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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 21, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                8 The Odar Rapids Gazette: Fit, Juae 21. U71 A Popular Guy UPl Telepnolo Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, who only a few hours earlier had returned from a NATO conference in Canada and President Nixon's Middle East trip, took some time to relax and attended a reception Wednesday evening, At the reception for Rep. Wayne Hays at left in both pictures, it seemed as though everywhere Dr. Kissinger turned there was a woman. Left: Kissinger enjoys a laugh with Patricia Robbins, an employe of the joint committee on atomic energy. Right: An unidentified admirer kisses the secretary on the cheek. Capt. Wray Weds California Girl LOS ALAMITOS, Calif. The chapel at the U. S. naval air station provided the setting Saturday at for the marriage of Miss Frieda Vir- ginia Osborne, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Douglas Osborne, and Capt. David William Wray of Sacramento. He is the son of Maj. (Ret.) and Mrs. Robert S. Wray of 2164 Blake boulevard SE, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. The ceremony was per- formed by Dr. R. Clyde McCone. Following, a recep- tion for 60 guests was given in the garden at the home of the bride's parents. Bridal attendants were Ellen Osborne, sister of the bride, as maid of honor; the bride- groom's sister. Mrs. Gary Harbit of Cedar Rapids, bridesmatron, and Stephanie Siudmak, bridesmaid. Jon Fussell, also of Cedar Rapids, served as best man. Capt. Tucker Grant and Lt. Ronnie Fullen were grooms- men. The bride's gown, fashioned of lutesong, was designed with leg-o'-mutton sleeves, a full skirt with a ruffled hemline and a cathedral-length train. She wore a coronet of white daisies in her hair and carried a matching daisy bouquet. The maid of honor's gown was rose flowered on a beige background and other atten- dants' turquoise flowered on beige, styled with high necklines and short puff sleeves. Their flowers were daisies. The bridal couple will make their home at Anderson air force base, Guam, where Capt. Wray is stationed with the U.S. air force. He was graduated from Coe college in Cedar Rapids. His bride, a graduate of the University of Guam, will continue her education there working on her master's degree in marine biology. Women's Golf Twin Pines Mrs. Brian Frisch was guest medalist during play Thurs- day. Participating were 109 players. Mrs..Lee Stycket and Mrs. Marvin Martin won guest prizes. Approaches were sunk by Mrs. Ralph Morgan and Mrs. Frisch and Mrs. Frisch had a birdie. Member winners were: Miss Liz medalist; Mrs. Tom Merryman, championship; Mrs. Harold Layher, presiden- tial; Mrs. Robert North, A; Mrs. Gilbert Knint, B; Mrs. Max Scott, C, and Mrs. Les Hansen, D. Mrs. Dave Etienne sank an approach. Co-hos- tesses were the Mmes. Pruce Feste, Richard Deasy, Carl Boyer and R. J. Simmer. A "best shot" tournament with a "shotgun" start is planned Thursday at 9. Elmcrest Participating in play Thurs- day were 137 golfers. Mrs. Ray Ashlock was 18-hole medalist and Mrs. Ted Ruffin, 9-hole medalist. Flight winners for 18-hole play were: Mrs. Gerald Johnson, championship; Mrs. Ed Pribyl, A, and Mrs. Bert Fitton, B. Winners for 9-hole play were: Mrs. Bert Katz, championship; Mrs. Charles Izer, A; Mrs. Larry Bjornson, B; Mrs. John Gavin, and Mrs. J. B. Rehnstrom, D. Mrs. John Lockwood, Mrs. Robert Condon and Mrs. Katz had bir- dies. Approaches wore sunk by the Mmes. Mike Webb, Lock- wood, Leo Plotz, Gene Young and Ron Corey. Mrs. Don Schmitt won a guest prize. Hostesses were the Mmes. Young, Jud Fashimpaur, William McCracken, Joe Day, Dave Bey and Richard Pigott. A stagette is planned Tues- day from 3 to Members are to sign up for tee-off times at the pro shop. Squaw Creek Mrs. Herb Faaborg and Mrs. Joe Cone were hostesses for play Thursday. Fifty golfers participated. Mrs. Leland Burns was medalist and Mrs. Charles Lagerstrom winner in A flight for 18 holes. Flight winners for 9-hole play were: Mrs. Arthur Redel and Mrs. James Ward, medalist; Mrs. Richard Wing, championship; Mrs. Frank Frajman, presidential; Mrs. Joseph Nemec, A; Mrs. Joe Flynn, B, and Mrs. William Parsons, C. Approaches were sunk by Mrs. Lagerstrom and Mrs. Ward. Thursday is planned as a guest day with coffee and rolls to be served from 8 to A "shot- gun" tee-off is set for 9. If not contacted, call Mrs. Robert Hupp, 365-7774, or 362-1646. Mrs. Jones' Alarm Ends in Her Arrest WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) Mrs. Bernice L. Jones was arrested early Wednesday in connection with an unusual scheme to wake up her hus- band, authorities reported. According to officials, the 43-year-old woman said she summoned fire engines hoping the noise would awaken her sleeping husband. He ap- parently went to bed after u marital argument. She was arrcstt-d on a charge of calling in a false alirm, police said. DRIVE SAFEI-Y! Rape Crisis Line Sets Target Date The operational target date set Monday evening at a meet- ing of Rape Crisis Line is Jan. 1, 1975. Task force committees were appointed to work toward that goal with a telephone number and trained counselors available. Counselor training sessions are planned to begin this fall. Any interested women or men may volunteer for training at Rape Crisis Line's next meet- ing July 15 at at the YWCA. Criterion Club Host to State Convention The 72nd annual state con- vention of the Iowa Assn. of Colored Women began Thurs- day at the Roosevelt hotel. Host for the three-day event is the Criterion club of Cedar Rapids with Mrs. Vernon P. Smith as convention chairman. First business meeting opened Friday and was presid- ed over by Mrs. Audrey Pate, Davenport, state president. Speaker for the luncheon was Carolyn Liston. Friday afternoon a memorial service and reports on health, education, legislation and resolutions were given. Saturday's session will include various reports with the election and installation of officers. At the evening banquet, Mrs. George Turner will be mistress of ceremonies. Awards are to be given and a queen crowned. Pansy Washington will speak on famous black women. The convention theme is "Reaching Out, Reaching Down and Lifting The organization is dedicated to advising and assisting colored women in the areas of educa- tion, health, social services. THIS TIME BUILD IN A NEW KITCHtNAID DISHWASHER 90 DAYS SAME AS CASH BARNiTT'S Cedar Rapids' Oldest Appliance Store 11S Third Ave. SE 'Til 362-9247 SALE! Famous Name SUMMER DRESSES Reg. SC90 6 Just unpacked... 120 summer dresses in short sleeve and sleeveless styles. Colorful prints in machine washable easy care blends. Choose sizes 12 to 20 and to 24'A. You save on each dress you buy! Cotton Shop 2nd Floor Society for Women Features Mixons Nofe Anniversary At Retreat CAMP DAVID, Md. (AP) 1'iv.Mitem and Nixon are celebrating Iheir 34th wedding ammersary Friday with a family dinner planned al the presidential mo'.intamtnp re- treat here. The were married at the Mission Inn in Hivcrsidc. Calif tin June 21, 1940, while Nixon was a young lawyer and the former Pat Ryan was a teacher of commercial sub- jects at Whittier, Calif., high school. The couple had met at tryouts for a littic-thealer production in Whittier. Nixon is spending a lung weekend here to relax and prepare for his forthcoming 10-day trip to Brussels and the Soviet Union for more summit talks. After a 24-hour stay at the White House, where lie gave reports on his just-concluded Middle East diplomatic mis- sion to congressional leaders and his cabinet, the President flew by helicopter to Camp David Thursday evening. With him were Mrs. Nixon and daughter Tricia Cox. David and Julie Eisenhower and Tricia's husband, Edward Cox, were expected to join the family group later Friday. Nixon is due to leave Tues- day for Brussels and a meeting with leaders of 15 North Atlan- tic Treaty organization na- tions. He then goes on to Mos- cow for meetings with Com- munist officials starting Thursday. Post To Buy Trenton Times PHILIP J. KLASS VISITING FROM WASHINGTON, D.C. Philip J. Klass of Washing- ton, D.C., is Visiting this weekend in the home of his mother, Mrs. Raymond Klass, 3121 Bever avenue SE. ON THIS DATE in 1834, the American inventor, Cyrus McCormick, was granted a pa- tent on his reaping machine. TKKXTOX. N .1 tl'l'l) The Washington Post Co. has agreed in principal to buy the Trenton Times newspapers for million, spokesmen said Thursday. .lames Kerney, jr., chairman of the Times and a member of family which controlled !Sie newspaper For 71 years, said the decision to sell the news- paper was prompted by a need to diversify investments. He said li. George Kuser will remain as publisher of the Evening and Sunday Times. Board Approval Kerney and John Prescott. representing Post publisher Katherine Graham, made the announcement of the sale to the Times staff at mid-afternoon. The sale is subject to the approval of the Post board of directors and the trustees of the James Kerney trust. Ker- ney, sr., look over the Times in 1903. "When it became clear that the best interests nf the owners required us to sell the Times to diversify our investments, it was a difficult decision involv- ing a fine newspaper that has been in the family for 71 Kerney, jr., said. "But the high reputation of the Washington Post and Mrs. Graham's traditional interest in independent journalism as- sures us that the tradition of the Times and the welfare of its employes will be in the best possible hands." Shares Market The Times, with a circula- tion of daily and Sunday, shares a newspaper market with the morning Trentonian in New Jersey's state capital. It was founded on October 12, 1882. Other Washington Post Co. holdings include Newsweek magazine, television stations in Washington, Miami, Hart- ford, Conn., and Jacksonville, Fla., and radio stations in Washington and Cincinnati. AP Wlrepliolo Katharine Graham, publisher and chairman of the Washington Post Co., has announced through representatives in Trenton, N.J., Thursday that the Post has agreed to purchase the Trenton Evening and Sunday Times. The purchasing price has been set at 16 million in cash and promissory notes. KIM BONSALL FETED AT SHOWER Miss Kim Bonsall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bonsall, 1926 Second street SW, was feted at a bridal shower Wednesday evening. Hostess was Mrs. Richard Mills, 1800 Blake boulevard SE. Mrs. Steven Alt was co-hostess to the 20 guests. Miss Bonsall and Tom Moore, son of the Floyd Moores, 1637 B avenue NW, will be married Aug. 10 West Side Club Winners in a Howcll movement game played Thursday at Welty-Way were: Ronald Livingston and Bruno Rinas, first, and Mrs. Nate Frink and Bruce Thiher, second. The next game will be played Sunday at at You'll like the two-man anchorman team. Howard K Smith reports from Washington, the political nerve center of Ihe nation. Harry Reasoner reports from New York, news headquarters of the world. They give yoi i II ie kind of incisive news reporting that goes to Ihe heart ol each story...to make deaier what's going on. We're Ihe only evening news program that gives yon Ihe slim ulatlng contrast of two anchormen. So tonight, come home to Ihe ABC Livening News with Howard K. Smith and Harry Reasoner.. and find out why it's the w-iy more and more people like you are getting their news. The ABC Evening News with Howard K. Smith and Harry Reasoner Weeknights at MOVING UP TO PM JULY 29   

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