Cedar Rapids Gazette, August 5, 1974, Page 7

Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette August 5, 1974

Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 5, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Three Are Killed in Des Moines Incidents The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Mon,, Auk. 5, 1971 DKS MOINES (UPI) -Three Des Moines residents, two men and a young hey died Sunday of gunshot wounds in two unrelated incidents A bartender was being held Monday by authorities in the shooting death of dreg Galvan, . 30, in Topogigio’s liar Sunday night. Ralph Fazio was being held early Monday for questioning about the incident in which Galvan and two brothers were shot No charges were filed immediately. Shot Stepson In the other shooting, Merle L. Haines, 24. apparently shot his 3-year-old stepson, Shane Ochoa, and then turned the gun on himself. Polk county Medical Examiner R (’. Wanters said both Haines and the boy were killed by shotgun blasts in the face. Des Moines police said Galvan and his two brothers allegedly became involved in a fracas at Topogigo’s Bar with Fazio. Officers said Raymond WIN AT BRIDGE By Oswald & Janies Jacoby Oswald: “Let’s have a be-kind-to-deelarers week.” Jim: ‘‘Just to those declarers who don’t make bad plays. Thus. South wins the spade lead in dummy. He has to. Then he stops to try to count to nine tricks. He sees that the way to get them is to collect three of those tricks in NORTH    5 ♦ ak V J 107 ♦ Q 8 6 2 ♦ 9 8 3 2 WUST    FAST ♦ Q IO 5 2    4 8743 ▼ 8 12    V 9 ti > 4 ♦ 9753    ♦ A J Ak lo    Aq J 6 SOI TH (D) ♦ J 96 f AKQ ♦ K 10 4 A A 7 5 4 Both vulnerable West North    Fast South I NT Pass 3 N.T.    Pass Pass Pass Opening lead — 42 diamonds. At trick two he leads the deuce of diamonds from dummy. His plan is to finesse his ten spot if Fast plays low, but East plays the ace.” Oswald: “This is a reasonably happy development. Obviously East has played that card because he holds the singleton ace or the doubleton ace-jack. In the first case South isn’t going, to make three diamond tricks; in the second case he will if he plays carefully.” Jim: “The careful play must occur right here. It is up to South to play his ten of diamonds, not the four spot.” Oswald: “Let’s see what happens after he plays the ten. East leads back a spade to knock out dummy’s ace. South leads a diamond to his king and is delighted to see East’s jack drop. Now he leads his four of diamoir'>, finesses dummy’s eight and has his three diamond tricks.” V*CRRD<fc/**44 The bidding has been North Fast West 24 South I* Pass Pass You. South, hold: 4 A Q 6 5 4 f A Q « 5 4 ♦ A K 42 Wha! do you do now? A—Just hid two hearts. Your hand is powerful, but your partner may have nothing. TODAY’S QUESTION You do bid two hearts and your partner jumps to four. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow VISIT THE MARION OFFICE Complete Circulation And Want Ad Service. 743 10th STREET Marion Office Phone 398-8430 Or You May Dial 398 8234 To Order Your Want Ad. Galvan, 25, threw a bar stool at Fazio during the incident They said Greg Galvan, the dead man, then pulled a pocket knife and started for the bar Officers said Fazio then pulled a pistol and fired four shots Two of the shots hit Greg Galvan and officers said ladled at the scene Officers said another shot struck Raymond Galvan in the back and the fourth struck Albert Galvan. Not In Tavern Albert Galvan was not in the tavern when officers arrived, but the fire department rescue unit was called to a residence about 90 minutes later to take him for treatment. In the murder suicide, police said the shooting occurred in a Des Moines residence about an hour and a half after the bar incident Haines lived at the residence with his wife Cindv and the stepson. Police said Cindy Haines was not at home at the time of the shooting. 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Surviving are two daughters, Martha Burns, Long    Beach, Calif.; Lolita Schanbacher, Atkins; a son, Arlen Gerhold, Shellsburg; 15 grandchildren, four sisters, Mary    Ehlers,    Minneapolis,, and Elizabeth Gerhold, Louise Rathje and Emma Hoppel, all of Atkins, and a brother, Henry G. Gerhold. Cedar Rapids. Services: 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at St. Stephens Lutheran church. Friends may tail at Pelmet funeral home. Keystone, after I p.m. Tuesday and after IO a. rn. Wednesday at the church. Lightning Detonates Explosive, Four Die PARIS (UPI) - Four workers were killed in a quarry in southern France when an explosive charge they were preparing to detonate was struck by lightning, police reported. The men were preparing the detonator for the charge when the lightning caused its premature explosion. The resulting rockslide buried them Breakins Reported At West Union WEST UNION - Police reported two breakins Saturday night at the United Building Center lumber yard and the West Union Cooperative. Discovery was made Sunday morning. Entry was gained at both buildings by springing the locks on the side doors. Some cash was taken from Cooperative, and $1 and an empty cash bag were stolen from the lumber firm. HEATHCUFF Painter Assumes Marion Duties Marion is back in the city manager business Joseph VY Painter assumed his duties Monday at city hall Painter succeeds Fred L. Day who left May IO for health reasons. The 30-year-old Painter was an assistant to the Burlington city manager before being named to the Marion post June 21 The Painter family will move to Marion from Burlington later this month They will reside at 1855 Henderson drive "STICK ’EM (J Pf" Clark at Blouin Event OELWEIN — U.S. Sen.Dick Clark of Iowa will address a fund-raising pig roust in behalf of State Sen Michael Blouin of Dubuque, at Moose lodge at 6:30 p.m. Friday. Blouin is the Democratic candidate for Second district congressman and the pig roast was announced by his northern district coordinator. JoTin Forkenbrock of Maynard. Forkenbrock said tickets, at $10 per person or $23 per family, are available at 7 South Frederick street here or by calling 283-5773. He added that the pig roast is the first to be held and primarly is for residents of Allamakee, Clayton, Delaware, Fayette and Winneshiek counties. Others will follow for other parts of the district. Truck. Is Stolen In Winneshiek County KENDALLVILLE - The Winneshiek county sheriff’s office is investigating theft of a truck owned by K and E Lewis, Inc., of Cresco. The truck was taken Friday night from the Nort Johnson farm near here. It was recovered undamaged Monday morning in a corn field near the Johnson farm. Stanley Signs Campaign Code MARSHALLTOWN - Stale Rep. David Stanley of Muscatine announced Monday that he has signed the (’ode of Fair Campaign Practices. The announcement came during a pause in his crossstate walk as he approached Marshalltown Glasgows Sell, Moving to Vinton Mr and Mrs Raymond Glasgow of 2595 Second avenue have purchased the house at 1341) Fourteenth street from Mr and Mrs. William Cosgrove Possession was given Aug. 3 The Cosgroves are moving to Vinton The sale was made by Gohmann and Associates in cooperation with Larry I) Sharp and Co., Realtors. Gohmanns also reported two other Marion sales. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Holub of 700 Thirty-fifth street bought the house at 2930 Second avenue from the Federal Housing Administration Possession was July 29. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Folder sold their house at 1485 Ninth street to Mr. and Mrs. Rollyn Aswegan of 2444 Eighth avenue SW, Cedar Rapids. Possession will be given Aug. 15. The Folders are moving to Kent, Wash it it it Siding, roofing, since 1953. Warner Bros. 377-5573 —Adv ★ it it I would like to thank friends, neighbors and relatives for food, cards, and flowers at the time of my husband’s death. Mrs. ( laud Rudder. — Adv. _ Services Wednesday For Lura L. Stewart Lura L. (Doily) Stewart,73, of 635 Fifth avenue, widow of Walter Stewart, and a lifelong resident of Marion, died in a Cedar Rapids hospital Sunday. Born Jan. 7, 1901, at Cedar Rapids, she was married May 26, 1928, to Russell B Eckhart. He died Dee. 2, 1947. On Nov. 24, 1948, she was married to Walter L. Stewart. Mrs. Stewart attended the First United Methodist church of Marion. Surviving are two sons, VV. Basil Zier, Beltsville, Md , and Norman (' Zier, Milan, IIL; two daughters, Mrs. Neil Sills, Marion, and Mrs. Don Schwendemann, Fort Dodge; a stepdaughter, Mrs. RT. Clark, Marion; seven grandchildren; four great-grandchildren, and a sister, Mrs Clark Drenter, Bettendorf. Services: ll a rn. Wednesday at the Murdoch chapel in Marion by the Rev. J.M. Steffenson. Burial:    Cedar Memorial cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel after 11 a.rn. Tuesday. ★ ★ ★ Brother Dies—Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Zachmeyher, 2350 Brockman avenue,#were called to Oakville because of the death Sunday of her brother. Wayne Sutcliffe. YMCA -Tuesday’s activities at the Marion YMCA a~e: Nonaquatic -trampoline, 9 a rn.; youth tennis. 9; sometimes for fun, IO; baseball, IO and I; pre school gymnastics, IO:30; adult open gym, noon and 4, girls’ basketball, I; boys’ basketball, 2:30; 3 on 3 basketball, 7; karate, 7; pool-youth lessons, 9 and I; adult open swim, noon and 6:30; youth recreational swim, 4; swim team, 5; family and adult swim, 7:30 ★ it it See Women’s World in Classified. Patterns, needlecraft. sewing machines, etc. It happens e\er> day! — Ad\ ★ * * Kiwanis—Hiawatha Trails Kiwanis club will meet Tuesday at 6:55 a.m. at Sambo’s. it it it Notice: All advertisements of this type (Marion locals) must be in The Gazette Classified Office by 10:45 A M. day of publication. (Ii A.M Sat. for Sunday. Dial 398-8430 or 398-8234 -Adv. ON THIS DATE in 1969. the I S General Accounting Office said the defense department had spent $24 million not included in its 1972 public affairs budget. Open Tonite (Mon.) ’til 9 p.m. acres of everything for the home Third Ave. at First St. S.E. In Downtown Cedar Rapids IYM* Plenty of Hot Weather Ahead! CW VTO cove G< RoOt\0^ °' CV'P (VV)* ROOM IMMMWM Air Conditioners -SO-OO 00 tL coop00 ^ AV\0*'e    Shoo'*0*' *ev "°"Ce yOVL Now You Can Buy Brand New -A__________ rrwn ana Air Conditioner 5,000 to 18,000 BTU and J Save so OO With Coupon The sleek, handsome air conditioner so whisper quiet it gets talked about ACT NOW! Why Swelter This Summer? Get Set NOW To Enjoy COOL, COOL COMFORT During Summer’s Sweltering Days and Nights! 5-Yoar Total Appliance Warranty! Covers Labor and Parts Only Amana gives you this comprehensive protection! It Pays To Buy NOW AND SAVE! BUY NOW . . . We ll Deliver Now In Original Factory Crating and Place It In Your Garage or Basement for Installation Later lf You Desire. AMANA 5 VEAR TOTAL APPLIANCE WARRANTY Amana M for J years from ri.it* of off. "al purchase in U S, free replacement cr repair, include* related labor, cl parts fount det-c IYJ as to *orhm*n»hip or mater .al under normal use ani returned through Amana s dealer distributor oifjm.-ation MM? IHSSX?!* iT*,ocal.    "‘W"”''’    * I'*1*1    I*    tenoned,    replacement of gaskets, filters, tubber or mastic Pam, »no instoii.«firn kit material 0«vn,r is also teiponsiblo tor normal maintenance service (Cleaning ot coils Later drains motor mmi‘ Ilion and normal deterlorat en ot appearance items due Ic near or opes, ie Any product subjected to accident mnuse, negligent, abuse, defacement ct se-.al put* or alteration shall void the warranty. *    ' In Canada, th* warranty applies as above inept that it does not covei ta es, duties, assessments levied al tim* cf pact export. SMU LEK OFF’S TERMS TO FIT YOUR BUDGET ;

  • Albert Galvan
  • Arlen Gerhold
  • Basil Zier
  • Carl H. Gerhold
  • Carl Henry Gerhold
  • Cindy Haines
  • Cleo Zachmeyher
  • David Stanley
  • Don Schwendemann
  • Elizabeth Gerhold
  • Emma E. Rappel
  • Emma Hoppel
  • Fred L. Day
  • Gary Holub
  • Greg Galvan
  • Henry G. Gerhold
  • J.M. Steffenson
  • Joseph Vy Painter
  • Louise Rathje
  • Martha Burns
  • Merle L. Haines
  • Mrs Clark Drenter
  • Mrs Raymond Glasgow
  • Neil Sills
  • Nort Johnson
  • Paul Folder
  • Ralph Fazio
  • Raymond Galvan
  • Rollyn Aswegan
  • Russell B Eckhart
  • Sen Michael Blouin
  • Shane Ochoa
  • Walter L. Stewart
  • Walter Stewart
  • Wayne Sutcliffe

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Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette

Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Issue Date: August 5, 1974

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