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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - May 10, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa -74 Obituaries I The Cedar Kaplds Gazelle: Frl., Slay 10, 1974 Mrs. John J Burrows (Edward of California; two j 1-cah J. Burrows, 80, of 712 f M1thMaul1' SH Petersburg, Ha., and Margaret1 Murder Trial Set in Jones Family Saved by Quick Ul'l Wt AllltR T01OCA.S1 Rain is expected Friday night from the niefdle Gulf coast northward through the Ohio- Tennessee valleys and into the vicinity of the Lakes, as well as in the middle Rockies. The Weather Hint) temperatures Thursday, law tem- Magistrate's Court where friends may tall after 7 Saturday. i Marcngo Paul W. Sch- i nceklolh, 54. Sunday at 2 al Hoover-Valentine's, where Ma- I sonic services will be held Sat- iifday at 'with street NW, widow of John anic.s liurrows, and a Cedar apids resident the last 05 died Friday in a Cedar lapids nursing home following j brief illness. Horn Sept. 17, at Hose ill, she was married to Mr. iurrows May 20, 1933, at Wa- irloo. Mrs. Burrows was a fur nisher for Charles Creenberg 'urricrs for 30 years. She al- e n (I e d Olivet I'resbyterian lurch and was a member of ic VFW Auxiliary and a larler member of the Eagles uxiliary. Surviving are a son, James II. illick, Cedar Rapids; two grandsons; and t wo greaU iranddaughlers. Services: Monday noon at 'urncr chapel east by the Rev. rancis King of Olivet Prcsby- irian church. Burial: Wymore emelery at Rose Hill. Friends may register at Turner east. nay register at Turner cast. It vas the request of Mrs. Burrows lat flowers be omitted. Tliorcsen, Manila. The body will be returned to Cedar Rapids for burial. Charles Castine Charles E. Casline, 40, a -cdar Rapids resident most of ratures overnight and Inches of pre-haiion: cliorage M M M L. Anneles 67 59 ania 81 el .OB Miami 85 73 tnarck 68 47 .08 Min'apolis -14 43 cago 4440 N. Orleans 86 nver 83 51 .01 New York 64511.36 lulh 51 35 Phoenix 95 68 nolulu 8572 .02 Seallte 5F 45 .07 uslon 82 62 1.65 Washington 69 5? .13 Missing. Extended Forecast Chance in the Eastern portion nday and Monday. Continued Id with highs in the 60s. Lows ostly in the 40s. C. R. Weather gh Thursday Jeffrey Stanhope, Waterloo; fined and costs, Mark Simmons, no address; fined and costs. Mark Simmons, no address; fined and costs. Thomas Bowler, Hiawatha; Francis Kester, Cog-gon; Dennis Bush, 80 Oklahoma avenue SW; Gary Sevcning, Ninth street SW; Charlotte Bacon, 1722 B avenue NE; Mark Simmons, no address; Richard Emig, H avenue NE; Richard Adams, 4558 Mt. Vernon road SE; Rita Frank, route three, Cedar Rapids; Carroll Robinson, Rockford; each fined and costs. Faye Knowles, 3340 Oakland road NE; Mclvin Baker, 1004 Wiley boulevard NW; Matthew Hoffman, 2200 Johnson avenue NW; each fined and costs. Kathryn Pettit, (5118 Underwood avenue SW; Joseoh Van De Walle, Palo; each fined and costs. Striking unattended vehicle Bradley Thompson, 1624 Twenty-third street NW; fined and costs. Joseph Foarde, 617 Fifteenth street SE; fined and costs. Vehicle control violation Jeffrey Michalicek, 2532 Glen Elm drive NE; fined and costs. Failure to use signal Helen Dvorak, 959 Oakland road NE; fined and cosls. Resisting1 an officer James Gatto, 1110 Tenth street NE; fined and. costs. Plate violation Terry Mc-Murrin, 516 Cobban court SE fined and costs. Driver's license violation Joyce Heislcr, 1219 Twenly-first avenue SW; fined and costs. Studded tires Carroll Mer-kel, 1038 Seventeenth street NE; fined and costs. Iowa Deaths What Cheer Paul A. Palmer, 81. Saturday, at 2, Harden's. Burial: Sixteen cem-clery. Belle Steve L. Mal-com, 47. Monday al Firsl Congregalional church. Masonic services Sunday at 8, Peffers-Halverson's. Visifation after noon Saturday. Alarcngo Elsie Koehn, 83. Hoover-Valentine's. Walford Mary L. Dull-lingcr, 87. Saturday al 10 at St. Mary's church, Iowa Cily. Burial: new section St. Joseph's cemetery. Rosary Friday al 8 at Donohue's, Iowa City. Edffcwood Ella A. Apple-Ion, 94, Mora, Minn., formerly of Manchester. Monday al at Edgewood Methodist church. Friends may call at Shelly's, Manchester, after 7 Saturday. T i p t o n Raymond E. Spencer. 67. Monday at al Firsl United Melhodisl church Rose Croix services al 8 Sunday al Sheets and Son, where friends may call after 9 a.m Sunday. Ryan Mary E. McEnany 82. Monday al at SI. Patrick's church. Rosary al 8 Sal-urday and Wake service al t Sunday al Shelly's, Man Charged with damping Count Preliminary hearing has been et for 1 :30 p.m. May 20 in mag-strate's court for an Illinois lan arrested for violating four ections of the state's new law. Tom O'Connell of Decatur, 11., was arrested Wednesda; ight by Des Moines county heriff's officers at the Plaza lotcl in Burlington, where lie lad been operating weekly bingo games. He was arrested on warrant rom Linn county as a result o charges filed April 18 by Linn county Attorney William Faches fe was released after posting bond, ?500 on cadi of th our charges.; State Complaint The charges were based on a complaint by Robert R Schrieber, supervisor of th area office of 'the Iowa Depart ment Of Revenue in connectio with incidents April 7. O'Connell, doing busines under the names of America Scholarships, Inc. Inle American Scholarships, Inc Great American Scholarship :nc., and Equal Opportunit Scholarships, Inc., was chargec with: Conducting a raffle with priz values over i. Conducting Ibingo games am raffles without having a 30- by 30-inch sign postde giving th rules of the game, the cost o he game, and the name am jermanenl address of the opera .or posted; Conducting liingo games on rented premises where th owner did not have a gamblin license; And, conducting a raffle anc offering to buy back a prize to O'Connell formerly operate! ropular bingo games at th VIontrose hotel. Illinois Convictions Last year, he pled guilty t four charges of gambling in 111 nois involving bingo games h ran there. An official of the Illinois de p a r t m e n t of revenue, sail D'ConnelFs license to conduc such games was revoked at learing after he pled guilty t the charges. illness in Chicag ital early Friday suffering) 'rom carbon monoxide poison-i Mrs. Wiley and the baby were Infant Funk James Roger Funk II, in- J James Roger Funk II, in- ant son of Mr. and Mrs. James R. Funk, Oklahoma City, died at birth Wednesday. Surviving are his parents, materna irandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Al bert Sturm, Cedar Rapids; pa crnal grandparents, Mr. and tfrs. Clark 0. Funk, Strawberry 'oint; and maternal great irandparents, Mr. and Mrs jeonard Johnson, Cedar Rapids 'rivate graveside services: p.m. Saturday at Cedar Memo ial by the Rev. John Hardy o ?irst Christian church. Arrange ments by the Cedar Memoria funeral home. Memorial Services Koutnik, Ann M. 9 a.ir Saturday at St. Wenceslau church by the Rev. Clarenc Frana. Burial: St. John's. A rangements by Kuba funer; home east. Ifamelin, Dorothy, 10 a.n Saturday in Janeba-Kuba fu neral home west, by the Robert Cizek of St. Ludraila church. Burial: Linwood. Divis, Lester A. p.m Saturday in Janeba-Kuba fu neral home west by the Rev Georga McDill. Burial: Czec National. Friends may, if the wish, contribute to the charit' of their choice. (Continued from Page 1.) property have risen from prac iically nothing during the Roo sevelt-Truman era to over million in the Johnson adminis :ration and over 517 million dur ing the first five years of th Nixon administration." Johnson Properly It says million was spen in connection with former Pres ident Johnson's property, in eluding million for commu nications, for securit; agents, in security cost at the LBJ Ranch and Haywod Ranch in Texas and office i: Austin, and for air traf :ic control at the LBJ Ranch airstrip. The draft report recommends ightening of control of all feder- al security expenditures directly under the secret service for pro- tecting Presidents' and vicc- prcsidents1 homes. It recommends reporting of such expenditures to congress be required every six months. It also recommends (lie gov- ernment lake back any equip- ment and material it can when ils protection of a President ends and that Ihc government be reimbursed for any unreco- verable items that enhance Ihc value of his properly. Action by Doctor, Police Three members of a family Hayes. Michael was found col- were admitted to St. Luke's hos- lapsed on the front porch, but May 28. Defense attorneys resisted this motion saying they had prior commitments and that it was too short a time and would deprive the defendant of a fair ial. They also indicated there ould he several motions filec the case. Judge Shacffcr set May 20 as ic dale for motions to be filed nd then set June 3 at 9 a.m. for ie murder trial. Defense attorneys told the udge they would file a written lotion resisting the trial date. Linn Charges Conner is accused along with ieorge Junior Nowlin in the onnolly case. Nowlin, who re- eived a plea extension for psy- liatric tests, is scheduled to lead May 31. Both men also are accused of ic murder and robbery of Mi iiacl Servey, 18, Cedar Rapids, ie same dale, in Linn county clion. They have been held in the Linn county jail. Bond for Con- iery stands at on the our charges. Bond for Nowlin >n the three charges for which lond was allowed, is ing caused by a defective chim- ney at their residence. Michael Wiley, 18, was in serious condition. His mother, Theresa, 44, and her grandson, Brett, five months, were in good condition. Police were called to the resi- dence at 2506 First avenue NE shortly before midnight by the family's physician. Felt III Dr. Gary Hayes said Michael called him to report he couldn't see and fell ill. Dr. Hayes, who told him to leave the house, called police and then drove to the home. Police arrived just aflcr Dr removed from an upstairs bed- room. They were awake, but confused, he said. Gas Thick Dr. Hayes, who praised the for their quick response, said the carbon monoxide con- tent in the air was so high that he and two officers were over- come. They did not require hos- pital treatment. lie said Michael's speech dur- ing the telephone call indicated the problem mighl be caused by air inside the home. The family was preparing to retire for the night when over- come. Dr. Hayes said. Zookeepers Get a Pair Of Surprises the There's a new pride in Bever park zoo. A pride of lions, that is, in- sle'ad of a pair, since "Louise" gave birth to a pair of cubs Friday morning. Louise, nearly three years old, and Lou, nearly six, took up joint residence last July The idea, of course, was cubs the first born in Cedar Rapids. Even so, the happy even came as a surprise to zoo of ficials, who hadn't known Louise was pregnant. The cubs were first noticee early Friday morning by Kim McFadden, 3911 Mt. Vernon roadfiE, and his nephew, Phi- lip Anderson, 4, of 1716 Second avenue SE. Information about the sex of the new arrivals, or what they will be named, wasn't avail- able Friday. Ray Indicates A Campaign on His Own Record If remarks made by Governor obert Ray in a Cedar Rapids conference Friday after- oon are any indication of his ampaign plans, he will attempt disassociate himself from resident Nixon and the nation- I Republican party. Asked if he intends to ask ixon to campaign for him in is bid for a fourth gubernato- .al term, Ray said, "I've never cfore asked him to, and this is ardly the time to start." He commented he had no more to do with Watergate than nyone else in the room an oped voters would realize this. "Confidence" "I have great confidence in ie people of Iowa to differen- iate between what happened in Vashington and what happens i he added. The governor did say that the Republican party is in a gloomy" condition because of he Watergate troubles, but he till contends. that this should not influence his upcoming race. Ray will campaign on the record of the his last six years in office, but contended he can not debate issues with Demo (Continued from Page 1.) the draft report says. It says th evidence is that the secret ser vice and other agencies "hav abused the discretion give them." And it said: "As a result, gov ernment expenditures for a! mrposes at privately ownei iome Loan Bank System to bu up conventional mortgages from savings and loans. The commit ments would be limited to mor gages of or less an would have the effect of givin the institutions more money lend. The third clement in the Pres ident's program involved bi ion to advance to the same sav ings and loans at a rate belo' their current borrowing costs "These are positive steps, bu the best long-range solution t the housing problem is to con qucr the inflation problem, Nixon said. "Inflation picks at the pocke book for other items, it leaves less to save for a down payment on better housing or for higher monthly payments for belter housing." 30 YEARS AGO President Roosevelt asked congress for an addition billion for Ihe army, bringing Ihc total lo billion for Ihe next fiscal year. IGOP Platform Meet Tonight; Invite Public The platform development committee for the upcoming Linn county Republican conven- tion will hold a public hearing at' 8 tonight in the community room of the Peoples bank east. "The session has been sche- duled to allow interested per- sons to submit proposals for the committee's ac- cording to platform committee chairman Esther Slrother. She emphasized that the session is open to the public and "not res- tricted just to Republicans." Mrs. Strother urged persons interested in making proposals to the committee to provide a written copy of their proposal to acilitate consideration by the ommittse, she added. Subcommittees named to evelop specific subject 'areas f the platform and persons eading subcommittees are: National affairs, Evart Vroon- and; government administra- lon, Carol Dillard; labor, Buzz cratic candidates until stand for something." "Only Attack" "All they have done so far i attack he claims. "I don know what they stand for." Ray said he had not read th presidential transcripts but fee! the proper forum, for discussio of the issue is in the congress He did say he hopes the ques lion is concluded "as rapidly a possible." The situation, he commented 'has drained and sapped energj :rom the country." Governor Ray is scheduled to cave Sunday for a trade trip to China. He hopes the sale ol Iowa products to China will re- sult. Jrown; law, JayKacena; legis- ative reform, Esther Strother; ransportation, Charles Stroth- man; energy, Mary Frye; educ- ation, June Chabol; taxation, ?ob Tow; environment, Mary Censing; human rights, Ray- mond K i m m; agriculture, George Davis; and 'preamble and recognitions, Ed Lundquist. Prods Congress Nixon urged congress to move faster on his legislative propos- als to help the housing market. "If the nation is to build the foundation for a more stable housing industry, less suscepti- ble to the market fluctuations which now characterize the housing market, certain steps must be taken which require congressional he said. from Page 1.) Subpoena Discussion Committee Chairman Peter Rodino (D-N.J.) at a briefing after the closed hearing said the committee may discuss subpoe" nas next week. Some members feel Nixon should be subpoenaed and cited 'or contempt of congress if he to comply. His refusa could be treated as grounds for impeachment, they say. Over the objections of Rep John Conyers (D-Mich.) the committee voted 31-6 to closi Thursday's session to televisioi and press coverage. Rodino sai( closed sessions were nccessar; :ecause the evidence "may tent to defame, degrade or incrimi nate" some persons. He orderec the TV cameras wheeled out. To Only One James St. Clair, Nixon's chie lawyer, was admitted bu warned that he could convey what he heard to only one out Nixon. St. Clair, talking to reporters predicted the house would no impeach Nixon. He said he hac no plans to bring "my client" li testify. The hearings are expected tc continue until July. Rodino sail he hoped sessions after May 2 would be open to news and tele vision coverage. let our flowers speak for you FLORIST and GIFT SHOP 364-8139 phono answered 24 hours every day Given Awards At C.R. Luncheon For Handicapped Gov. Robert Ray Friday gave awards to two Cedar Rapids handicapped workers and two ocal firms and issued four cer- tificates of merit at the Ar- mory luncheon meeting of the Citizens' -Committee for the landicapped. Margaret Hathaway, 1030 itaub court NE, was recog- nized for her work as a film nspection clerk at the Joint lounty School System office. Allen Hand, route 2, 'Center 'oint, received an award for his achievements as a timekeeper or Cherry-Burrell Co. Cherry-Burrell and Jack Cookman of the Burns Detective igency were named outstanding arge and small employers of landicapped persons. Recognized for. meritorious ;ervice on behalf of han- dicapped individuals were: Tail and Dottie Cummins, 1430 Miami drive NE, for their work m the Camp Courage project. The Cedar Rapids Community School system for establishment of the Taylor elementary scnool and rehabilitation center. The Multigraphics division of Addressograph M u 11 i g r ap h Corp. and Cedar Rapids attor- ney Gerald Fatka, 1627 Holly- wood boulevard NE. Duane Feltz, Cedar Rapids, of he state vocational vehabilita- ion department. 20 YEARS AGO Senator Smathers (D-FIa.) charged that rrance and Britain had shown n the Indo-China crisis that hey no longer could be counted on as U.S. partners against communist aggression. She's Specfatf Lot her Know wlfh flowers 1800 ELLIS BLVD. N Flowcrphonc 366-1826 Serving all faiths since 1888. John a Turner Son Turner's East, 800 Second Ave, SE Turner's Wesl, 1221 First Ave. West
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