Cedar Rapids Gazette, November 11, 1974, Page 9

Cedar Rapids Gazette

November 11, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 11, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 1'he Cedar Kaplds Man., Nov II, 1971 Winter Signup Week Begins At Marion YMCA Marlon brunch VMCA's wlnler sdiedule includes ac- tivities for Iho entire family. ThlK is HiKtiup week al Iho Y, i-iovorul new activities and classes have boon added for the winter months. Included arc girls' synchronized swim- ming and boys' wresting. Adult activities added lo the winter program are fishing and tackle tying, dip-ami- drape dolls and Christmas craft. Tho course on fishing and lackle typing includes discus- sion and demonstration of fishing techniques, food and habitat preferences of popular species, reading a body of wa- ter, bait presentation, casting, proper lure retrieval, keeping fish fresh, cleaning and cook- ing and jig and fly lying. The five-week class begins Nov. IS with Bill Krejca the instruc- tor. The drape dolls and Christina craft class will continue for four weeks with Dollie Chesrown as instructor. A women's volleyball league is set for Wednesdays at 1 p.m. Women's desiring to join a team may contacl Ken Zahrt al the Y office. YMCA Tuesday's activity schedule at the Marion branch YMCA is: Non-aquatic league basketball a.m., men's fitness class noon and (i p.m., open gym family activities 7; pool school les- sons !l a.m. and p.m., adult open swim nooon, youth recrealional swim swim learn fi, family and adult open swim 7. Set Supper The annual Vernon junior high school potluck supper is sol for Tue- day al p.m. in the Menlzer school gym. All Vernon parents are invited to attend. Ik- Lions Marion Lions even- ing club will meet Tuesday at p.m. at the Suburban. Kathy Williams, recreation director for the Unn County Area will speak. Visit Parents Mr. and Mrs. Rollie Long, 700 Thirty- fifth street, had as their wei'kcnd guests, (heir son and dauKher-ln-law, Mr. mid Mrs. Hulph Long of Logan, Utah. They were enroule lo Madi- son, Win., where he Is to speak fit Wisconsin university. I'rof. Long is welding coun- selor at Utah Stale university Hopkins Kites Services for (.it-raid W. Hopkins, who died Saturday, will be held Tuesday al p.m. at the First United Methodist church by the Itt-v. (Men W. Lamb. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Friends masy call at the Murdoch chapel unlil to- night, ands after 11 a.m. Tues- day al the church. Marion Modern home- makers club will meet Tues- day at p.m. in the homo of Mrs. Dale Moser, 1000 Ilillviow drive. Program is a karate demonstration. Marlon Chamber of Com- merce is planning two meet- ings (his week. The retail bu- reau will meet Thursday at 9: a.m. in the Farmers Stale bank community room. The board of directors will meet Friday al a.m. in the Chamber offices, Elevenlh slreet. Returns Home Floyd Slauson has returned lo Mar- ion afler spending four months in Coorado and Cali- fornia visiting his (laughters. He will reside at Crestview Acres nursing home. He was accompanied home by Mr. and Mrs. Millard Port of Colo- rado Springs. They arc visil- ing in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude .1. Pnrl. 940 Central avenue. Set Meeting The Marion planning and zoning commis- sion will meet Tuesday at p.m. in the city hall council chambers. Siding, insulalion. Since 1953. Warner Bros. 377-5573. Adv. East lowan's Death Reported in Germany MARMADUKE By Andonon Looming WIIKATLANI) Funeral services are scheduled Tues- day at p.m. In the Oxford .1 unction Assembly of church for Army KIM (Jury Clapp, who died Nov. 2 at DruniKludl, (Jerimmy. According lo Information received by his parents, Mr and Mrs. William Clapp of ru- ral Wheatland, the youth died after choking on something. lie hud atlended Lost Nation high school and entered the army in August 1972. lie was serving with an engineering company at Dramstadl. Surviving in addition to his parents are a sister. Bonnie, al home, and his mulcrna! grandmother, Mrs. George Leslie of Oxford Junction. llayden funeral homo of Ox- ford .function has charge of services. Burial will be at Lost Nation. "Put that apron back. It's not erven close to New Congress for No-Fault? WASHINGTON (UPI) A group lobbying for no-fault insurance legislation predict- ed Saturday it will find strong support in the new congress. Changes in the house as a result of Tuesday's election will eliminate at least 39 members who are opposed to the idea, the National Com- mittee for Effective No-Fault said. The senate lasl May passed a no-faull bill bul il has been slalled since Ihen in a house ocmmerce subcommittee. Rep. John Moss (D-Calif.) plans lo push the measure when congress returns for its lame duck'session laler Ihis monlh, but the measure has nol been marked up and ils fulure Ihis year is considered doubtful. The senate measure opposed by trial lawyers and some parts of the insurance industry would reqiuro all motorisls to carry insurance which would provide min- imum benefils in the event of accidents, regardless of whose fault the accident was. Time consuming and costly lawsuits aimed al determining blame for an accident would be reduced. Pin-sons injured in accidents also would be re- stricted as lo when they could sue to recover economic loss or for any pain and suffering that resulted. Opponents of the idea have claimed it would result in higher insurance premiums. Suit Filed in Tama County By Railroad TOLKIX) The Milwaukee railroad has filed suit In Tama county dlslrict court againsl Elberori Kit-valor, Inc., Kl- beron. and Hubert C. Blylhe. Cedar Rapids, claiming forci- ble entry and detainer. Plaintiff asks thai defend- ants be removed from the company's premises. The plainliff claims the defendants are holding over after ter- mination of a lease. The railroad, in its petition, stales that on Oct. 10, 1913, il entered into a written lease with Elberon Farmers Grain and Supply Co., which as- signed its title and interesl to Klberon Elevator, Inc., June 5. 1946. The railroad claims Elberon Elevator has failed lo conlinu- ously operate and lo keep (he buildings open for business and failed to surrender Ihe demised premises al the termination of the lease and to remove its buildings and other property. Plaintiff states thai on Oct. 17. Blythe, a registered agent of the elevator firm, was served wilh a three-day notice to the premises but the defendanls allegedly remain in possession. BRIDGE Ily Oswald James Jacob) Oswald: "Against any open- ing lead but a trump, South has no trouble making four spades provided he goes right after hearts. He will lose two hearts and one diamond. The other losing diamond goes on the ace of clubs and he will be able lo ruff his lasl heart." Jim: "Against the trump lead there are two good lines of play. The firsl is lo cash the king of clubs; lead a heart lo dummy's ace; discard a diamond on Ihe ace of clubs and lead a second hcarl. The defense plays a second trump. Now when the third heart is led. West wins and does nol have a Irump left" Oswald: "All plays work if liearls break 3-3. The sure-fire line againsl Ihe actual East- West holding works, but it would fail if four hearts and Ihree trumps were in the same hand." Jim: "That's why 1 look another line when I played the hand. I simply ran off four trumps, discarding a diamond from dummy West had to dis- card on the third, Irump lead MOHTII il A i) II V A 8 :i A A 7 2 i WIOST KAST o a A r :i a V K.I 107 tg.i .111184 MR Til KQ.I III) A III.I Bolli vulnerable North Kast Smith U I'ass Puss I'ilSS I'.ISS and jettisoned a heart, so 1 cashed my king of clubs and ducked a heart. Discarded a diamond when Ihe club came back; played ace and one heart and claimed. II had appeared to me that any opponenl wilh four hearts would chuck one. Old West had obliged." Guilty Pleas for Violating State Conservation Laws Corn Crib Fire WEST UNION Flames slarted by an overheated dryer caused moderate dam- age lo a sleel corn bin on Ihe Mickey Robin- son farm, three miles north- east of West Union Saturday. About 200 bushels of corn were lost. Gunman Holds Up Iowa City Station IOWA CITY A gunman robbed- the Iowa Cily Derby stalion of aboul shortly before Sunday night. Attendant Steve Piper told police the robber fled on foot afler forcing Piper lo hand over Ihe money. He described Ihe bandit as in his mld-20s, five feet, 111 inches tall, IfiO pounds and with a light mustache. TOLEDO Of the six pc-r- sons who appeared before Magistrate John Felts recent- ly for violation of Iowa conser- vation laws, four- pled guilty and two pled innocent. Pleading guilty lo hunting pheasant before the opening of the season were Mark E. Eggers and Allen Card, both of Gladbrook. Each was fined S5II. Information againsl them was filed by Bob Mullen, stale conservation officer. Under a new Iowa law, magistrates are required to assess damages against game law violators to compensate for Ihe animals or birds they kill. Consequently, Fells or- dered Eggers and Card to each pay an additional or a tolal of for Ihe rooster pheasant they killed. Klevcn Draves. rural New- Ion, and Mark Linser. rural Marshalllown. pled guilly In shooting at waterfowl after closing lini'.'. Each was Tinw! Leonard Zigler, Tama, pled innocent lo hunting wilh un- signed waterfowl stamps. No hearing has been set. Dennis Fish. Marshalltown. pled innocent to shooting after closing time at Oiler Creek Marsh. His hearing is sched- uled for Nov. 21. Windows Broken OELWE1N Police Mon- day received reports of win- dows broken in seven cars, a phone booth and the Grand theater. In all instances, sleel ball bearings had been shol through the windows, appar- ently with a sling shot. The hus been: II Vtpsl North East South You. South. hold: 4.1 K .1 4 3 954 What do you fid Now'.' A Pass. With this type of hal- anccd hand il is best lo wail de- velopments. TODAY'S QUESTION You do pass. Wt'sl bids I wo spades. North and liusl pass. Wlial do you do nou''.' Answer Tomorrow ON THIS DATE in 1851. the first palent for a telescope was issued to Alvin Clark of Cambridge, Mass. VISIT THE hute Mondnys. MARION OFFICE Complete CircutaHon And Want Ad Service 743 10th STREET Marion Office Phone 398-8430 Or You May Dial 398-8234 To Order Your Want Ad. FINE HOME FURNISHINGS the solid state 100% Solid State No Tubes to Burn Out Sold State Tho AW HI ON 2i" diflftoiMl pict RCA- 100% SoW Stuto CotorTV 21" A fabulous Sale at Smulekoff's, offering outstanding values. Now is the time to give your family the best in TV enjoyment RCA COLOR TV You'll find extra liberal trade-in allowance for your old black and white TV set and an array of cabinet styles from which to choose. Beautiful cabinets, life-like audio and true to life color picture are yours with an RCA COLOR TV. Makes TV enjoyment come alive so act now, get COLOR TV enjoyment at rare savings. Come NOW to Smulekoff's in Downtown Cedar Rapids. The ALLISON Model GIB30 K' diurna! piclul With Trade 8m For Our Cuitomori, Ike Park and Shop Plan Yos, gonuino RCA COLOR TV host in the industry all now models, yours to cbooso from. Extra Big Trado-in Allowance for your old Black and While TV Set. NOW! Trade In Your Open TONIGHT RCA XlrfOO SoW Stato Color TV 21" MOtlnl r.TMtl TV For RCA COLOR TV 'til 9 p RCA XL-100 Sow State CotorTV THIRD AVENUE AT FIRST STREET 8.E. DOWNTOWN CEDAR RAPIDS ;

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