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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 5, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Springviffe Exercise For Linn Firemen The Cedar Rapids MOD., Aug. 5, 197} 5 This was the view in Springville Sunday as members of the Linn County Firemanship Assn. conducted a training exercise. Representatives of 1 9 fire departments were on hand for the project. The departments are receiving training through the cooperation of the Iowa State university fire extension service and Kirkwood Community college. In addition to the fire control exercise, a simulated search and rescue mission was conducted by the Linn sheriff's rescue unit and the Citizens Band Radio club of Cedar Rapids. Firemen from throughout Linn county assembled in the Springville busi- ness district Sunday to conduct an exercise in fire control. In the photo above, two members of the Hiawatha volunteer fire department play a stream of water on the structure owned by Springville Co-Op Telephone Co. A former bank building, the structure was re-ignited several times to provide training opportunities for some 80 volunteer firemen. The firemen shown here are Bob Wheeler, left, and Bob Beauregard. Buchanan Counfy Crash Fatal To Young Fairbank Motorist FAIRBANK Richard Fuller, 17. Fairbank. was killed Sunday night when tin- car he was driving slammed into a bridge five miles southeast of here. According to the Iowa high- way patrol. Fuller apparently lost control of his car on the gravel road. It skidded side- ways for nearly 300 feet before crashing into the bridge. Two passengers, Julie Lev- enduski. 13, Waterloo, and Brad Buzynski, 18, Fairbank. were treated for injuries at a Waterloo hospital, then re- leased. It was the fourth traffic fatality in Buchanan county this year, and it was the third tragedy in the Fuller family. Parents Died Six years ago. Fuller's mother drowned, and eight years ago his father was killed in an accident in Texas. Young Fuller is survived by two brothers, Scott and Dauil; Two Charged With Illegal Beer Sales CORALVILLE-Two Iowa City residents charged by Coralville police and state vice agents Sunday night with selling beer at the Coralville ball diamond for off-premises consumption. Arrested were .Jill Sharp. and Richard Sedgewick. 21. 28. The license holder is W...I. Slebos of West Hampton Vil- lage, Coralville. An audii of Slebos also has been ordered. DRIVE SAFELY a sister. Dawn, and Ins grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fuller. Fairbank. Services: a.m. Wednesday at Immaculate church in Fair- bank. Woods funeral home is in charge of arrangements. Newell Woman Dies Marida Karr, 31. Newell, died Sunday when the car she was driving went out of control and struck a tree on a Newell street. Samuel Sunderman, 19. Walnut, was killed Saturday night when his motorcycle and a car collided on highway 38 a mile south of Walnut. Sharon Bohach, 23, Nashua, died Saturday in a one-car crash at the intersection of a Bremer county road and U.S. 218 north of Plainfield. During 1974 our Company reached its 100 million dollar mark in Real Estate sales since its founding in 1957 a period of 1 7 years. We estimate that we will reach our 200 million dollar mark in Real Estate sales in 1 979 a period of only 5 John Zachar, Jr. Realtors Variety SI saving 4-YEAR CERTIFICATE Minimum. Interest com pounded daily, paid quarterly. PREMIUM PASSBOOK ACCOUNT S100 Minimum. Interest com- pounded daily, paid quarterly. REGULAR PASSBOOK ACCOUNT Save any amount, anytime. Interest compounded daily, paid from day- in to day-out. 30-MONTH CERTIFICATE Minimum. Interest com pounded daily, paid quarterly. 1-YEAR CERTIFICATE Minimum. Interest com- pounded daily, paid quarterly. Perpetual Savings offers you a variety of savings ac- counts from which to choose, each one seasoned with a "spicy" return. Savings accounts for immediate needs. Or accounts that satisfy even the biggest of goals long or short term. They'll fulfill the ingredients of any money recipe you dream up. A passbook savings account for day-in to day-out savings needs. Short term, low minimum certificate savings accounts for those upcoming obligations that require that something extra to fill the bill of fare. Or, longer term certificate accounts for those occasions that find you asking for more. Get a taste of the good life. Put a little spice in it with a Perpetual savings account. It will change the flavor of things for the better. SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA 52407 DOWNTOWN OFFICE: 110 Second Ave., 366-1851 LINDALE PLAZA OFFICE: Lindale Plaza Shopping 393-7700 IOWA CITY OFFICE: 132 E. 338-9751
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