Son of Edward and Daisy Farnum Maish
Nephew of Sherman Maish
Waterloo Daily Courier - May 22 1936
CYCLIST KILLED ON HIGHWAY 30
E. E. Maish, 35, Cedar Rapids, Victim; Struck by Pair On Honeymoon
(Courier Special Service)
Vinton, la. E. E. Maish, 35, Cedar Rapids, was instantly killed about 9:30 p. m. Thursday, when the bicycle he was riding on highway 30, was struck by an automobile driven by Jerome Jameson, Los Angeles, Cal., on his honeymoon.
The accident occurred 18 miles west of Cedar Rapids. Maish and Jameson were both traveling east. Jameson told officers that he came over a hill and failed to see Maish, whose bicycle did not have a light, he said.
Maish suffered a skull fracture, broken neck and fractured ribs. His body was taken to Cedar Rapids. John Burrows, Benton county coroner, investigated the accident.
Cedar Rapids Tribune - May 22 1936
Bicyclist Killed By Auto
Eddie Maish, 30, operator pf the Hi Ho beer tavern at 419 2nd Ave. SE, was
killed Thursday night at 8:30 o'clock when a bicycle he was riding west of town on highway No. 30 was struck by a car bearing a California license. Maish's body was taken to Blairstown
The Oelwein Daily Register - May 22 1936
Honeymoon Trip Interrupted
Vinton Ia., May 22-UP- A honeymoon trip halted last night when their automobile struck and killed Ed. E. Maish, 33-year old Cedar Rapids Beer tavern operator was resumed today by Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Jameson of Los Angeles, California.
County Sheriff Leland Fry permitted the bridal couple to continue enroute to Debuque after an investigation disclosed that a bicycle on which Maish was riding at the time of the accident carried no light.
Before their recent marriage in Detroit, the bride was Miss Mildred C. Kannolt of that city.