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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 12, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                12 The Cedar Rapids Gazelle: Fri.. July 12. 1974 Council Splif Over Engine Grand Jury: No Evidence Against Corn Crop Estimate 10 Million Acres Dean Is Quoted: President Knew uled !o start at 9 a.m. un Hie executive dining Congressman John Culver will BalnfA Mornk 91 ;keynote the meeting. neiore marcn Tlu, lowa Wa.or in 'stitute was organized last April le.iced lo 10 m meeting of cit! reformnton- with Milwaukee Man Armed Robbery Mihvaukeo is down more than conn-. posed street layout in northwest (1'PH Vinton city 10 million acres from the .March .turned a "liu bill" lute Dean reporledlv testiiied cil members Thursday night de-: Vinton. partment and the council's acquired from bot'n proper- owners. Primary Factor However, according to Mayor lie safety committee also rec- ommended using a diesel en- gine. The motion to seek bids on a diese! resulted in a tie vole. o ii n c i 1 members Warren C.eiger. Jane l.allrange and Henry Van Eschen voted For the diesel. and members Dale Kom- mann. Richard Schoonover and Doris Wood opposed. Tho motion "incethediv attorney said me cr v prohibited law liom u break ihe ti there was'no" pnxtuctum projections based moK but tlnli fea'lurin's staff :lfter Kyde pled guilty to intended to defraud the city bylUpoll ,tk, nfw information until Pl'rcei" ll'ss '-2 point "-'has notVnti.-.l of the state DKQ who Jne duirge. Jle was ;u- collccting twice for the ticket. i nrn_ million ai-ivs harvested in i960. Tiie double payment resulted Win Watson, the primary a mixup between the jections are issued with the July Soybeans in Line point c-ance." Danielson said it .Nixon acquiesced in "ill explain the methods and involved in admin- implies- Passes the istenng uised of stealing .Moldenhaiier's car after Moldenhauer gave him in Cnlar iiapids from UllblliJUe. The muu' enue snarin ffom Another Survey jn coinmissitfn of. l approved the rev-; fiees. However, those alleged in- acmal use reporl ciuents occurred over a year: ".some intended acreage may beyond the statute of iimi- noi have gotten planted due toj 1 ]fl_4 js toitations 0 ,ow.ird [irp for offenses involving the wet weather in late May and, toward a fire truck, and: marijuana. early June, so we plan to conjw''re P'anlt'd this spring. toward remodeling of The allegations against ilos duct another survey the last Crop observers estimated believed gasoline engines should B s. i well as diese! issued earlier by the American (he President ahout Soybean Assn. of Hudson. payments before .March soybean association es- Danielson told a reporter. Itiinated that 512 million acres "If you consider that in a few Stanley Cyclist Hurt in Crash Horses Swaying Causes Truck be considered as It was then agreed to advertise [or both gas and diesel engines. Kunz was instructed to de- velop new specifications, includ- city hall Karl Fischer, Roger ap-! Waterloo Mayor Leo Tiooff on peared before the council re-hire basis of statements from porting Service estimates thatjging soybean acreage questing that the city acquire j two former commission staff 67.5 million acres were to bell-Iawkeye state at 7.1 court decision, thai the road from the county, which i members. ing gasoline engines, before a bid letting date is set. The council agreed to pur- chase property on which the Third street sanitary sewer liftj station is located, at a cost of; S500, contingent upon a lawsuit against the city being dis- missed, j county board of supervisors and On vogt tstate engjncer be consulted about ac- The lift station was discoy- ered to be on property in tnep Merlin Vogt estate. An attorney Bill Presented runs north and south past thei new mobile home court on the! west boundary of Vinton. They would like road im- provements at the entrance toj the court. The council referred1 I the matter to the street commit- tee, suggesting that the Benton! "llvb11 1UULI U1HJIMLL .lllltl._t IMt 1UJI V. 1 1 V I .J V JI 11 lit. V M lylp COUl't UCCISIOII Illal ley, which lie lias denied, were week of July before we issue] that-J soybean acreage in fr0rn Dean has poteii- Schlar-j raised several weeks ago by our August report." j would be down 10 percent from; cjo'nificance Danielson Nationwide, the Statistical Re-; that harvested a year ago, peg-1 i '____ thp: ;Wien 111 "1 think find it in milllon.' he said. Rep. Mezvinsky isaid that as a result of Dean's testimony he felt "the burden of Hit innnn in nm m iP''oof shi'fts to thc Prcsidenl-" mi viu.uuu in ivii-in State Request "u's "P to him to try to i credit he said. TOLEDO Judge Harold D. Rape Charges Filed Against Man1 ulanted to corn as of June 1.acres. KJrkWOOd Registrations Court Rejects IOWA CITY Iowa City's had asked the city to consider' either buying the property or obtaining easement rights, rather than taking the case to court. Jack Siegel appeared the council to discuss a pro- The Harold Bogert, Green Engi- neering, Cedar Rapids, present- ed a bill for for work done by Skogman Construction Co. on utilities in northwest Vin- ge order lowering the sani- tary sewer four feet so it will go beneath the new storm sewer WASHINGTON Sen- and extend west to serve later ator Jackson (D-Wash.) said -deevlopment in the area. Friday he has received informa- The council previously had! Jackson: India Tried Blast Last February additional cos, of for a nhsncTn nrflol- InmnrltKT lha cum, J 'mystery has now been identified and charged rape. Last Sunday a man's legs were observed sticking out from a bush along Ridge road in Iowa City. Taken to University hospi- tals, the man remained in a semi-coma through Thursday. Police noted the man fits the description of a male who had assaults on Evening community education: in Merged Area Ten to-: tailed about registrations Victor in Tama county district in 1973-74, according to the Wednesday denied the nual report of Kirkwood Com-] state's motion to revoke the jmunity college. The college's annual review is incorporated into the summer j bench parole of Beri Nungesser. 20. Coralville. Judge Victor had taken the issue nf rnmmimitv Qnartprlv mat'er under advisement after: issue of Commumtj Quaiterlyla hMrjng Jlme resentatives of a number of him state organizations interested in' STANLF.V Leonard Can- field, 42, Stanley, was in .satis- factory condition at an Indepen- dence hospital Friday following a motorcycle accident a half- Trt Overturn mile northwest of here on Ihe IOWVenU blacktop Thursday eve- DVERSV1LLE Three young ning. men were injured Thursday Authorities 
                            

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