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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 14, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                The Cedar Kapids Gazette: Fri., June 14, I Fair Building Improvements Told -Impeachment- (Continued from Page 1.) subpoenaed by the special pros- ecutor's office. Sirica deleted a j points out that "Hunt's black- mail demand was subse- quently paid the same the Times said. The memo, one of two pro-; guesls of iile membws IVcker told the board. Improvements in four build-i Iowa mayors and their families been re-roofed and refur- of i' as irrelevant to lor ings, including the main tion hail, and a street widening program will be completed t Injured j in Separate ji C. R. Crashes le investigation. of house Guilty Pleas Entered i diivt-rs MitlVml iniiiurj Magistrate Court Student Honors On Two Drug in separate accidents! Michael Crabb, 2737 0 avenue iNW, All-Iowa fair. Manager Charles! wirins and lighting have 'released and Sirica agreed and the Cedar throu.Thounwo ofiwhilp had untifFridav he edited public ,ran.cr.pt Decker told the fair's board of j the giant livestock bams which.! appeal Sirica's decision "P05- I The board held its nnal directors Thursday afternoon. Final Meeting fair meeting at Hawkeye entries this I where me fair will open June ear for first time in the fair's 33- Fair President Leo Peiffer re-iand continue through July 7. history, viewed various plans for thej "New mercury vapor Installation of fixtures lor im- week, particularly the ilayors'jhave been installed in exhibition j proved lighting has been corn- day program when Easternihall and the building also hasjplctcd in the farm youth build- ing which will house the fair's floral, fruit, vegetable and ngri- i cultural exhibits. The farm [youth building also has been re- Jolm Dear, special counsel rereived (lie MePherson Thursday in whicli thov lost magistrate's court to charges of vehicle.1-. Hall sehool in Lake ipos.se.ssion of controlled was hnspiliilizcd. 111., awarded to the The Times, which obtained i Steve K. liathje, 18. of route Uophomore who has maintained he would ask the committee toL- mnsel forjcopjes of M Loren Kalina. 1715 Thirteenth one Mado st report that various comments P'ed piiliy Wednes-, a Nixon, as contained in the day and sentencing was de-i Youth Lunch Project Plans Outlined to Salvation Army A cooperative project to pro-been conferring with legislators'the resurfacing of the vide luncheons for youngsters in and state officials not only on I Hawkeye Downs road from the sation at its next business meet- ing. He said the subpoena would be directed to Nixon. Week or 10 Davs he support the conclusion j" ....._ ......_- -r f! of manv aspects of the cover-up before the March 21 conversation. Dixon was ordered Thursday fVmtl iitifi! IX-c. i charged with possession was Luke's httpital for a head laeer alien suffered in the 3fil> c'.' marijuana on May 25. of Blairs Ferry road NK Police said Uathje locked the hifihest average in scholar- ship during the current year. R. Man Faces Drunk Driving Count roofed. Crews this week will complete low-income areas this summer was outlined for the UUMU1 vl Army advisory board by Majorjtions for federal and state aid. the Eugene Adney al the board's j The aim is to launch the pro- pointed out. the requirements for such a'main gate to the grandstand, center but also about qualifica-i.Most of the street also has boon fair manager Kodino hopes to conclude pre-jby Hodino to pre- meeting Thursday. The board earlier had ap- proved initiating the project which got under way this week in cooperation with HACAP. The United Way budget panel, headed by Marshall Hardesty. jr., also approved the project which, has a goal of providing lunches for 100 youngsters daily. "Most of the cost is being un- derwritten by HACAP with the Salvation Army Corps Cent serving as the luncheon site ai with army personnel responsib for preparation of the meals Major Adney said. He said th Salvation Army men's sod; service center also had c an accident in which his car (Jlailys M. Moire, B8, of 1034 struck a properly parked car in the 200 block of Fortieth street Eighth street suffered a I mouth laceration when the car NIC. volunteers. A third certificate was pre- sented, in absentia to Mrs. Stan D. Miller, who also has been a 'olunteer on the project but who s moving out of the city. Mrs. Mason told the board hat many persons who use the 'Books by Mail" are "extreme- y grateful" because it enables hem to use library services vhich would otherwise be una- vailable to them. The two women, in coopera- ion with the library staff, ini- iated the program about two Grand Jury To Hear Drug, Morals Cases i'n tne block of Ellis boule-j with jv'nivl ilnur-.l Two persons were bound over to the grand jury following pre- liminary hearings Wednesday in magistrate's court. Russell Mclntyre. 184 Cherry she was driving hit a parked car Police also charged Carson driving without a valid Iowa driver's license. He was a private taken to the county jail in lieu of 5-100 bond on the drunk driv- ing charge. NW. She was treated by doctor. Hill road NW, was bound over on a charge of possession ofj controlled substance. He charged with having marijuana in his possession May 25. Dave Knappe, 1122 Twenty-l Police charged her with fail- ure to maintain control of the vehicle. Semi Tractor Damaged In Apparent Theft Try An estimated damage fifth street SE, was bound over! was caused when somebody ap on a charge of contributing to the delinquency of a minor. He is charged with encouraging a minor to be guilty of immora conduct on May 29. Cedar Rapids Rites For Hawley Infant ALBURNETT The infant daughter of T-Sgt and Mrs. Rob- ert C. Hawley, Holloman air orce base, Alamogordo, N.M. died at birth Monday. Surviving in addition to her parents are two sisters, Valerie and Debra, at home, and her ;randparents, Mr. and Mrs. a c k Langenback, Osceola, Vis., and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse ears ago. Elderly persons, th Hawley, Alburnett andicapped and others wh annot get to the library cai elephone in a request for a ook. Each Wednesday the vol nteers mail the books, enclos ng postage so the books can b eturned without cost to the pa ron. "We haven't lost a Ars. McDermott said. "The re urn of books just hasn't been a roblem." The two volunteers pointer ut that the project was expand last month by making vailable to any person 62 years f age or over. JCPenney DM A C M n GIVE DAD I A FAIR SHAKE! IT'S Patio Shop Father's Day Is Sunday June 16 Sale 6.47 Reg.7.99 Ouldoor choir has aluminum lubing, vinyl web- bing. Rocker Reg. 10.99 Sole 9.29 Sale 11.89 Reg.13.99. Chaise has tubing and vinyl SUNDAY JUNE 16TH 'HAVE DAD BRING THIS COUPON TO ANY OF THESE THREE STORES WE'LL TREAT HIM TO A FREE SO4 SHAKE! Take the family to Doesn't Kim lo be Molnet'lltoytoGiYt PECK .....S3.50 HEAPING K PECK .....J6.M HEAPING FULL PECK... Gift teflo wrapped E o Chiny Bow. Fni Dtiivery la Either Koipilal DALE'S FRUIT MARKET _ 331ICinlHPt.ld.KE 364-33M Optnlloi 7 Dm Graveside services: a.m. Monday in Cedar Memori- al cemetery. Arrangements by the Cedar Memorial funeral home. SW, Thursday parently attempted to take a semi tractor and trailer loaded with lumber from the Tehrle Trucking Co. lot, 2329 Eight- eenth street night. When a company employe tried to start the vehicle, he found that the drive line and clutch were damaged and the engine was hot, according to a Linn county sheriff's report. The thief evidently did not know how to release the brake or put the tractor in gear, said authorities. The tractor is leased by Takin Bros. Freight Lines, Inc., of Cedar Rapids. Dog License Deadline Hears The last day to buy new dog licenses without penalty is June announced the Linn counly auditor's office. All dogs in the county must be registered by law. Mailed appli- cations for tags must be post- marked prior to July 1. Penalty for late registration will be a doubling of the licensing fee. A county tag for a male or spayed female dog is ?1. A license for an unspayed female is City tags for all Cedar Rapids dogs arc In order to qualify for a tag, each dog must be vaccinated for rabies through July 1. 20 YEARS AGO Pierre Mendes-France, 47, agreed to ry to form France's 20th post- ivar cabinet. C.R. Drug Numbers To report a violation: Michael Dooley 363-0671 If you need.help: Foundation 362-2174 (4 p.m. to midnight) Sears Exterior House Paint Is On Sale Save Gallon 6" Acrylic Latex House Paint Regular 89.99 Gallon SHOP AT SEARS AND SAVE Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Back BOEBUCK AND CO. I I I That's where fhe good things are! 85-16TH AVE. S.W. CEDAR RAPIDS 1936 42nd St.N.E. CEDAR RAPIDS 915 S. llth St. Grand MARION I I I I I I I Sale Reg. 39.99. Cranklill umbrella wilh 7 toot spread. 5-position tilt control. 8 support ribs. 3 floral print design linings. WINNERS from our new Hooded Brazier Sale 14.99 Reg. 18.99. JCPonnoy flooded brazier wilh warming oven, has grid Slick shift grid spit motor Thomas M. Covinglon Dean Kent Rick Kullander William J, Schmid Ann Sipe Chin, it it JC Ptnniy P.tl. Ship, Ctrnir 2nd t SUi SI SE Open Friday Saturday 9-5, Sunday 12-5 1819 42nd. St. SE facility: Grand Prize Certificate of Deposit: Curt Bloomquist 2nd. Prize Certificate of Deposit: William Sipe E Bond Winners: Mrs. A.J. Alexander Glenn "Barr" Keith Brimmer Sue A. Covington Mrs. Loren Deetz All our customers are Winners at "ffie Home of ffie Free.1" FREE CHECKING FREE I.D. CARD LICENSE PLATES (with new car loans.) GUARANTY BANK TRUST CO. 3rd St. 3rd Avo. Downtown e 1819 42nd St. NE 191 Jucolyn Dr. NW   

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