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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 8, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa The Cedar Rapids Gazette: July 8, 1074 -Iowa Attendance Till i f i orto Tota! Hits The Ail-Iowa fair's dosing at- to line arts, are ;..n integral part f'f tile and WC wel- ihird biggest fair since IMi. come '.he increase in number of Fair President Leo "cilfer people- 1'eiifer; said the fair board would meet said. j soon to review this year's lair; Sunday's attendance was! and map plans for next year's 11, 482 to make ihe 10-day total! event, which will be the an- compared to 150.744 last! juvcrsrirv o; the of vear. The J" dos-' All-Iowa fair. ing Sunday a year ago was, One of the most encouraging Sunday's crowd was only] aspects of tins year's exposition. Isliehily below ihe 11.717 of 1970' Peiffer said, was ihe exceeded both 1371 and; participation of every depart- All showed increases over The times when alter.- i the previous year. dance surpassed ibis year! More Participate in.'iu> nil v, Hi; luO.997.; "The educational phases oi' 1970 wiih 1CS.S-18. the fair, from livestock judging i The final grand ehainpion Damages Asked AS Result of Auto Burning bird was a roller.; The best of opposite sex of the; TOLEDO Damages of a Kins exhibit- i are asked in a suited uv K. Matthias of Des filed in Tama county district ijioines. i court Friday by Dorothy Mae! A Cedar Kapids man. Carl! Grummitt of Chickasaw county won the trophy for! against Beverly Jean Graff giant homer Tama. The suit stems from an auto accident July 27, 1972, in Chick- asaw county. In her petition, plaintiff claims she was driving eastward on highway 18 and 346 when Mrs. Carntau Class In the Carneau classes. Cliff Fisher of Belle Plaine had the champion with Matthias show- ing the best opposite. Matthias also had the champion King Graff, who was driving west- with Harry Brown of Man- bound, lost control of her car. Chester showing the best op- crossed the center line andiposite. slammed into the side of plain- In the racing homer classes. tiff's car on the driver's side, wrecking the car and seriously injuring the plaintiff. Mrs. Grummitt claims the de- fendant was negligent in failing to keep on her side of the high- way and yield one-half the trav- eled way, in driving at exces- sive and dangerous speed and in not having her vehicle under proper control. She says her neck and back were injured; that she has in- curred medical expense of will have additional medical expense of and hospital bills of She claims she has been dam- aged by present, past and future pain and suffering, has incurred loss of wages for the last two years of and trophy winner was the entry of David Foelske of Tripoli; and in the Modena classes, William Davis of Albion showed the champion. Tim Daniels, fiddler with the Echo Mountain Boys of Cedar Rapids, won the All-Iowa fair's first fiddle contest. Daniels lives at 2043 Forty-second street NE. Second place went to Kirk Branclenberger of Farmington and third place to Rob McKay. 1132 Twenty-ninth street NE. innocent Pleas By Five Persons In Tama County will continue to suffer loss TOLEDO Five persons en- wages in the amount of Man Faces Two Charges after Fight at Fair Guadaltipe Gonzales, 28, of 1312 Twenty-second avenue SW, was arrested on charges of as- sault and battery and resisting an officer when he allegedly struck a man who intervened in a family argument. Police said Gonzales was hav- ing an argument with his wife, Pam, 21, near the main gate at Hawkeye Downs Sunday night when Robert Shaw of Savannah, Ga., intervened. Gonzales allegedly s t r u c k tered innocent pleas to drunk driving charges against them' when they appeared before Judge James H. Carter in a ses- sion of Tama county district court. Pleading innocent were: Edward. John. 66, Tama, waived his right to a speedy trial within 60 days and jury trial was set for Sept. 9. At his request, a Marshalltown at- torney was appointed to defend him. Prusha was arrested May 25 by a Tama city police officer. Susan Irene Palmer 22, Belle Plaine, was charged May 27 by a state trooper after she was in- volved in an accident on high- way 212 west of Belle Plaine. Her trial was scheduled for Sept. 9. Shaw in the face. When officers! Also set for Sept. 9 was the arrived, Gonzales resisted ar- trial of Geneva Papakee. 35. rest, police said. He was taken to the Linn route 2. Tama. Mrs. Papakee was arrested Mav 24 at county jail under bond on a.m. on old highway 30 west, of each charge. Pair Held on Tama by a state trooper after ;shc was involved in an accident. I Arthur K. Hughs, 56, Montour, I [Charged May 16 by a Tamaj Two men were being held in Linn county jail Monday morn- ing on bond each on charges of possession of a con- trolled substance. David J. Wortman, 10. of 1202 Raney street, Hiawatha, and Merle Andersen, 13, of 1033 Oak- land road NE, were arrested by officers about a.m. Monday near Blairs Ferry road and North Towne road NE. Officers had stopped their car because it had only one head- light. When officers inquired about the contents of a box in tne car, Andersen opened the box which allegedly contained marijuana seeds and a pipe. A search of Ihe car then un- covered a substance believed 10 be marijuana. i jury set for Sept. 9. i Tlle jury trial cf Glenn Rob. :crtSi 2y, route 2, Tama, was set for Sept_ 9. Robcrts was arrest. May 26 by a state trooper a milc wcst of on highway .30 after his car went into a CD k k R. Man Assault Charge Robert Stechron. of 922 X street SW, is free on S250 bond' after he was arrested early Monday on charges of assault and battery and resisting of- Stechcoii was arrested near Sixth street and Nineteenth avc- nuo SW when officers thought his car looked suspicious. When police tried to question him, Slechcon ran away, according to police reports. He was treated at Mercy hos-' pital for a small cut suffered in the scuffle police before; being taken briefly to the county jail. Former Of Firms Files I For Bankruptcy! Scott Lee Voeltz. of 4719 Twin: Pine drive NE, has filed for! bankruptcy in federal court.j claiming debts of nearly; is the former owner ofj two Cedar Kapids firms. World] of Sound II and the Pcnmore Distributing Co. In his petition, Voellx. listed] debts of and assets of; with ?500 claimed as exempt. was affiliated with sev- eral Cedar Hapid.s-based cor-! pora'ions, including the follow-' ins: Kidri America Ltd.; Isadorc- Ray, Inc.: World of Sound, Inc.; Handier Enterprises. Inc., business as Clinton Stereo, Cave. Inc., doing business as! Off the Wall Clothing, Scott L. Voellx., Inc., doing busi- ness as: VII1 Shop. more, Inc.; S V Corp., Inc.; and SLV Distributing Co., Inc. 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