Cedar Rapids Gazette, February 7, 1974, Page 3

Cedar Rapids Gazette

February 07, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - February 7, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 2 The Cedar Itapids Gazette: Thurs.. Feb. 7. 1974 i Solons Comment on Hot Lunch Program Provision! Cooling System Delay Asked for City Briefs Honored Ronald Itoup. 191 1 High Twelve-- Robert' Brown. (Continued from Page 1.) sehuol busing of non-publie school students and suggested Ihal is something we should :cnngtou. .lion for Iowa- lElectric Co.. Thursday an-sioii. I nounccd that the utility and the ms- Fiiimn Co will' l.enora drive has been Police Gas Share Cut; "No Service Curtailment By Uill Lavelr lie pnlliti will lie conducted In "complete openness. I'll (ell you every debate, every tele- vision spot, every piece of campaign literature I plan Iu i use. No one else has ever When the energy situation In-, vice-president llc Norland coM ge Y 7 i meas, (ma-Illinois Gas arul'dean's list for the 1973 fall ses- HapldS' Wl" pl'CSellt hlsjParlmenl Has been informed it Co.. Tlmrsday an-lsion. Nonhland is in program fcriday rcccive a KUDO light las! fail, iliu depart-! mcnl was placed on an 82 per-' montli- "this is an election year'' the legislature had spoken on the; consider." i inounccd that the utility and the mt tiuo lallocalion for February and u'. suoject m The election year mattericommomvealth Kdison" Co will i ,7- Ificcrs have been told Iu mm ojf I "I don't want to go throughicame up again during the roll: Kor Videniine's day. Love isi 'MlssinS Roxan'le patrol car engines when nntpSTdbSiey JOIMb this hassle when Rep. Glenn Pcrmisslon defer opera-..m frflm (he on Moletlc. who is moving from (or CSsential police" he said. (Most of the of tne 530 million spray ule Alley, 11639 E avenue NE, reported Third non-public schools are have 10 get elected, too" as: canal cooling system at Quad-Ci based.I he cast a "yes" vote. -lies nuclear power station near Kreamer recalled that the; others voting "yes" in addi-iCordova- HI- 1973 legislature had put up to Riley and Brocket! Hetherington said lhe compa- million to fund auxiliary Keith Duntoii (D-Thorn-nies will submit formal requests'' vices for non-public schools in; burs i. Adrian Brinck (D-Wesun the near future to the Iowa 1973-75 and the constilutionalityjPointl, Donald Lippold iR-Wa- conservation commission the! i of this act now is being tested Delwyn Stroemcr water pollution control, court- JGarnerV Norpel: Sens. Ralph commission, and the Iowa Natu-' The issue is before a iR-Marioni. Karl Xolin ral Resources Council for this1 judge federal court panel in and William Ply-authorization i !was missing from a purse which! _. 1 she left at the house. i fhe f "011T Hairdresser Immediately.. [notice from Texaco, commission. ,i- is ii Val ified "Love Is" pa Dial 398-823t.-Adv i Fish and shrimp served every JFriday, 6 to 9 p.m., Stickney's 'Scoreboard. Marion. Adv. Car Theft A car radio and speaker and a face plate valued Southern Iowa district with (R-Des cimii-.r -n decision expected ,his; Carpenter said actual cost orEdlson lo the lllinuis pollution Kreamer said it would he state's share of the public board. Inc Federal En-, more meaningful for the sub- iantj "on lunch nrn-ivironmcntal Protection RWgcway drive .at ware reported taken dur Crealive ideas for lhe iilst days (rom a bo Uay s'fls' Rose's Candlc Nichc-icar at Zimmerman Ford, -1001 ut. 1IUUIL i First avenue SE. Appointed Curran Order Valentine Terrarium a cushion was needed to makei requests Energy C'ommission'aPPointcd to tne of 11826.-A and other interested parties. trustees Wednesday to serve: SE, was {early! Pierson's Florists. 366-patrol activities, he said. cmplia. committee to work to make sure the million will go for non-public school auxiliary services than to stir legislative, fight by putting up back for more due to unpredic----------........................i. money for hot lunches in non- j table circumstances. The sub-j0Pei'alion- the diffuser 'rom lne Domu public schools. j committee then raised the fig-jsysiem to protect the aquatic! up a sure he wouldn't have to comeisize-" Hetherington said, Mohammed H. Igrarn, 360 Jng up jback for more due to achieved to date in SEJ Rep Richard Norpel (K.! we to million. :environment of the Mississippi; Willa Phillips is back at La Bellevuc) pointed out that only I Carpenter estimated this downstream; Fortune Coiffures'. For appoinl- was involved in have to increase an-jfrom thc statlon from ail-v sig-iment dial 365-9955.-Adv. lunch money and that Daven-jother million dollars by 1977 adverse effect caused j port alone is in thc lhe state's share of the hot the stations condenser student Cited _____ ...._ budget for over for a'luncn funding formula goes up watcr- wh'ch is only one .O'Connor, whose parents live at In IH nprppnl frnm HIP nrncont R degree above river teniDeratureLlflQ TrnnHall rtrivo MR hoc hppn i. She replaces Cash Taken _ Mary 1306 K avenue NE, reported cash was taken from her purse i Wednesday while she was at- tending a welding class at Kirk- wonel Community college. merit's supplier, that it .lecarl-i would "I welcome your inquiry Into any phase of my campaign, in- icluding ray finance books. i "If you accept this challenge and equal it by your commit- ment, we can show the citizens of the Third district that polili- Race.cians are honest men." DES MONIES (A1-) Hep. receive 77 percent of its Fcbm-Warles (Jrasslcy tit-New Hart- ary. 1972, allocation. Assistant Chief Garelh Clift said the department used gallons of gasoline during Fcb- ruary of 1972. Rapp said he would accept the challenge, and make his own a 16-year' veteran of thc campaign as open as Grasslcy Iowa house, said Thursday promised his would be. he will campaign for the Repub- lican nomination lo congress Jack Williams, Wavcrly, pnd Charlenc Conklin, Waterloo, al- ready have announced for thc Gallons This year the February cation will be about G.150 gal- lons, he said. The cutback will not reduce -1 from Iowa's Third district. j nomination. Grassley, 40, chairman of llu- othcr Democrats be- honse appropriations commit- sides Rapp have announced for Wanted: Bartender, Magnus J iHotel.-Adv. Connie Wood] sewage works project. Norpel added that there are many Catholic schools in his! to 10 percent from the present 6jtlcgrec above rivei' Crandall drive NE, has been percent. 1600 feet downstream. I named to the fall semester Most of the hot lunch money spray canal is nearlyjdean's list at the University of comes from federal funding complete." Hetherington ac-] New Mexico, AlbuqKerque. with local districts contributing knowledged. "and could be test-- area I m not a good legislator. i a u eti ;lnd placed in ,jon Riley sard rt was unfair to linkj carpenler estimated that 69Jthe May deadline.' million public school lunches his proposal to the 1974 election L I. vuuiu, OLIIUUI lUHUllCJ year that he had advocated and 6 non.public hot lunch programs for non- public schools before he knew he would be a candidate this year for Second district con: gressman. Hetherington said that any time while the diffuser'dis-l charge system continues j Ye Okie Shoppe Antiques now jopen Thursday nights 'til 9. 'a'Udv. Toastmasters Bob Driscoll, Jim Klinger and Mike O'Deen will be speakers at Friday's noon Five Seasons Toastmaster meeting at Camel room of i the Embassy club. 1974 Proof sets, Jer- ome's. Adv.. Riley said his proposaljof Slate Dulles decided lo ask "would pass any constitutional lest" and that it is "discrimina- tory" for the state to help fund hot lunches for public school students but not for non-public school sludenls. .He cited the Evanson case, in which he said the U.S. supreme court had approved lunches would be served in 1974- cnarge system continues in 75 if the appropriation if any adverse effects ion the river were detected, the j station could quickly begin 20 YEARS AGO the spray canal sys- tem for cooling the condenser discharge and stop use of the Soviet Foreign Minister Molotov to use his influence with the Chinese communists in an effort to break the deadlock on a Korean peace conference. diffuser. "We will seek a one-year delay in operation of the spray he said. Johnny's P a r k w a y. Cor- ner Ellis and F Ave. NW. Fri- day Special: Swiss Steak Din- ner. Served up 'til p.m. Menu dining from 10 a.m. 'til 1 a.m. Carry-out orders welcome. -Adv. Barbecue Ribs Friday and Saturday, 5 p.m., Blue Moon, 3108 1st Ave. Guerillas Slay Israeli Soldier TEL AVIV guerillas slipped across the barbed wire border from Le-: banon and killed an Israeli sol- died in a skirmish, the Tel Aviv command said Thursday. 'There certainly isn't going to any curtailment as lar as the general public is concerned." "Essentially what we are doing is telling the officers to shut the thing off when it's no! needed." Officers were informed in a memorandum that they should no longer leave lhe engine run- ning while at the scene of an ac- cident, fire, investigation or any other assignment unless power is needed to activate (lie car's lights. "Don't Idle" Clift said the directive amounts to a policy of not idling the engine when standing still. No service calls will be affect- ed, Clift added. Police will still maintain their normal activi- ties. The cutback is the second to affect the department, Clift :aid. tee, will campaign for lhe seat being vacated by Rep. II. H. Gross who will retire. Grassley said a number of his constituents had urged him to seek (he congressional seat bc-i 20 YEARS AGO The dc- cause "people feel that with mejfense department revealed that their parly's nod. They are James Skaine, Cedar Falls; Ron Masters, Mason City; and Ni- cholas Johnson. in congress they will have some- body they can trust their money llc promised a "completely open" campaign and said that if he is elected he will not he a "suitcase congressman." ''I shall not live out of a suit- case in Grassley said. "My wife and children will re- main on our New Hartford farm so I can be with them and my constituents on weekends." Grassley made his announce- ment at the slatehouse before a small group of well-wishers and .egislators. In the audience was Rep. Stephen Rapp (D-Wa- American B-26 bombers were being sent to Indo-China to help French-native forces fight the communists. 5 h you love ow ...3 a .-candidate for the Democratic nomination for thc same congressional seat. Grassley told Rapp his cam- PIERSON'S GHEENNOUU INC.. 1 BOO ELLIS BLVD. N.W. FLOWERPHONE 366-1826 YOUR FTD FLORIST Short Power Outage Hits Cedar Hills Homes in the Cedar Hills area were without power for 27 minutes Wednesday after- noon while an electrical sub- station was shut down. Pat McPartland, of Iowa Electric Light and Power Co., said the outage affecting about 200 homes in the north- west area of the city was caused when a fuse fell out of its holder at the Stony Point substation, on highway 94. The malfunction, which oc- curred at p.m., resulted in reduced electrical, power to the area. The substation was shut down at p.m. while work- men checked for the malfunc- tion. Full power was restored at p.m., McPartland said. The fire department was called to two northwest side residences because low volt- age overheated electrical ap- pliances. Cedar Rapids fire chief Edsel McMickle was at fire station No. 4 when the mal- function occurred. When the fire station's lights dimmed, McMickle called radio sta- tions and asked residents to turn off appliances to guard against fire. The reduced outage could also cause damage to appli- anccs due to overheating, Me- I Mickle said. i Starting February 8th, all National at on Fridays. INSURANCE SHOPPING? For a wide selection of iniurance services, see your local Independent Insurance Agent, Henry Witwer. He writes for a number of companies and that gives you a choice. For auto, homeowners, commerieial, form and other kinds of insurance, let an Independent Agent do your shopping for you. WITWER INSURANCE 701 MNB Phone 362-3030 Merchants National is cooperating with other area banks in this measure designed to conserve energy. We hope this does not inconvenience you greatly, and we remind you that we will be open as usual Saturday morning from 8 to noon at our downtown Motor Bank and Kingston office, and from 9 to noon at our Vernon Village office. NEW BANKING HOURS OFFICES: MAIN Phone 398-4211 Second Avenue a Third Street S.E. Open p.m. Monday-Thursday p.m. Friday Phone 398-4263 Second Avenue Third Street S.E. Open p.m. Monday-Thursday p.m. Friday a.m.-Noon Saturday VERNON VILLAGE OFFICE Phone 398-4351 Mt.JVernon Road 34th Street S.E. Open p.m. Monday-Thursday p.m. Friday a.m.-Noon Saturday KINGSTON OFFICE Phone 398-4398 Williams Boulevard a 16th Avenue S.W. Open p.m. Monday-Thursday p.m. Friday a.m.-Noon Saturday AMANA IOWA Phone 398-4744 622-3445 Open p.m. Monday-Thursday Friday Merchants National Bank A 'BANKS OF IOWA' BANK Radie OUR FAMOUS 2000 STORE... TSALE SAVE UP TO 50% ON 21 USEFUL BARGAINS FOR HOME AND SHOP HANDY PILLOW SPEAKER HURRY! 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