Cedar Rapids Gazette, October 28, 1974, Page 7

Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette October 28, 1974

Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 28, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Marion News I hi* (edar Rapids Ga/eUr Mon., Ort 2H. 1974 Robber Takes Unknown Sum At Derby Station Tho city’s third armed robbery in two weeks has prompted Marion Police Chief Richard K. Cuyler to beef up his night force. ( ayler said some of the police will Im* traveling in unmarked cars The third robbery took place Sunday night at the iierby service station, MI Seventh avenue An unde termined amount of money was taken when a man armed with a sawed off shotgun or dered the station attendant to empty the cash register. Police said the bandit fled on foot IU* was described as a white male probably in his mid 2ik. about 5- III in height and weighing 140 to ISO pounds He was wearing blue leans, a green jacket and a ski mask (’ayler said the man s physical description generally fits the bandit who robbed the Silt* service station, '1% Marion boulevard, (let IM However, the clothes were different The robber also was armed with a sawed off shotgun The chief said the man who robbed the Marion Adult Book and Cinema store, 244 Seventh avenue, on Oct. IK. did not fit the same description as the service stations bandit He was armed with a knife ★ ★ * Atter Nov 1st. see us at our new location. Dunn s Indus trial Park I mile east af Marion Warner Bros Siding. Roofing and Insulation Co 477-5573 — Adv ¥ ¥ ¥ Marion police are investigating a breakin and vandalism at the Ment/er elementary school. 4115 Second avenue. which took place Saturday night A door window was broken out to gain entrance Police reported extensive vandalism in the office area where 444.25 was taken * it it Welcome to Marion — Sponsors will meet Tuesday at 9 40 a rn in the Marion Chamber of Commerce offices. 7H0 Seventh avenue 5 MCA - Tuesd ay’s a* tiv ny schedule at the Marion branch 5 M< A is Non agnatic pre school gymnastics 9 40 a in . men s fitness (lass ll 14 a iii and ti p in junior high gym I. oil painting ( lass I gymnas tics 4, gymnastics club 5 men s open basketball 7, kar ate 7 men s power volleyball H; pool ~ school lessons 0 a rn and 2 40 p in pro school Ie*-sons ll 15 and I, adult open swim noon water exercises noon, walerbabies 4 40 swim team 0 40. adult lesions y jo ★ dr ★ Sell House — Mr and Mr Kenneth llurtlg have sold their house at 2244 first ae nile to Mr and Mrs < ornelui' Horst, 742 l aghth (n et I ta Hurtigs are moving to Bellevue Possession will he given Nov Ik Sale was inuit bs Fred .I < iibson and < it Real tors, in cooperation with Holing Real Kstate ¥ ¥ ¥ fire Call — firemen ex tingmshed a grass int* Satur dav along the Milwaukie railroad tracks adjacent to tht Marion trailer court. Too Thirty-tilth street firemen said three young boys playing with matches started the blaze No damage was r port (al kitt I inns — Mi irmn Lions eve-ing club will meet Tuesday at H:l"> pm at tile Suburban Chuck Holmes of the Iowa State employment Service will show a film, A fighting < hance' ♦ ★ * Marion Independent \thlet ic boosters club will nice’ Tuesday at 7 40 pm at the high school films of the Marion -Tipton game will be shown k k k Council to Meet - Marion s council will meet Tuese i at 7 40 pm m the council chambers at the city hall k k k Siding. Insulation Since 1054. Warner Bros .477-5574 —Adv ON THIS DATE in 105s th* Roman (atholic patriarch of \ enicc was elected Pope Hi took the name. John Will C-O-M I N G FARM AUCTIONS km Previously Advertised lo The Gazette Farm Page* I Hrs., <H ( ZI Vu* lion. I Mi |> ut Im Uh k «‘<jpl I V "><*' I Imer .larger    > na VV ai ti I* |« int* *• * s,»t , \«v    ! Cahill soli* I |i ■ in .■ V I .Odin I rdvlno I > . XII is (i< ti Suction J.’ Id p rn ti..a I ll *rr\ llunt/in. tx. I ‘    '    PU sun Nm I ( His* oui sale I .lair. An-us (atli* i. Ik tuMrffx CKslr Hull* Is i i. 1 ill Cars Salvaged In Crushing Project Services at Solon For Edward Donovan SOLON — Edward I- Don ovan. HI, died at Ins home Sat unlay morning following a long dines-, Ile wa horn <let 24 I HO I rn Of ahum township in Johnson county and farmed in that vutility most of his life Surviving are his wife, the former Imam foraker. who he married fed H IMH two daughters, (iertrude Brown of Cedar Rapids and Mrs VVR ham Rhoads Stanwood, a son Ralph L Donovan Solon 12 grandchildren and two great grandchildren a sister. Mrs I cc    <    hopi k.    Iowa (    it'    and two    brothers    Joseph    W    Don* (’edar Rapids and P Donovan of rural •cs Tuesday af k 40 ‘O'-h ■    and 9    a.rn    . St. chun Ii Burial    si cemcterv. Iowa Citv ovan ( (icor "c low I ( I Marys Joseph Rosary Mondo'1 at K Bt sh’* freeport More than Farm Blaze 4 WM junked cars covering HO ai res at the Borsheim Salvagi yard near bore arc hciru salvaged in a car crushifb. project that vv 11 take twi months \ total of 120 wrecked < ar are boing crushi <1 each da* and I rut ked to a stem rccy cling plant at South Beloit. Iii Vert Borsheim, ow net of tin salvage vard en the outfit * of freeport, said nim nt Ii vocable steel prices ar, among reasons for laum Inn the in.iss clean-up it t! * time The Interstate < ar t rushiri firm of South Bi lint ll! 1 doing the crushing and haul mg. Because of the size of fils operation Borsheim is mango rating a charting system ti keep a running record of part: available and their loiation a the yard. Ile has arranged with thi (rushing Brin for an annual if clean-up IND! PENDfNCH - In pendents firemen were died at J p ii Sunday to ihe < nry Thomas farm three ales southeast of Independ-m * rile tenant. Sam Hig-ns was burning an old iii. 1 > la* is( vv hen flames na ad to nearby rubbish 1 remen were on the scent lout I * mime os I here vv ,r~ * tit her dan*.) * DN THIS DUE im F»74 Nurse Premier ( hou-f.n-Iai lid relationships between * kin.' and W ashington had in 1 way been affected bv the ’organ -i a rid a I State Collects $200,000 Unpaid Trucker Fees DKS MOINfS (AP)— Sonic 42 trucking firms doing biisi im's in Iowa have been assessed more than $200,009 in unpaid registration fees by the Iowa reciprocity board The assessments were made after stale officials compared re {torts made bv truckers with the truckers' own records and with reports made bv the firms to (tiber states I nder th" re< iprocitv board s new audit program. Executive Sin rotary Richard Howe said his auditors expect to have audited about 200 of Iowa's SUO trie king firms by next April Those KINI firms paid $14 2 million in registration, last year ibis year's figure is already more than SIJ million Firm*- on which large as sessmonts were unposed tielude: All-American. Inc sioux falls SD. $59,224, Best Refrigeration    Express    , (’ounci Bluffs. $41) ISH Smuh wav Motor Pa press I or* Dodge. $15,029 An tu l r ms port. < ouiu ii Bluffs. S12.H42, Pulley Freight Lines Des Moines $21,510 Row lev Transport, Dubuque, $22.oho arid Warren Transport Waterloo SI 4 HOO Rites Wednesday for Adeline E. Keyes, 94 < ENTER POINT Adelino E Keyes, 94 formerly of < ( dor Rapids, and a resident of ( enter Point the last 17 years, died Sunday iii a < enter Point nursing home. She was horn Aug 2K, 1KK0 at Iowa <’i tv On July 2. 1997, she was married to Marcus V Keyes at Peoria, III , who preceded her in death on Aug 11 1950 Mrs Keyes was a member of the first ( brist tan church. Surviving are a granddaughter. Mrs Kugenc (Jean) Hardy, South <into ( alif . and a grandson. Jack Shales of tenter Point, five great grand( hildron. and lour great-great-grandchildren. She was preceded in d< .itll by two sons. frank and < leorge Sholes Services will he held ll a rn Wednesday at the Murdoch < hapel in ( enter Point Burial < enter Point cerned r-y friends may call at tho ( hapel atter I p in Tuesday Truck Crash LAMONI \ -enu-tr iller trill k < rushed into a (lit* ll off high wav JO Ait miles east id Igiinont Monday morning when the driver. Theodore Brown 20 of I anoint apparently fell asleep at the wheel Damage was estimated .it $2 -000 Area One Open House Planned CALMAR — The annual open house at Area One for prospective North Center students has been scheduled fur Nov. 5, arid Nov H for South (enter prospective students. Open house activities on both campuses begin at 9 a rn and continue until 5 p.m. There will be informal tours for prospective students and formal department tours for school counselors and referral personnel Counselors and other referral personnel will he Area One guests for lunch at tin* conclusion of the morning activities. There will he an IIH JA subchapter meeting ((inducted at the North center in conjunction with the counselor and referral personnel meeting. Timber Fire WEST IN ION - Eld riles destroyed three acres of timber Saturday afternoon on the Ernest Johnson farm five miles northwest id West ('slum West I mon firemen prevented the fire from spreading In ne arby cornfields Emma B. Thomas, 82, Dies; Services Tuesday ALBI RNETT—Emma    B Thomas, K2. died Saturday at Center Point following a long illness A native of Chester. Neb . she lived in Alburnett most of her life. Born July IK. 1H92 at Florida. Ohio, she was married to George ll Thomas on Mar 4 1919 at Beatrice, Neb Surviving are two sons. Dean. Alburnett; Harold, Keystone. a daughter. Mrs Tony Kelly. Evanston. Ill . one brother, the Rev Albert Bostelmann. Lidderdale; three sisters Mrs Orval Si hroeder, Blue Grass, Mrs Helen Nor-ton, San Diego, Calif . and Mrs Anna Kuhlmann. ( bester \( h . eight grandchildren and two great-gran<1< hildren Services will In* held at the Cedar Memorial Chapel of Memories at I p rn. Tuesday with the Rev Larry Holder of the Alburnett Christian church officiating Friends may call at the I edar Memorial Funeral Home Mondav afternoon. and at tin* ( hapel of Memories after noon Tuesday Photographer Speaks Girls Arrested IOW A cm -Photogr..; Nichol Smith will appear the Iowa Mountaineers lr hague si ries Sunday He v*i!l deliver a prog! on Alaska in Macbride a* torium beginning at 2 49 Tickets will be av iiiatii* the auditorium im    DIM OR MI -    Three jtive- on nile nils from Cresco were .e- arrested Sunday evening by Decorah police who observed im the girls riding in a car allegri!- edlv stolen iii Cresco earlier in the day The turned over I county juvenile aud Politico* Adv pf ti so three w"re Winneshiek I Ollie Schoiz, Retired Oelwein Druggist, Dies I OELWEIN —Ollie Schoiz. t j retired Oelwein druggist, died I unexpectedly Monday morning ; at his home. He was 79 Survivors include ill's wife, two sons and a sister Services are pending at I Brant funeral home. VISIT THE QJajeBc MARION OFFICE Complete Circulation And Want Ad Service. 743 10th STREET Marion Office Phone 398-8430 Or You May Did 398 8234 To Order Your Want Ad. Re-elect James D. Jordan State Representative for the 30th District Jordan is a member of the House Committees on Agriculture, County Government and Commerce Again Jordon would like to thank you for the support you have given him and urge your continued support in the future. Pend for b -    timid Jordan Committee Smuletoffs. Jewelry t>*pi Main Floor Finest Quality Birthstone Mother s Ring To signify family love andunity. SOA?5 Am V with I stone $3 OO for each additional stone Twm-braided IO karat yellow or white gold bonds signify husband and wife — joined together with a synthetic birthstone of the month for each child in the family. Mother will wear it with pride . . . and cherish it forever. Order Your Mother ’s Ring for Christmas. Use Our Layaway Plan Now. . Open Tonight til 9 Smutekpffs NOW! 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  • Adeline E. Keyes
  • Albert Bostelmann
  • Chuck Holmes
  • Emma B. Thomas
  • Ernest Johnson
  • George Ll Thomas
  • Jack Shales
  • James D. Jordan
  • Marcus V Keyes
  • Mrs Anna Kuhlmann
  • Ollie Schoiz
  • Ralph L Donovan Solon
  • Rhoads Stanwood
  • Richard Howe
  • Richard K. Cuyler
  • Theodore Brown
  • Tony Kelly
  • Vert Borsheim

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Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette

Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Issue Date: October 28, 1974

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