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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - February 4, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa This Is Last Week To Claim Exemptions This is Ihe final week Marion residents may take advantage of the availability of the asses- sor at the city hall. Property owners have until Saturday noon to sign up for military and homestead exemptions in the civil defense room in (lie base- ment of the city hall. Property owners not taking advantage of the assessor in the city hall will have until July 1 to file for exemptions in the Linn county assessor's office at the court house. Persons over 65 years of age and those disabled may obtain property tax relief forms from the assessor at the city hall or from the Iowa Department of Revenue office above the First National bank. Love is A Valentine on the classified "Love Is" page Feb. 14th. Dial 398-8234.-Adv. Eta Iota chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will meet Tuesday at p.m. in the home of Mrs. Lyle Fletcher, 1200 Twenty- seventh street NE, Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Ron Romine has the program. Council To Meet Marion's council will meet informally to- night at in the council chambers at the city hall to dis- cuss employe salaries and per- sonnel matters. Siding, roofing, insulation. Warner Bros. 377-5573.-Adv. VMCA Tuesday's activity schedule at the Marion branch YMCA is: Non-aquatic adull open gym 3 a.m., prc-schoo] gymnastics 1 p.m., oil painting class 1, open gym begin- ning gymnastics 4, gymnastics club 5, men's fitness G, power volleyball 7, karate class 7, men's open gym 9; pool Linn- Mar lessons 9 and It a.m., pre- school lessons 10 and 2 p.m., adull open swim women's water exercises 1, youth recrca- tionql youth lessons 4 swim synchronized swim class 7, adull lessons 8. Fire Call Marion firemen were called to Ihe Joseph Kula trailer house, street Monday men said a heat tape "shorted out, selling the base floor of the trailer on fire. Flames damaged the trailer bottom. Minor smoke damage to Ihe trailer was re- ported. Lions Marion Lions evening club will meet Tuesday at p.m. at the Indian house. Dale Miner a Lions club member, will speak on "Marion Histori- cal 700 Thirly-fiflh morning. Firc- Kiwanis Hiawatha Trails Kiwanis club breakfast meeting is set for Tuesday at at the Suburban. A business meeting is set. Board to Meet Marion water board of trustees meet Wednesday at p.m. in the council chambers at the city hall. Men Arrested in Rail Yard Appear in Court TOLEDO Two men appre hended in Tama Dec. 12 by a special agent of the Chicago and Northwestern Transportation Co. appeared before Judge John L. Hyland in Tama county dis trict court this week and plec innocent to charges filed agains them in county attorney's infor mations. Michael G. Mennenga, 25 Tama, appeared with his attor ney, Charles F. Fairall of Mar shalltown, and pled innocent ti conspiracy to commit a felony larceny; with ;Kenneth E. 'Sires Tama. He is accused of intend ing to remove tires and wheels from the new autos loaded on railroad cars in the Tama switching yard. Bath Towels He also pled innocent to lar ceny in the nighttime of proper ty valued in excess "of from Culver Will Avoid Rehash Of Watergate MUSCATINE Iowa Con gressman John Culver said here Sunday that he will not base his campaign for the United States senate "on a re-hash of the Wa tergate matter." Culver, who is seeking the Democratic nomination for sen ator, said "it is self-evident to thoughtful Americans that the Watergate matter and the ques- tion of possible impeachment o the President must be resolved if we are to maintain the su- premacy of law in this country and restore public confidence in our government. "The constitutional machinery for the resolution of these mat- ters has been set up in the courts and the congress and is Culver said. "The key phrases are 'due process' and 'constitutional pro- cedure' and they are working. "In the meantime, there is massive array of important issues ranging from energy and environmental protection to public health and tax reform that need to be dealt Culver said. "Without in any sense of the word minimizing the impor- tance of Watergate and the con- situtional crisis of the presi- dcncy, it is to these other com- pelling issues that I will be devoting most of my altention during the senate Culver said. Archbishop's Visit VATICAN CITY (AP) Archbishop Agoslino Casaroli, the Vatican's foreign minister, left Mondny for n three-day of- ficial visit to Poland. __ Pollllcnl Advcrllsomcnl Mow To Hold FALSE TEETH Securely Bo falno tfioth omliArrAM you by cominc loona wlun you tint, liuieli, or Inlk? A ilnnturo adlicMvo cnn help. ilvcii ilnnliinn n lonit-
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