Cedar Rapids Gazette, May 24, 1974, Page 9

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May 24, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - May 24, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Maxki Kirkwood Okays Preliminary 74-75 Budge! of $9,419,139 Marion Board Okays Work on Issuing Bonds M'ar,on Marion Independent board of Donnellson, will be held at ti education held a brief meeting Thursday and authorized its A preliminary budget estimate of $9,419,139 for 1974-75 The working budget of the allege amounts to $6,672,145, up president, secretary and treasurer, John Vernon, Mrs. Warren Jennings and Fred Wade, respectively, to complete the Rites Saturday for Former Resident appled by the Kirkwood ,    ,    ,    (5 Funeral services for former    c<fgc    board luimci directors thursday. resident (.buries Poy, 'rho official budget is about 17 percent greater than last year’s official budget of $7,976,154 a,rn. Saturday at the Caldweil-Robbins funeral home in Des Moines. Survivors include his wife, Patricia; two daughters, Pal an and Pam; six sons, Charles, jr., Federal Funds The difference between the official budget arid the working Most of the increase is due to    made    up    primarily    of federal grants which the college    federal funds which the college has applied for. The money will    does not yet know if it will re mit be spent unless the funds ceive. received.    The    preliminary budget es- Undent Breakdown    ",,late    rec<‘lved approval from paper work on the issuance of    Eddie, Scott,    John and a Sludcnt (ee3 wil, provlde £^ntSt'2SS,t the $1,375 million in bonds. 'stepson    Gordon    Quinn;    his    about $134,825, tuition about    The $750,OOO projected from The bonds were awarded to i mother,    Esther,    Charles    City    $1,947,787, local property taxes    local property taxes is raised by a conglomerate group of Chi-and a brother, William, Cedar    about $750,(XX), general state aid    a -Ii mill levy, the maximum cago bidders, Harris Trust, La-j Rapids.    $2,172,155, vocational aid about    allowed by law. It accounts for Salle National Bank and White    *    # * Phillips Co., at the April is Marathon Run Money will lie used to finance the .addition and renovation work at Vernon junior high school. Construction bids on the project will be received and opened on July 2. The actual bid letting will take place at the board’s regular meeting on July ll. * * * Slated June I A youth marathon run has been set for June I at the Marion athletic field at 9 a m. sponsored by the YMCA. The event will be held in age groups with children 9 through 12 years involved. The race proceeds through Marion and ends back at the I athletic field, First street and j Third avenue. Youngsters from j the Cedar Rapids and Marion area are being invited to take Information is available at the par^-Marion division Chamber of I — ^ r°phies will be given for Commerce office concerning Iowa’s consumer credit code Consumer Credit Data Available $1,207,050, and federal aid between seven and eight per $2,128,961.    C(.nt 0f the budget. The remainder comes from    .    ... . miscellaneous state aid, work-    Estimate    g study funds, sales and services. Sources of income are es-and other income.    timated high in the official budg- Faculty Assn. at Kirkwood Asks $ 1,060 Salary Boost The Kirkwood Community col- proved by the board). It is the lege board of directors Thurs- administration    that    determines day ordered the staff to study a prioritics and    that    draws    up    the Kirkwood faculty Assn. recom- .    .    ., mendation for a $1,060 across " iU< first and second places. An entry fee will be charged. Children interested in taking part which was passed by the last i    t    t    , Iowa legislature.    may contact Ken Zahrt at the The code becomes effective ;*^ai‘on 377-7361. on July I. A workshop is1.    .    *    * planned for June 3 at Iowa City Holiday Schedule to explain the new credit law Anyone interested in attending may contact the Marion Chamber office, 377-6316. Chamber officials said most the board pay hike for next year in place of a plan recommended by the administration. Supt. Selby Ballantyne had recommended annual salary in At Postoffice Marion’s post office will follow the schedule of mail deliv- of the"city’s rctaifoutlds expoct    lhe    Memorial    holiday to be closed Monday in obscr- budget. ‘Harder Hit’ Nicol told The Gazette, ‘ The people at the high income levels obviously aren’t going to benefit weekend. The regular Saturday schedule is in effect tomorrow for window and delivery service. \ Farmers Slate Bank will be fN° .V'V"' rUM* ‘l' ,lve,'y Wll| across closed Monday. May 27th. for ae ™de on„ ^onday sP«c'aI crease 'del.venes w"i be made.    vo(cd    Thursday afternoon rnnnh M,n„aL.nia',,'u?a,!“r(!ay favor of the alternate plan Vance of Memorial day. ♦ * * First National .Memorial Adv. Bank and Day observance. — M’Laughlin: No News Meeting WASHINGTON (UPI) - The Rev. John J. McLaughlin, White House aide and defender President Nixon, said Friday through Monday, will be limited, jn a prepared statement from o ai erial white star ’ and jjje kFA, the faculty rejected boxes adjacent to the post of- the promise that “additional funds for salary can be found creases of $350 plus 6.7 percent as much (under the KI*A plant of the employe’s current salary It’s the people at the lower end for 337 administrators, instruc- who are getting hit harder by tors and counselors, clerical and inflation because it is biting into custodial employes.    their necessities, not their dis- Under this plan, salary in- cretionary spending, creases would have ranged    I think the board suggestion from 8.1 percent, or $2,025, for    studying the proposal is a those earning $25,000, to 13.71good one. Our suggestion ma) percent, or $685, for those earn- n°f ^le one- There may ing $5,000.    he a better suggestion.’’ Take Vote    ‘Nearly    Same’ Scott Nicol, president of the Nicol said the amount of in-KFA, recommended a $1,060 crease for an employe earning the board salary in- $10,600, the average salary, He said the faculty would be nearly the same under in cither plan. Director Wayne Newton of LU CI because the college can only receive what it has requested in its official budget presented to the Nato department of public instruction. If any income sources were estimated too low, the college would lose those funds. The budget includes an additional $90,(XXI in tuition, raised in a $10 quarterly tuition hike approved by the board Thursday also. Dissatisfied 'I’he college’s directors expressed dissatisfaction with the way community colleges were treated by the legislature this! year. Director Wayne Newton of Luzerne recommended “putting! the heat on the appropriations committees of both the house and the senate to keep them from treating the community colleges like th** orphans of education. The school districts all have their budgets settled, and here we are at the eleventh hour.’’ Board President B A Jensen suggested the problem may have stemmed from a weak lobbying voice by the community colleges in the state legislature He laid part of the blame on the Iowa Council of Area School Boards. In considering a proposal from the ICASB of an incease in dues for members from $2.4(X) to $10,470. Jensen said: ‘Too Much’ “It’s too much. It’s not the 'dollars that bothers me. Its what we’re getting for those dollars. Ifs quite a sum to pay in view of the kind of representation we get at the legislature.’’ Jensen said he will attend the !organization’s monthly meeting in June, and “I won’t come back as a member of that organization without some very substantial changes in that organization.” Tho Cedar Rapids fiazrtte:    I    rl.(    May    24,    1071    9 JCPenney zerne voted against the recommendation to study the alter-ltlIlliJV lIlul    nate plan. He told The Gazette lice building.    '    funds^'for’wlary'Tan be found favored the staff's rceom- * * *    only bv turnmf. t(1 (he legisla- mendation    because it takes the u j ,    —    •Saturda.v's activity    ture    the students (refer-    tost of living into account, schedule at    the Marion YMCA    ring    (0    a j(0 tuition hike ap-    Some 20 faculty members at- n|- is: Non aquatic — Grade schoolI     —      -    tended the meeting and com- Jgym 9 am., junior high gym . ir . ..    ,    plained that faculty pay in- thaY'hk    nrnhipmr’witV,Uhk10:30'^nior    hi^h and adult g\TTi    Alfred Monserud, VO,    creases were always the last Roman    Catholic    su ne Hors    noon’ fami,y    gym 3’ gym closed    Dies at Waukon    items considered in the budget, i I nu ,, j « ■!/. t 4 to 7> couples 7* pool — ore-    j    They asked to be included carli- should be settled ‘w.thm the hoo, J    Pre    WAUKON    Alfred    Momcmd,    or ncxt in thc process of Tit am„ beginner's working,90'former “cr,etary®f^'determining priorities for the any other family dispute. mothers swim o k „r makee county farm board and a uUfjpot Therefore he decided against |sch0ol recreational *    former Excelsior school board holding a news conference to youth and family answer a summons by the Rev. Richard Cleary, provincial of I    n the Jesuit Fathers of New «£ S °' I moonlight swim. * * swim swim 10:30, noon,' member, died Thursday after a pool closed 4 to 7 p.m., couple’s long illncss- Venue Change Granted In Iowa Drowning Suit England, to return to Boston for prayer and reflection. ••Me foeti-. • ,h .I Thanks for cards, flowers and Waukon' and “rs:. Mm#n J!!! .ll'? V.J . are I visits while hospitalized. Robert Femme Cedar Rapids; family aspects to the situation vt    Afi.. that ought to be handled within    ______ the privacy of the Jesuit family ^    ,    _ like any other family dispute,”, Convict Foreman McLaughlin said. He gave no Surviving are a son, Alfred, jr., Cedar Rapids; two daugh- MARENGO _ \ change of tors, Mis. herbert ^ Jenkins. venue t0 ynn county was granted last week by District Judge Harold Victor in the case of a 12 indication whether heed the summons. he would Of Drunk Driving HOUSTON (AP) - Criminal grandchildren, eight great- \jj|jersjjurg man suing thc grandchildren, and a brother, c0unty for damages connected William, Harpers Ferry.    with his son’s death. Services: Saturday at 1.30 in venue change was grant-East Paint Creek Synod church. cd (o Harold Berstler, Millers-Martin Brothers.    burg, who is suing the board of __ r  .......... —    supervisors and county conser- defense lawyer Percy Foreman, VA Giving Up April vation district as a result of the victor in thousands of court-    QoA    Tnno    drowning death of his 17-year- room dramas, has been convict-    old sort, Randall, July 21, 1972. od by a jury here of driving WASHINGTON (AP) — The at Iowa lake, while intoxicated.    Veterans Administration said The suit charges the county Conium r p ^ (cr*    Forman»    7I.    sat    motionless    as    Thursday it is giving up the red was negligent in thc drowning j Vim; a jury of four women and two tape requiring veterans attend- because it did not post signs "tuesday rrcn returned the guilty verdict mg school to certify each Apriljwarning of a drop-off on the Presto Agrees To Fix Fry Pans WASHINGTON (AP mission announced Al ll    #•    ,    Ii va J fiuiiHU lilt    ^ UI i IV    VCIUlLl I    OVHVW*    VV    VV*    • • - - r ----v/1    ll W*    ' ai two    tirms    have    agreed to Thursday. Judge    Neil    McKay that they went to school    thc last    edge of the    roped-off swimming repair or replace any of more than 4 million electric fry pans if they contain shock hazards. The commission said thc potential problem appears to be limited to Presto fry pans manufactured before September. sentenced Foreman to 30 days year.    arca. in jail, probated for six months, Their May check, the final j The county claims thc area and a $200 fine. The conviction one of the year, isn’t sent under was posted, and that young will not endanger Foreman’s Ii- current rules until they do cer-iBerstler contributed to his own cense to practice law, thc dis-! tify. Ex-Gls by the thousands death by venturing into an un-trict attorney’s office said. Ihaven’t been doing so or are known area, knowing he couldn't uuu    Foreman    said he had not de- doing it late. Thus, checks ar- swim, umni have not been used cjdcfj if f]Q would appeal the rive late.    Victor    agreed    with    the    plain- more than two hours or havC|V€rd;C|    rghe    VA plans to have the tiffs assertion that since the de- The charge came after Fore- colleges handle the certificates, j fondant is Iowa county, the man was involved in an ac- It also plans to place VA ad-'plaintiffs might not receive a cident on a Houston freeway I visors on campuses to help vet- fair trial in this county. A jury Dec. 31, 1973.    lorans.    trial has been granted. not been plugged in for a long time. The agency said some of the pans could shock users. The appliances were manufactured bv National Presto Industries. Inc.. Eau Claire, Wis., and sold under the Presto or Sears Roebuck and Co. labels. Consumers were urged to discontinue use and provide Sears or Presto with the serial and! model numbers. Belle Plaine Rites For R. E. Rucker BELLE PLAINE -Richard E. Rucker, 64, a partner in O.A. Rucker Oil Co. until his retirement in I960, died Friday following a long illness. Born April 22, 1910, lie was married to Helen Jammer June 28. 1933, in Belle Plaine. Surviving in addition to his wife is a sister, Mrs. Robert McCoy, Belle Plaine Services:    Saturday    at Peffers Halverson’s. Pollllcal Advertisement Politico! Advertisement Politico! Advertisement Ballantyne Says Bowling Street Plans a Hazard Plans for widening only a portion of Bowling street SW near the planned expansion of highway 30 will create a “tremendous hazard’’ near the Kirkwood Community college campus, Supt. Selby Ballantyne told the board of directors Thursday. He referred to the portion of Bowling street SW leading from highway 30 south toward thc college. The highway commission plans to make a small stretch of the road near the intersection four lanes w ide. About three-fourths of a mile of Bowling will remain two-lane until the point near Kirkwood where Bowling is already four lanes wide. Ballantyne said studies indicated that when highway 30’s widening is completed. 7.000 cars will be moving by the Bowling-highway 30 intersection at peak hours so traffic on Bowling will have to bi1 kept moving rapidly. “It iooks to me like somebody tried to plan how many people they could kill in thc first few days,” Ballantyne said. He said he is working with Cedar Rapids city officials to have the remaining portion of Bowling street widened to four lanes. Former U. of Iowa Treasurer Death Told IOWA CITY — Word has been received here of tin' death of Clave Hamburg. 77. at Camano Island. Wash. Hamburg served as treasurer of the University of Iowa from 1932 until 1965. Political Advtrtu*ment Save $6 to $14 on every multi speed bike Men’* 26”, IO speed, Reg. 79.98 Women’s 26", 10-speed, Reg. 79.98 Men’s 27” I O-sp&ed, Reg. 89.98 Women’s 26”, 3-speed, Reg. 67.99 Men’s 26”, 5-speed, Reg. 79 99 Men’s 26”, 10-speed, Reg. 84.99 Men’s 27”, 10-speed, Reg 99 99 In Carton Prices Assembly $5 Bicycle Sales-Service at JCPenney Patio Shop, Corner 2nd Ave. & 5th St. S.E. Sale 71.88 Sale 71.88 Sale 70.88 Sale 61.88 Sale 71.88 Sale 74.88 Sale 8S.88 Save 8.10 Save 8.10 Save J 0.1 J Save 6.11 Save 8.11 Save I O.l I Save 14.1 I Tit. V1    *    \    * " , TV ir Sale s92 Reg. $113 5 pc. Empress group. This dirvng group has a round table, 4 chairs with scrolled arms and legs and padded seats. 7’ Crank Umbrella Reg. 39.95 0099 NOW OO J ') I Adv** il»emen! KHY, HIRNING TOES! ASK FIERY PAIN IN ONI: HOUK or your 5*c hat k ipply quit It dr vihk 1-4-1., all ann fungi Itlr, lo tjulrl Itch, hum In MINI l l S. lino line for $wealy, odtTMW I***- (hr I for hnf*|»v relief! NOW A I Al l DUDO MIKI S. REDWOOD FURNITURE SALE /mms Sale s67 Sale s40 Reg. $74. Redwood teto a fete outdoor furniture 67"Wx33”Hx 30"D. With two wheels for easy moving. Merchandise is unassembled Reg. $47. Our deluxe 3 pc. sawbuck set. Table is 70 ’tx 29' Wx29"H. Benches are 70”Lxir’ Wx I 6'/iH. Unassembled. Redwood Chair, Reg. $33, Sale $28 ............. Save    $5 Redwood Chaise, Reg. $51, Sale $45........ Save    $6 2 Redwood End Benches, Reg. I I.SO, Sale $9 . .    . . Save I.SO JCPenney Patio Shop, Corner 2nd Ave. & 5th St. SE OPEN FRIDAY ’TIL 9 t'1%” ;

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