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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 11, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Marion News Winter Signup Week Begins At Marion YMCA Marion branch VMC A’s winier schedule includes activities for the entire family This is signup week at the Y Several new activities and classes have been added for the winter months Included are Kiris’ synchronized swimming and Iwiys’ wrest I ng Adult activities added to the winter program are fishing and tackle tying, dip-and-dra|M» dolls and Christmas craft The course on fishing and tackle typing includes discus sion and demonstration of fishing techniques, food and habitat preferences of popular species, reading a body of water, bait presentation, casting, proper lure retrieval, keeping fish fresh, cleaning and cooking and jig and fly tying The five-week class begins Nov IK with Bill Krejca the instructor. The drape dolls and Christma craft class will continue for four weeks with Dollie Chesrown as instructor A women’s volleyball league is set for Wednesdays at I p m. Women’s desiring to join a team may contact Ken Zahrt at the Y office. ★ WW YMCA — Tuesday's activity schedule at the Marion branch YMCA is:    Non-aquatic league basketball 9 arn., men's fitness class noon and H p.m., open gym 1:311, family activities 7; pool — school lessons 9 a m and 2 30 p m . adult open swim nooon, youth recreational swim 4 30, swim team H. family and adult open swim 7. WWW Set Sapper — The annual Vernon junior high school potluck supper is set for Tue-day at 0 30 p.m. in the Mentzer school gym. All Vernon parents are invited to attend WWW Ughs — Marion Lions evening club will meet Tuesday at 0 15 p m. at the Suburban. Kathy Williams, recreation director for the Linn County Area facilities, will speak WWW Visit Parents — Mr. and Mrs Rollie Long. 700 Thirty-fifth street, had as their weekend guests, their son and daugher-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs Ralph I zing of I/igan, Ctah They were enroute to Madison. Wis., where he is to speak at Wisconsin university. Prof Long is welding counselor at I tab State university WWW Hopkins Rites — Services for (ierald W Hopkins, who died Saturday, will be held Tuesday at I 30 p m at the First United Methodist church by the Rev, (Hen W I .amb Burial:    Cedar Memorial Friends noisy call at the Murdoch chapel until 9 tonight, ands after ll a rn Tuesday at the church. WWW Marion Modern — homemakers club will meet Tuesday at 7:45 p in. in the home of Mrs. Dale Moser, I (KUI Hillview drive Program is a karate demonstration. WWW Marion Chamber of Commerce is planning two meetings this week. The retail bureau will meet Thursday at 9 3(1 a rn. in the Farmers State bank community room The board of directors will meet Friday at 7 3(1 a rn. in the Chamber offices, 7B0 Eleventh street. WWW Returns Home — Floyd Slauson has returned to Marion after spending four months in ( dorado and California visiting his daughters. He will reside at Crestview Acres nursing home. He was accompanied home by Mr. and Mrs. Millard Port of Colorado Springs, They are visiting in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude .I. Port. 94(1 Central avenue. WWW Set Meeting — The Marion planning and zoning commission will meet Tuesday at 7:30 p m in the city hall council chambers. WWW Siding, insulation. Since 1953. Warner Bros 377-5573 -Adv. Corn Crib Fire WEST UNION - Flames started by an overheated dryer caused moderate damage to a 7.000-bushel steel corn bin on the Mickey Robinson farm three miles northeast of West Union Saturday. About 200 bushels of corn were lost. [ast Iowan s Death Reported in Germany WHEATLAND -~ Funeral service# are scheduled Tuesday at I 30 p.rn in the Oxford Junction Assembly of (iod church for Army FP-4 Cary < lapp, 19, who died Nov, 2 al Dramstadt, Germany. According lo information received by his parents, Mr and Mrs William ( lapp of ru Tai Wheatland, the youth died after choking on something He had attended Lost Nation high school and entered the army in August 1972 He was serving with an engineering company at Dramstadt. Surviving in addition to his parents are a sister. Bonnie, at home, and his maternal grandmother, Mrs George U*slie of Oxford Junction. Hayden funeral home of Oxford Junction has charge of services. Burial will be at Izist Nation. MARMADUKE By Anderson A teeming "Put that apron back. It’s not even close to suppertime!" New Congress for No-Fault? WASHINGTON (UPI) - A group lobbying for no-fault insurance legislation predicted Saturday it will find strong support rn the new congress. Changes in the house as a result of Tuesday’s election will eliminate at least 39 mem tiers w ho are opposed to the idea. the National Committee for Effective No-Fault said The senate* last May passed a no-fault bill but it has been stalled since then in a house ocmmerce subcommittee. Rep. John Moss (D-Calif.) plans to push the measure when congress returns for its lame duck session later this month, but the measure has not tieen marked up and its future this year is considered doubtful. The senate measure — opposed by trial lawyers and Gunman Holds Up Iowa City Station IOWA CITY — A gunman robbed* the Iowa City Derby station of about $15(1 shortly before 10:3d Sunday night. Attendant Steve Piper told police the robber fled on foot after forcing Piper to hand over the money. He described the bandit as in his mid-20s. five feet. IO inches tall. IOO pounds and with a light mustache. some parts of the insurance industry — would reqiure all motorists to carry insurance which would provide minimum benefits in the event of accidents, regardless of whose fault the accident was. Time consuming and costly lawsuits aimed at determining blame for an accident would Im* reduced Persons injured in accidents also would he restricted as to when they could sue to recover economic loss or for any pain and suffering that resulted Opponents ot the idea ha\e claimed it would result in higher insurance premiums Guilty Pleas for Violating State Conservation Laws TOLEDO — Of the six persons who appeared before Magistrate John Felts recently for violation of Iowa conservation laws, four pled guilty and two pled innocent. Pleading guilty to hunting pheasant before the opening of the season were Mark E Eggers and Allen Lard both of Gladbrook. Each was fined $3(1. Information against them was filed bv Bob Mullen, state conservation officer. Ender a new Iowa law. magistrate arr* required to assess damage against game law violators to compensate for the animals or birds thev kill. Consequently, Felts ordered Eggers and Card to each pay an additional $12 50 or a total of $25 for the rooster pheasant they killed Steven Drave, rural Newton. and Mark Linger, rural Suit Filed in Tama County By Railroad TOLEDO — The Milwaukee railroad has filed suit in Tama county district court against El heron Elevator, Inc., El-beron. and Robert C. Blythe, Cedar Rapids, claiming forcible entry and detainer. Plaintiff asks that defendants Im* removed from the company’s premises. The plaintiff claims the defendants are holding over after termination of a lease The railroad, in its petition, sfah*s that on Oct. IO, 1913, it entered into a written lease with El bi* run Farmers Grain and Supply Co., which assigned its title and interest to Biberon Elevator. Inc , June 5. 1940, The railroad claims Biberon Elevator has failed to continuously operate and to keep the buildings open for business and failed to surrender the demised premises at the termination of the lease and to remove its buildings and other property. Plaintiff states that on Oct. 17. Blythe, a registered agent of the (-levator firm, was served with a three-dav notice to quit the premises but the defendants allegedly remain in possession. Big George! WIN AT BRIDGE By Oswald A James Jacoby Oswald “Against any opening lead but a trump. South has no trouble* making four spades provided he goes right after hearts lh* will lose two hearts and one diamond. The other losing diamond goes on the ace of clubs and he will tie able to ruff his last heart.’’ Jim “Against the trump lead there are two good lines of play. The first is to cash the king of clubs; lead a heart to dummy's ace; discard a diamond on the ace of clubs and lead a second heart The defense plays a second trump. Now when the third heart is led. West wins and does not have a trump left." Oswald “All plays work if hearts break 3-3 The sure-fire line against the actual East-West holding works, but it would fail if four hearts and three trumps were in the same hand." Jim “That s why I took another line when I played the hand. I simply ran off four trumps, discarding a diamond from dummy West had to discard on the third trump lead VkgHPartch Marshalltown, pled guilty to shooting at waterfowl after closing time. Each was fined $15. leonard Zigler. Tama, pled innocent to hunting with unsigned waterfowl stamps No hearing has been set. Dennis Fish, Marshalltown pled innocent to shooting after closing time at Otter (reek Marsh His hearing is scheduled for Nov. 21. Windows Broken OELWEIN — Police Monday received reports of windows broken in seven cars, a phone booth and the Grand theater. In all instances, steel ball bearings had been shot through the windows, apparently with a sling shot NORTH A A ll H ¥ A83 ♦ H 6 3 A A 7 ;>,! > VV EST    EAST 4 H 3    4 7 3 2 ¥ K J Kl 7    ¥ Q J ♦ K J 7    ♦ (J o 3 2 A I HIH J    A Q ll 8 3 SOI MI (DI 4 K Q J Kl 4 ¥ o ti :> 2 ♦ A 10 4 Ak Bolh v ulnei abir Wfsl North Ka si South is Pas-, 24 Pass 24 Base I * Pass Pass Pa- < >|H*ning lr,id and jettisoned a heart, so I cashed my king of clubs and ducked a heart Discarded a diamond when the club came back; played ace and one heart and claimed. It had appeared to me that any opponent with four hearts would chuck one. Old West had obliged " The bidding has been ll VV es!    North    East South I A You. South, hold 4 4 3 VA (j 7 ♦ K J 4 3 4A 9 5 4 W hat do you do Now ? A —Pass W ith this type ol balanced hand it is best to wait developments. TODAY S OI ESTRIN You do puss. 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