,    Private funeral    .services are    kept, these defendants might Richard Crist, Winter Springs; pending at the Stewart funeral    disclose certain information his mother, Charlotte Ann Moor- home where friends may call    they had that would lead back    trespassing,    assault and bat man, Cedar Rapids; two sisters, Triday from I to 9 pm. The    to the Committee to Re-t lee I th*    tery    and    intoxication. . r>_„jj-i ’    was    foun(j guilty of the assault and battery charge by 1 Magistrate Brent Harstad and given a 30-day suspended jail term on the conditions of good Write On, Faches Gives JudgeTells Police Audit Young Spitter To Successor 2,500 times was one condition of a sentence handed down in magistrate’s court Wednesday against Terry Lyerly, 1915 Eighth street SW. Eyerly was one of four persons arrested Aug. 18 at the Fairfax quarry on charges of Marie and Angie, Winter Park; (family will be    at tho funeral    I President.” three brothers, Jot1, John, and home Friday from 2-4    p m. and Jerome, Winter Springs, and his 7-9 p.m.    NIXOII LoWVBTS maternal grandmother. Mrs    ------------ nj ii Frank Peters. Cedar Rapids.    Memorial Services    Protest Lotest Services will be IO am. Fri- K of Iron,    Mary    Jane —    A-.-,/    n day at Baldwin-McNamara fu- Turner chapel    cast    at 1:30    LJGOI    OH    lOpOTS n e r a I home, Alta Monta I    Friday by the Rev- Gilbert Springs, Fla. Linn County Atty. William Faches announced Thursday he is turning over an audit of the Cedar Rapids police department to his successor instead of looking into it himself. Asst. County Atty. Eugene Ko-pecky, the county attorney-elect (who will take over the office Jan. I, said what to do with the audit will be determined no earlier than mid-December, when he first will get a chance to look at it. Linn District Judge William Eads delivered a copy of the audit to Faches Oct. 18 after receiving the audit two days At-' Mrs. Wayne Kolden —Daily Record— The Weather Hiqh temperatures Wednesday, low temperatures overnight a. d inches of p, e-cioi**tion Anchor**    J?    V .02 L. Anqeles    84    ii Atlanta    38    Miami    73    60 Bismark    28    22    Min'aoolis    30    24 Chicano    34    28    .21    N. Orleans    ii    36 Denver    40    17    .27    New York    60    4S Duluth    2S    20    .04    Phoenix    78    48 Honolulu    SO    68    . 03    Seattle    SO    45 Houston .    74    57    Washington    54    40 Extended Forecast—Fair and cold Saturday through Monday. Dale Kerch, route 2, Marion, a son. Out-of-Town Births At Chicago, III. — Mr. and Mrs. Kirtland West, a son Nov. 12. Mrs. West is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack R. Owens, 701 Danbury street NE. At Cypress, Calif. — Mr. and Mrs. John K. .McCormick, a son Nov. 13. Mrs. McCormick W. McCor- Lows mostly in    the    20s.    Highs    is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. from the 30s Saturday    to the    40s    Roe G. Kirkpatrick, Alburnett. by Monday    I    McCormick    is    the son of Mr. C. R. Weather High Wednesday ........... 35    Marricqe    Licenses Low overnight ...............23    Marilyn Wright and James Noon Thursday .............  29    Wright, both of Cedar Rapds. Olivia Gutierrez, Cedar Rapids, and Mrs. George mick. Iowa City. avenue NW; Randy Kriz, 230 Wiley boulevard NW; Robert Smith, 2503 White Eagle road a short illness SE; each fined $15 and costs. Improper passing — Stanley Radford, 1155 Ridge drive, Marion; fined $20 and costs. Vehicle control violation — Steven Robison, 3138 Blue Ridge road NE; fined $25 and costs. Attempting to elude police — Gilgan. Burial; Norwich certie-! WASHINGTON (UPI) I tery near Martelle. Friends torncys for Richard Nixon may register at Turner east. |chargcd Thursday that a ncw White House agreement allow-1 ing Watergate prosecutors to I I search his files is a “flagrant The casket will not be opened j at any time. Dorothy Jean Kolden, 37, wife;      — of Wayne Kolden, 1018 Fourth IO p M^n Hurt in avenue SE, died Thursday after *    flull    111 intrusion” on the former President's rights. The attorneys asked the U. S. | Eighth street SW, were all found guilty of trespassing behavior, court cost payment previously as the result of a city and the printing assignment. (council resolution. Picky Lyons, 1200 Third ave- The audit report listed find-nue SE, was found innocent of jngs such as “unauthorized au-a similar charge. Both men thorizations or unauthorized ex-were accused of assaulting penditures for the purchase of Linn Sheriff’s Deputy Donald command staff ‘uniforms’,” Switzer.    purchases of tires and parts not Eyerly, Lyons, Sheila Hoi- for official use, without reim-land Lyons, 1200 Third avenue bursement to the city and receipts recorded at the police department not showing up as SE, and Freda Eyerly, 1915 city in 2 p.m. Thursday .............27 Precipitation ...............0.18 Total for November ........2.54 Normal for November 2.36 Normal through Nov 31.75 Total for 1974 .............. 42.21 Barometer, rising ........ 30.01 Humidity at noon ........ 75% Wind direction and velocity at 2 p m. NW at 18 mph. Sun rises Friday, 6:56; sun sets, 4:46. Year Ago Today — High, 58; low, 42; rainfall, 0.10. Traveler's Forecast Friday Weather, Iii-Lo Bismarck .......Cloudy    38-18 Chicago ........PtCldy    36-29 Cincinnati  PtCldy    36-25 Cleveland  Cloudy    35-26 Des Moines  Cloudy    38-22 Detroit ........Cloudy    37-23 Indianapolis    ...    PtCldy    36-24 Kansas City    ...    PtCldy    45-32 Milwaukee  Cloudy    33-23    ....    07*11 Mpls.-St. Paul ...Cloudy    29-19)2,?®’ Manon> Mlla Davld* 2<31 and Myron Severson, Waterloo. Fires 10:02 a.m. Wednesday. Assistance call at 541 Thirty-fourth street SE. 12:43 p.m. Wednesday. Food in oven at 1420 Seventh avenue SW. 1:21 am. Thursday. Overheated dryer to duct work at 1350 Waconia avenue SW. Magistrate's Court Speeding — Richard Masak, 901 A avenue NW; Donna Henry, 1720 Grande avenue SE; each fined $35 and costs. John Stamy, 2100 Grande avenue SE; John Marek, Cedar Rapids; Jeffrey Krahn, 1418 B avenue NE; Gary Flannagon, 1735 Washington avenue SE; Robert Sadilek, 383 Chandler street SW; Natale Tognetti, 960 Lindale drive, Marion; Steven Beatty, Shellsburg; Vance Gre-gerson, 1066 Fifth street, Marion; Robert Lightner, route Elevator Shaft Fall Born March 6, 1937, in Iowa! City she lived mast of her life Sam Osborn,    27,    of    1625    district court to issue a tempo-! in Cedar Rapids. She was em- Park Towne lane    NE,    Thursdaylrary restraining order    to block    and    were    fined    $1    each, ployed by St. Luke’s hospital as|was in fair condition at Mercy what they described as the ^ The four were found a nurse’s aide for the last 17    hospital    with a back injury suf-    “search    and    seizure” agree- years. She was a member of the    fared when ha fell one and a    ment reached last week    be- First Lutheran church and was stories down an elevator; tween attorneys for President Steven"Prenosil,    3009 Madison j    married on April 2, 1962.    j    shaft.    Ford and the special    prosecu- street NE; fined $50 and costs. Surviving in addition to her! 0sborn* a deliveryman    for    tor’s office. Resisting an officer — Steven    husband, are her father.    Cimino    distributing G> was    “The    . . .    agreement    is a NE HfTnltd    Jam?s    lc Carles Foster, Escanaba,    iniured    11:30 a m Thursday    flagrant    intrusion on Mr.    Nix-    r_______ _rr_____ w          „ Ernst, 3101 G avenue * NE;’Mich.; her mother, Mrs. Merle at . g t(,rn?‘rl> occupied on s rights both as a citizen and magistrate’s court on charges of he would not have time to corn-fined $25 and costs.    Patten,    Cedar    Rapids; three’by George and the Dragon, as former President of the Unit- drunk driving.    piete    the    job before bis term is Accident, damage to vehicle brothers, Charles J. Foster, jr.. m ;Sm)l7 ave?u£ SE.    cd States,” Nixon lawyer Her- Dcan Blair Davenport, pled up and one person should han- NFnO5iLH'0J?n    JamfS    K    Foster’ ^ of 5?flC*als    !    Miller    said    in    a    legal brief, guilty Tuesday and was given a die the matter all the way costs.    ’    ‘    Cedar    Rapids,    and    Andrew    D-    (,aijiDCmpntmafr0m (L    We    have    Previously    ar8ued    M-day suspended jail sentence, through. Right-of-way    violation -    Foster> Monticello; a sister, q P    before this court that    many of    He    was    arrested    Aug. 22.    He    said    he did not announce Doris M. Larson, of Cedar!    J    „    these presidential materials nocent of intoxication. Drunk Driving Cases Handled Three persons appeared being deposited with the treasurer. Faches said Thursday it would be up to Kopecky to determine what action is appropriate, whether to conduct his own investigation or to take it to a grand jury. Faches said his reason for not in doing anything himself is that Mary Wooff, 424 Mayberry drive NW; fined $20 and costs. Harold Stumme, Waterloo; fined $15 and costs. Driving on wrong side — Kerry Vifian, 1129 K avenue NW; fined $15 and costs. Rapids, and a hall-brother, VV ii- ® j.fn t/T the cit helow^hp con,a‘n’ ^mbody* reflect or con- fifth street, Marion, was bound did not decide for a while what ham Schultz, of Cedar Rapids. h    f    distance of about 90 5    ltute confidential communi- over to ^ granc| jury following he should do, and after he de- Services: Saturday at 1:30 [cet '    “0 3    ,    6 ,    ......... P,mDat 'J* T<^n chapel by! Darkness was apparentiy re. he Rev. Dennis Wright of First    jb|e    for 0sbor^s (aiIu^ ,0 Delbert Edwards, 700 Thirty- his decision earlier because he cations of the President during a preliminary hearing Tuesday, tided, he thought it best to wait his term in office ”    <**    ■    —    1 Lutheran church. Burial: Shiloh,rea|jzc ,he c|cva,or was on cemetery. Visitation F r i d a y ,he [jrs( „ offjcjals said from 9 a m. to 9 p.m. and Satur- When firemen arrived at the Nixon— (Continued from Page I.) Iowa Deaths Manchester — Elizabeth M. Knipper, 80. Saturday at IO at sss?found ostorn at- r n ion?,i!rres,ful penod 22 p.m. Thursday; parish wake 8|b0: b^ opontd anf.r the serv,<*■■tempting to climb out of the pit. of activity will be necessary. p.m. Thursday and Rosary b friends may, it they wish, do- He wag remove(j after firemen ,le said Nixon lost IO to 15 Man Bound Over on IV rn    n    6    CUnlli.’.-    n    otfl    t    A    thn    AmAf’lAQn    (    lf*    VA-    I    ....... ,. „    ...    .placed him in a stretcher. Mable E. Phillips, 80.jciety.    | George and the E>ragon, a Charles Whitcher, He was arrested Oct. 26.    until after the election last The charge against Mahlon week. Phelps, Vinton, was dismissed He said it would be necessary following a preliminary hearing to talk with the city auditor, Tuesday. He was arrested Oct. who conducted the audit, to determine the significance of the material in the audit. p.m. Friday at Shelly’s.    inate    to    the    American    Cancer    So on n Friday at ll at the United Methodist church. Hayden’s. Van Horne — Ella Hausman, 80. Saturday at 2 at Salem United Methodist church. Visitation after noon Friday at Fellmet’s, Keystone. Resisting Charge Guilty Plea Made On Drug Charge Omaha .,   PtCldy 41-26 Evalvine drive SW; each fined st. Louis':::::::ptcwy 44.2s1*»«*»*• ,s;?nleyc?wep-Simi* Falk Ptddv 36-20 8°n, Hiawatha; Jeffrey Schmitz, Sioux Falls ... I ldy 3b Q1Q Center Point road NE; Mi- Degree    Days    chael    Ohlfest, Mt. Vernon; each Wednesday ............... 32 , fined $25 and costs. Gary Esch- Total to date............972 I man, Iowa City; Oliver Fore, Through Nov.    13,    1973    ...749 2307 O avenue NE; Lawren Percent of normal year ... 14.6 Total normal year ......6,631 Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in brackets) Lacrosse (12) 4.8, fall .3 Lansing (18) 7.8, fall .1 Dam 9 (18) 14.3, fall .2 McGregor (18) 7.6, fall .2 Guttenberg (15) 5.3, fall .3 Dubuque (17) 8.3, fall .4 Davenport (15) 6.2, rise 2 Keokuk (16) 4.8, rise 1.3 Cedar at C.R. .03 Coralville Lake Pool level Thursday 683.39 Births — Mercy Nov. 13 — To the families of William Brecht, 4520 Ninth avenue SW, a daughter; David Niedfeldt, Route 2, twins, a son and a daughter: James Cnossen, 3000 J street SW. a daughter; Stanley Saxton. 2746 Franklin avenue NE, a daughter. Nov. 14 — Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schluter, 1000 Fairview drive, Marion, a son. Births — St. Luke s Nov. 13 — To the families of Lee Johnson, 2745 Northview drive, Marion, a son; Arthur Bever, Winthrop, a son; Ken Rathje. 410 Lindale drive, Marion, a son; Robert Miller, 904 Harvest drive NW, a daughter; Roger Henley, 158 Crostridge drive NW, a son; Fred Kruse, Lisbon, a daughter; Duane Allbaugh, 2010 Coldstream avenue NE, a daughter; Gibney, Palo; Donald Aanestad, 230 Thirty-fourth street SE; EI v i n Macherman, Center Point; Gary Williams, 72 Cherry Hill road NW; Howard Tremain, 1512 Eighth street NW; Marilyn Frank, 1318 Thirty-sixth street SE; each fined $20 and costs. Faulty equipment — Marvin Morgan, 2925 Johnson avenue NW; Merlin Murphy, Eldora; John Carney, 902 B avenue [NW; Harold Mantz, jr., Mt. (13) 3.85, fall Vernon; Beverly Clymer, 1285 Thirty-fifth street NE; Gilbert Hall, Monticello; each fined $10 and costs. Registration violation — Donald Carmele, 226 Fourth street NW; fined $15 and costs. Traffic signal violation — Melanie Johnson, Morning Sun; Michael Brogan, 5426 Gordon avenue NW; each fined $25 and costs. Donna Henry, 1720 Grande avenue SE:    Robert Bowser, 640 Sixteenth avenue SW; each fined $20 and costs. Betty Helle, Fairfax; Randy Christensen, 252 Mayden avenue SW; Theresa O’Connell. 2330 Grande avenue SE; Carl Landergott, 2423 Glass road NE; Wayne Zobac, 2101 O United Way— (Continued from Page I.) Co., employes and members of pounds in the hospital. Lungren was asked if he felt c l x    I restaurant and bar,    has been    (an examination by    a court-ap-    Charles Whitcher. 1006 Fifth Michael A.    Schafer    closed for several months. The    pointed team would    constitute a    street NW, was bound over to Robert    Cuhel,    1531 Fifth ave- Michael A. Schafer. 70. of    829 owners have filed a    bankrupty    “stressful sitution”    which could    the grand jury following a mag-rue    SE,    pled guilty Wednesday Third avenue SE.    a resident    of Icfaim in federal court.    be a danger to Nixon’s health.    istrate’s court appearance Tues-in    magistrate’s    court to a Cedar Rapids for the last seven * ( “J vvouJd have to any yes, it.day on a charge of resisting ex- charge of possession of a con- years, died Tuesday at La 30 YEARS AGO — Russian does,” Lungren replied. “I have ecution of process.    trolled substance. Sentencing He is charged with resisting a was deferred until March 13. He was charged with pcsses- 30 YEARS AGO Crosse, Wis. He was born Aug.|farces drove into the important no control over it and he has no 9 1904, in Mahaska county. Mr.|rail city of Jaszbereny, 37 miles control over it. This was a deci- Cedar Rapids police officer Oct. Schafer had owned and operated jeafc^ of Budapest. Testaments in the West Union circs the International Assn. of Ma-; * chinists and Aerospace Workers Surviving is a brother, AFDCIO, 137 percent; Larry (k,°rSe' Mansfield, Conn. Sharp and Co. realtor and em- Services: 10:30 a m. Friday at ployes, 130 percent.    !    the    Beatty-Beurle    chapel, by the sion made by the court.” 25. j sion of marijuana Oct. 26. Kutchera Construction C0 Rev. Allan C. Page. Burial: employes and members of °aklaJnd «*“*•?* J°*a C!ly Teamsters local 238, Operating nends may call al the chapel. Engineers local 234 and Labor ers union local 43, 302 percent; Asplundh Tree Co. and employes, 174 percent. Penick and Ford, Ltd., employes and members American Federation of Grain Millers local IOO, 108 percent; Martin Marietta central division, em- Donald Kehne Donald Kehne, 50, of South Bend, Ind, and formerly of Cedar Rapids, died Tuesday. He was born Sept. 29, 1924, in Cedar Rapids. He was a veteran of World war II. Surviving are his mother, ployes    and    members of    (Mrs. Magnus    Kehne    of South Teamsters local 238 and Operat-iBend; and a brother, Eugene, ing engineers local 234, 106 per- Pittsburgh, cent. .    Graveside services will be --conducted in    Cedar    Memorial There is    something    new    hap-    cemetery at 3:30 p.m.    Friday by pening everyday    in    the    clas-    Dr. John P.    W’oods    of West- sified ads . . . see for yourself! minster Presbyterian church. flowers for every occasion! since 1909 wm .(OUN K. LAPES (•RVMimt downtown location 308 3rd Ave. SE MMSI I for Any Occasion HORAL ARRANGEMENTS PIERSON'S !■ HOWER SHOP Your Ft O Floret I HUO Kills Blvd. NW H OWI RPHOM Ihtt-1H2« flowers can say everything floral artistry FLORIST and GIFT SHOP cive (ten 364-8139 Phone Answered 24 Hours Every Day FLORIST VTown and Country Shopping Center 364-2146 Novy two completely -staffed locations to serve you. .)< >hnB.'IUrner&Son Turners East. 800 Second Ave. SE Turner s West, 1221 First Ave. West ORDER YOUR CEMETERY NEEDS NOW WREATHS ’3.50 up MOUNDS ...... J8.50    up GRAVE BLANKETS & FRESH EVERGREEN BOUGHS for pots and planters 7 Baumhoefener’s Nursery 4241 Johnson Ave. N.W.    Phone 363-8219 Next To Hoover School . % JI George Murdoch Gregory Hapgood Stanley Lawrence Charles Oxley Murdoch ^June*ici[ fiottiei MARION CENTER POINT CENTRAL CITY .SPRINGVILLE WALKER COGGON, and in Cedar Rapids THE BEATTY-BEURLE CHAPEL    __ & t ;