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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 12, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                2A Jiinf I'-'. C. R. Paving Project Contract Is Awarded -.Bartel- i Continued from Page 1 tnosty for j Tile contract for the eity'sjcomract for 1974 paviiij; program i January awarded Wednesday to E and F Cement and Asphallic Concrete Co., Cedar Rapids. The company bid i The bld S69'B45- Th non-violent, anti-war Hut the substitute platform altered Ihisto 'condi- ;port will be handed to delegatesitional amnesty'. This was a hot :at Ames Saturday. issue." Over A Week Mane] declnred tlmse who Bartel said party head wrote the substitute platform. quarters took over a week "were not ul tiie ilvino Car Ownership Dispute 1C. R. Man Solved? Man Is Charged Is Fair after :ewer on Kdeewood wt H-pu-M-nuiliU' ;the proposed grassroots plat- road M-: from the U-oar river Me_ gate- n APre" A judgment role was thrust tiled a stolen car report withi upon Cedar liapuls police 'I'ues- [Kilice. On Sunday while tlnv- .ilay in a dispute ove Auto .Mark W. Carpeiiler. 20. of Court Grants Added Revenue To Iowa -Illinois Si-otl county district court Wednesday allumeil ownership ing in Hever park, spot-, w. varpemei. m, ai ln iui Iowa cum- W In- n M the car ivbirli ,-il that 1''oul'lh SK- was aiitho- man who died last week bore'Kansas license plates, fair condition in Si Luke north to Fortv-secomi street. He oi (l jjunly other bid was submitted bjjnromised ii would be :Dave Schmilt Construction bin it was not mailed1 expression of what the p. J8I.572 triiiii Miiniidi. Juiir uan! fr.un .M Bartel said the full commit- men', at all levels." As a .operating head injury suffered Omv he was claimed ra" off of Waterloo, Gjellefald Construction Co. Forest City was awarded the C. R. Couple Beaten During Tile other bidders were Dave; II Altl A DllPrtloflf m Construction Co..! nOIIIU Skogman result, a charge of Walters arrived and an auto without the Conrad he owned the 1950 w'le" llle car was pain's 5 million rate in- saiil the owner's consent was Wallm ran off the road. crease request. platfo.m ts a Walters. 34. in., said Carpenter made a A company official .said the NW. eluding replacement of the en-left turn onto Twenty-sixth court decision will increase the were called into cillllo :l _ j company's revenues more than annually. The court affirmed the com crossed the commission's decision on ditch on (he original cost rale base, road and.averaged for the lest year; the second of charitable con- ,m ihe ulinfonn's' Produced Title :which, police .said is about leaders of supporting the substi- l" "u pi'Uioims was m i ,-arage when he last i, was able to fee. deep. 'the car s title when Ihe pair met: 111 again with police. Walters onjclriving without a valid Iowa The court modified he com- hoiind Misiiiig .il, missions June 21 order so it would include a working capital allowance in excess of properly Bjornsen in-1 He accused Democratic vestment Co. The company bid well'lute platform, or minority re below the estimate of which, he said, reflects venlums. their views and not those of Rchmiti Constniclion 'Ambers who attended; Xccident county and district conven-: count v or district con Mr. and Mrs. Donald 3218 Bever avenue SE, were Co- verely beaten early Wednesday] All three .contracts on June 6. after ,nc' l" S' IM "H must have been a coinci- dence." Bartel said, "that a mi- Trial Set Federal 'the car's title when the pair met: Carpenter was charged with allowed. [again with police. Walters without a valid Iowa j ,i ll'e hand, police said, license, t learning of Klys death, Conrad said he went to check K iliu.ohscil; ;w. nf 10 tributions as an operating ex- pense, anil the rate of return I n the car and found il missing. He; The charge against Walters I .specific.1: (he by an intruder in their home. "the has id a trial date of Aug. 26j i police station for the meeting. .No charges were filed against 1409 K street SVV, was treated at iiiTNiiil.-i, in the sum o I lUlf .1 ,11. 1-V.l ._.. St. Luke's hospital Tuesday for a neck injury suffered in a two- action on the platform by ithe fun committee the weekend, to submit what they Both were reported in lunilv ]iance offk.el, condition Wednesday afternoon (H j____H________ at St. Luke's hospital with weeKemi, 10 simmn wnai mey bv July bruises and lacerations. Frances Lange Dies, 'are calling a minority report di-, rouu, two Police said Mrs. Hladky, to Democratic slate head- n i unless parlies in a suit involving BUT Review It also modilied the order by i Walters for driving the car collision at the intersection iii'-''easint' Iowa-Illinois' rale iSundav because it was parkediof Twelfth street and Eighteenth by of the fan value depreciation. II is to 111- elude as an operating expense of the strike expense to because it was parkedof Twelfth street and Eig at the time. Walters claimed ;he moved from Kansas license plates there remain iu (hnn awakened shortly before I! a.m.) to find someone in the darkened: W ILI.h trances (.ominiuet> ju be printed bedroom :.Mae Lange. 38. route 2. Spring-] aral distributed to Ihe del' The intruder or intruders beat ville. died Tuesday following her, then her husband, 71. and fled from the residence with about taken from a dresser drawer. Investigating police officers said there was no description ol the suspect or suspects because the room was dark and the 13 years. Born Jan. 27. 1936, at ffladkys were confused about the attack. Officers said entry to the resi- dence was made through a back door where a hole was cut in the glass of a window. Officers said it was not known whether any weapons were used in the beatings and none was found in the house. (Continued from Page 1.) one American visitor: "Don't worry, Nixon will pay for it before he leaves." Nixon will spend slightly more than two days in Egypt, seeing the sights and taking an Ameri- can style "whistle stop" train trip to Alexandria, before con- tinuing his journey to Saudi Arabia, Syria, Israel and Jor- dan. Though President Franklin Roosevelt traveled to Cairo twice in 1943 for wartime con- ferences, Nixon is the first American Chief Executive to make a state visit to Egypt. Nixon was last here in 1963 as a private citizen, but his status as a former vice-president got him a meeting with President Nasser and a trip to Luxor and Aswan in an Egyptian air force plane. short illness. She had lived in! was Tom the Marion-Springville thf substitute (minority) {report would not only be ruled Mau-jjn order at the convention but Chester, she was married to handled as a substitute Glenn K. Lange March 5, 1957, at Anamosa. She was employed by Collins Radio Co. Mrs. Lange was a member of St. Isidore church at Spring- ville, and the 1BEW. Surviving in addition to her husband are her mother, Frances Kirby, Anamosa; five daughters, Charlene Cummings.j Springville; Jean, Kim, Karla and Denise R. Lange, all at WASHINGTON Senator [the possession of the person who Clark W e d n e s d a y j purchased them. of State i _______ Henry A. Kissinger, hut added no public official "should he Leneberg said he was injured! above legitimate questioning Dec. 2. 1970. at the LeFeburej Of his actions and stale- Hopkinton. is asking in each of five counts in a .suit' praised Secretary against Lee Engineering Co. oft Henry A. Kissinger. Pawtucket, H. I. avenue SW. He was released. A car driven by Vclma Simoens, 43, of 2279" C street SW. motion for the full committee report. "This is an affront, if nothing else, to the full committee. "The substitute platform ema- sculates, rapes and removes the teeth of form. grassroots plat- Corp. plant in Cedar Rapids! when a fork lift manufactured] by Lee allegedly rolled back- ward as he was loading a safe onto it. The plaintiff charges that the lift moved even though the ma- chine's brake was applied. The defendant company denies any ments." The Iowa Democrat, asked for his reaction to Kissinger's threat of resignation, which the secretary of state made Tuesday in an Austrian press conference, said, "I certainly have no desire to see him re- sign." be paid over Ihe next ten years, and the Jacobsen car collided.; police said. i Mrs. Simoens was charged; Fish Return fajiurp to yield at the LONDON (API pollution has been reduced soj much since 1971 that 70 species of fish have returned to the j river. The house of lords was; told Tuesday. j lowed hy the commerce unil. Charles II. Whilmore, pres- iident of Iowa-Illinois, said the modification will provide addi- tional revenues "of about i 000 for Ithe year 1972 and Elects New annually thereafter." Whilmore said the ruling is Naturalist Group New officers have been elect- Campaign Limits home; Glenn, Lange, three sons, Michael, jr.. all and Patrick E. at home; seven sisters, Mrs. Francis Boeding, Hopkinton: Mrs. Gilbert Becker, Coggon; Mrs. Gary Siddell, Delhi: Marion; Mrs. Mrs. Robert Jones, David Moenck, Anamosa; Mrs. William Felton, Cascade, and Mrs. Donald Chapman, Springville: five brothers, William Kirby, Prairieburg; Donald and Ed- ward Kirby. Anamosa: anditure. grassroots example, platform calls strict limits on private cam- machine, paign contributions of per candidate and per year from individuals and organiza- tions. minority report on this plank that is included in the grassroots platform calls for full public campaign financing. "But the substitute platform removes specific limits on pri- vate campaign contributions j defects in the machine, and} Clark said that he believes claims there was contributory] the proper course for settling negligence on Leneberg's part. the matter is the review of the The company said the fork lift issue by the senate foreign tipped as the plaintiff tried to relations committee which slide the heavy safe onto thej Kissinger requested and the Ci'ilitr HtlpiiU "EsitTbifstiedTn Goielte Co. ana published dollv and Sunday at 500 Third mi. SE, Cedar Ranlds, Iowa 52406. Second class postage paid ol Cedar Rapids. Iowa. Subscription rates bv carrier 95 cenls a. week. Bv mail: Night Edition and Sunday 6 issues S3.75 a month, 139.00 a year: Al- ternoon Editions and Sundav 7 issues S3.8S a month. a year. Other slates and U.S. territories 160.00 a year. No Mall Subscriptions accepted [n areas having Gazette carrier service. being studied and a decision on ntilled committee has granted. ed by the Audtibon Naturalist !whcther to appcai lo (he state Society of Cedar Rapids. supreme court will he made Those elected were Mrs.: promptly. Charles Oppedahl, 906 Suburban: street NE, president; Lee Hay-1 Rebels to Brazil den. 1124 Center Point road SAO PAULO, Brazil (AP) vice-president; Mrs. Duaneju. Col. Ricardo Sanchez, who Carr, 1829 D avenue NE, an unsuccessful attempt to surer, and Fred Nissen, 2823 overthrow the Bolivian govern- Henry court NW, secretary. 'nient June 5, has arrived in The group will resume with three other rebel of- ly meetings in September. Ificers. and leaves it. up to the legisla-j George and John Kirby. Cedar i Rapids; and one grandson. j Services: a.m. Friday Cited Deletions Bartel. a Johnson county St. Isidore church. Burial: Cedar Memorial cemetery. Cedar Rapids. Rosary at p.m. Thursday at the Chapel of Memories. Friends may call at he chapel after 3 p.m. Thurs- "Planks deleted from thej grassroots platform, in the for- mation of the substitute plat- form, include: repeal of the Hatch act; enactment of legisla- tion for referendum, initiative day. Arrangements by Cedariand recall. identificajion ot vic. tims of crime; privacy of con- Memorial funeral home. Police Recover Stolen Bicycle, Pair Charge Two persons were charged In a gesture of good will, Tuesday with receiving stolen ifidential records; decriminiliza- tion of personal use of mari- juana; study of legalized gam- b 1 i n g establishing bicycle Sadat announced minutes before Nixon's arrival from Salzburg, Austria, that Egypt was giving up the American university in Cairo that was seized in 1967 during the Arab-Israeli war. Clasping Nixon's hand in the 98-degree heat as the two lead- ers reviewed a guard of honor, Sadat said at the airport, "We are glad you have come." "I have been looking forward to this day from the first time I look Nixon said. a bicycle that was taken last Tuesday from the sidewalk in front of a bike shop. paths: protection of the family farmer; a veterans outreach property after police recovered pr0grarn; funding of day care centers; elimination of state- owned liquor stores and barring! lot the military draft except ini KevinS. Morgan, 18, of 86 Six-jcase of (jeciared war. among teenth avenue SW, and a I'M other things. year-old youth were arrested j after police, acting on a found the bicycle at the youth's' residence. The youth told police bought the bicycle from Mor- gan. No one has been charged with taking the bicycle from Sections Deleted ''In addition, entire sections of j grassroots platform planks, in- hejcluding 65-foot truck issue and support for mass transit and recycling, were deleted even though every district convention The smile broadened across! Bicycle Peddlers, 1209 First av-j was strong for these. 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