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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 19, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                NA1IONM to 7PM fM 7 30.00 9.7 7 Obituaries The Odar Rapids Gazette: Kri., July 19. 1374 Mrs. Albert O'Deen (.Vila O'Dccn. 88. widow 'Continued from Page 1.) A J.J. n I kl kl I AttOrHCy RUleS NO Need Karl A. Schaefer from UP I correspondent John Lawton who lias been in .Mersin for two days observing the huge For School Petition Vote Ora Celia O-Deen. 88. widow A i9.of 638 C Vurkish of Albert O'Dmi, -1035 .lolin-on mation Minister Orhan Birgit Judy Daubenniiet by voters in that rf'irfrn' f-f i'JJiJ, i tii K'.nids 'fo .he 1 17" r< (it- A nine-month-old petition re- iirp I rip ntifit'iiP'1 fnr died Thursday in a 30 years. the establishment of i'inl f Horn ;n Basel Ankara government r subdistrirfc .Switn-rlaiid. he married to transmi-jFion of v M. 27. 132! :it 'he report f'tr several hours bad lived in'th'e !'c 20 d hj September's A four-member s.udv commit (Handler (.0. and medium landing craft, five inuiiou .-.IUQJ commn- the signers for a writ of so loii-c scnoo! of- c (i a r Hapids Community fiuals to put i! on the ballot was ;diool district docs not have to being considered. !o l-'iuipment (o rctirin-. in mi. small landing craft, five v.ar- mosa area until moving Cedar Hapius in 1957. Sumum; are liiree sons. f-lT .Surviving in addition to his to se; tee established by Uawkeye I'edar Hapids. John A., Vinlon: ''hil Winger, assistant county Usbor Council to look into the attorney, iss ued ihat opinion director district issue was schp- aiteraoon. auied meet Friday night to a sister. Mrs. Kmil (Uislafson. Seiiaefer. landing An attorney had requested the a tank-, trucks and "n bcnalf "f Ufl.WlAlHtMOKKAM is expected over the Tennessee valley, the Atlantic the northern Rockies, areas of the northeast. y, te Atantic coast, upper northern plains, e northwest Pacific coast, parts of the southwest and over some iment- i Continued from Page l.i ss (he laie.st development. Concerned" k Ml Hill,  t OOftlu .NO1-'MllO'T xnindcniluren and six tin-at- 'll111 tidd.-puits. committee, .said there "arc grandchildren. -Mr; .shoulder lo Vote Asked some people on the committee Services: Turner ,-hapel west shoulder on then-decks. fnj. a ,hat are very concerned about at noon Saturday, by the Kev. s; Intervention Threat the school district into seuMi districts." hut did not Lee lioy (.'olhns. Burial: Cedar v whilc of ,hf director districts, each icpre- the might Al'-on Nelson of Hie' First l.u- warships was not released, by a director living with- recommend. ma> call at luine, west. koy has !hl.catpnPd to intcrvcnf. in that subdistrict and elected lht' last .No- Memorial cemetery militarily on Cyprus to prevent vcmlf declared Ine petition may call at the Cedar island republic from dcloctlve ll dld not Ida Belle Dunham, widow funeral home after noon Friday j with Greece. Turkish Premier ilYldrlU II of Walter Dunham, died in a and at the chapel after !1 Kcevit conferred in Tur- Cedar Hapids hospital The casket will be key with his military leaders after a brief illness. at p.m. Saturday. and cabinet, ministers. He has ham had been living with her __ called the situation "very Mrs. Walter Dunham The Weather Statements on carry the signatures of one-third of ihe voters in the school dis- trict and dirt not set out the boundaries for the seven direc- 'or districts. MARION Kenneth Keith Supporters of the petition con- Mays. 33, of route 2 .Marion, was tend it is valid because it r. The Turkish parliament ahollt on a section of Iowa law meroencv session slalps schoo, board of rain Sunday throush Tnes- -n-.-nue M-.. worst language for m da.v. Highs, mid mid Thursday. government bureaucralsL m Mis to Inner 70s Kninvil to brush and trees at- fc d a U g ll e r are eight grf T, SE: who talked freely with reporters: children, several gn Milwaukee railroad tracks. jabou( u s forci ,j grandchildren, two brothers, I'-m. 1 hurscuiy. I'n- hesa b "il 01 me isidna. DUI aa havloadcr from an clcc-! !m a daughler. .Mrs. .Mabel Bendon, 1114 Eleventh street .NW, for the paper stones about sensitive I'-1 hist eight months. as2o7i P'nl' S- diplomatic plans. She was born Aug. 25. 1885. at KxltMidt'd KniTtast -Xi-xon rescm'd of and was a member of; vasiun Oi me isianu. uui .voters if il is asked to do so bv of rain Sunday throush Tnes- -wmie NK. worst language for Christian church at Keokuk jncSWlilOrUE unlil Satllrda-v anhp Wilw'01'farm oast'al least 50 petitioners Surviving m addition to her; [making a decision. Under Tur- of Marion grand-] More than 100 Hawthornejkish law parliament must give' Unn count d lies (cd; -eat-Hills residents have signed a to an act or war. ;Mays had becn crossing In September, voters had ap- protesting the "degrading! The meeting was put off while i road in a tractor pulling theiProvecl another measure which Anchorage MM M L. Angeles '36? Atlanta Bismarck Chicago Denver Dululh Honolulu Houston .97 ii Minneapolis ai 45 76 .02 N. Orleans 89 46 73 60 New York E4 73 .01 91 66 Phoenix 9? E2 R67! Seatlle 70 57.03 Figillh ward T. Phillips, Keokuk, and! statements" concerning theirJEcevit visited Ixindon for crisis apartment made by Juan Cortez; with British leaders and nit Washington 92 76 .02 j .....73i known to crass at Collins Radio .83: Co. parking lot and Blairs Ferry road NE. C. R. Weather ;i.oadNw. High Thursday ..............101: p m Low overnight Noon Friday 2 p.m. Friday Precipitation Total for July Normal for July Normal through July Total for 1974 Barometer, rising Humiditv at noon ___ loader when the loader became j asked for the establishment of entangled in the line. They reported he safely a plan- the j director districts without speci- ..Nonei known to grass at Coo load NE ____ and Milwaukee railroad tracks. .Carl Phillips, Zion, 111. fire'throS f an informal nlceling flf who has Tur" ifiiuh avenue 'll he C0nsldered Keokuk. Cedar Rapids city council lastly and Greece of the current senccf lhp tractor fl.om' tnei The board has since devised p.m. Thursdav. hc lcsts for funa i at Hickory Grove ceme- week. jcrisis' "potential for calamity in loadcr but was arrangement of four director call at F avenue ami than state depart- lfy- enapel west was m Cortez, Office of region." 'when he attemoted to null the'dislricts with three at-large 'mcni. Pentagon and Central of local arrangements. Education Opportunity The government announced i loader from the Hne [directors. That plan must be I board member, -had told the that Ecevit had sent v N nrounnuneed deadiapProvcd at lhe SePL 10 schoo! j council that young people Kurt Waidhcimlat the scene of the: accident iboard olection before beinS im- the apartment hallways! two ]ettcrs One stated tnat plemented. ,nnd rattle the oniy legitimate administration! i School officials have said if lelligence Agency employes, not Memorial Services because he thought they were .......3.58 ......20.19 ......30.99 ......30.14 i spontaneous ignition of paint powder at 520 E avenue NW. p.m. Thursday. Enffine to Wind direction arid velocity ati. 2 p.m., S at? mph. j1 Sun rises Saturday. sun! sets, i Year Ago Today High, 85; p.m. Thursday. Possibleia" responsible for news leaks, but, in the President's words, so he could "immediately scare the Former While House special Counsel Charles Colson quoted 100 block of Nixon as saying in late June 1971, "1 don't give a damn how grass at Rockford road Crandic railroad tracks. and p.m. Thursday. "Un- to Fnnrtli 1U1 -su a-111- Friday. Fire under at 123 First ave- Magistrates Court Speeding Vincent Theiss, inw 79. m 'j'232 Brockman drive SE; Wil- low, lamtall. M. Anamosa. JeHrey pnr.or ct 1508 Forty-eighth street i raveter s rorecasr _. Spinier, Milo A. Saturday at a.m. in St. Wcnccslaus church by the Rev. Clarence Frana. Burial: St. John's. Ttosa- ry: Friday at. p.m. in Stewart funeral home. Naibert, Dr. Arthur Charles at at Turner chapel east by Dr. John P. Woods. Burial: Czech National cemetery. Friends may call at Turner'east until 10 a.m. Salur- for bathrooms and doors" of the elderly living there. He suggested that police pa- trols in the area be increased. Mayor Donald Canney respond- ed that the problem seemed to concern "internal security" and the management should be con- sulted. The 102 petitioners signed a J LIII11.-L CcliL LUll.ll 1U H.lll. OcUUl- it is done, do whatever has lobe j day. The casket will not be done to stop these leaks and j opened after the strvice. prevent further unauthorized disclosures: I don't want to be AlTS Stand for statement wnich aSreed with told why it can't be done." i Canney sayinS. "We feel il was Later, the special White' in Cyprus now is that of the Kenneth Keith Mays was born Turkish community and the new Greek Cypriot regime should May 8, 193G, in Ashland, Neb., and was married to Henrietta not be recognized. The other oh- Bowers June 17' 1971> in Buffa- jected to the attempt of the Mo- regime to replace Zenon Ros-j Mr. Mays was an employe of sides as the Cypriot delegate to iWitwer Farms for two years. ffOuble I that plan is defeated they will not be legally obligated to offer another one. SeCOnd Nldht (if Ul the United Nations. Bismarck Chicago Saturday Weather, Hi-Lo Fair P_tCldy 83-65 NE; Richard Cincinnati .......PtCldy 82-60 Cleveland PtCldy 74-55 DCS Moines......PtCldy 89-i Detroit Indianapolis Kansas City Milwaukee Clear 84-58 PtCldy R5-61 Fair D6-72 Fair 70-57 Mpls.-St. Paul ...Cloudy 84-65 no address. Omaha ..Fair 100-74 St. Louis...........Fair 94-70 Sioux Falls ......PtCldy 06-67 Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in brackets) LaCrossc (12) .4, no change Lansing (18) 7.7, rise .4 i u Marion- Dam 9 (18) 11.8, fall .1 Manon' McGregor (18) G.4, no change Guttenberg (IS) 3.4, no change Dubuque (17) 6.5, fall .3 Davenport (15) 4.4, fall .8 Keokuk (16) 5.8, fall .1 each fined S30 and costs. Gre- gory White. 1823 Hamilton street SW; Gary Driscoll, Tip- ton; each fined and costs. Lynn Law, DCS Moines; James McCormick, 915 Forty-fourth street SE: David furnball, Clarence; Duane Nesetril. 2151 Birchwood drive NE: each fined S20 and costs. Vehicle control violation Paul Abodeely. 2875 Twenty- third avenue, Marion; fined S20 and costs. Driving- on wronrr side Herbert Miller, Boone; fined and costs. Enter through street Al- bert Powell, 368 Seventh ave- finecl S30 and Driver's license violation Kimberly Slater, Coggon; fined S50 and costs. Douglas Burdick, 9SO West Ninth avenue, Marion: Paul Abodeely, 2875 Twenty-third avenue, Marion; _ each fined S15 and costs. Cedar at C.R. (13 4.30, fall os Riffht-of-way violation _ ICatherine Randall, 1315 Coralville Lake i Twenty-second avenue SW; Mathias Steichen, 736 Thir- tieth street NE: each fined SI 5 and costs. U-turn Edward Coberly Pool level Friday...... Births Mercy July 18 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Yohe, 3808 First ave- nue NE, a daughter. July ID Mr. and Mrs. _ Terence Drvereaux, 3GOO material that has bud road NE a son ocnth street Nw; fmed S20 and 411 First avenul NW; fined 520 and costs. Impeachment1 in Anger at Memo Even 'as the plumbers werei ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) Rep. House investigative unit called j the "plumbers" was formed-! planning the breakin at the of- fice of Daniel Ellsberg's psychi- atrist. Nixon was complaining to aide John Ehrlichman that their efforts were "not vigorous enough." There is nothing that shows the President knew in advance that a breakin was planned. But even in the most private of Nix- on's conversations, there is no mention of restraint, of caution, or of how far his men should go in keeping the President's se- crets. Stratton (D-N.Y.l, said Friday that disclosure that the White House considered him lo head the so-called plumbers angered him to a point that he was dis- closing publicly that "I am lean- ing toward impeachment.'1 He said. "I had felt that it was probably proper for me to withhold any public comment on impeachment until the judiciary committee report was in." But he added, "In view of this attempt to associate me with the plumbers, which of course is fantastic and absurd, I ought to make clear that I am my own man." Vice-president Ford says he changed his mind about listen-] Stratton said evidence made ing to White House Watergate tapes and after hearing them still thinks President Nixon is innocent of anything impeach- able. He disclosed at a news confer- ence on Thursday that he changed his mind because of the controversy over conflicting transcripts. "I have. I think, read, heard Traffic signal violation otherwise absorbed the Births Luke's j Summer circle NE 'and costs. July 18 To tne families of; Rohorl Mcii7.cl, 338 Crandall! ,TY ,ct Chicago, drive NE, a daughter: Larry! Milwaukee. St. Paul and Pacif- Taylor, 4405 Navajo drive railroad; fined and costs, a daughter: Lyle Broer, 219 Hna-l-U Crandall drive NE, a son; Wil-! IOWa ueaTns liiim Tonmcr. 1175 Ochvcin Helen Mulford, costs.' Beware." to the judiciary com- unfair lo the Hawthorne Hills Passer-by Aids Firemen, Suffers management that the complain-! Inhalation intr rncirlonfc r.r Mr Pnrtnv ing residents or Mr. Cortez they could work this out." In an interview, Ed Sieler, one! suited in extensive damage ._inC.I, Surviving in addition to wife are a son, Kenneth TOUth UhargeQ wayne Mays, and a daughter Angel J. Mays, both at home, A 17-year-old boy was charged public Thursday indicated that Charles Colson had suggested that the congressman might be'petition, willing to lead the plumbers. "I never met the said Stratton, "and I never even heard of the name Colson until the Watergate thing broke." The Albany Times-Union re- ported that Colson described Stratton to H. R. Haldeman as of the petitioners added that "it sounds like a bunch of silliness. I've lived here five years and1 never heard of any such thing. Any troubles we have I think we can work out among ourselves." The petition alleged that sev- eral of the five residents that Cortez had brought to the meet- ing were not even aware of Cor- tez' intentions. Two of the resi- dents in whose behalf Cortez said he was speaking had been waiting at a bus stop when he asked if they wanted a ride. They were then taken to the council chambers where they were "humiliated by Mr. Cor- Icz' according to the early Friday to a second floor apartment in a building at 123 First avenue SW, which was vacated this week. A passer-by I Methodist church of Toddville. Burial: Dunkard cemetery. Friends may call at the Turner chapel east. and his parents, Mr. and Mrs.' disturbing the Jim Childress. Buffalo, Mo. I and res'stlng a" (offlchf after the second night of trouble Services: Turner chapel at p.m. Saturday by the an.ested shortly before p.m. Thurs- day when officers went to the park at the northwest end of the bridge to inform a group of youths that the area would close .eeK i in a few minutes. Mike Maher, Federation Head Jhe youth allegedly swore at the officers and then tried to get 655 aw ay when they arrested him. He was released to his parents. Three adults and a juvenile were arrested early Thursday in a disturbance at the site where many young persons have been gathering at night. no address, was given oxygen atj T_ tho SPPnft aftor tio lll c nvor-l IO the scene after he was over- come by smoke while helping firemen according to District Chief Thomas Phelps. smoke while helping firemen. The building owned by Copper Construction Co., 2205 Grand av- enue, Marion, was supposed to have been vacated earlier this week for remodeling. Fire investigators were check- ing to determine if a tenant did not move out when the owner Politics Charge AMSTERDAM (AP) The president of the International Chess Federation, Max Euwe, says he will go to Solingen, West Germany, to investigate charges by expatriate Czecho- slovak grandmaster L u d e k Pachman that he was expelled Bill Bars White racniuan uiai ne was tApeiieu l n from an international HOUSe trOITI 1Kb ment on political grounds. WASHINGTON (AP) _ Re- fined'sisimittee. There are some 'he issues." [ferences in Ihe (White House] and panel versions of the. Iran-! Mexicans Held sixth street. Marion, a daugh-i.'- ter: Michael Lewis, Twelfth avenue. Marion, a Bur- scripts." Ford said. "And after listening to two of them. I could understand why! there were differences in in-. their poor! "Just a Retired Old Fellow Hunt, 56, Claims MIAMI Wa- tergate conspirator E. Howard "an articulate and 50, has settled down in individual who. "although a j Miami, calling himself "just a Democrat, is totally on our side jrctired old fellow" trying to find i privacy. The former CIA agent, Bay 'of invasion coordinator and [author of 45 novels, bought an Frti- A i IS80.000 four-bedroom home with ror Aurnonries swimming pool in lnc north. In Cedar scction of Miami- Hc and since moved in. Pachman charged his owni di ,0 Wg, disdo_ jdub at Solingen withdrew the senate VQted invitation to play in its tourna- d bar executive.branch em- ment las week after Soviet from access to federal m. 'grandmasters Boris Spassky come (ax and Lev Polugaevsky and East German grandmaster Wolfgangj The Internal Revenue Servlce Orand Jury To Hear Child Burning Case Thomas Vrzal has been bound over to the Linn county grand jury on a charge of assault with intent to inflict great bodily in- Uhlmann threatened to pull out if Pachman played. Pachman made Ihe charge in a letter to world champion jury in connection with burns j Bobby Fischer, lhe federation suffered by his son Jeffrey. lO.jand other members of the in- on July 11. Iternational chess community. The case was sent to lhe! Euwe said he understood from grand jury Thursday afternoon the Solingen club that Pachman after a preliminary hearing in agreed before the tournament [that he would step out if the sked Tanl Ranch. 6704 Idlebroohj Tipton Donald K. "If anybody can be 100-per- drive NE. a son: Wayne Monday at in at Red Oakicent certain that their version is hart. Garrison, a daughter: A. j Presbyterian church. James Aldrirli, 273 Windsor after Saturday at Sheets! accllrdtc tllan an-v magistrate's court. four children were in lhe Police said Vrzal- 29' of 8251 Soviets threatened to boycott it in on Fifteenth street SE, poured of his presence, 'oline on the boy and another j if he personally- Ihem in writing, or to treasury or justice department employes involved in filing or auditing returns, under the sen- ate measure. The provision, introduced by- Sen. Weicker was adopted by voice vote and added to a bill setting limits on the number of high-level em- ployes that could be hired by are being held in the Cedar county jail for federal immigra-j wjfc Dorothv was mem' lion authorities after thev in a Chicago plane' crash j because he thought they had'- Usc a want ad- Dial 398-8231 drive a son: Carl Johnson.'and Son's. M2S Sixth street NW, a son. Marriage Licenses Toledo Ralph U. hc a hc said. 70. Henderson's. _ [slopped by highway patrol jjyj. other version, you would have'ficers al p.m. Thursday on' served son, allegedly to scare thenv Advertise where people look because he thought they had'- licd lo him. The gasoline was ig-i It Pays To Advertise months of ainitccl wncn Vrzal lighted _ Oxford Leonard Frees, Dawn Brooks and Jeffpryi Sunday at 11. St. Mary's CathoJ Susan Roechcr andjlii; church. liosary Ka'tm-dav at! Ocrald Haan, all of Cedar1 B al Georpe 1.. Gay's. Iowa! Rapids. Ruth Yanacck. Wal-jCity. where friends 'may call; ford, and Danny Becker. I after Friday and al. the' Atkins. Victoria Patton. Cog-! Oxford chapel after 10 yrin. Kurlis Eucssley, Walker. day. Marriages Dissolved Vivian Yvonne and Kcillv Mi'--- P- Ka'.- Price. Patsy Darlene (lli- <.-netlschV. Michael Patrick Shea. Polly A.! and Charles K. Alnuti. Paula! Tanaka lo Canada and -lames Rendon. Anita I.. .nid PanielG. Phillips. OTTAWA I I Japanese pjres .Prime Minisler Tanaka will] !vis't Canada for Hirer days be-' known' to''outdoor'h-ash conl iRinllinK Sepl. 211, Prime Minister lainci- in IG7 .lacol.yn drive NW. iTrildi-au said Friday. or sell- mil-NW. ing, want ads will work for you. interstate 80 east of the Cedarloi, fi.year sentence after i match or a cigaret. police said, river bridge. pleading guilty lo the Water-1 The boy was in good condition eight men. two burglary bill is now ap- al Mercy hospital Friday. Cus- Cedar Rapids Emergency Numbers Ambulance..........366-7654 F.B.I The and Iwo children are believed In-pealing the conviction have been enroule lo Chii ifio when tropers slopped the CHI for .speeding. Seven Mexicans were taken to Fire 398-5343 Highway Potrol for qiicslioning where they said five more of their After Hours 363-5629 Police were in the trunk of thci j Sheriff 
                            

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