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The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa · Page 10

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Tuesday, May 5, 1970
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n vT"+ SENTENCING IN SET To Keep the Hippie Happy It's wild vest time! Snappy team of vest and hat takes on the flavor of frontier days to make any hippie happy. Cutouts, studs and fringe decorate the set which is made, of felt. j EMMETSBURG, IA. (AP) IS e n t e n c i n g Is scheduled j Wednesday in Palo Alto County 'District Court for Elvin Gilroy, 121. of St. Cloud, Minn., con- Dieted Saturday- of first-degree i murder in the shooting of Alj gona grocer Melvin Bay during '• a robbery at his store in June. | 1969.' '' ' . ; _ ' '•'••:' i A jury deliberated about four <and a half hours Saturday be! forje finding Gilroy guilty of i fir'st-degree murder, murder i during the perpetration of a j robbery and armed robbery | with aggravation. Gilroy was one of four St. ! Cloud men charged with the same three counts after the holdup-shooting. A KossutmCounty District Court Jury at Algona recently misunderstood the instructions of District Judge G. W. Stillman. The jury inadvertently found Ronald Kelsey, the first of the four to be tried, guilty only on the robbery charge, on which he was sentenced to 25 years in prison, the maximum penalty. Gilroy's trial 'was moved from Kossuth to-Palo Alto County on a-change of venue motion following the mixup at Kelsey's trial. The next of the four scheduled to go on trial is Thomas Hinsey. A motion for a change of venue for his trial is on file Kossuth County District WIREPHOTO (AP) Play Ball!' ! in | Court but has not been ruled on yet. - Also charged is Louis Cunha, who was extradited to Iowa to stand trial after being arrested by authorities in New Bedford, Mass. Butter Saves Stove . By Heloise Cruse Dear Heloise: My tip is one an old Italian family taught me. When making spaghetti sauce or tomato mixtures, rub" butter around the top of the pan down to the sauce. You'll never have the spat~ter of sauce on your stove. It /tints from will simmer just to the butter line and no further. —Mrs. David Roche Pancake 'Pizza' Dear Heloise: Do you ever have pancake batter left and hate to throw it out? Here's •what we do: Butter a large pan and pour the batter in. Top with whatever meat you have on hand (pre-cooked, of course), then bake in a hot oven (400 degrees) about 15 minutes. The children love their "pizza." —Phyllis Shimanek Sifts for Baby a selection of baby foods and . cereals;, a book .on child care; a night light; disposable diapers, or a subscription to a magazine especially for mothers. These are not glamorous like those dainty little outfits (that seldom are worn) or the fancy toys that dress up the room, but they are gifts that are~~very welcome ~as they can be put to immediate use. —A Mama Hot or Cold Dear Heloise: For anyone who has to soak a hand, an arm or their feet, do so in one of those inexpensive plastic foam coolers. The water stays hot or cold —whichever you are using — and you don't have to keep adding more. —Mrs Floy Cross 'Pie Crust Gravy 1 Dear Heloise: Using a trick I learned from you — thickening gravy with pie crust sticks — I expanded upon the idea and made a speedy gravy using some of the 10 hwans Enlist In Air Force Ten lowans enlisted in the Air Force last week. They are: c g|f i Donald E.'Wefs. GEORGE - Harm F. Anlng. 1ARIQN - Daniel L Schwlnsle I RAPIDS— Bruce C. McCaulev. JPORT — Terry D. Jackson. OINES - Doyle R. St. John and It's recess time at an Amish one-room schoolhouse near Lancaster, Pa. r and boys and girls alike play ball. Pig-tailed girl with long dress misses the first pitch, connects with the second. Discover Old Indian Burial AUGUSTA, IA. (AP).-An Indian burial dating back possibly j 1,000 years was unearthed Monday close to the Skunk River near this small Lee County town Jack Musgrove of Des Moines, curator for the Iowa Department of History and Archives, said the remains of the three Indians dated to the Woodland Culture, which predated the development of grain cultivation. He said the skeletons could-be from 800 to 1,000 years old. The three Indians—an adult male and an adult and child of MARiorT - Baniei L schwinsie undetermined sex—were buried w'ATElit. l oo^D£n 0 nv e F t . chevafieV and'in a flexed position with their -'MOUNT "PLEASANT - Patricia A. j hands around their knes. Prlce - —: _ I Musgrove said the remains NAME U.N. DELEGATES j were found covered with only UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. 112 to 14 inches of soil. He said SCIENCE HONOR FOR IOWA GIRL (AP) — Robbert Fack, 53, is the Netherlands' new chief U.N. delegate and Sir Laurence Mclntyre, 57,-has taken over as head tion. of the Australian delega- the skeletons, discovered on the Virgil Landrum farm, were reburied after he, another representative of the archives department and an-amateur archaeologist studied the skeletons. Obituaries ChTistlneTaaesky To Australia Seminar (The Reoisler'1 Iowa News Service) MARSHALLTOWN, IA. - A Kill Israel Official's Wife in Paraguay ASUNCION, PARAGUAY (AP) — Two pistol-wielding terrorists opened fire inside the Israeli Embassy here Monday killing the wife of an'embassy official and seriously wounding the ambassador's secretary. Both gunmen were arrested as they fled from the downtown building housing the embassy. Strike Barred 'CHICAGO,. ILL. (AP) - A federal judge issued a preliminary injunction Monday against fnembefs of 'the Professional Aif" Traffic Controllers Organi- z'arron^(PATCO) preventing them from walking off their jobs. j ' Judge James .B, Parsons of U.S. District Court also ordered the Federal Aviation Agency not to take punitive actions against D«s MatoiJ Registerp«aA 1ft I S, rM *«- JV any PATCQ members who participated in the organization's t recent "sick-out." . .. .-•.... j Parsons ruled that the "sickout" was not a strike but did sufficient damage by slowing down ajrline services among the nation's key cities to warrant an injunction. Parsons set July 20 for hearing a" government motion for a permanent injunction against PATCO. Tnt Ev*/green Film presented by urov« frttt »Uri Lena Nymin. A Sandrtw* Production directed by Vlltet Slflmnn. ADMISSION RESTRICTED TO ADULTS. TONIGHT 7:30, 9:45 refurbished EASTOWN THEATRE - 1536 E. GRAND Just off East 14th Freeway Exit ALL NEW CONTINENTAL SEATING THEATER CLOCK (Tuesday's starting timts as provided by theater managers.) PLAZA: Cactus Flower—6, 8, 10. •PARAMOUNT: The Adventurers—6, 9. INGERSOLL: M'A'S'H—6, 8, 10. . GALAXY: What Do You_Say to a Naked Lady—12, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10. VARSITY: The Reivers—8:15. April Fools -6:30, 10:20. RMERA7 Paint YouFWagoTv^S:"" RIVER HILLS: Hello, Dolly!—8. CAPRI: The Graduate—7, 9. PIONEER DRIVE-IN: Easy Rider—8:30, 11:50. I Love You, Alee B. Toklas— 10:15. Dear Heloise: Here are x some suggestions for baby 'gifts that I have found absolutely tops: Diaper service for a short period of time; baby T-shirts, the all-around bumper pads; crust mix and an undiluted can of consomme. Helolie welcomes mail/ especially household hints which she can pass on to readers ai space permits. Write to Heloise In care of The Des Moines Register. She Is unable to answer all individual letters because of the volume ot mail she receives. Her column appears daily on the women's paqes of The Des Moines Register and in The Sunday Register's comic pages. JOSEPH WYATT . | Services for Joseph S. Wyatt, 65, of 1027 Twenty-seventh St., who died Sunday at his home of a heart attack, will be at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at the St-. Paul AME C h u r c h with burial at Glendale Cemetery. A 1 i f e-long Des Moines " resident, Mr. Wyatt worked for 18 years as a custodian at Iowa State University in Ames. He was a BRUCE RUSSELL (The Register's Iowa News Service) COUNCIL BLUFFS, IA. Bruce Russell, 74, widely known lowan who helped build the largest farm management firm in the world, died Sunday in a Council Bluffs hospital following a lingering illness. He was presi denT~oT~tlie Farmers National Co. of Omaha, Neb., from 1952 until his death. This firm'managed Marshalltown- High School sen- CAPITOL DRIVE-IN: The Last arena* _, . .. _ 6 , , „_ . 8:30, 12 midnight. A Long Ride From ior, Christine Padesky, 17, is one • of 10 American students who will attend an international science school in Sydney, Australia. Miss Padesky was selected by the National Science Foundation after examination of her 'scores on the National Merit Examination and personal interviews. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Padesky of Marshalltown, she plans to attend Yale University next fall and major in chemistry. this ytiar, Miss Pa in -the com- desky placed eleventh Westinghouse science petition in Washington, D.C. 'The 10 American students will join delegations from Great Britain and Japan for the sci- Hell—10:15. EASTGATE CINEMA I: The Arrangement —7, 9:15. WAKONDA: Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid—7:30, 9:30. EASTGATE CINEMA III: Love Camp No. 7—2, 4, 6, 9:30. Sneak previews— 12:30, 8. PLANTATION DRIVE-IN: The Only Game -In Town—«:30. The Blue Max—10:35. EASTGATE CINEMA II: The Last Grenade—7, 9. WEST-VUE DRIVE-IN: Cartoons—8:30. Midnight Cowboy—8.-50. Alice's Restaurant— 10:40. S.E. 14TH ST. DRIVE-IN: Cartoons— 8:30. Last Summer — 8:45. Hooked Generation—10:40. STARLITE DRIVE-IN: Cartoons—8:30. Camille. 2000—8:45. Where It's At —11. KRNT THEATER: Fidler on the Roof, -8:30. i i TUESDAY, MAY 5th One Performance at 8:30 p.m. WORLD'S MOST ACCLAIMED MUSICAL NOW APPEARING NITELY DAVE and SUSANNE.... • Nationally Famous Food S«rvid In • Paicinatlnf Complex of Nln* oinlna Arias-Optn Sunday • Full Strvlct Colfit Houit • Compltlt MMtln* A Peal FacllltlM HYATT HOUSE Pltur Drlv* • ou Molnti, low« joiil CINERAMA RIVER HILLS ,YenltM I P.M. fiddler oh ihefeof [ P SEATS STILL AVAILABLE irlni the whole ftmlly-^Chlld 11.00 •arbra Streisand Walter Matlhiu "HELLOrDOLLY!" Coler-f Channel Stereo sound RIVIERA STAROTE DRIVE-IN THEATRE Ends Tonite CART. i:u "CAMILLE 2000" AT NO ONE UNDER 17 10 * T « "WHERE IT'S AT' NO ONE UNDER 17 ADMITTED! For Your Wardrobe 4533 SIZES member of the National Associ-1 2,950 farms largely in Iowa and ! ence seminars in Sydney Aug. ation - for "the Advancement of | Nebraska as well as in other j 24 - Sept. 4. Colored People and St. Paul j Midwest states for absentee i j landowners. j his wife, Bar- Mr. Russell was AME Church. Surviving are bara; a dajughter, Mrs. Delores Reeves of Des Moines; three stepdaughters, Mrs. Delores Love and Mrs. Barbara H. Woods, both of San Jose, Calif., and Mrs. Cynthia Vaughn of Detroit, Mich.; a son, Joseph, jr., of New York City; a stepson, Dale Hart of San Francisco,. C^lif.; a sister, the Rey. Corintha Nichols of Detroit; four' brothers, Lester of Des Moines, Raymond of Detroit, Victor of Ferris, Calif.,- and Otis of Minneapolis, Minn., and 11 grandchildren. A wake will be at 7 p.m. j today at,the Estes and Son Funeral Home. EDGAR FRITZE (The Register's Iowa New* Service) CEDAR RAPIDS, IA. — Services for Edgar Fritze, 46, of Cedar Rapids, will be today at 1:30 p.m. at'St. Paul's United Methodist Church here. Mr. Fritze, vice-president of the avionics systems and applied sciences division at Collins Radio Co. here, was killed Saturday in a one-car accident on Highway-150, two miles north -of Hiawatha. Survivors include his wife, LigkUy does it — easily too. Pattern 4533: Half Sizes 12Vi 3 HVi, 161/i, 18Vj, Size 14Vi> (bust 371. Circle poncho — quick to j| make of felt, homespun | linen or cotton, fringe. "f' Pattern 7342: One size , fits teens' to misses' 10-16. * For dress pattern send 75 cents (coins) to The Des JHoines Register, P.O. Box 131, Old Chelsea Station, NEW YOJRK, N.Y. 10011. For needJecra/t pattern, send SO ceals (coins) to The Des Moines Register Needlecraft Department, P.O. Box 127, Old Chelsea Station, NEW YORK, N.Y. 10011. Print name, address, zip code, style number and size, if needed. Add 15 cents for each pattern for first class mailing. two daughters, parents. . a son and his a pioneer in the farm,management field. He was a native of Miles and a graduate of Iowa State University at Ames. He is survived by his wife, a son and a daughter. MRS. MINNIE KOONS . Services for Mrs. Minnie Kooris, 79, of 2542 Onawa ave., who died Monday Hospital after a , long illness, will be at 2 p.m. Wednes-1 day a t • the C h esterfieldl C h r i s;tian Church with burial at Laurel Hill Ceme-| tery. Mrs. Koons, a lifelong resident of Des Moines, is survived by her husband, Leo; one son, Lawrence of Des Moines; two grandchildren, and three great- grandchildren. CAR 'SMASHERS' ROME, ITALY (AP) - The Italian government has the Canadian Hell Drivers smash more than 1,000 cars at free shows around Italy in the hope of teaching caution to Italian drivers. £*' ^W£^'^:^^^^ f ^^- f -t^^^-:---}^^^-y', Peel 'en, Eat 'em, Enjoy 'em THE AU-YOU-CAN-EAT SHRIMP FEAST Every Monday and Tuesday 5 PM-10 PM Enjoy all the Gulf shrimp you can peel and eat, plus cocktail sauce and hush puppies for only... 2.95 par person ,• U5 children under 12 OYSTER BAB ANO SEAFOOD BE5TAUHANT •QUAKE IN PHILIPPINES MANILA, THE PHILIPPINES (AP) — An earthquake r.o c k e d southwestern Luzon Monday night. There was no report oi casualties or property damage. GREEN'S FABRIC SHOP LOOK For The Finest ____ in QUALITYFABRICS at GREEN'S WESTVUE nRIV£-IN IHt A I HI OP , EN Ends Tonite c *.ft- At l:50-BMt Movie of Ya'arl "MIDNIGHT 'COWBOY" At 10:5S ."ALICE'S RESTAURANT" * RafedNo One Under 171 Tonijhl At I P.M. Lit Marvin 'PAINT YOUR WAGON 1 Ttchnlcolor-Adulti J1.59, Child 11.15 CAPRI fcTASTNIGHTI "THE GRADUATE' VARSITY Ends Tonliht 2 TOP Hilt In Color Sttv* McQuttn "April "The Reivers" Fools" Jack Lemmon •ndi Ton It hi CINEMA I Kirlc Douglas — Fay* Dunaway "THE ARRANGEMENT" -IN COLOR- CINEMA II Ends Tonight CAPETOL 0#ttff Iff Vrf#rf H f (+*> "THE LAST GRENADE" Co-Hit- »t-Capitol-Onlyl= Stava RHVM "A Long Rldt Prom Hell" PIONEER FONDA Pettr Stlltrs End* Tonliht Starti at i:M lit D.l. Run "EASY RIDER" • "ABci B. Toklai" S.E.I4th DHlVt IN iHtAIKI PLANTATION In Coler lit O.I. Showing OncTil «;45 Elli. Taylor • Warren Beatly "THE ONLY GAME IN TOWN" Gio. Ptppard-UnuU Andriil "THE BLUE MAX" 61st and Douglas °«N Ends Tonite *$$• "LAST SUMMER" At ei«-"A Oreal Movie" Phont 276-2347 MERLE HAY PLAZA O-HIT AT 10:4$ NERATION C GE •THE HOOKED Rated "R" GOLDIE HAWN "CACTUS FLOWER" M*A*S*H" COLOR BY DELUXE You mmt be 17 and have proot ENDS THURSDAY 'THE ADVENTURERS' TECHNICOLOR You Must Be 17 add Have Proof Made with food taste and an alert Knit oi humor BUT.,. BE PREPARED with comlete WITHOUT A STITCH TONIGHT 7:30, *2S CURIOUS IJRP! NOW SHOWIN t "LOVE # URBAN LOUNGE MM tU«plN9 ROAD Winner el 4 Aad«roy Aw*r«»i J0£ ADAMS TRIO * «t Sabftrt Rtdf or d DAtiCUtf « COCKTAIU « i THE WANT AC* TOPAT 276-3444 What makes a bedroom 9 talk-away hidwway? a Helper Phone Snug privacy for those just-between-you-and-me chats on th* telephone 1 . Order your Bedroom Helperphone from our business office, or ask your telephone man, North western BeD

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