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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 4, 1957, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 perform before the start of eacMVivian Henderson, 49. described’s** I    M V  evening performance. The unitsjby police as a friend of Mrs.iwTa n a rn 5 IN. I • will include the El Kahir drum Copsey.  corps, band and patrol.  Sleuth Suggests Woman's Killing Due to Knowledge  OMAHA (AP)—Detective Inspector Ernest Brown said Hon  ing on a Rita Kappenman might have had some knowledge that someone wanted to suppress.  He said this theory shared importance with one that a prowler  AT SHRINE SHOW—Eileen Kramer, 21-year-old trick rider, Tuesday was added as an "entertainment extra" for the Shrine Horse show next Friday, Saturday and Sunday at Hawkeye Downs. Shriners signed her on the spot after watching the Prairie du Chien, Wis., performer stop the show at a Wisconsin performance. Miss Kramer recently completed a tour of the Southwest and also has appeared at other major horse shows, including Cincinnati and Toronto, Canada.  Memorial Trophies Will Be Awarded At Horse Show  With entries running a third heavier than a year ago, Shriners in charge of next weekend’s sixth annual Shrine Horse Show Tuesday announced plans for a double-header program for Friday’s opening day.  The first performance of the three-day show will be on Friday at 3 p.m. and it was announced Tuesday that one admission will admit showgoers to both the afternoon and evening performances Friday. Eight classes will be judged Friday afternoon with seven additional classes, including fancy turnout and open roadster classes, in the evening.  Food concessions will be open between the afternoon and night performances.  With some horses, of course, entered in more than one class, the Shrine committee Tuesday predicted that total entries will top 900 for an all-time record. Based on entries already received, it is anticipated about 450 horses and ponies will be in competition.  More Highlights.  The Shrine committee also announced Tuesday the addition of another entertainment highlight and other features of the show:  Eileen Kramer, 21, of Prairie chi Chien, Wis., will present her  tai student husband of four months lived in the basement apartment of the Copsey home.  Mr. and Mrs. Copsey formerly lived in that quarters, moved upstairs last summer.  Wound on Wrist.  Crusade To Run Through July 2  weeks, at a cost of nearly $900.-! THE CEDAR RAPIDS GAZETTE: Tues., June 4, 1957  OOO. Committee Chairman Roger! “    ”  Hull said the extension Hill cost foxing destroyed by sexual im  Ed ward Robinson, Jr., Gets 60 Days  at least $55,000 a week.    |    morality — a threat he termed  Tile crusade is being    paid forj more menacing than communism.j  by subscriptions of member, He said sexual license has “de-churches of the Protestant Coun- stroved more nations than anvi NEW YORK — Billy Graham oil of New York and hundreds of other single sin” and “America    (Photo on Picture Page.)  They [announced Monday night that his-individuals and businesses, as may be destroyed by this sin.’’    HOLLYWOOD (INS) — Actor  New York crusade has been so,well as nightly offerings in the    *    Edward    G.    Robinson    wept    Mon-  successful that it will be extend- Garden.    I    I-actors t ited.    {day as his son,    Edward,    jr.,    24,  ed through July 21—three weeks Hull indicated the committee' Saying lewd literature immod-'was sentenced    to 60    days    for  Police reported    negative    re-    beyond the original closing date, may extend tile revival    even be- est dress, dirty joke idle -• auth drunk driving.  suits from a lie detector test of; fie also told an enthusiastic yond July 21, depending on fi- and smutty companionship have Judge Allan Lvnch ordered Mrs. Copsey. They wanted to; Madison Square Garden crowd of nances and on whether New'(con in huted to misuse of sex in the son to serve the term at the day night that police were work-, give    her another    test    and    re-117,000 that he plans to preach his 'Yorkers continue to fill    the Gar- *[-  s  ccantrv,    “I cs-.* q county honor far-a as    a    condi-  on a theory that the slain! Ported she had agreed to that! June 30 sermon in the Polo; den to near-capacity, as has been think America will ever be de-'Hon of a three-year suspended  and to questioning under influ-'Grounds and his Julv 21 sermon loo case so far.    (strove! b\ communism If • i* >entonci  I At! cud OV.0 1.U Q " finn    rs4    I    /    .    ,  oyed, it w he moral within.”  once of truth serum. Later. hovv-U n  Yankee Stadium.    j    Au    estimated    357.000    have    at-jgoing to be ck  ever, her attorney, Warren] He could preach to 52.000 in’ tended Graham’s sermons since dott-wtwl iv. Schrempp, said she would take 1  tho former and to 67.000 in the started 20 days ago. As of.tenor.*tam fro!  home grounds of the Yankees.  no more tests  Dr. C. S. Moran, completing an  might have blundered into her autopsy on the victim, noted apartment last Wednesday, when! Monday that there was a wound  bullet in the brain killed her I wash I knew what she knew. Her own character reproach—we’re sure of that. But we have reports Mrs. Kappenman was nervous Tuesday night.  on the left palm and wrist as  well as a head wound. There the  ‘ were powder burns on tile hand was above! but not on the head   He said it was possible a second shot was fired at a distance  Crusade Cost.  The crusade’s executive committee planned originally to run  Monday night, when 501 mad “decisions for Christ.” 12.145 “decisions” have been recorded.  Graham said Monday  revival six and one-half that this nation stands in danger  In a sermon on merit “Thou sha adultery,” Grahan delicate subjec n > R b tithe Bible talks  And she received a phone cali    to powder burns,  while at work ai University bos-  No  second slug has been found.  Auto Production By Firms Listed  shy  pital. We’d like to know who called her,” said Brown.  Landlady Released.  A court move earlier halted questioning of her landlady, Mrs. Eddie Copsey, who had been questioned almost continuously for more than 30 hours. The questioning ended when site and her husband, Eddie LeRoy Copsey, were released on $5,000 bond each. Their attorney obtained a writ of habeas corpus.  Freed on $1,000 bond was  the cumulative totals since Jan. I, compared with a year ago:  RE>01,L T  I IOX OI N ELI. S -1 ply niou Mi    I' 1  800  NOTICE OI HEARIN <> ON    '    _    .  i’JEAN8. 5*PEcmc VTIONS,Total Chrysler lit,514  NOTICE OF SITT ANO PROPOSED  AND FORM OF CONTRACT LOR CONSTRICTION OI WATER MAINS.  TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN  By direct ion of Hie City Council of the City of Cedar Rapids. Iowa, notice is hereby given that tile following resolu-  Chrysler  imperial  Desoto  Dodge  Week Jan. I.'57 Jan I.'56 Endec!    to    to  June I. 57 June I 57 June 2. '56  700 194 1.450  4,400  Roman riding act at every performance. Despite her age, she I tion of necessity is proposed i or passage  'and adoption by the City Council oi the City of Cedar Rapids. Iowa, and that the  already is a veteran of major  horse show rings from Toronto to Tucson, Ariz., and Shriners predicted her act “will be a show-stopper.”  The Wilson six-horse championship hitch of Clydesdales arrived Monday and horses are stabled at Hawkeye Downs. The hitch, winner of the Chicago International championship *>9  Continental  Ford  Lincoln ... Mercury ..  Total ford  Buick ... Cadillac .. Chevrolet  Oldsmobile  said Council has fixed the time for ihe consideration tnereot al ten o'clock on Pontiac the forenoon ot June 27th. 1957. at the council room In said city. at winch place Total Gen. M. and time all objections to said improve-1 Hudson ment or the passage of said resolution must be made or filed for consideration by said Council.  RESOLUTION NO---  RESOLUTION OF NECESSITY POR CONSTRUCTION OF WATER MAINS.  BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CEDAR RAPIDS. IOWA, that it is deemed ad-|U. S. visable and necessary to improve, by tile lot.ii Cars 221 construction of Water  Nash Rambler Packard Studebaker .  Total  Cars. U. S. Total Trucks  23.850  SPO  3.100  ‘27.170 3. Hen *2.016  18.600 4 187 4,250  32,018 32 120 I 800 IO *30  8 .'.719 17.*'24  of Water Mains, the lid-1Trucks. I limes in    Hic    Inst    '17 vears xvi IL lowini!     streets    within the    City oi    Cedar Total cars-   1,1    uie    Jd ‘ SL    d win     RapidSt    Iowa     to-wlt:  20th    Street Northwest    from end of  present    main    to a point 212 feet    North.  The method of construction of said improvements shall be by day labor as provided by Section 401.7 of the 1954 Code oi Iowa.  That the property abutting on said improvement and property adjacent thereto  will be assessed as by law provided, and  S. 100.543  present a demonstration at each matinee and night show Friday, Saturday and Sunday.  Memorial Trophies.  Tw’o memorial trophies have  been established to honor men !^| lcu  t ]; 4ll J ay  c ^;*^ te  e  r  x   61 183 20,352 6.3.593 143)66 317.54(5  607.810  444 C92 471 20.983 154 038  867.956 211 880  71.622 665 229  198 029 173.063  1,319.823  1.161  2.969  41,399  6.049  26.750  2.873,947 480.819 3.354.766 222.118  tot to the foregoing, all shares of stock hall, be issued at such times and in sucli amounts and on such terms and to uc 11 persons as may from time to time i determined by resolution or resolutions f the Bourn of Directors. The corporation lias a continuing lien upon the stock ■I any holder thereof for the amount of ins indebtedness or liability to the] corporation The    corporation commenced on    March  26. 1937, and it shall continue to exist j perpetually therealter until di'solved or its corporate period is shorted as provided by its Articles of Incorporation,  The Renewal Amended and Substituted Articles, by direction of the stockholders, were    signed and    acknowledged by    cl F  Paulson    and    Maurlta A Sullivan, both  residents of    Cedar Rapid.-. Iowa, who  arc respectively the President and Secretary cl    said    corporation  „    .j    ..    .i,    is,    n„,„ rit ,r    ut i    affairs of    the corporation    are to  record iii the otlii t i . fht Ktcoiii .  hp  conducted and managed by a Board Linn County. Iowa. provide.    :of not less than three nor more than  The name of the corporation continues seven directors, the number of vtv, h to be ' Security Realty Corporation and shall be lived bv the stockholders, or it its principal place of busine*.* is at Ce- not lived bv the stockholders by «pe, a1 oar Rapids, County of Linn. State Of I resolution of the Board. Directors .-hall Iowa    ,    i    be elected bv the stockholders at the an*  sn -ru  Tlu ‘    objects of the corporation    and    the,nim!    mcetin of    the corpora!ion,    which  \ general nature of the busmt    s    conducted j shall be    held    on Hie third Mondav of Mg-.  md transacted by it    ate    to    purchase I of each    year    Each stockholder is entitled  rn 686 or otherwise acquire,    sell,    own, lease,  91A t>42 operate, improve, equip. furnish, and    maintain veal estate and personal prop-  111 -ti erty located in till State of Iowa or r.-e-’073!where, construct and operate all kinds finn 416 of buildings 01 other structures, anil to    ou ln tllp  state of Iowa or else-  NOTICE OF RENEW AL AM) ADOPTION OI AMENDED AND 81 US ll ll TED ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION SEC I RITA Kl M TV CORPORATION.  NOTICE is hereby Riven that Security Realty Corporation an Iowa corporation. renewed and extended its corporate period perpetually by action of its stockholders on May IO. 1957. and a certificate ol such renewal was duly issued by the Secretary of the State of Iowa. dated May 15, 1951. At tile same special meeting of the stockholders on May IO. 1957. all of the outstanding stock of said corporation voted in favor of and duly adopted Renewal Amended and Substituted Articles  DETROIT    (AIM_The*    follow-    bt luce: poi anoil wha !>•> elver with  . LIE. I IAU I J    DM    >    inc    IOUOW     the  ct ruiUate ol renew.ii ain. lh...' Hoop  ing report by Automotive News, turn, were filed With the Secretary of the released Monday, shows auto pro-    ire 'VL ‘tow 'of  duct mn for the latest week, and  rmon on the comr not aid it to discuss, I bout it frankl "Ministers need to pre a about it,” he said “They’ve too silent about it.”  The judge warned him neither  - to take a drink during those three .veal', nor to frequent places  - specializing in sale of alcoholic  it'beverages  ,, Young Robinson, who has been it, in not infrequent collision with the law, was ordered to pay ane h hospital or medical expenses in-been curred by Hollywood Agent Martin Barth. 37.  i Barth lost an eye while a pas-  shot'sender in Robinson's sports car L in  ; w he ii it went out or control and smashed into another vehicle.  Standard Appliance Company  Cedar Rapids' Only DRIVE-IN Appliance Store  Call our SERVICE DEPARTMENT  Authorized Parts For  4 885 49 222  Chevrolet  Trucks, Canada 11.619 Total Units U.S.  and Canada 117.153    3.576.914  Automotive News credited with 6,200 truck assemblies last week against 6,887 the preceding week; Dodge, 900—1,610: Ford, 5,600 - 7 877. OMC. 830-I 384: International. 2.566—2.954; Studebaker. 144—162; and Willys. 920—1,467.  04 ifid carry ____  1 ta 1971 where, any other type of lawful business. __    incidental to or appropriate in connection  7 13,750 with tin foregoing. O' which ma- be ansae 336 i proved from time to time by minority vole 72 3401 of h- s  outstanding stock Said objects tn-760 615'elude the power to construct, establish. ' v,r ’ 364 equip and operate, maintain and manage 169 969 theatres, including making, purchasing.   '.j_ selling or otherwise dealing In licenses or  1,511.6141 bf her contracts relating thereto and to • 930,earry on    or    produce    any    and every  10,3031 form ol theairiial exhibition or perform-41 IRO,ance.  1U264 The amount of the authorized capital 43 007 stock of the corporation is three thousand  -    _ shares, all of which are without par  lvalue, Each such share may be issued 2.778.774 for such consideration as may bi fixed bv j the stockholders of tills corporation or by 599.688    the Briard    ut    Directors    in    the mantid  provided by law at the time of such issue 3.288,462 No stock shall be issued until the cor-poration liar, received the full amount OI 224,985 the consideration so fixed therefor No • such stock shall be issued for property 3,513.447 or other thine than monety except in compliance with the laws of the State of Iowa then in force. When so issued, Block shall be deemed fully paid and non-! assessable    and    the holders of    such shares  shall not    be    liable to    the    corporation  ior to its creditors in respect thereto Su»-  ork  for  vote for each share of held bv him and cumulative voting aid directors is permitted Vacancie curring between annual meetings may be filled bv the Board.  The officers of the corporation are to bf eld ted by the directors at a medius for that purpose to be held immediately inllow pig the adjournment of the stockholders meeting at which the directed v are elected Vacancies in any office may bi fined bv the Board The present officers and directors of said corporation are as follows:  O I PAULSON, President. Treasurer and Director.  THEODORE F PAULSON. Vice President and Director.  MAURITA A SULLIVAN. Secretary ands Director  Tile address of each of said persons is Cedar Rapid' Iowa  The private property of the stockholders is exempt from a1! corporation debts, obligation" and liabilities  The Articles of Incorporation may be amended by vote of the stockholder n provided In the Articles RECUR ITV REALTY CORPORATION By O F PARI SON President Simmons. Perrine Albright. Ellwood and Neff, attorneys  Television Tubes Radio Tubes  Indoor & Outdoor Antennas Refrigerator Parts Electric Range Parts  We Service All Makes 5 Factory Trained Servicemen  All Work Fully Guaranteed  Open Tuesday and Thursday Nites till 9 Phone 4-7178 Wire or Write  STANDARD APPLIANCE CO.  401 Code of Iowa. v..v expenses of said tm-.  Who have been active in the Iprovement. That the Plat and schedule]  required by the Code oi Iowa are on tile, in the office of the City Clerk, showing! among other things the amount which is estimated to be assessed against eacli lot. That unless property owners at. the time of tile final consideration of this resnlu-1 tion have on file with the Clerk written objections to the amount of the proposed assessment, they shall be deemed to have waived all objections thereto. That the! City Clerk publish fourteen days’ notice j of the time for consideration and passage of this resolution, as by law provided.  Filed this 3rd day of June. 1957. for public inspection .as    required    by    law, and  to be considered for    passage    on    the    27th  day of June. 1957. at ten A    M.  Passed this .......... day    of  ........ ...Mayor.  Attest:..........  City    Clerk.  are further notified that at said  Shrine Horse .show'.  Friends of the late Sam Stochl will present the “Sam Stochl Memorial Trophy” to the winner of    the    three-gaited    stake    class.  The trophy must be won three times by the same exhibitor to become the permanent property of the exhibitor. The late Mr.  Stochl served as official photographer for the Shrine Horse Show since it was started.  Members of the Za-Ga-Zig Shrine    Mounties    of    Des    Moines    „    ... .  i    , | , ■ a *    ,    ,    ,,    time and place there will be conducted a  have established a trophy for the! bearing on the proposed Plans and speci-  three-g'iited    si tm sit pi it-    c-lugg    in  1     fixations and proposed form of contract  in flu guilt a    amateur    LI USS    in j     whlch have  heretofore been filed bv the  memory Of    the late    Glen    H.    Council of the City of Cedar Rapids,  klmith    e/imnoti,rl    rounlni-lv    Iowa.    for    the    public    improvement    here-  bmitn, WHO competl Ct    rcguiail>    mbefore    described,    the    estimated    cost    of  which is $712.32.  At    said    hearing    any    person    interested  may    appear    and    file    objections    to    the  proposed plans, specifications or contract for. or cost of such improvement.  Dated at Cedar Rapids, Iowa, this 3rd day of June. 1957.  MAUDE M. KREBS.  City Clerk.  Published In the Cedar Rapids Gazette on the 4th and lith days of June. 1957  here. His mother and son will show horses at this' weekend’s event. A memorial bouquet for Mr. Smith, who died last month, will be in the ling throughout the show.  Shrine uniformed bodies will  eating downtown at  is refreshing, economical  especially for  OFFICE  "A service especially styled and priced for enjoyable eating out  JjJu, CamJm  WALLEYE Pine  'Ijoud Gum.  VEGETABLE BALAO  jLl''': vfpintiv VlilfrYv    .  'Zdkofi OwI  APPLE PIC  321 FIRST AVE. SE  Serving Hours  WEEK DAYS    HOLIDAYS*  7 DO i.rn -I 39 pm.    8 99 a.rn -2 CH* p rn,  4:39 p m -7 30 p rn.    4 39 p.rn.-7.39 p m  Standard Appliance Co.  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