|4 The Cefer KapMs Gwttei T»MU May t*. IMt detertioo and at Trial Held for Judge Overrules minor children. Two Protesters Courthouse News He was accused of Motion on Movies his month-old child Maydeserting Mamffew 21. . Special to The Gazette Judge J. Paul Naughton has Municipal Judge John B. IOWA CITY - Two persons of action to take. It will be up to overruled a defense motion that Reilly imposed the sentence. ' Investigation into arrested on disturbing the peace the grand jury to take any ac- movies of an alleged drunk charges in connection with the Recommend New City Nov. 1 demonstration againsl 2 Fatal Accidents tion in the earlier accident. driver not be allowed a s Hall for Oelwein In last week's accident, Mark evidence in the case. marine corps recruiting at Iowa To Be Continued Marion Defers Action Memorial union went on trial in Jon Ladage, son of Mrs. Robert William E. Meskimen was Special to Th« Gazette OELWEIN — Marvin Stenson :owa City police court Monday Police investigative reports on J. Ladage, 211 Twentieth streetcharged with drunk driving in of Stenson and Warm architects Mae E. O'Kelly, 78, of 2340l afternoon Thev wer - e Bruce A. two recent Cedar Rapids auto NE, died shortly after the ac- the 400 block of Tenth street SE told the city council Monday On Bus Service Pact Twenty-seventh street and a:£lark of Des Moines and Fred accidents in which three persons cident. Richard D. Rose, son of March 6. Authorities said he i night that Ms firm felt it was Marion resident for 61 years, Barnett of rural Kaloiia. Mrs. Joy Rose, 122 Twentieth lost their lives will be turned street NE, and Earnest Rose of almost hit a building when not advisable to repair the would be used above ground died Monday in a Cedar Rapids Police Judge Marion Neely turning into a driveway. Oelwein city hall which was By Larry Tanner hospital. She was born the took the cases under advisement over to court authorities for Ottumwa, died Saturday. The defense motion said the damaged in a recent tornado. only for waste pipe and vent further investigation. Marion's council deferred ac- systems. daughter of George and Calliejafter the trial that lasted some Police said the car was movie was taken w i t h o u t He recommednded that a new tion on the bus service agree- Knapp Aug. 25, 1889, at'two hours. He asked both sides County Atty. William Faches traveling south on Forest and Meskimen's consent and its use building be constructed. The ment Monday with the Regional An objector to the ordinance, Prairieburg. to submit further briefs. Tuesday said the report on the went out of control as Heppe as evidence would be contrary council will study the sug- Transit Authority until liability Lee F. Blodgett, 505 T e n t h On Nov. 14, 1907, at Martellej The two cases were combined one-car accident last Friday in attempted to pass another car. to his right against self-in- insurance carried by the RTA avenue, said the plastic was she was married to John A. as a matter of expediency. which two 17-year-old boys The auto struck a tree on the crimination. gestion. is discussed. inferior to other types of pipe. received fatal injuries will be west side of the street head-on, The April grand jury returned The council also sold $54,000 in O'Kelly, who died Sept. 30, 1942. Clark and Barnett w e r e bonds to the First National bank City officials expressed the He urged the council to give Mrs. O'Kelly was a member of| amon g 107 persons arrested in turned over to j u v e n i l e shot up the tree and flipped over an indictment in the case. of Oelwein and the Carleton Beh opinion that the $500,000 insur- the matter more study before connection with that Nov. 1 authorities. on its top, according to police. ance carried by the RTA should giving final approval to the the First United M e t h o d i s t Vietnam war protest. Of that Driver of the car in the ac- Co. of Des Moines. The bid church of Marion and Grove cident, at Linden and Forest Awaited Interview Suspended Term to figure was not immediately be raised to $1 million for one ordinance. City Rebekah lodge No. 35. total 86 have been found guilty person and $3 million for one Building Use Okayed drives SE, was Kendall Heppe, Heppe was released after Surviving are two s o n s , or pled guilty and sentenced to 17, of 118 Twentieth street NE. James B. Surrett available. The money will be treatment at a hospital for used for new fire equipment. accident. Approval was given by the Chauncy O'Kelly of Almond, pay fifty-dollar fines and court The report of the May 12 two- minor injuries. James B. Surrett, 30, of 324 City Manager Peter F. Cri- council to permit the Hydro- Wis., and DeVer O'Kelly of costs. car accident in which Toy In the earlier accident, Larry Second avenue SE, received a CHICAGO CUBS play the varo said city officials expect Space Systems Corp. to use the Marion; two daughters, Mrs. Masad was killed will be turned D. Olmstead, 22, of 334 Seven- suspended sentence of 90 days in Philadelphia Phillies — Live and to meet with the RTA later building at the intersection of Maxine Woods of Marion and Plan Fayette Vote over to the July grand jury for teenth street SE, was a the county jail Monday after he in COLOR! Tuesday at 6:30 PM this week. Grand avenue and South Elev- Mrs. Harley Bartosh of Cedar On School Repairs further investigation, Faches passenger in the car driven by pled guilty to a charge of on Channel 9. Approval was given to the enth street, formerly occupied Rapids; 14 grandchildren and 21 Special to The Gazette said. his cousin, Richard Olmstead. first reading of an ordinance by a grocery super market, for jreat-grandchildren; two FAYETTE - The school Hit Broadside amending the plumbing code manufacture of its product The brothers, Arthur Knapp of Cedar board has decided to put a pro- Investigating officers s a i d Faches said his decision on DICKEY'S Really Gets 'Em what action to take in this case to permit limited use of plas- permit is in effect for one year. Rapids and John Knapp of posal to repair the high school Masad's car, southbound on! had awaited an interview with tic pipe. Ralph Hflmer, build- The request was made by Marion and a sister, Mrs. Glenn j on the ballot at the regular Edgewood road SW, was struck Larry Olmstead, who w a s SPARKLE 4 ing inspector, said the pipe Roger J. Pierce, president of Hempy of Marion. the newly-formed firm. .Services: Wednesday at 3:30 September school board elec- broadside by a car driven by hospitalized and was unable to tion. Richard L. Olmstead, 23, of 1400 be questioned until last week. C-L-E-A-N-!^ The building is located in thej Marion Heights shopping center. Marion, conducted by the Rev. Money for the project would Seventh avenue SE. Masad, of Police estimated the speed of come from funds already on 433 Twentieth street NW, was the Olmstead vehicle at 75 miles Payment of The area is zoned C-2- com- Lloyd C. Kellams. Burial will be hand in the schoolhouse fund. 52. mercial. Under this zoning, the in Oak Shade cemetery. Friends an hour before the collision. The NEWI Tlfci W ¥ may call at the chapel. The funds are what remain from Faches said he hopes the speed limit at the intersection is QUALITY CONTROLLED $1,567 Set council was informed by City Attorney Robert J. S t o n e , * * * two previous bond issues. juvenile court will t a k e 45 m.p.h. Women's and girls' skirts dry Work would include replace- jurisdiction in last week's ac- JM«Mt»«r Xmtlmmml Imttltmtt ml »r» ClMMln ON THI CORHIR OF 7TM AVB. AND 1ITH ST*tIT, MARION jermits for light industry may By Linn-Mar ie approved by the council. cleaned 50c each. Plain or ment of flooring and windows. cident to determine what course! pleated. Send as many as you DRIVE SAFELY The Linn-Mar board of The rezoning of land in the like. Albert's Dry Cleaners.— education has authorized the 1965 annexation to the city was Adv. payment of $1,567.03 to the approved. Property rezoned is * * * Haegg Roofing Co. for work on the south side of Fifth avenue Beautician, part or full time. completed on the Indian Creek from Twenty-second to Thirty- Wilson Beauty Salon.—Adv. elementary building roof. first streets from R-3 to R-4 * * * residential. Kiwanis — The M a r i o n The board also directed the school architect to prepare new Street Lights Kiwanis dub will meet Wed- specifications for completion of A petition for street lights on nesday instead of Thursday the project preparatory to let- A avenue and South Nineteenth because of the Memorial day ting bids for summer work on street and midblock on A holiday. The group's monthly the school roof. avenue between South Fifteenth business meeting and board Portables and South Nineteenth streets reports are planned. Dinner is was referred to the utilities at 6:15 p.m. at the Suburban. The board met with represen- committee for action. * * * tatives of the Marion Cashway Approval was given to the Sale! Clearance ladies and Spahn and Rose lumber American Oil Co. to resurface children's dresses, blouses, firms to prepare specifications the alley at the rear of the sportswear. Open Friday even- for portable buildings to be used firm's service station on Seventh ings. Marion Boston Store. — for classrooms in the high avenue and Ninth street Ap- Adv. school and junior high. Bids will proval was given subject to the * * * be taken in June for a minimum stipulation that plans and Large selection M e m o r i a l of five temporary classrooms. specifications are submitted to wreaths and sprays. Contracts for teachers were the city engineer's office. Franklin Store. — Adv. * * * approved. Teachers hired were: A request from the Stoner Rosemary Ann Kock, fourth System, Inc., for a sign on city- Eta Iota chapter of Beta Sigma grade at main elementary; owned property on Seventh Phi will meet tonight (Tuesday) Robert L. Holub, high school avenue near the Second street at 7:45 in the home of social studies; Eileen Jennings, railroad overpass was denied by Terry Evans at Springville. Mrs. high school home economics and the council. David Grussendorf has the pro- junior high subjects; Diana The council decided to meet! gram. * * * Engel, high school science; June 6 with the park board to Having sold my home — sell- David R. Ulrick, high school discuss the park land acquisition ^SIS^ Sri s7e m a t h e m a t i c s ; Margaret program. Anderson, second grade a t classified Ad 22. — Adv. * * * * * * Wilkins. Temporary Assignment For Sale: Living room drapes, The budget hearing was set for July 8, the same night as the To Fireman Gibney lined, like new. 377-3416.—Adv. * * * board's annual meeting. John Gibney, an 11-year Pi No Ho Camp Fire group 3 Projects veteran on the Marion fire held a ceremonial Monday at St. department, has received a Joseph's school. Awards Approval was given for three temporary appointment PS fire beads were presented to 14 girls. elementary, secondary educa- captain, City Manager Peter F.!FamUies of members tion act of 1965 projects. Pro- Crivaro said Tuesday. guests. jects are: Junior high science, Permanent appointment is $2,267.20; senior high science, subject to a civil service ex-| Found — * * * — 7th Ave. billfold $1,842.90; senior high industrial amination to be taken at a later 377-0758. - Adv. arts, $905. date, Crivaro said. G i b n e y * * * Authorization was given to the became a fireman March 1, Parker pen sets. Name free. payment of $5,700 to the 1957. Ray's Jewelry. — Adv. architect, Kohlmann, Eckman * * * and Hukill, for work on the Bible School — Vacation Bible Flyer Better Bowman Woods school building. school has been set up at the St. The bill is for partial payment Paul's Lutheran church for June SANTA PAULO, Calif. of fees on the project. 3-7 and June 10-14. Children — Mira Slovak, whose sailplane I * * * three years old by Jan. 1, 1968, crashed at the end of Give Awards — Cub Scout through those starting first mile flight, was listed pack 58 met Monday at the grade next fall will attend 9 to in "slightly improved" American Legion hall a n d 11 a.m. sessions. Children from dition. presented awards to S c o t t second through eighth grades Hartman, Gary Hines, Matt will attend from 9 a.m. to 2:30 Moeller, Bruce Winch, Jerry p.m. Further information may Stockton, Steve Crowley, Scott be obtained by calling Director Henderson, John Huut, Tim Mrs. Neil Garnatz, 377-3105. * * * Sears Mooney, Steve Knapp, Jerry Meyerhoff, B r e n t Davidson, Closed Memorial day. Please Chain Link Robert F e d d e r s o n , John drive carefully. John's Conoco. Laschansky, Jimmy Holecek, -Adv. Mark Wilcox, Tom Chester, * * * Fencing Mike Hunter. Marion Heights Pharmacy will * * * be open 9-12 Memorial Day — Woman for c l e a n i n g . Adv. Permanent. Part or full time. * * * Crestview Acres, Inc., 1485 Applications being taken for Grand Ave. — Adv. full time sales lady. B e n * * * Franklin Store. — Adv. Rummage Sale: Tuesday, * * * Wednesday, 94 p.m. 1251 6th Reliable girl or elderly woman Ave. Miscellaneous, some an- to sit in my home. 377-4630 after tiques.—Adv. 4:30. - Adv. FREE ESTIMATE VISIT Phone 364-0151 The Office of for All Types of Fencing Dr. C. R. Kitchen NO MONEY DOWN Sears Modernizing Credit Flan iiD to 5 Years to pay Optometrist Ask about our industrial fencing. Installation * Eyes Examined * Glasses Fitted arranged * Contact Lenses See this optometrist soon Sears Sears, Roebuck &. Co. Lindctle Plaza Lindale Plaza BOTTLED BY PEPSI COLA BOTTLING CO. OF CEDAR RAPIDS. IA. UNDER APPOINTMENT FROM P.ptiCo. INC-TNEW YORKTN.Y."