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Cedar Rapids Gazette Newspaper Archive: February 7, 1974 - Page 8

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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - February 7, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Thurs., Feb. 7. 1974 They'll Do It Even' Time A NEW-MODEL CAR IN THE TV AD IS SHOWN BESIDE THE SEA. OR CMAWOONTAIM TOPAU-BY BUT BOYOME AMP PRIVE IT- HOW MUCH OPEN SPACE IS THERE? JOHN KENNEDY 1281 N. E. PQWBkNO BEACH, FU. Seventh street easterly for 75 Resolutions rescinding resolu- The Cedar Kapids city council met in regular session Wednes- day with Mayor Don Canney and commissioners James Steinbeck, Stan Reinis and Hal Schaefer present. The invoca- tion was given by the Rev. Stephen R. Root, jr., St. James Methodist church. The following business was conducted: all resolutions were passed unanimously and all pc- fitions and reports taken under advisement, noted. unless otherwise Accounts, Finance Resolution authorizing t h e sanitation department to pur- chase four Heil Mark Four Co- lectomatic units from New Method Equipment Co. Resolution authorizing a cigaret permit refund to the Lakeside Inn, 855 Shaver road NE. Resolution authorizing t h e mayor to execute an agreement with Linn county regarding demolition of dilapidated build- ings on certain properties. Resolution authorizing t h e mayor and city clerk to execute an agreement to demolish dilap- idated buildings at 1728 Thirty- fourth street SE. Public Improvements Resolution approving a quit claim deed to LeFebure Corp. for a portion of Thirtieth street NE and the alley located east of the corporation property. Resolution accepting correct- ed easement for sanitary sewer, Wffiiam Dohnalek estate, and authorizing payment of from the aewer construction fund to David Dohnalek: Resolution authorizing the mayor to sign a request for reimbursement of engineering fees relative to the design of the new water pollution control fa- cilities from the federal govern- ment. Parks Resolution approving contract with O.F. Paulson Construction Co. for the Cherry Hill park swimming pool. Resolution rescinding earlier resolution regarding transfer of property between the stale high- way commission and the city. Public Safety First reading for ordinances amending the electrical code, plumbing code, electrical licens- ing ordinance and heating- cooling contractor's licensing ordinance. Resolution authorizing beer permit refund to Cedar Cafe, 3320 Sixteenth avenue SW. Resolution authorizing taxican license refund to Byron Urc, issued for Century Cab Co. Resolutions approving three class C beer and liquor permits, two class B beer permits, two class B beer on Sunday permits and one class C beer and liquor on Sunday permit. Resolutions rescinding earlier resolutions which established combination traffic signal- luminaire poles at Ml. Vernon road and Twentieth street SE, and at Twelfth avenue and Sev- enth street SE, and approving combination traffic signal poles and lighting structures at various intersections. Resolution rescinding resolu- tion which established installa- tion of traffic signals at A ave- nue and First street NE. Resolution rescinding rcsolu- Thirtieth street. Resolution establishing n o parking anytime on the west side of Second street SW for a distance 'of 80 feet south of Sev- enth avenue. Resolution establishing n o parking anytime on the north side of Fourth avenue SE from tion which established two hour parking from 8 a.m.until 5 p.m. from the east property line of 810 Third avenue SE to the east property line of 1032 Third ave- nue SE. Resolution installing stop signs at C avenue and Thirty- first street NE, stopping Thirty- first street, and at C avenue and stopping Chief Training Officer James Usher and Training Lt. Richard Cor- rigan to attend the annual fire instructors confer- ence; granting the request of Corrigan to .be reduced in rank to firefighter, effective Feb. 6; and authorizing Usher and Fire Lt. Lannie Hatton to attend the conference. Resolution setting out certain traffic restrictions to implement the plan for the A avenue con- struction street closure. Resolution granting permis- sion to the Jaycees to hold a parade for the New Emerald Knights Drum and Bugle corps Saturday, Feb. 9, between 7 p.m. and p.m. Public Hearings Public hearing set Feb. 27 to consider the vacation of a four- foot easement along the south- east side of lot 101, Sharwood sixth addition. Public hearing set Feb. 27 on vacation of a four-inch strip of Third street SE requested by the Day Co. Zoning Petition from Donald H. Ko- pecky and Mary Jane Kopecky requesting rezoning of property at 716 Eighth avenue SW from R-3 to R-T. Petition from Brozaz, Inc., re- questing rezoning of properly at 1935 Ml. Vernon road SE from R-2 to R-3 and R-3G. Petition from Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. requesting I rezoning of property For Better Health Anxiety Is Most Common Of All Neurotic Reactions By Dr. S. Anddman Anxiety, ;i persistent feeling dread, apprehension and inv ui "i tne north sfde of Blairs Kerry road the most NE, west of Council street NE. (common of all neurotic reae- from R-l to M-t. jtions. It's the result of uncon- Petition from Viva liowray.jsci o us I.v repressed feelings, which UK trying to come lo (he Velma 1. Jedlicka. Billy L. Halej and Julia Hale requesting rezon- ing4 of properly located at 3102 F avenue NW from K-l to li-3G. Of course, they also worry a great deal. An anxiety-ridden your doctor. If necessary he'll be able to recommend a good psychotherapist to you. Dr. Andelnuiu welcomes li't- ters outlining problems which he may discuss in future col Petition from Jones requesting Richard rezoning property located at 3715 Johnson avenue NW from R-l to R-3G. Petition from Donald R. and llene M. Campbell and Mabel Ackerson requesting rezoning for properly located at 1322 First street NW from R-l to B-l. Petition from Loomis Brothers, Inc.. requesting rezon- ing for property located at 202 Twelfth street NW from R-3 to R-T. Petition from Gilbert Boxa, jr., and Mary Boxa requesting rezoning for property located at 3000 Pioneer avenue SE from R- 1 to R-3G. Petition from A. Larry and David C. Naso requesting rczon- ng for property located at 3847 ?irst avenue SE from R-2 to B-2. Petitions, Reports Petition from Iowa region iports Car Club of America, asking use of Kingston stadium marking lot Feb. 10 for an ice jymkhama. Petition from Merchants Na- tional bank requesting the clos- ing of Reservoir road in Bever park on Aug. 18 for "big- ?ybank" bike races. Petition from Interstate Pro- Ltd., to install water nain in its addition. Letter of appreciation from the Marion fire department for equipment response by the Cedar Rapids fire department at the Marion Bowl fire. 20 YEARS AGO The house un-American activities commit- ,ee gave a clean bill of health to the overwhelming majority of American clergymen and teach- while deploring that "a r" were communists. surface of the conscious mind. When a normal person be conies afraid and anxious, he knows what is causing the problem and faces it realistical ly. But the neurotic person isn'i aware of the buried source ol Dr. S. L Andelman his anxiety. In psychiatry the term anxiety is applied only to neurotic feelings of painful ten- sion and apprehension. Since a neurotic person doesn't really know the reason [or his anxiety, he tries to tint some cause for it. He may com- plain about many things thai could be causing his unpleasanl feeling. He is likely to criticize, be bored and be irritated by people and situations. Depression Anxiety can become m and more deeply disturbing When this happens, the anxious person may show such symp toms as depression, sleep- lessness and restlessness and may be unable to make even imple decisions. Psychosomatic problems may appear out- bursts of weeping, a sense ol i n a d e q u a c y and inferiority feelings of being persecuted. He may be chronically tired and have trouble concentrating; he may say he's afraid of losing his mind. People with chronic anxiety [hey can't control are usually :ense and timid, overly sensi- tive to the opinions of other: and afraid of making mistakes. For Rec Room, Bath and Bedrooms Sale Ends Sat. P.M. Your Choice Each a. Handsome, simulated cut glass design on bent glass with brass finished purls. Regular b. Decorative copper-color shade, comes wilh attractive 13-iu, bent glass diffuscr. Regular c- Cirelinc light, perfect for the bath, is great for cool, glare resistant lighting. d. For general illuniiiialioii, copper color shade comes vvith bent glass diffuscr. Satiifoetion Guaranteed or Your Money Bach SHOT' AT SHAHS AND KAVF, SKAIIS, noiinuCK AND co. STORE HOIJItS SUNDAY Noon to 5 p.m. IYION. through FRI. a.m.-9 p.m. SATURDAY SiM p.m. I'HONE.Wi-H-lOfl FREE PARKING I.INDALE PLAZA CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA will often complain of feeling he has a band around his head or a quivering stomach or that his mind is in a constant daze. He's afraid to be alone but doesn't really want sociable conversation. He's always seek- ing a physical explanation for the symptoms caused by his mental state. 1'aiiie Occasionally a neurotic pa- tient may be subject to very acute anxiety attacks lasting from a few moments to an hour. During these attacks he'll experience a feeling of panic, with rapid heartbeat, stomach distress, nausea, diarrhea, dif- ficulty in breathing and a sense of choking or suffocation. He'll need assurance he's not having a heart attack. A patient is often able to control his anxiety by his own defenses but this can cause serious personality disotvlers. fndeed, it's one of the most im- portant factors in abnormal personalities, psychoneu r o s i s, psychoses and psychosomatic disease. Generally, psychotherapy advised as one treatment anxiety. It helps the discover, and cause of his anxiety. If you're suffering-from anx- iety, discuss the problem with umns. lie regrets, however, thali cannot personally answer j him in care The Gazelle. Feed the Birds GAZETTE TELEPHONE NUMBERS lu Km. nation ad Off (nil Won Horn OupIoyMmlilinS B o m. lo S p.m. Uoiion Offite CERAMIC WALLS 101-Colors Choice sq. ft. up 72 FLOORS 67 Colors Patterns 98 sq.. ft. up Do if Yourself or we install Plastic Wall Tile ea. 5 Colors In Stock SLATE for entries 60 sq. in Stock ft. 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