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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - May 28, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Obituaries Mrs. Charles Newell Josephine Newell, 08, a former Cedar Hapids resident, died Sunday in a Molinc, 111., hospital following a short Oscar J. Johnson Oscar J. Johnson, 79, of 400 Thirty-sixth street NE, died M o n d a y following a short illness. Formerly of Gencseo, 111., he had been a Cedar ftapids resident 43 years. I illness. She was bom Dec. 27, 1905, in I 17- Minn., he was married to Made- Rain will fall Tuesday night in fhe northern Rockies and in the Great Lakes region. Clear to partly cloudy elsewhere. The Weather Hlnti temperatures Monday, low tem- peratures overnight and inches of pre- cipitation- Anchorage .5540 L. Anneles -.806? Atlanta ....7755 Miami ....9579 Bismarck ..7723 MIn'apolls ..7161 Chicago ....6556.02 N.Orleans 7962 Denver ....9157 New York .5552 Duluth .....S245.02 Phoenix ...10971 Honolulu ...8675 Seattle-.....6iH5 Houston ....897] Washington .6650 C. R. Weather High Monday.................66 Low overnight ...............62 Noon Tuesday ................67 2 p.m. Tuesday Precipitation...............0.39 Total for May ..............8.47 Normal for May ............3.59 Normal through May......11.40 Total for 1974 ..............19.43 Barometer, steady ........29.80 Humidity at noon ........96% Wind direction and velocity al 2 p.m., SSW al 14 mph. Sun rises Wednesday, sunsets, Year Ago Today high, 60 low, 52; rainfall, .01. f Traveler's Forecast Wednesday Weather, Hi-Lo Bismarck .PtCldy 61-45 Chicago 7B-56 Cincinnati.......Cloudy 79-61 Cleveland .......Cloudy-74-56 Des Moines......Tshwrs 78-S6 Detroit ........Cloudy 73-53 Indianapolis .....PtCldy 81-61 Kansas City .....PtCldy 86-65 Milwaukee......Cloudy 66-51 Mpls.-St. Paul ...PtCldy 71-54 Okla. City.......PtCldy 89-68 Cloudy 80-57 St. Louis ......Showers 84-65 Sioux Falls Tshwrs 72-45 Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in brackets) LaCrosse (12) 7.4, fall .2 Lansing (18) 9.3, no change Dam 9 (18) 18.5, no change McGregor (18) missing Guttenberg (15) 9.9, n change Dubuque (17) 11.9, [all .3 Davenport (15) 12.4, fall .2 Keokuk (16) 15.5, fall .5 Cedar at C.R. (13) 6.45, fall .85 May 28 To the families ol Gary Zimmerman, 238 Twenty-fourth street NW, a son; Thomas StacUhouse, 136 Brentwood drive NE, a. daugh- Births Luke's May 26 To the families of John J. Dolphin, 2185 Third av- enue, Marion, a daughter; Stc- Seventeenth Vcrnon. .lunette llolman, Cedar Rapids, and Rodney Kelly, Cal- nar. Kayo Krnskop, Cedar Rapids, and Patrick Hennessey, Marion. Fires a.m. Tuesday. Needless call at 519 Fifteenth street NE. Magistrate's Court Speeding; Michael Hubbel, 1837 O avenue NW; Robert Camenisch, Hiawatha; Michael Bideaux, route three, Marion; Vcdnesday at 11 at Methodist liurch. Erickson's. Traer Lydia OUerman, 86 crviccs were Tuesday at Irickson's. Kcolu Clarendon (Clem) ,'itrter, Wednesday at 2 o w e 11' .s in Keota where fiends may call after 7 Tues- lay. Tama Dr. Linnic Pitcher, :3. Thursday at 11, Harrison's. 3urial at 1 p.m. Thursday at ii.xtuen cemetery, rural What each fined' and costs. Lee Boscn, 3612 Spruce Wood drive NE; Wayne Wentzel, 1430 A avenue NW; Lois Sprague, Coralville; Weldon Cody, Palo; Paul Lange, Spvingville; Rose- mary Duckett, 2610 Union drive SW; Jack Clothier, Anamosa Cynthia Carlson, Coggon; John LeClere; route three, Cedar Rapids; each fined and costs. Ronald Fredericks, 424 Eighteenth street NW: fined and costs. Edwin Bin- iker, 400 Thirty-second street NE; Edmund Freud, jr., Iowa City; Rambna Boxwell, Lisbon William Edinger, Lisbon; Ar- lene VanDyke, Orange City Lillian Havlicck. Fairfax; Jeanne Fisher, Blairstown; Ste- ven Snyder, route one, Cedai Rapids; each lined and costs. Improper turn Michae' Hubbel, 1837 O avenue NW Don McDonnell, Coggon; eacl fined and costs. Driver's license violation Steven Struck, 1570 Forty- second street NE; Richard Saathoff, 1122 Elmhurst drive NE; each fined and costs Edward Ely; Willie Williams, 817 Ninth avenue SE Daniel Parks, 700 Knoll steeel S E Danni Dunnick, 2670 Brookland drive NE; Richard Wheeler, 1715 C avenue NE: each fined and costs. Faulty equipment Edward Coberly, 411 First avenue SE Thomas Thurston, 717 Thirty- fourth street NE; each fined and costs. Attempt to elude police Hichard SaathoII, 1122 Elm- hurst drive NE; fine and costs. Vehicle control violation Douglas Snitkcr, 1836 Fiftietl street NE; fined and costs Charles Harder, Bloomfield Jerry Bills 2633 Redbud road NE; each fined and costs. Disobey police Richard Saathoff, officer 1122 Elm ven Hynek, 177 avenue SW, a son. May 27 To the families of Richard W i I k i n s on, 1435 Twelfth street NE, a daughter; Robert Balin, route 1, Marion, a daughter; John Brcmner, 2021 Fifth avenue SW, a son; Ray Frischkorn, 2165 Evergreen street NE, a daughter; Abel Lozana. 2126 Eighteenth street SW, a daughter; William KHCII- ncn, 276 Sussex drive NE, a son; Jerald Hugging, 3125 Car- riage drive SW, a son. Coralville Lake Pool level Tuesday......707.08 Degree Days Friday Saturday Sunday ....................7 Monday Total to Through May 27, 1073 Percent of normal year ..103.6 Total normal year Out of Town Births At Tamms, III. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Dean Cain, a son. born May 13. The former Judy Boalbcy is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Andersen, 547 Cobban court SE. Marriage Licenses Peggy Lyman and Robert Chccscman, Donna MeLnnn and Terrnncc Donnelly, Deborah McNeil and Donald Tin-Icy, Jeanne Kcnncy and Matthew Brandos, Kielto Smale and Jo- seph Trey, jr., Patricia Matins and Mark Gilliatt, Christine Doss and Richard Stcggall, all of Cedar Rapids. Linda Powell nnd James Weber, both of Marion. Patricia Sandcrsfclri, Ccdnr Rapids, and Thomas Wngncr, Java, Va. Deborah Koch, Waterloo, and Paul Oliver, Auburn, N.Y. Lindn Prospect Heights, III., and Raymond Mcridith, Ml, hurst, drive NE; fined and costs. Traffic signal violation James White, 1715 First avenue SE; Richard Saathoff, 1122 Slmhurst drive NE, five charge s; pringville; M the lii mini tit jdv it n'illt flttii'ci' PIERSON'S isoo tii.i.is ni.vn. NW IM.OWKIII'IIONP. .HIHHZB Donna James McCombs Edmunds 5507 Cedar drive NW; eacl Ined and costs. Plate violation Danie Parks, 700 Knoll street SE "ined and costs. Permitting unauthorized pel- son to drive Sidney Martin Hiawatha; and costs. Improper passing Kichar urvives. She was married to Charles Wayne Newell July 12, 1937, in Jedar Rapids. Services: 9 a.m. Wednesday it Delloo funeral home, Moline, tind a.m. at Sacred Heart Catholic church. Burial: Green-view Memorial Gardens, East Moline. Friends may call al the funeral home, where the liturgy will be read at p.m. the Rock Island railroad for years prior to retirement. Mr. Johnson was a member of cnwood Park United Prcsby-crian church; Border Masonic odge 406 at Rock Hapids; Han-ord American 1-egion post; Rc-red Rock Island Club, and Linn dimly Barracks of World War Veterans. Surviving arc his wife; three ons, James and Robert, both of edar Rapids, and John of rand Island, Neb.; two sters, Clara Baasch, Forl auderdaie, Fla., and Lula chinler, Devon, Pa.; and seven jrandchildren. Services: Chapel of Memories at 1 p.m. Wednesday by the Rev. Lawrence A. Chamberlain of Kenwood Park Presbyterian lurch. Burial: Cedar Memorial. The casket will be closed al Wednesday. Friends may call at the fear Memorial funeral they drag it out, it could ry well interfere will) the ncc-sary work of the congress." rord was asked in an inter-ew about reports that commil-e members feel additional arings arc needed to clarify mbiguities in Watergate tapes d Iranscripts. 'I certainly hope not." he plied. "I think they could 1 iuld hope they would get it, latever they do, to the floor of 10 house by late June or early uly." Avoids Tape Issue Ford was interviewed in the ake of his strong public disap-oval of Nixon's refusal to pro-do any additicnal Watergale idence to the judiciary com-illee. However, at Ihe vice-esident's request, that subject as not raised in Ihe interview. Presidential Press Secretary onald Zieglcr on Sunday put own reports of differences be-ween Ford and Nixon. Ziegler said relations belween IB President and Ford were very good." He said, "The ce-president has no difficulties ith Ihe President at all." First Evidence Three Republicans on the ju-iciary committee said Nixon's nush money" conversation o: larch 21, 1973, is the only evi-ence they have heard tha ould lend lo implicate the Chief xecutive in the Watergale cov-r-up. Reps. Wiggins of 3ennis of Indiana 'and Henry Smith of New York all had in-sisled before listening to th ape last week that the inquir lad yet to hear any evidenc implicating Nixon. However, the three said in in terviews over the Memorial da recess thai Ihe March 21 tal could be a lurnaround point if s clarified with further inves t gallon. "Forget Tapes" House Republican Leade Rhodes said Tuesday the judic ary committee should stop d manding tapes and start eallin witnesses; r j "The committee has bee mesmerized with tapes ion Rhodes told a new onference. He 'said the best evidence i not the tapes but the individual involved in the conversations who should be called and sub ected to cross-examinaiion. Al the same time, howevei Rhodes said Nixon is subject 1 criticism for refusing to give th committee any more tapes. Anc louse members would be ju ified in laking his refusal (Continued from Page 1.) remaining stumbling locks, said by a high American fficial to be tough ones, repor-cdly included agreement on he width of a buffer sep-rating the forces, with Syria vanling a narrower one than srael. "Nor Yes" "The lime has come for a general and definitive conclu-ion about this package 'cres said. "It's either no or and Ihe cabinel has lo consider the whole picture." A grave and weary Kissinger old newsmen Monday his mission had not yet failed. "We will not know until tomorrow what he final outcome he said. A high U.S. official said Kissinger "narrowed the gap to a very few issues" in his final talks with Assad, but a few "tough issues" remained. In one key dispute, Syria wanted cuts in the width of the buffer zone separating opposing armies. In another, Israel wanted the Damascus governmenl to bar Palestinian guerilla raids from Syrian territory. Few Blanks Most of Ihe accord was already drafted, with only a few ilanks to be filled in after set-ement of the final obstacles. A high U.S. official said it was al mosl inconceivable the tw sides would fail to reach a eventual pact. Kissinger was expected t summon Syrian and Israe envoys to Washington to corr plele the details if he failed t ;et a final agreement during h ongest and most complicate peace mission. A Damascus cornmuniqi meanwhile reported new e changes of fire on the strateg peak in the .78th day of a no stop war of attrition on the et battled Golan Heights. The latesl fighting came aft a day of Israeli-Syrian clash across the full length of t heights spilled over into neij boring Lebanon. 7 -1 a Marxist underground c oup called tha Red Brigade e 1 e a s e d District Attorney ario Sossi, who had been held t ptive five weeks. In exchange for Sossi's life, a url bowed to the brigade's errands and ordered eight left-I convicts freed. A higher court suspended Ihis ling Monday, however, pend-g appeal. The convicts, scrv-g terms totaling more than 200 ears for murder, kidnap, rob-cry and sabotage, remained in Martha M. Dodge Martha M. Dodge, 62, of 1631 A avenue NE, died Friday after a long illness. Born March 27, 1912, in Mower county, Minn., she had lived in Cedar Rapids for the past 20 years. Mrs. Dodge was a rcsidentia director al Voorhees hall, Coe college for seven years; and a secretary at Collins Radio Co for eight years before retiring in 1972. Surviving are a son, Richard Midland, Mich.; two daughters Mrs. Richard Runkc, Ft. Ben ning, Ga. and Mary K. Dodge Pownal, Va.; two brothers Louis Farber, Woodland Hills Calif., and Donald Farber, Ed mond, Okla.; two sisters, Elsi Voogd, Rochelle, 111., and Greta ?arbcr, Lakewood, Colo.; an two grandchildren. Services: Thursday 1 p.m. a Stewart funeral home by Dr John Woods of Westminste United Presbylerian church Private burial at Nevada mu n i c i p a 1 cemetery, Nevada Friends may register at the fu neral home Wednesday from until 9 p.m. The casket wi remain closed at all Man's Death Is Ruled a Suicide Richard G. Walsh, 38, of 30 hirty-third avenue SW, was cad on arrival al Mercy hospi-1 at p.m. Monday after a dative found him on the floor his garage next to a car. The death has been ruled a uicide by the Linn medical ex-miner, who attributed death lo arbon monoxide poisoning but did a final determination will wait results of blood tests. A suicide note was found near ic body, according to authori-es. Walsh was born Aug. 5, 1934, n Wisconsin, and had made his wme in Waterloo before coming o Cedar Rapids in 1962. Mr. Walsh was president of lawkeye Roofing Co., and had been employed previously by Cedar Rapids Roofing Co. He was a veteran of the Korean war. He and Carolyn Strain were married May 27, 1967, in Cedar Rapids. Surviving besides m' wife are two daughters, Kath erine Sue and Michelle Renee wth at home; two sisters, Shu-ley Seccor, Waverly, and Jeai Ackerson, Waterloo; and litre brothers, Robert William an James, all of Waterloo. Services are pending at Tun er chapel (Continued from Page and to do so at their own expense. The supreme court sent the Eisen case, which has been in the courts eight years, back to the lower court with instructions that it be dismissed. The decision left the way open for Eisen to bring a similar suit later after making changes in the composition of the classes. Although the supreme court was unanimous in sending the matter back to the U.S. district court in New York for new proceedings, Justices Brennan am Marshall joined Douglas in hi Dartial dissent. "A class action serves not on .y the convenience of the par lies but also p'rompl efficien judicial Doug las wrote. In other action Tuesday, th court: Agreed to review a cour decision allowing radio and tele vision stations to broadcast th winning numbers in the Ne Jersey state lottery. Agreed to review the Nationa LabOK-Relations.Joard's fight Memorial Services Swab, Frances Barbara Turner chapel east at a.m. Wednesday by the Rev John S. Shew. Entombmen Chapel of Memories. Friend may call at Turner east until 1 a.m. Wednesday. The cask will not be opened after tl service. Booth, Herbert P. Sevent Day Ad ventist; church, "iristea of Turner chapel- east ;as pro Viously announced at p.n Wednesday by Pastor Siegfrie Roeske. Burial: Spring Grov cemetery near Covington Friends may call at Turner eas until 9 p.m. Tuesday and at th church from 10 a.m. to p.m. Wednesday. The caske will not be opened after th service. White, Gerald R. Turne chapel west at 3 p.m. Wednes day by the Rev. Harry Egnei Burial: Cedar Memoria Friends may call at Turne west until p.m. Wedne day. The casket will not b opened after the service. Sui viving in addition to those pre viously listed is a half-siste Mrs. T. L. Johnson of Florida Noble, Verne E. Gravesid at Oak Hill at p.in Thursday by the Rev. Alvo Nelson. Friends may call a Turner east until p.ir Thursday. Johnson, Oscar J. 1 p.n Wednesday at the Chapel o Memories by the Re Lawrence A. Chamberlain o Kenwood Park United Presby .erian church. Burial: Ccda Memorial. Arrangements by tl Cedar Memorial funeral YEARS AGO A feder: loyally board announced it ha unanimously cleared' Dr.. Ralpl J. Bunche of any and ail Secret certain records de manderi by Sears, Roebuck an Co. Agreed to rule on whether li braries may give out photocopies of copyrighted works. Let stand a far-reachin Washington state public disclo sure law which supporter called the state's attempt "I avoid its own Watergates." Th law requires detailed financia reports from elecled officia. and Looking: for Wa to buy or self? Think of war ads first. 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