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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - February 19, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa NMIQNA1 30.66 MJWttt lIMrUATJRII 31 UPI Wl AtHU f OfOCAJt Tuesday n-ght will find rain or showers over parts of ihe north Atlantic states while some snow falls in sections of the central Rockies. Fair to partly cloudy skies elsewhere. after 10 a.m. Hoover-Valentine. Wednesday The Weather High temperatures Monday. tern- overnight and inches of precipl- Anclnrigi 11.1.04 L. Angeles Alanta Miami .7470 Bismarck .39 13. Minneapolis 3? IB. Chlcaso ....5011.13 N.Orleans -Denver ....3720... New York ..3833.. Dulult, .....3511... Phoenix Honolulu ...5467... Seattle ..4941.9S Houston Washington 4B35. Extended Forecast Cloudy with a chance of rain or snow Thursday. Partly cloudy and warmer Friday and Saturday. Lows in the 20s. Highs from the 30s Thursday to 40s by Satur- day. C. R. Weathe High Monday.................43 Low overnight ...............30 Noon Tuesday................39 2p.m...................... 39 Precipitation ..............None Total for Feb....... Normal for Feb. ......Trace ..1.03 Normal through Feb........2.54 Total for 1974...............1.63 Barometer, steady ........29.59 Humidity at noon Wind direction and velocity at Gazette weather station at 2 p.m. NNW at 12 m.p.h. Sun'rises Wednesday, sun sets, Year Ago High, 40 low, 34; rainfall, none. Traveler's Forecast Wednesday Weather, Hi-Lo Bismarck........ Cloudy '32-9 Chicago ..........Fair 45-30 Cincinnati ........Fair 49-35 Cleveland ......PtCldy burger, Delhi; Jon Klein, 31 Zelda drive NW; each fined and costs. John Smith, In dependence, two charges Douglas Walton, Mt. Vernon Robert Zamastil, 1360 Hillsid drive NW; Dennis Larnprecht Hi a w a t h a Arthur Klingei route three, Cedar Kapids; John Sarezin, Hiawatha; Ronalc Hicolc, Hiawatha; Peggy Cruse route one, Marion; Daniel Bra mow, C30 Nineteenth avenu. SW; Kathryn Jennings, 2i Twenty-seventh street NW Paul Mulholland, 618 ElevenU avenue SE; Tony Sedore, Hia watha; Richard Hancox, 184. Valley View drive, Marion each fined and costs Wayne Forristall, 1815 Jans drive SW; fined and costs Craig drive, Beam, Marion; 1605 Hillview Thomas Park 6540 Boxwood lane NE; Denni: Tebbe, 2401 Fruitland boule. vard SW; James Warren Wes Post road SW; John Wright 1019 Ninth street SE; William Mantor, 420. Sixth avenue SW Mary street Lawrence, 911 Fiftl SE; Gregory Higgins 3015 Tamara drive SW; Nancj Dates, 715 Forty-third stree Jerry VanDeusen, 1021 Twelfth street NE; Bruce Stol ba, Hiawatha; and costs. each fined Des Moines Detroit Indianapolis Kansas City Milwaukee....... .Fair 38-25 Mpls.-St. Paul ..Cloudy 34-17 Okla. City...... PtCldy 58-31 Omaha ........Cloudy 44-2F Sioux Falls Degree Days Total lo date Through Feb. 18, 1973 Percent of normal year .75.74 Total normal year Coralville Lake Pool level Tuesday.....671.23 18 Mr..and Mrs. John Fox, 740 Keyes court, Marion, a son. Feb. 19 Mr. and Mrs. Don- ald Juhl, 1040 Eighth avenue west, Marion, a son. Birfhs St. Luice's Feb. 18 To the families of Ronald E. Barmare, 1443 Hol- lywood boulevard NE, a daugh- ter; Ronald M. Kofron, 1614 Southview drive NW, a son: William Hampton, Robins, a daughter; James M. Mattis, 3724 Sprucewood drive NE, a daughter; Daniel P. Ockcnfcls, 1648 Twenty-fourth street NW, n daughter; Dennis J. Hudson, Route 2, Marion, a daughter. At Summcrvillc, S.C. To Capt. and Mrs. Gns Ankncy, a daughter Feb. 1G. Ankney is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Zlla, 3121 Tama street SE. Marriage Licenses Linda Canfield and George Mally, jr., Delores Porter and Milton Porter, all of Cedar Rapids. Sue Jones, Marion, and Roger Campbell, Cedar Rapids. Sherry Mattison, Lisbon, and Fred Slaymaker, Cedar Rapids. Patricia Loring, Cedar Rapids, and Larry Nilmcier, Fresno. Calif, Tcna Armstrong, West Liberty, and Jeffrey Fields, Cedar Rapids. Justine Niclson, Marion, and Jnmrs Mcyerhoff. Cedar Rapids. Fires p.m. Monday. Short in con! at 1213 K street SW. p.m. Monday. Unknown to rictirls nl Fifth avenue and Sixth street SE. a.m. Tuesday. Car fire across from I50t O avenue NW. Mnqis'rsfe's Court Speeding Dennis Frci- Improper passing Robei. Mingo, Center Point; lined and costs. Improper turn Dian oenaed Watergate tapes. After the meeting, which last- ed more than one hour Sirica ssuecl a statement saying, "All larlicipanls in the meeting have igrccd thai continued public eminent on Ihe grand jury's vork by those who have any as- ociation with (lie investigation s inappropriate." The judge also said parlici- lanls in the meeting "have igrced to take several prccnu- ionary measures to prevent the lisclosure of mailers which tight, for the time being at east, remain confidential." For 6 years flowers (or all John E. Lapes 3083rdAvo. SE 365-0511 Convenient downtown location 0 toll someone you caro with flowers Florist and Gift Shop 364-8139 Council Of OaA The city council decided Tuesday lo delay selecting a dcvcl oper for proposed federal-subsidy housing in the Oak Hit area. .Six developers submitted bids to build housing for low-income elderly and handicapped per sons on a two-block parcel of Neighborhood Development Program (NDP) land bounded by Twelfth and Fourteenth avenues and Eleventh and Fifteenth streets SE. The difference between the cost of rent and the amount the tenants are able to pay will be paid by the Federal Housing Administration Planning Director Don Salyer presented recommendations on ihe choice of a developer made by the Oak Hill liaison commit-lee and the urban renewal joard. DCS Moines Firm Both groups favored a plan submitted by Oak Hill Manor Ltd., Des Moines, which calls for 96 apartments located in one single-story building and four two-story buildings. Second choice of the liaison committee was J.R. Stewar Construction Co. of Blue Springs, Mo., which calls for 82 apartments in eight Selection iill Developer structures and a combination one-, two-and three-story building, The urban renewal board, however, picked Unicare Services, Inc., of Milwaukee as a second choice. Joint Selection All six devcloncrs were required lo bid for the land, a price set by the FHA. The selection will be made by Ihe city council and the FHA on Ihe basis of experience, financing, managment plan, design and objectives. Salyer suggested the council wait a week before making a selection, so FHA could be alerted lo the recommendations and make sure there are no problems with the bids. Mayor Don Canney suggested Ihe council wait even longer, to iiave time to get additional information if necessary and give ing, mnagement plan, Dd Establish By Frank Nye DES MOINES What route should the Iowa legislature take to develop a new stale depart menl of transportation? That': what the Iowa senate was trying lo decide Tuesday. Should it merge all of the ex isling state agencies and depart ments related to transportatior into a new seven-member de partment charged with develop ing a plan to handle the state's traasportation problems? Or, should it set up a new nine-member commission to de velop a plan and then a struc lure for a new department o transportation (DOT) before merging existing agencies anc departments? First Option Before Ihe senate was a bil (SF 1141) requested by Gov Robert Ray that contained the first option. Blame. Damage A large earthen dam on the Emery Throckmorton farm southeast of Alburnett has caused damage to drainage district tile and a county road and will do more damage if not removed. That was part of a report made to Linn supervisors Tuesday by Ray Rystrom, an engineer who studied drainage district No. 1 for the board. Supervisors moved to have their attorney meet with Throckmorton; Leland Burns, who is purchasing the land from Throckmorton; Rystrom, and Asst. County Engineer Jerry Nelson about the situation. Legal Action ..There w'as talk about possible legal action, but the board attorney said that if the seller and buyer agree to remove the dam it will not be necessary to go to court. Gene.. Dunn, a. real estate broker involved in the sale, said Burns would not, be opposed to removing the dam. said the dam has backed up water over a county road and .'.caused surface water to be forced through Darn for to Tile, Road pipes that were not intended tc carry such a heavy load. Caused Blowout ..The load, he said, has cause FLOWER SHOP 5008 Center Pt. Rd. N.E. 393-5565 a strong word that denotes safely, assurance and mlnd. 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