Cedar Rapids Gazette, July 17, 1974, Page 6

Cedar Rapids Gazette

July 17, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 17, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa I In* Cedar Ilapids Gazette: Wed., July 17, 1971 NATIONAl WtATMf* StHVlCt K>tt'CA$T U    -    Ii    -    74 N 29.68    50.01 DEATHS Earnest E. Ross Earnest E. Ross. 67, of 1230 Thirtieth street NE, died Tuesday after a long illness. He was born in Farley on Jan. 26, 1907. and was married to Lillian Hart! in Cedar Rapids on June 12, 1937. He worked for the CRANDIC railway for 27 years as an engineer and was a member of United Transportation Union and the Central Park Presbyterian church. Surviving in addition to his wife is a daughter, Mrs. I^eroy Bistricky, Swisher; two grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Doris Burt, Palo; four brothers, Arch i e , George, Donald and Wayne, all of Cedar Rapids. Services: Brosh chapel 10:30 Friday by the Rev. Earl Huebner. Bur. a1: Dupont cemetery near Swisher. Friends may cal! after noon Thursday. CHICAGO • AKI f AANCtftOO oeNve* LO* AMflf Lift atlanta //•✓J DALL Aft / si/ lOWItT TIMM DATUMS NKW ORLEANS SNOW AIK MOW £3    [£jJL T*^»    ft // SHOWItS UM WI ATHtK fOTOCAST $ Rain is expected Wednesday night in the Pacific Northwest, from the Great Lakes into New York and the central Gulf coast. Clear to partly cloudy elsewhere. Memorial Services Thompson, Kenneth B. — Thursday at 10:30 at Chapel of Memories by the Rev. Gordon! S. Lundberg of St. Mark’s Lutheran church. Burial: Cedar Memorial cemetery, where military services will be held by | the American Legion, Friends may call at Cedar Memorial after 5 p.m. Wednesday and at the chapel after 9 a.m. Thursday, The casket will be closed at 10:15. Martin, Eldridge (Targe) Turner chapel east at 10:30 Wednesday by the Rev. Warren Feller and Hanford American Legion post. Burial: National cemetery, Rock Island. Schutzman, Kenneth Laverne - Turner chapel east at 1:30 Wednesday by the Rev. John Green. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Freberg, Irene Esther Turner chapel east at 1:30 Thursday by the Rev. Larry Engle. Burial: Linwood cemetery. Friends may call at Turner east until I p.m. Thurs- j day. The casket will not be opened after the service. Watt, Emma Etta — Turner chapel east at 3 Thursday by the Rev. Warren Webb and Malta chapter, OES. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Friends may call at Turner east. Atty, Nasseam James — Turner chapel east at I p.m. Friday and at St. George Syrian Orthodox church at 1:30 by the Rev. Constantine INasr, Burial: St. George Syrian ! cemetery, where military services will be conducted by the American Legion. Friends may I call at Turner east where Tri-! sagian services will be held at 3 p.m. Thursday. CyprusDaily RecordResolution Irks Missouri Synod Lutheran Leader ST. LOUIS (AP) - The Lu-theran Church-Missouri Synod has become embroiled in another controversy, this time in-l volving the Lutheran Church of America. The president of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, the Rev. Dr. Jacob Preus, Monday took exception to a resolution recently passed by an LCA convention in which the Missouri Synod was criticized for “official efforts to legislate adherence to additional documents! that serve to fence God’s Word and fracture God’s people.” The LCA resolution referred to a long-standing doctrinal dispute within the LCMS that has threatened to split the 2.8-million member synod. Conser-jvatives maintain stories in the Bible must be interpreted as literal fact while moderates have held that the validity of such stories as “Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden” and “Jonah and the Whale” is in the lessons the stories tell. Preus criticized the LCA resolution and said a committee is being formed to meet with LCA President Robert Marshall to discuss the problem. “Had we known that such a resolution was being planned for your convention,” Preus told Marshall in a letter, “we would have been happy to supply you ( with full information, including speakers, to explain our position.”-Impeachment- (Continued from Page I.) didn't know how they were going to vote and that it was possible they could vote for impeachment. “There are at least four Republicans waiting to see what the legal theories (for impeach-• ment) are,” said Rep. Rails-t back (R-Ill.). He identified the - four as himself and Reps. CShen of Maine, Butler of Virginia and Fish of New York. Cohen agreed with Rails-back’s estimate and said there | could be more than four Republicans voting for impeachment I after examining the proposed articles. Raps Prediction Wiggins’ prediction that impeachment would fail in the ju-dicary committee led Rep. Edwards (D-Calif.), to say, “I’m at a loss to understand how anyone could come to that conclusion and be a lawyer and a literate person. “After being immersed in the evidence I would be very much concerned about the stability of the government if that took place. And I don’t know how any member of Congress could explain that result to the American public.” Besides an obstruction of justice article, which would cover the White House role in Watergate from the June 17, 1972, breakin at Democratic headquarters up to the present, the staff is expected to propose articles based on: I Alleged use of government agencies for political purposes, including use of the Internal Revenue Service to harass those designated as enemies of the administration. Contempt of congress for failing to comply with eight committee subpoenas calling for 147 ■taped conversations. Nixon’s personal finances, including underpayment of in-jcome taxes in the years 1968-72 and allegations that federal funds were turned to his personal use. The use of wiretaps and the special investigating unit known as the “plumbers” for domestic surveillance. A broad article charging Nixon with abuse of his presidential powers and with failure to meet the constitutional requirement that he “take care that the laws be faithfully executed.” Scott Olson. 28, of 1641 Thirty-fourth street SE. filed nomination papers Monday for the two-year vacancy on the Cedar Rapids Community school board. Olson, in announcing his candidacy for the board, said “being a member of the Cedar Rapids school board is the most effective means bv which need- Iowans Now Can Make Free Calls For Reservations Park Reservation system vice-president James Rossie announced Wednesday that the service will begin accepting collect telephone calls from Iowa residents. Up to now, Iowans who wanted to make camp reservations for the 21 national parks included in the service had to use a toll-charge number. Because of public response, Rossie said, collect calls will be accepted on the number 319-363-0224. Rossie reminded, however, that reservations for more than IO days in advance must be made by mail. The post office box number is 1976 in Cedar Rapids. He also said telephone reser-i vations will be made only fori holders of either BankAmeri-, card or Master Charge credit i cards. . Simon Asks Delay WASHINGTON (AP) — Treasury Secretary Simon has asked a delay in any action to extend government authority to allocate oil supplies and control prices. Dunham Faces Assault Count GRINNELL (AP)-No trial date has been set on a charge of assault and battery filed by an Iowa revenue department agent against the publisher of the Deep River Record, Poweshiek county authorities said Wednesday the charge came as a result of an incident July 2 when two revenue agents went to the office of Charles Dunham to audit his books. Robert Shriver, who filed (he assault charge, said he and Doug Nauman started to read Dunham his rights when Dunham shoved Shriver into the wall. Shriver said he suffered a broken finger. Dunham said the unannounced audit resulted from a conflict over the amount of sales tax he collects from a small commercial printing operation. I 800 illit Blvd. NW FLOWERPHONI 366-1 826Now two completely -staffed Ic xat ic >r is to serve you. 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