Cedar Rapids Gazette, May 28, 1974, Page 6

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - May 28, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa jj|r NAftOMAt WI A1 Hit Obituaries Oscar J. Johnson Oscar .I Johason, 79, of IOO ,    _    .    ,,    ,    i    /    Thirty-sixth street NP}, died a former Cedar Rapids resident, M (j n d , y fo,|owmg ., shor) died Sunday in a Moline, III., illness. Formerly of Geneseo, Mrs. Charles Newell Josephine I). Newell, UM WI ATMI* I OtOC AS I • Rain will fall Tuesday night in the northern Rockies and in the Great Lakes region. Clear to partly cloudy elsewhere. hospital following a short illness. She was born Dec. 27, 1905. in Anamosa, lier parents died while she was young, and she was reared by an aunt, Mrs. Ben Groff of Cedar Rapids who survives. She was married to Charles Wayne Newell July 12, 1937, in Cedar Rapids. Services: 9 a rn. Wednesday at De Roo funeral home, Moline, and 9:30 a m. at Sacred Heart Catholic church. Burial: Greenview Memorial Gardens, P'.ast Moline. Friends may call at the funeral home, where the liturgy will be read at 7:30 p m Tuesday. 111., he had been a Cedar Rapids resident 43 years. Born Sept 17, 1894, at Osakis, Minn., he was married to MarJe-lort Rruitt Nov. 30,    1922, at —Watergate— (Continued from Page I.) a number of White House conversations dealing with Watergate and said afterward he would release no more Water-gate-related material, either to .Jaworski or to the house judiciary committee's impeachment inquiry. Fears Dragging Out Meanwhile, Vice-president Ford said he hopes the judiciary Tho Cedar Rapids Gazette: Tues., May 28, 1974 The Weather low of fem pre SS 40 L Angelet BO 67 77 SS Miami V5 79 77 53 Min'apolis 71 61 65 56 02 N. Orleans 79 62 91 57 New York 55 52 52 45 .02 Phoenix 109 71 86 75 Seattle 66 45 88 73 Washington 66 SO High temperatures Monday, peratures overnight and inches cipitation Anchorate Atlanta Bismarck Chicano . Denver Duluth Honolulu Houston C. R. Weather High Monday................ HK Low overnight ...............62 Noon Tuesday .......... 67 2 p.m. Tuesday ..............66 Precipitation 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 at 2 p.m., SSW at 14 mph. Sun rises Wednesday, 5:35; sun sets, 8:33. Year Ago Today — high, 60: low, 52; rainfall, OI. Traveler's Forecast Wednesday Weather, Hi-I.o Bismarck ........PtCldy 61-45 Chicago •........Shwrs    78-5B Cincinnati ...... Cloudy    79-61 Cleveland .......Cloudy    74-56 Des Moines..... Tshwrs    78-56 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 Omaha ......... Cloudy    80-57 St. Louis  Showers 84-65 Sioux Falls ...    Tshwrs    72-45 Mississippi Staqes (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, change Dubuque (17) 11.9, fall .3 Davenport (15) 12 4. fall .2 Keokuk (16) 15.5, fall .5 Wednesday at 11 at Methodist church. Erickson’s. Traer — Lydia Otterman, 86 Services were Tuesday at! Erickson’s. Keota (Carter, 93. Vernon. Janette Holman, Cedar po we I I’s in Keota when Rapids, and Rodney Kelly, Cal- friends may call alter 7 Tues-mar. Kayo Kruskop, Cedar I day. Rapids, and Patrick Hennessey, fania . Dr. Tannic Pitcher, Marion.    M33 Thursday at ll, Harrison’s. pjres    Burial at I p.m. Thursday at I Sixteen cemetery, rural What 8:59 a.m. Tuesday. Needless cheer. Tama Wayne Spire, 75, Tucson, Ari/.. Henderson’s, To- Harris, Iowa He was a veteran committee won’t, expand its im of World war I, and employed pcachment. hearings, declaring. by the Rock Island railroad lor “jf fHey drag it, out, it. could 44 years prior to retirement. very well interfere with the ncc-Mr. Johnson was a member of essary worg 0f the congress.” Kenwood Park United Prcsby-    _____ terian church; Rorder Masonic lodge 406 at Rock Rapids; Han-j ford American legion post; Be-; tired Rock Island Club, and Linn County Barracks of World War Veterans. account when voting on impeachment. he said. House Speaker Albert (D-Okla.) said in a separate news conference he is surprised at what he termed Nixon’s refusal to co-operate with the committee, but Albert would not express an opinion as to whether the denial of the evidence sought is unlawful. “I think (bat’s a matter for the committee to decide,” Albert said. -Mid-East— (Continued from Page I.) Organiza- —Bomb— (Continued from Page I.) after a Marxist group called tho r eleas e d ambiguities in Watergate tapes Palestine Liberation tion (PLO). Information Minister Shimon Peres refused to go into the details of the cabinet meeting or the difficulties blocking agreement, saying only that, the government discussed ‘‘a sumup of the agreement, its political hearings, its geographic arrangements and different, military points.” The remaining stumbling blocks, said by a high American underground official to be tough ones, repor-Red Brigade fedly included agreement on District. Attorney| the width of a buffer '/.one septic forces, with Syria a narrower one than rail at 519 Fifteenth street NE. Magistrate's Court ledo. Nowlin Pleads Innocent in Mel der Case George Junior Nowlin pled innocent in Linn district court Tuesday to charges of murder $3o|and robbery with aggravation. No mention was made when the 31-year-old rural Keystone man appeared in court whether jn i c i p a Speeding Michael Hubbel, 1837 O avenue NW; Robert Camenisch, Hiawatha; Michael Bideaux, route three, Marion; 0 391 each fined $40 and costs. Lee Posen. 3612 Spruce Wood drive NE; Wayne Went/el, 1430 A avenue NW:    Luis Sprague, Coralville; Weldon Cody, Palo; Paul Lange, Springville; Rosemary Duckett, 2610 Union drive SW; Jack Clothier, Anamosa; Cynthia Carlson, Coggon: John LeClcre; route three, Cedar Rapids; each fined and costs. Ronald Fredericks.! 424 Eighteenth street NW; fined $25 and costs. Edwin Binger, 400 Thirty-second street NE; Edmund Freud, jr., Iowa City; Ramona Boxwell, Lisbon; William Flinger, Lisbon; Arlene VanDyke, Orange City; Lillian Harbeck. Fairfax; Jeanne Fisher, Blairstown; Steven Snyder, route one. Cedar Rapids; each fined $20 and costs. Improper turn    Michael Hubbel, 1837 O avenue NW; Don McDonnell, Coggon; each fined $15 and costs. Driver’s license violation Steven Struck, 1570 Forty-second street NE; Richard Saathoff, 1122 Elmhurst drive NE; each fined $20 and costs. Edward Rozinck, Ely, Willie Williams, 817 Ninth avenue SE: Daniel Parks, 700 Knoll steeet SE; Danni Dunnick, 2670 Brookland drive NP}; Richard Wheeler, 1715 C avenue NE; each fined $10 and costs. Faulty equipment Edward) Coberly, 411 First avenue SE; at the jail ‘‘are so worn and Thomas Thurston. 717 Thirty- broken he cannot shave without fourth street NE; each fined SHM cutting himself.” |a"Aui'rnpt to Hod* polio J    said    Now'in als0 C0"V -Richard Saathoff. 1122 Elm- plained about inadequate medi- C’cdar at ('.IU (13) 6.45, fall hurst drive NE; fine $50 and cal care. A doctor came to the I costs.    jail for 0nlv five minutes after IttEEfsmike"' ,8“rthjNownn complained of a rash street NE; fined $20 and costs, breaking out, they reported. Charles Harder, Bloomfield; Jerry Bills 2633 Redbud road NE; each fined $15 and costs. Disobey police officer —. Richard Saathoff, 1122 Elm- the attorneys said. and an appli-hurst drive NE; fined $25 and cation will probably be made costs.    j    for a neurological test. Thev Traffic signal violation - I .    ,    somethjnn    or0\ ld- enue, Marion,    a    daughter;    Ste-jJamcs White, 1715 First avenue    ‘    "    '    ^    P. von llynek,    177    Seventeenth    SE; Richard Saathoff, 1122|C<I to treat    Hie symptoms ill    the Martha M. Dodge Martha M. Dodge, 62, of 1631 A avenue NP}, died Friday after a long illness. Born March 27,    1912, in Mower county, Clarendon (Clem) Minn., she had lived in Cedar Wednesday at 2, Rapids for the past 20 years. Mrs. Dodge was a residential director at 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. Benning, Ga. and Mary K. Dodge, Pownal, Va.; two brothers, I/mis Farber, Woodland Hills, |Calif., and Donald Farber, Kd-(mond, Okla.; two sisters, Elsie jVoogd, Rochelle, 111., and Greta iFarber, Lakewood, Colo.; and two grandchildren. Services: Thursday I p m. at Stewart funeral home by Dr John Woods of Westminster United Presbyterian church I Surviving are his wife; three' , sons, James and Robert, both of ,r^!V , Cedar Kapids, and John cl w0,lld '’"I*’ Grand Island, Neb; two sisters, Clara Baasch, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and Lula Schinler, Devon, Pa.; and seven grandchildren Services: Chapel of Memories Ford was asked in an interview about reports that committee members feel additional .    i,,Qr,.inrt hearings are needed to clarify Mar!" Sr' Wh!’ hild h"M    , tolerate .ar,es I captive five weeks.    wanting In exchange for Sossi’s life, a Israel, court, bowed to the brigade’s! demands and ordered eight leftist convicts freed. A higher court suspended this ruling Monday, however, pending appeal. The convicts, serv ile - I and transcripts. “I certainly hope not.” I think they could they would get it. whatever they do. to the floor of the house by late June or early “Nor Yes’’ "The time has rome for a general and definitive conclusion about this package deal,” Peres said “It’s either no or yes, and the cabinet has to con- July ” ., _    .    ing terms totaling more than 200 a,‘u    '•« Avoid* Tape Issue    ^ tor murd(?r kidnap, rr,b.|    ,hp whol<' Plcturc- ford was interviewed in the bery and sabotage, remained in    ^ Stave and weary Kissinger wake of his strong public disap- jail. at. I p m Wednesday by the proval of Nixon’s refusal to pro-Rev. Lawrence A. Chamberlain vide any additional Watergate of Kenwood Park Presbyterian jevidence to the judiciary com church. Burial: Cedar Memori- mittee. However, at the viee-al. The casket will be closed at j president s request, that subject 12:45 Wednesday. Friends may call at the Ce dar Memorial funeral home. floor relative found him on the of his garage next to a car. The death has been ruled a suicide by the Linn medical ex-1 airliner, who attributed death to was not raised in the interview. Presidential Press Secretary Ronald Ziegler on Sunday put ---~    down rep0rjs 0f differences be- •——COlirT"”""*    tween Ford and Nixon. (Continued from Page I.)    „,Zie*ler said rcla!io"s batw<‘('n tho President    and    Ford    were hie and to do so at    their own “very    good.”    He    said.    “The expense. The supreme court sent the Eisen case, which has been in    await    results    of    blood    tests, the courts eight years, back to    *,rst ^v,denee    a    suicide    note    was    found near the lower court with instructions Three Republicans on the ju- tho body, according to authori-that it be dismissed    diciary committee said Nixon’s    ties. The decision    left    the way    rhush    money”    conversation of    *    *    * open for F'.isen to bring a similar suit later    after making told newsmen Monday his mis-ion had not yet failed “We will j not know until tomorrow what the final outcome it,” he said. A high U.S. official said Kis-jsinger “narrowed the gap to a very few issues” in his final few C. R. Man s Death Is Ruled a Suicide Richard G. Walsh, 38, of 301 Thirty-third avenue SW, wasj dead on arrival at Mercy hospi- ta|Rs wjth Assad, but a tai at 8:35 p m. Monday after ^|“tough issues” remained. In one key dispute, Syria wanted cuts in the width of the buffer zone separating opposing I armies. In another. Israel wanted the Damascus government vice-president has no difficulties carbon    p0IS0”ing    blJ,!    to    bar    Palestinian    guerilla    raids with the President at all.”    sa|f|    a    {ina!    determination    wdl    f    Svrian    territorv from Syrian territory. Few Blanks Most of the accord was al- . ,    ,    „    .ready drafted, with only a few iwl    conversation of    *    *    *    blanks to be filled in after sct- |March 21, 1973, is the only evi- Walsh was horn Aug. 5, 1934, tlement of the final obstacles. A (dence they have heard that J in Wisconsin, and had made his I high U.S. official said it was al- could tend to implicate the chiel home in W aterloo before coming ;m'oSt sides changes in the composition of the classes.    executive in the Watergate cov- to Cedar Rapids in 1962 Although the supreme court.er-up.    Mr.    Walsh    was    president    of i v i    ......  _    was unanimous in sending the Reps. Wiggins of ^California. Hawkeye Roofing Co., and had Private burial^at* Nevada "mu-! matter back to the U.S. district, Dennis of Indiana and Henry been employed previously by Nevada court in New York for new pro- Smith of New York all had in- Cedar Rapids Roofing Co He an rais( four days before trial to raise such a defense. Nowlin was returned recently to Linn county jail from the Security Medical F’acility at Oakdale, where he received a psychiatric examination on a defense application. Trial Set Judge August Honsoll, jr.. set trial for July 22 on the murder charge and Aug. 12 on the robbery charge. July 16 was set for a hearing on pre-trial motions. Attorneys for Nowlin mentioned at Tuesday’s court session that their client appeared in court unshaven not by choice, but because the razors provided ier nit* i na I cemetery Nevada court in New York tor new pro-    ^    mu    in-    uecar itapias nuonng km. ne be I Friends may register'at the fu- seedings, Justices Brennan ami si^ before listening to the was a veteran of the Korean n insanity defense would belKriends may register at me IU-    "    ^, T mne last week that the inn.,ie, aised. The defense has until metal home Wednesday from 2 Marshall joined Douglas in hts ^ P    I    eudle    'n our days before trial In raise until 9 nm. The casket will .Partial dissent    .had    y    to hear any evidence He . until 9 p remain closed at all times. no .85 Births — Mercy May 28 To tho families of Gary Zimmerman. 2 38 Twenty-fourth street NW, a son; Thomas Stackhouse, 136 Brentwood drive NE. a daughter. Births — St. Luke's Mav 26 — To the families of John J. Dolphin. 2185 Third av- Headaches Nowlin also reportedly has been suffering from headaches, Memorial Services Swab, Frames Barbara — Turner chapel east at 10:30 a m. Wednesday by the Rev. John S. Shew. Entombment: Chapel of Memories. Friends may call at Turner east until IO a.m. Wednesday. The casket will not be opened after the service. Booth. Herbert I*. — Seventh Day Adventist church of Turner chapel east Viouslv announced at 1:30 p.m. Imanded bv Sears, Roebuck and mesmerized with Wednesday by Pastor Siegfried C{)    *    j h „ ^ Roeskc. Burial: Spring Grove    -    -    ....    nougn, nnoae. cemetery near Covington. Friends may call at Turner east braries may give out photo- He sald the best evidence is until 9 p.m. Tuesday and at the copies of copyrighted works. n0l the tapes but the individuals church from IO am to 1:251 Let stand a far-reaching involved in the conversations. will not be ‘opened after ,helWashinSlon state Publlc d,scl°- who should be called and sub-service.    surc ^aw which supporters jected to cross-examination. White. Gerald It. — Turnei calk'd the states attempt “toj ^e same time, however. chapel west at 3 p.m. Whines- avoid its own Watergates.’’ The Rhodes said Nixon is subject to UM.biyolhe ^aJlarMf.mn?od !,aw requ‘res detail«l financial criticism for refusing to give the 'U * may call at Turner j    from elected officials committee any more tapes. And house members would be justified in taking his refusal into inconceivable the two would fail to reach an eventual pact. Kissinger was expected to summon Syrian and Israeli envoys to Washington to complete the details if he failed to get a final agreement during his longest and mofct complicated peace mission. A Damascus communique meanwhile reported new exchanges of fire on the strategic peak in the 78th day of a non- and Carolyn Strain were “A class action serves not on-1 implicating Nixon.    married May 27, 1967, in Cedar !|y the convenience of the par-! However, the three said in in- Rapids. Surviving besides his lies but also prompt efficient terviews over the Memorial day wife are two daughters, Kath-ijudicial administration,” Doug ;recess that the March 21 talk erine Sue and Michelle Renee, las wrote.    (could be a turnaround point if it both at home; two sisters. Shir- In other action Tuesday, the ls trifled with further inves- lev Seccor. Waverly, and Jean court: Agreed to review a court! ligation.    Ackerson, Waterloo; and three ^°P war of atJntion on the em- decision allowing radio and tele-    “Forget    Tapes”    brothers, Robert William and untied »olan Hmgh s. vision stations to broadcast the House Republican Leader!;James- ad of Waterloo.    The    latest fighting came after winning numbers in the New Rhodes said Tuesday the judiei- Services are pending at Turn- a day of Israeli-Syrian clashes Jersey state lottery.    |ary committee Should stop de-Ser c^apel west. Agreed to review the National manding tapes and start calling instead I Labor Itelations Board s fight to witnesses. as pre- keep secret certain records de-1    ••The committee has been tapes long told a news Agreed to rule on whether Ii- conference braries may give out photo- He said the hest evidence across the full length of the _heights    spilled    over    into    neigh- A fedora] boring Lebanon. 20 YEARS ALO loyalty board announced it had unanimously cleared Dr. Ralph Looking for something. J Bunche of any and all to buy or sell* Think of charges.    lads    first.    Dial    398-8234. Want want Friends . . . .7 6,871 I 6.907 j 103.6 6,631 avenue SW, a son. May 27 To the families of Richard Wilkins on, 1435 Twelfth street NE, a daughter; Robert Balin. mute I, Marion, a daughter; John Bremner, 2021 Fifth avenue SW, a son; Ray Frischkorn, 2 16 5 Evergreen street NP}, a daughter; Abel Lorana, 2126 Eighteenth street SW a daughter; William non. 276 Sussex drive NP’,, a son; Jerald Huggins, 3125 Carnage drive SW. a son. Coralville Lake Pool level Tuesday .    707.08 Degree Days Friday ............... 9 Saturday ............   J Sunday .............. Monday    ....... Total to date Through May 27, 1973 Percent of normal year Total normal year . Out of Town Births .At Tamms, III. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Dean Cain, a son. born May 13. The former Judy Boa I bey is tile daughter of Mr. I and Mrs. John W. Andersen,| 547 Cobban court SE. Marriage Licenses Peggy Lyman and Robert (’horseman. Donna McLane and Terrance Donnelly, Deborah: McNeil and Donald Turley, Jeanne Kenney and Matthew, Brandos, Kieko Simile and Joseph Trey, jr., Patricia Matiasj and Mark Gilliatt, Christine) Ross and Richard Stcggall, alii of Cedar Rapids. Linda Powell I and James Weber, both of Marion Patricia Sandersfcld, Cedar Rapids, and Thorns-Wagner, Java, Va. Debut ah Koch, Waterloo, and Paul Oliver, Auburn, NY Linda | Scilul/c, Prospect Heights, III.,) and Raymond Meridith, MU E    I rn Ii ii r s t drive    NP], live e    h a r g e s; Donna    McCombs, Springville; James Edmunds, 5507 Cedar drive NW; each fined $15 and costs. Plate violation    Daniel Parks, 700 Knoll street SPU fined $15 and costs. Permitting unauthorized person to drive — Sidney Martin, Kuen-j Hiawatha; $2(1 and costs. Improper passing    Richard Schomburg, Walker; fined $15 and costs. Iowa Deaths Postville Regi Hesse, 5. Wednesday at 2 at Salem United Church of Christ. Martin Bros., Waukon. Waukon James Hem" y, 46 Wednesday at IO at St. Patrick’s church. Rosary at 8 Tuesday at Bakkr-IUnison' , where friends may call until IO p.m. Tuesday. Keystone John Kaplan.in. 5)3. Wednesday at 1:30 at PVIImet’s. Traer — Harold ll. Well.1, 66 meantime. Nowlin and Atwell Junior Conner were indicted by the Linn county grand jury for the robbery and murder of Michael Servey, 18, of Cedar Rapids on March IO. The pair also are charged in Jones county with the murder and rape of Maureen Connolly, 17. of Cedar Rapids, on the same d de. Two deputies were in the courtroom with Nowlin during Tuesday’s court appearance, and two deputies remained outside the courtroom. Ordinarily only one or two deputies are assigned to accompany defendants from the county jail for court hearings. Deputies refused to comment on the reason for the extra security measures. from west until 2:30 p.m. Wednes- and lobbyists, day. The casket will not be opened after the service. Surviving in addition to those previously listed is a half-sister, Mrs. T. L. Johnson of P’lorida. Noble, Verne t. — Graveside at Oak Hill at 1:30 p.m. Thursday by the Rev. Alvon Nelson. Friends may call at Turner east until 12:30 pm. Thursday. Johnson, Oscar J. - I p.m. Wednesday at the Chapel of Memories by the Rev. Lawrence A. Chamberlain of Kenwood Park United Presbyterian church. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Arrangements by the Cedar Memorial funeral home. For 61 years . . . flowers for all occasions! f sr f John E. Lopes rVt v 308 3rd Ave. SE    365-05    T 308 3rd Ave. SE    365-0511 Convenient downtown location FIRST CHI Rd! OF HIF WARKm; 3113.1m iv i S.l. .'ta 1-0633 presents: "Til I KF IN TRK NIGHT” SUNDAY JUNE 2 9:Ii A.M. z < o tell someone you core with flowets Florist and Gift Shop 364-8139 phone answerer/ 24 houri every day .S \ m/hi I Ii \ i% I In" hurtle*! u ttrtl Ut write, nm ii with flowers I lower Shop PIERSON'S UKW l l I IS RI VI) NW ll OW I K CHOM uw-lN’fc John R. 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