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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 26, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Two Are Injured Critically In Fayette Mishaps _ Twu Kast lima men are at Rochester, Minn as the re- sill! ,.f uiie-rur ac- cidents which incurred in Fayette county oxer the weekend. In very critical cimdilum with major head injuries is .lames Fnsselmaii, L'.'l, Fayelte. whose car crashed off highway 1511 just south of Fayette minutes hefore mid- night Saturday. Officers said Fusselman's northhound auto hit a curl) on a traffic island, then rammed a stop sign hefore flying into a ditch and on into a farm field. Fosselman was thrown from the car. l.onnie Lamont, also suffered head injuries when thrown from his auto, which went off a curve south of Klgin early Sunday. His condition was described as critical Monday Both men were taken to West Union hospital hefore being transferred to Roches- ter. Friends Rally to Hildebrand's Aid Lester Hildebrand. Seventeenth avenue, had a pleasant surprise when he re- turned home Saturday from St. Luke's hospital. Neighbors and friends were painting his house. Eighteen persons were on hand for the work. Hildebrand suffered a heart attack Aug. 12. 40 Attend Dedication Of Center Point Park CENTER POINT-Some 40 persons turned out Saturday for the formal opening of the Sitting park on Main street here. The park was one of the projects of the' beaulification committee under the direction of Mrs. Frank Suchomel, as part of the community's bet- terment program. Roger( Thomas drew up plans for the park as part of his Eagle Seoul requirements. House and Mrs. L. L. Kula have sold their house at 1340 Starry drive to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond K.. Oberreuter, 437 Fourteenth street. The Kulas are building a house at 2471 Twenty-sev- enth avenue. Possession will be given Aug. 31. Sale was made by Executive Realty, in cooperation with Mundel, Long, Luce and Sullivan. Siding, roofing since 1953. Warner Bros. 377-5573. Adv. Lions Marion Lions even- ing club will meet Tuesday at at the Indian House. A board of directors meeting will follow the regular meet- ing. Robert Rhudy Gets ISPIRG Duties DBS MOINES (UPI) Robert Rhudy, who was graduated from the University of Iowa law school last .January, will become the new executive director of the Iowa Student Public Interest Research Croup (ISPIRG) Sept. I. Acting-director Skiji Laitncr will resume his duties as en- vironmental coordinator for the 1KPIRG staff._________ Baseball season is in full swing. Sell your spare TV with a classified ad! Dial 398-8234. Services in C.R. for J.C. Beatty, Vinton VINTON Joseph Charles Beatty, 78, Vinton, died early Sunday in a Vinton hospital following a long illness Born Jan. 19, in Shellsburg. he bad been a res idem of Benton county all his life and had farmed in this community until his re-tin- men! in 1965 Mr. Beatly was a graduate of Shollsburg high school, a vderail of World war 1. a member of Ihe Shellsburg I'niled 1'reshylerian church, a 56-year member of the Shells- burg American Legion, Benton City Masonic lodge, Ihe Benton county Farm Bu- reau, the board of directors of Peoples bank al Atkins for 37 years and was presently pres- ident of the board. He had served on the Shells- burg Grain and Lumber Co. board 40 years and xvas pres- ident al the lime of his death. Surviving are two daugh- ters, Mrs. Charles Koopman, Newhall. and Mrs. Raymond Buelow, Palo: four sons, Ron- ald, Palo; Donald and Keith, Shellsburg, and Charles F.., Vinton: 23 grandchildren, a sisler, Grace Denbo, South Bend, Ind., and four brothers, Frank, Everett and Earl al! of Shellsburg. and Harold, Vinlon. Services in Turner chapel wesl, Cedar Rapids, al Wednesday by the Rev. WiK liam Barber and the Ralph Collon and Ihe Masonic lodge. Burial: Shellsburg cem- etery with graveside services by Ihe American Legion. Friends may call at Turner west until 1 p.m. Wednesday. The casket will not be open afler Ihe service. All Master Masons are asked to meet at the funeral home by Wednesday. A memorial fund has been established. Rural Marion Girl Wins Event at Fair Kelly Sue Miller, 7-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ar- land L. Miller, route 2, won Ihc pony western pleasure class Saturday night at the Iowa stale fair. She was en- tered in the 10 years and under class. She won the title for the sec- ond straight year. Kelly is leading the Stock Horse Assn. pony western pleasure divi- sion, 10 years and under, point totals for shows being held this year. She is a second grade student at Indian Creek school. Her horse is Super Smoke. Drunk Driving Search Is Under Way COctobterfTury For 'Cornfield Phantom' ALDKN (l.'I'I) A Ij-foot- acre cornfield which is next to The (fdar Kapids iteuUt: Man.. AUK, it. 5 Ignoring Tama Court Date Proves Costly To Report Drug Violation Telephone Michael Dooley 377-8081 RENT A NEW PIANO Only 10 Per Month No Cartage or Drayago subject to older approval All Rent Will Apply If You Decide To Buy! Returns N. Moore, 815 Fifth avenue, re- turned home Friday from Mercy hospital where he was a surgical patient. Siding, roofing since 1953. Warner Bros. 377-5573. Adv. End Air Search For Iowa Family BENNINGTON, Vt. (AP) Civil Air Patrol officials say they have called off an air search for a single-engine private plane missing for over a week. Authorities said an inten- sive search Sunday for the plane, carrying four members of an Iowa family, again failed to find any trace of the air- craft. The plane disappeared Aug. It; while on a flight from Lawrence, Mass.. to Cam- bridge. N.Y. The pilot of the plane was believed to be John Laurie of Dcnison, Iowa. Three mem- bers of his family were also believed lo be aboard. The week-long search was conducted over southern New Hampshire and Vermont and over parts of eastern Now York and western Massa- chusetts. Authorities said dense foli- age made the search particu- larly difficult. Old Settlers' Reunion Thursday j The annual reunion of (he Linn County Old Settlers' Assn is set for Thursday in the First United Methodist chun h Speaker is Brigadier Walter Kennedy of the J'eoria. Ill Army. Registration is sel for 1 a in with dinner to he served as noon. Assoeiation nieinliers over years of age will re- ceive free dinner liekels. Road Still Closed For Bridge Repairs Tenth street remains elosed while repairs are being made mi the Indian ereek bridge. Persons planning lo drive to the main Linn-Mar campus are lo use the Alburnoll road In Twenty-ninth avenue, then go east to the school. With the beginning of school Monday. Ihe Indian creek cross-over road on the Linn- Mar campus was closed to traffic. School officials said Ihe city has informed them the Tenth streel bridge is expected lo be opened late this week. Firemen Extinguish Blaze in Locomotive Marion firemen extin- guished a fire in a Milwaukee railroad freight train four miles east of the city Satur- day- Firemen said a short in a high voltage wire in the sec- ond engine unil ignited diesel fuel and grease. The unit in- curred extensive damage. The eastbound train con- tinued on its way after fire- men doused the flames.4 Buy Mr.' and Mrs. Gregory Karasek, route one have purchased a house on Sandy Beach near Coralville Lake Manor from Mr. and Mrs. Ed Teslik. The Tesliks are moving to Grinnell. Pos session was given Aug. 15 Sale was made by Tommy Tucker Realty. Marion Shoe Shop now open Mon.-Sat. 377-9943 Adv. Hiawatha Trails Kiwanis club will meet Tues- day at a.m. at Sambo's. Jim Whalen will answer ques- tions on the FBI. Many thanks for flowers, cards and visits while in hospital. Robert N. Moore. Adv. Plan Altered for Nonpublic Busing CALMAR In a special meeting Saturday, the South Winneshiek school board changed its plans with regard to busing of non-public school students. The board had earlier planned to reimburse parents of private school students for costs of transporting their children to school. However, the board Satur- day voted to use its buses to pick up students atlending private schools within the districl and to work out agree- ments with families whose children attend schools out- side the district. The plan, involving non- public students, will go into effect Sept. 9. TOI.KDO Tama County District ''uurt .Midge I. llyland has set the jury trial i Virgil Adams of i of Kldon dnii'gtii wiili drunk driving, for Oct. 14 Adams, appearing Fri day with Ins attorney, pled innocent and waived his right to a trial within fil) days. He is free on personal Adams was arrested bs a Toledo city police officer July 14 A slate trooper filed tin information against Adams John .1 Hess. Tama, j charged with drunk driving. I was giv-n until Sept to (dead to the charge after las attorney requested more time Ho is Ircc on personal recog- Hess was arrested Aug. 7 by a Tama city police' officer Because their attorney askc'd for a continuance, Un- cases of Cheryl Lynn I'crkins. 19, and Wanda Fayc Clark. 211. both of Marshalllown, both charged with possession of a controlled substance, were continued. They will enter pleas Aug. 311. They arc' free on 10 percent of bond and their personal recognizance. The women were arrested June' 15 on highway 311 east of Tama by a state trooper. The ear in which they were riding was allegedly operated by Sle- ven Ray Kelsey. Marshall- lown, who was also arrested. His case is pending. tall young woman, dubbed the1 "cornfield has eluded her would-be raptors but in the meantime has m.lU'ii a'Aay 'Aim '.ariciiis items of clothing food stolen frcjin two families living on farms about a mile- south of here1 Mrs Kdward Schwcerman says seven lo eight pairs of jeans liclijnging In her daughter were recently found missing along with some sucks and underclothing Canned floods Mrs Schucerman also said that canned goods, including luila fish and milk have- also disappeared ill recenl days from the family's kite-hen. Residents ill the area say they have- seen the woman running in and out of a Kill- Ihe Schweerman farm At first Mrs Si'hwwriiian said, they didn't know what to make of the- missing items but after th'.'v "phantom" running through began to I tin- rornfield add up Sleeping in I. oft She said in addition lo the mining 
                            

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