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Date: 15 Jun 2005 20:55:24
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Subject: Breman Bowl Burns
I didn't know Breman Indiana had lanes, but it's too bad they burnt. I
guees the summer league kids will have to go to South Bend or Quick's
lanes?

http://www.thepilotnews.com/articles/2005/06/14/news/news01.txt

http://www.southbendtribune.com/stories/2005/06/15/local.20050615-sbt-MARS-B1-BREMEN.sto

Fire cause ruled as incendiary

Officials are still investigating a fire that damaged Bremen Bowl
Monday morning, but have concluded the fire was incendiary in nature,
according to a press release from the Bremen Police Department.

Police released no further information Tuesday.

The Bremen Fire Department was sent around 12:50 a.m. Monday to Bremen
Bowl, located at 119 N. Liberty St., after officers of the Bremen
Police Department discovered the business was on fire.

The fire was investigated by Bremen Police Department, Bremen Fire
Department and the Indiana State Fire Marshal's Office with the
assistance of the Elkhart City Fire Department's K-9 team.





 
Date: 15 Jun 2005 23:46:51
From: twobirds
Subject: Re: Breman Bowl Burns
e79z@hotmail.com wrote:
> I didn't know Breman Indiana had lanes, but it's too bad they burnt. I
> guees the summer league kids will have to go to South Bend or Quick's
> lanes?

My State tourney was moved due to the lanes at Kalispell burning to the
ground a few months ago. I read somewhere that they ruled it arson and the
insurance company wasn't paying.





  
Date: 21 Jun 2005 11:56:22
From: Eldred Pickett
Subject: Re: Breman Bowl Burns
On Wed, 15 Jun 2005 23:46:51 -0600, "twobirds" <notareal@eaddy.com >
wrote:

>e79z@hotmail.com wrote:
>> I didn't know Breman Indiana had lanes, but it's too bad they burnt. I
>> guees the summer league kids will have to go to South Bend or Quick's
>> lanes?
>
>My State tourney was moved due to the lanes at Kalispell burning to the
>ground a few months ago. I read somewhere that they ruled it arson and the
>insurance company wasn't paying.
>
>

Damn, I didn't think that bowling centers were burned for money
anymore. In the Detroit area, there were a TON of suspicious fires
from the late 70's to mid 80's. We lost a lot of centers during that
period... :-(

Eldred