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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 11, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa null-act is executed and private [streets of Cedar Rapids for the owners oa Twenty-second ave-J5enjence Deferred on national market is benefit tlKMiientaily retarded that heavy! jn Shopliftinq Case ma Mae 1'ritchett of accomplished. Kesolution authorizing city to: in comparison with the rest of The Cedar the Tri-Rivers conference, the Rapids 7 'Gazette: Thurs., July 11, 1971 on Aug. 23 and 21. lruck vpecifically from, 1'etition from Mr. and Mrs. (k.p.lrt_: Alma Mae I'ntcneu 01 i Wilbur K. Selck and other prop- received a deferred sen-: t iphn Sohwpihprt rpnort submit preliminary documents; cr( ,m bupt. John btnwcioeit upon to HUD to make the city .y) SW from Twenty-second avenue Dies in Accident Linn county district to borrow funds on avenue private market to finance NDPJTwenty-eighth avenue, activities liming liie JUIY i-ijee. fourth action y locatca Centennial Paratlu The Marching Savages will be in the Richland centennial p a r a d e Saturday. Last month, four of the bus beginning at 10 a.m. The parade attended the school 'route has not been determined. Seated on Harbet avenue NW. struction of a maintenance of Waterloo was'rejected bv the building at A slrect sw for council forestry department. Resolution approving contract! and bond for Dave Schmitt Con- Accounts, Finance struction Co., Inc., for construc- tion of storm mediate section Fourth avenue SW outfall, storm beneath Sixth street SW. Resolution authorizing installa- tion of street lights in the vici- Resolution granting cigaret permits to various applicants. Resolution authorizing city to borrow locally up to as necessary to cover Neighborhood Development Program (NDP) expenditures until HUD-city Pefifions, Reports j Petition from Juan Cortez, Advisory Council Member Area Agency on Aging, requesting immediate increased police pa- trol in the Hawthorne Hills housing area. Petition from Verlin Sedrel requesting permission to place a travel trailer in the rear of the Town House golf course club- house until Nov. 1. Petition from the Knights of Columbus requesting permission to distribute Tootsie Rolls on the hold a dance in the court Lehman. front of their house at Thirty-first street SE on Thurs- day evening, July 25. Petition from 20 ing a a year increase, and asking for the same. After much discussion I Wednesday night, the board voted to hold firm, sayin that' V E R Y T H I N G VISES ENVELOPES RADIOS YARN TOWELS HAMMERS IDEALITY NAILS GAMES 1507 1st Ave. V E R Y T H I N G the Whole Family! Shorts Knit "Pops Culottes Pants Swimsuits GILS Shorts Knit Tops Culottes to to to to to 7- to to to to to 5.99 to to Sizes 29 to 42 Summer Pajamas to Sizes S to XL Knit Shirts to Crew Necks or Collars Sport Shirts to Sizes 4 to 20 Swim Trunks to Sizes 4 to 20 DenimJackets Lee Western Style Thirty-second and Oakland Rd. NE OPEN: MONDAY THRU FRIDAY: pm SATURDAY pm Postal Sub-station You Get Much More at KOFFS acres of everything for the home Third Avenue at First Street SE In Downtown Cedar Rapids Every TV set sold at Smuiekoff's is installed and serviced by Smuiekoff's own faciory train- ed service staff, one of Iowa's largest and best equipped. Open Tonight (Thurs.) 'ti! 9 p.m. 25" diagonal 100% Solid State RCA Model FS519- 25" diagonal pictuto RCA XL-100 100-.sowsi-'10 ii.o e Color TV 25" The largest-screen color TV you can buy, with RCA's perfomance and reliability. with trade with trade XL-100 Color TV 25" More TV chief engineers own RCA than any other color TV. 95 with trade 589' with trade All these XL-100 models have these great RCA features! Moro TV directors own RCA than any other color TV. Automatic Fine Tuning electronically pinpoints and accurately holds the correct picture signal on each channel. RCA Solid State reliability! All chassis tubes- a major cause of TV gone! Super AccuColor black matrix picture finest big-screen color picture lube! 'Come in today and SOB these great values!
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