Cedar Rapids Gazette, April 25, 1974, Page 8

Cedar Rapids Gazette

April 25, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - April 25, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 3A The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Thurs., April 25, 1974 Sixth Street Widening Proceeds .    - . m9    -    ,    cl    I On May 4, at IO a.m., a pine Masonic Education Conference Slated    ^ wjU be planted at the u. avenue SE, May 2 through 4. krary in memory of Harry L Representatives from 12 states Haywood, will attend. The Midwest conference on Masonic education will be held at the Masonic library, 813 First a Masonic I from Cedar Rapids. writer rn pj^otes t SHB from The Cedar Rapids city council met in regular session Wednesday with the mayor and air commissioners present. The following business was conducted; all resolutions were passed unanimously and all petitions and reports taken under advisement, unless otherwise noted. Accounts, Finance Resolution authorizing the filing of a Neighborhood Development Program annual increment. Resolution approving program for two buses from Highway and providing for execution of a Products, Inc., to provide for proposed contract for a tempo- air cushion bumpers at an addi-rary loan, definitive loan and actional cost of $874. capital grant to aid in financing Resolution authorizing the Neigborhood Developmentjwater department to purchased0 Eighth avenueSW. Program.    J    Beta    counting equipment. Resolution approving urban Resolution o f concurrence renewal plans and conditions concerning the appointment by under which relocation pay- the Linn board of health to the menfs will be made for Neigh- air pollution board of review as    road NW borhood Development Program, follows: Donald Hattery, repre-j Resolution app rovi n g the senting engineering, and Dr.    Forks urban renewal plans and the Robert A. Youngman, repre-    Resolution authorizing mayor senting medicine.    and cjerk f0 sjgn a consent Resolutions filing plans, speci-j granting an easement to the fications and form of contract lowa-Illinois Gas and Electric fireworks display June 2fi at j Dimes requesting that a band Memorial stadium.    play from 2:30 p.m. until 4:30 Resolution reappointing Lt. Pm- as parrot the “pledge William Byrne to the police pen-, walk April 27 at Kingston sta- sion board.    |dium.    j Notice of seminar on public; Zoning    employe bargaining May 24 ad 25, conducted bv the University! Protest from residents in the 0f jQwa Center Point road NE area be-    J__ tween M and 0 avenues objecting to the proposed rezoning in the area. First reading for ordinance rezoning, B-l to B-2, property at Mt. Vernon road and Forty-) pack 8 _ The following boys .second street SE. petitioned by [iave received awards at Kcn-Resolution authorizing agree- .John Naso and Brentwood, Inc. , wood Park Presbyterian} mcnt with the highway commis-! Hirst reading for ordinance.church:    Jim Greene, Brad Cub Scouts You Can Be the Proud Owner of A New Car FAST, sion relating to the widening and reconstruction of Sixth street SW from First avenue SW feasibility of relocation for Neigborhood Development Program. Resolution authorizing mayor to sign certification forms covering compliance with the civil rights act for the Neighborhood drants, valves and sleeves. Development Program. Resolution approving revised Public Improvements site development plan submitted rezoning, R-l to M-l, property j I r i s h , Victor Perez, Mike on the north    side    of Blairs!Raabe, Tom    Thurston and Brian Ferry road NE    west    of Council Knapp. .street, petitioned by    Northwes-. Pack 27    -    The    following    boys Resolution approving contract ;tern Bell Telephone Co.    ;have receivcd awarcjs at St. and bond of Hennessey Bros.,’ pjrst reading for ordinance|pjus X school: Tony Polashek. Inc., covering the construction rezoning, R-3 to R-T, property; Scott Hansel, Steve Thompson of grading and drainage on Ellis.at 202 Twelfth street NW, peti- and Matt Schuyler. tioned bv Home for Aged w *    Pack    86    -    The    following    boys’ ,. (have received awards at Coo-! First    reading    for    ordinance    udge    schoo]; Randy Nielsen I rezoning, R-l to    R-3G, at 3715    stfiye    Sommeri Ty Tvson skipJ Johnson avenue NW, petitionedI Dixon> Kirk kiarnerous, by Richard D. Jones.    Mike Quinn, Tim Cortez, David , First    reading    for    ordinance    | Rowzer> Kirk Greiner, Randy and advertising for bids for fur-,Co.    rezoning,    R-l    to    R-3G, property I McKay, Matt Rinderman, Scott niching water    department mate-    Resolution accepting the bidiat 3102 F avenue NW, petitioned Rathgeber, Mike Covington, rials;    valve    boxes,    fire    hy-    0f Kutchera Construction for by Viva Rowray, Velma Jedlic- shawn Wilson, Grog Kulhman, tennis courts in Bever, Ellis and!ka and Billy and Julia Hale. Larry Adams', Tom Pinkston. ‘Jones parks, subject to addi- pirst    reading    for    ordinance    Scott    Allacher, David Birch,: by Welsh and Welsh Tnvestmet Co. for property located on Thirty-fifth street drive SE Resolution authorizing trans- Martin,| Lofdahl fer of fimds from the water division bond for concrete pave- tional federal funds for the proj-'rczoningi R_i to R-3G, at Thir- Gene Turner, Dave Resolution granting request to ect-    .    tieth    street    and    Pioneer avenue j Brian Snarzyk, Andy construct concrete paving south; Resolutions authorizing the ( se, petitioned by Gilbert and and Terry Damisch. of Thirty-third avenue SW to I mayor to execute purchase Mary Boxa. '    Pack    _    xhe    {oUowi Bjornsen Investment Corp. agreemets for land along the,    received    awards    at Resolution decreasing sub- V^4ton.d!],chTIl.'V0,1' Petitions, Reports    squaw    Creek    school:    Ramo cott and Lindondale works fund to the sewage rental ment from Midwest Devclop-fund for sewage disposal service ment Co. in Northbrook unit six. collections for March.    First    reading    for    ordinance Resolution accepting demoli- vacating the alley lying within tion work on structures at 40 block 23 in the original town of beer ments, Inc. Petition from Interstate Prop-}R u i z , Billy Johnson. Gary I erties* Ltd., requesting con-1Vavricek, Dennis Alger, Jeff icrete pavement in its addition. Newman, John Tharp, Matt! _    .    ..    ..    ,    _|    Petitions requesting installa- Trinkle, Danny Moen, Mark; Resolution granting class B tion street ,jghts on Forty. Merta, Tom Brown, Tim Stolba, Public Safety We’ve got the key to a new car — a low cost auto loan. And promise to process your application within two hours. That's fast. A FULL SERVICE BANK Loan-ly? See Us For Money For Any Good Reason ...Now YOU MAY PAY YOUR PROPERTY TAX HERE □ Open Mon. Thru Thurs. 9 A.M. til 4 P.M. Friday 9 to 6 DRIVE-UP WINDOWS Mon. thru Thurs. 9 a.m. til 4:30 p.m. Fri. 9 to 6; Sat. 9 a.m. to 12 IX I TK It STATH ll A Xii Nineteenth avenue SW. 933 Sixteenth avenue SE and 906 Eighth str.eet SE and authorizing payment to Paul E. Underwood. permit and one class C fourth strect NE from Mn and;John Osborn, Mark Palmer. Resolution accepting demoli-i acquired in connection with the tion work on structures at 816 A avenue NE reconstruction project. Cedar Rapids    beer and liquor permit    ,    M    Keith    Zigier    and    others. Resolution authorizing the city; Resolutions appointing Lt.    . attorney to proceed with con-1 William J. Byrne, Dot. Mark K.    '‘J1011    r,om    •    ...    c’! derivation of property to be Corrigan and Officer Lawrence:^1* F'airs Feiry road NL, ie Alfie Hall and Steve De Groot. Courteous Hanking Sr mite 12:H lath .Ire*. SH .Hi I-It I #.» I ll AvcouiiIm inniiml .it S2tt.ttOtt tty f-tt.t.t. G. Michalec to higher ranks in I Qursling permission to have a. (he police department.    fireworks display July 4 at his Eighth avenue SE and authoriz- project.    Second    reading    for    ordinance    re encc‘ ing payment to R and R Wreck- Resolution accepting proposal:establishing speed restrictions. Petition from the Jaycees re-ing Co.    and awarding contract    to Icwa | on certain streets.    questing permission to hold a Resolution requiring that    all    Concrete Products Co. for storm: Resolution    granting permis-    parade for the 28th annual East- cigaret permit applications    for    sewer pipe in Interstate    Proper-!sion to Life    Investors Insurance    era Iowa band festival May 18. the year July I. 1974, to June 30. ties first addition.    ,    Co.    to hold an open pit barbecue Petition from John L. Bal- 1975, must be filed in the office Resolution accepting sanitary and dance on its own property dridge for Alice L. Baldridge.! of the city clerk by June 3.    sewer construction in    Midway'May 16-19.    requesting that Eleventh avenue | Resolution    granting    cigaret    drive    NW    and authorizing pay-! Reslution granting permis-SE be extended to allow access permit.    ment    to    Bjornsen Investment!sion to the fire department web    to land that is landlocked. Resolution    amending    order    Corp.    fare association to conduct a    Petition from the March of Radio /haole SPECTACULAR 51st BIRTHDAY BARGAIN! SAVE 30*5 REALISTIC STEREO FM-AM 8-TRACK HOME MUSIC SYSTEM Unsealable savings on the Realistic "Concertmate-8"a 3-piece system with everything you need for great sound from FM. AM, or 8-track tapes. Power to accept record changer or tape recorder Radio features black-out dial, stereo light, AM and FM antennas. Tape player features automatic or pushbutton program changer. Amplifier features separate bass, treble, balance controls, headphone jack. Air-suspension speakers for low, low bass. Rich walnut cabinetry. 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