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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 28, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa "i'.ote Collect' Aji I'rrvliiusly Advi.rl nic (inz'-ttw l-'.irin t- IT 111 I II I" eM ...i I Robber Takes imsdav schedule al Ihe Marion biain-h YMI'A is. At Derby Station men's imn'ss'class uVa'm' and (i pm innior Ini'.h I The city's third armed oil painlmi' class I, nibbery in Iwo weeks has lu-s -1, uyinnastics ehib "t. promiiled Marion Police Chief men's open baskeiball 'i. kai- Hichard Iv Cayler lo beef up ale 7. men's power volleyball his force. X. pool school lesson-, M a m Cayler said some of Ihe pol- and '1 p in pre-si-hool li" ice will he traveling in nil- sons II and I. adnll opei marked cars. swim noon, water '1'he third robbery look noon, walorbalnes :i :ili -.-AMI place Sunday niHhl at the leam II :tn. adnll les-on- i -in Derby slalion, alll ft ft Seventh avenue. An nnde- leniiincd amoniil of money Mr liikcii uhrii a man iirntrd willi a suwi'd nff nr- ilcrctt (tic stalion alliMidiin! ID rniply llii1 ciisli noisier. Pulicc sjiid llu1 bandit lied described as a while Nll> Sale wa- made male probably in his and n Heal- about 5-111 'in hemiil and m ''oopei-alion with In 1411 lo ID.....Hinds, lie Hl'1' was wearing bine jeans, a V V Ki-een jacket and a ski mask _ rn Cayler said the man's physi- cal tienerally tits Hie bandit who robbed Ihe Site i unpaid Trucker Fees Hie I i-dar Mini., O.I. .IK. IS71 ny for Area One Open Emma B. Thomas, 82, i ni _i Dies; Services Tuesday House Planned The annual li Nortii Center H'J, died Saturday al slnden's has been liodnled renii-r I'oinl followum a loin; Xonlh Center 'ndo.ii1- nalne ol Chester. Neb lived n, Albnrnelt most of nolii raiiiimses lic'iin at a m wri ,lt Ohio, she was mar- la on An- !l I'laii ried to Ccnrw II. Thomas on ,s... -indenls and luniial ileiiarlmenl lours lor school counselor, and relerral Snr.iuim are two sons, Key. i i Counselors and oilier re- stone, a Mrs I ony lerral personnel will be Area Kelly. Kvaiislnn. 111., one Due lor lunch at Ihe hrollier. Ihe Albert .aid 111, andiloi-, e.pei 1 i, i conehiMoii .if Ihe iiionnim Hoslolmaim. l.idderdale; three n.e.i- andned ,.hooi m aclr. ilie.-. There will b. an sisicrs. Mrs. Hrval Si-broeder. Iowa''. -''HI Him- 1'-. li'CA ,nb-ehaplcr nine Crass; Mrs. Helen .N.ir- ne-.i i-'-'-Ti. -i eoiidn.-led al Ihc Nnrlli ''eider San Calif., and Iho-e i-nn lii-m-. nai'i l'111---111' in cnninnclinn willi Hie Kiihlmann. I'hes. eo'insi'lor and referral p'-r- ier. grandchildren -oniii-l and tw> -jreal-m'anili Inldren. (locll i III I '-HUT lolll! 1'iiinl i' nieli i ai In In.me :..il ioliov.ui" -i MoiNKS (Al'i '-......c I1' ini'-kiii" In ics dour- bn-a 111 ni III br.la in en a, Ihan "nil ,n bv Hie b1. in. I the eb.thes were dillerenl.hr i.-ad. inure than -.1-1 i-'irm on whnii lari'i- a, hie i-'all-, S II sail la- .1 SCIMI cs will be held at Ihe l-'rien'i, i ail ai Hie Timber Fire Cedar Menainal Chapel ol' l liape! alt'-r i p :L 'I I'Ml IX Flames Memories al 1 p.m. Tnesday liiree acres of wiHi Hie Hrv. Larry Holder of limber Saturday allernoon on Hie Allinriu'll Christian church IruCK CraSi'i .inlni-on farm lue l-'riends may call u-': nh .im-ihwe-l ol CM- al Hie l edar Memorial Fa- il i i pp.. m-ral Home Mond.e. aller- m'ie- ca-' ol ihe tin- Inim -pi eadlllL: noon, and al the Chapel of robbed (he Marion Adult Hook and Cinema stnre. Seventh avenue, on Oct. IS. did not I'll Linus Marion I.ions Ihe same description as the nm club will meet a' M'Mi1." service slalions bandit, lie p.m. al the Suburban eiin.n-: iej-on. was armed with a knife. Chm-k Holmes of the hm.i Slate Mniplnyiiienl SerMce Hiiie will show a Him. "A After Nov. 1st. see us al our Hrm ol new location, nnnn's Indus- dninu trial Park 1 mile east of IM.. Marnm. Warner liros. Sidnm. IVl and InMilalion o _ .eiou i -i linsday al p.m. a! Ihe kceparnnnnK Marion -lipton .L'iune will be Marinn piilice are shown. a breakin and vandal- ha.- arr, ism at Ihe MenUer elemenla- Council (o Mcel Marion's rn-hia'.' iirm ry schonl. Second avenue. h which look place Saturday p ln m niHl'l- chambers al the cm hall A door window1 was broken A jf 4 out In .iiain enlrance. Poliei i'hoTogrr'phor ;jp'_roks Ciirk Arrested A HKI oiuii i.ilr- irom ai n Sunda'. pohre -.'.I -in, ndin o. .lelell I'e-i I Fhiesf Quality Bsrthstone n reported extensive vandalism In.-ulalion Sin.e L. in Ihe office area where IHa-'t. Warner Bros. 1177- Qelwein Druaaisi, Dies j was taken. Wekomc lo Marian Spimsnrs will meet Tnesrlay al 0N THIS DATK m liiriS. Hi- a.m. ill Hie Manmi Human (alhnlic palriaixh nl' Chamber (if Cummerce nil'- was elerled I'npe. He -V-, an-' ices. Seventh avenue. limk the name. Julia XXIII. c Rs-eSect o signify I v 1! t- V ana unity, riKiit'ssfintafivc JoHan ir, a member of the House Committoes Aqriculture, County Government and support you hove given him and urge your coniinuec! support in the future. with 1 stone for each additional stone Twin-braided 10 karat yellow or white gold bands signify husband and wife joined together with a synthetic birthslone 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. I Use Our Loyaway Plan Now. Open Tonight 'til 9 r' w P m i l i'i- wii y fill 1 FINE HOME FURNISHINGS J" Kor Our Use t'arU ond SHnp ?K-.n
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