Cedar Rapids Gazette, July 12, 1974, Page 24

Cedar Rapids Gazette

July 12, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 12, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 12 The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Frl., July 12, 1974 Council Split Over Engine For Vinton Fire Truck VINTON — Vinton city coun- posed street layout in northwest Grand Jury: No -Corn Crop Estimate evidence Against    ' Willie Mosley Dips 10 trillion Acres cil members Thursday night debated whether to accept bids for a chassis for a new fire truck. Vinton. Properties adjoining the proposed street are not equal in Fire Chief Gordon Kunz pre-1 depth and would require acquir-sented specifications for the chassis, using a diesel engine, as recommended by Toynes Iowa This figure is down more than Dean Is Quoted: President Knew Before March 21 Milwaukee Man Sentenced for Armed Robbery WASHINGTON (UPI) - John Dean reportedly testified Thurs- WATKRLOO (AP) - A Black! Hawk county grand jury re- Swegle turned a “no bill” late Thursday The federal government is- 10 million acres from the March atte! a one-day inquiry into an sue(j a cautious crop acreage intentions report which indicat!(jay ^at |ie ^ certain Pres-n fh!IOwafgHlnSti the (,lrec^r estimate Thursday showing a IO ed that 78 8 million acres of ident Nixon knew even before commission    1    ^    million acre drop in corn corn would be planted this sea- March 21, 197.1, that secret pay- Willie Mosley has resigned as acreage from the March plant- codirector, effective Aug. 24. He mg intentions report.    I    The    Iowa    Crop    Reporting    Ser Fire Truck Service, successful bidder on the fire truck body. The Vinton volunteer fire department and the council’s public safety committee also recommended using a diesel en-gine. The motion to seek bids on a diesel resulted in a tie vote. Council members Warren ing 55 feet from Siegel’s prop erty, compared with only ten feet needed from Vathpeda. Inc. ...    ,    ,    ~ Siegel asked the council lo bad bccn accuscd of accepting |iu, an unusual move, of- v'('e estimated that 12.1 million Siege! asked the council to ..... .......r . Hut in an unusual move, ot roui"‘"'u consider laying out the street;f““    ra    *ir'    ficials    of    tho    Statistical Report-!**** of corn * with ajog in it to equalise plop- ,.    .    '.    .    ..    in„    service    declined lo release baswl on June ments were flowing to the origi nal Watergate defendants. Rep. Danielson (D-Calif), summarizing Dean’s prelimi-as to be planted nary testimony before a closed However the grand iurv said in8 Service declined to release unotu “,l uu,,u 1 conditions — 9 session of the house judiciary erty acquired from both proper-    ■    '    k ™ >' rV "    .    Droi,ctions    b,s„d    percent    more    than    1973    but    I    committee s impeachment inly owners.    mere    was    no    evidence Rlosicy production projtciions basta    quirv, said Dean's recall on that Primary Factor    T" ,hc neW information    unlil Pe"'°    “    I'    "    point ‘ has potential signify However, according to Mayor The    double    payment resulted    I Frlday‘    Normall>’    pro- Win Watson, the primary factor from    a mixup between    the    Jec^ons    are issued    with    the    July at this time is not opening a human rights    commission    and    acreage    report. A Milwaukee man was sentenced to IO years in the men s at Anamosa for million acres harvested in 1960. Son beans in Line canoe. Danielson said it implies Tho Statistical Henortinc Sor-:Nixon a«tuiesced lhe PW me statistical id poi mig sn (s |he defendants _ con. having w ine    and marijuana I Gazette. study.    parties in the    commission of- The council    approved    the    rev-    fices. However,    those alleged in- enue sharing    actual    use    report    J cidents occurred over a year    “Some intended acreage may Another Survey Doris Wood opposed. Motion Lost The motion lost, since the city attorney^ said tbef    ^aa|from July I, 1973, through June!ago, beyond the statute of limi- not have gotten planted due to h k tl '' aU    30, 1974, stat*n8 (hat $18,933 is to tations for offenses involving'the wet weather in late May and break the tie.    ni^n    *    toward    a    fire truck, and I marijuana.    j    early    June,    so    we    plan    to    con ker °Sa o^fnifnp nneines should $26,167 toward remodeling of The allegations against Mos jduct another survey the last 16Ve Hp Sh c oil as diesel    cdv bad-    *e-Vf wbicb be bas denied, were    week of July before we issue    that** soybean    acreage in Iowa e constre a. 0 advertise    ^ard F*scbcr' K°Ser Schlar-    raised several weeks ago by    our August report.”    would be down    IO percent from fo 'both cas and diesel engines    baum and Chuck Johnson    ap-Waterloo Mayor Leo Rooff on    Nationwide, the Statistical Re-    that harvested    a year ago, peg-    jj °K nz was instructed to de-    Pearcd before the council    re-    the basis of statements from    porting Service estimates that    ging soybean    acreage in the    ..j    vou ,-ninn Lu: cneri f ira t inn s includ-l Questin8 that the city acquire two former commission staff 67.5 million acres were to be . Hawkeye state at 7.1 million1 them » he sa^ issued earlier by the American,^ to (he President ab01„; months Soybean Assn. of Hudson.    payments    before March 21,” The soybean association es- Danielson told a reporter. timated that 52.2 million acres! “If you consider that in a few were planted this spring. :weeks, ,hose ,aPca m'Sht tbc .. J turned over to us because of a Crop observers estimated Area XI Community college at Ankeny. The meeting is scheduled to start at 9 a m. I in the executive dining room). Congressman John Culver will keynote the meeting. The Iowa Water Quality institute was organized last April at a regional meeting of citi-1 reformatory zeus’ groups held at Kansas r 0 b b e r y with aggravation City under the auspices of the thursday by Linn District conservation foundation under    Robert    Osmundson. a grant from the U.S. environ- JUI,Be *“    ... mental protection agency.    Richard >(t-    ' ,,    ,    ; The Iowa department of en- Jo robbing -Limns    . vironmental quality (DKQ) is    3005 Bowling s rec -    , sponsoring the initial meeting of    knife point on . u> the Water Quality institute. ^ t.ar theft charge against There will be a daylong work-    RVCje was dismissed    by    the shop Saturday featuring staff    judge after Kyde pled guilty    to members of the state DKQ who other charge. He was ac-will explain the methods and ICused of stealing Moldenhauer’s processes involved in admin-1 car aRer Moldenhauer gave him istering state and federal water ia ricj0 j0 Cedar Rapids from pollution control laws in Iowa, n.ibuaue The Iowa Water Quality in-    ______ stitute has received a separate    .. grant of $2,500 from the EPA to Stanley Cyclist put on workshops throughout    '    t    . tho state during the next six    Hurt    in    C    Tel    Sri Horses Swaying Causes Truck velop new specifications, includ-LHk    “T"'    k    1 '-I    «nminoc    Kofnrt.    a! road from the county, which members. runs north and south past the new mobile home court on the ing gasoline engines, before a bid letting date is set. The council ^ a£reedJ® Pur West boundary of Vinton. chase prop r \ on v\    ^    would    like road    im- Third street sanitary sewer Id fmcnts (h en|rance station is located, at a cost of f. ______.     •,    ,    .    , supreme court decision, that in iowa testimony from Dean has poten-significance,” Danielson ll find it in STANLEY — Leonard Canfield, 42, Stanley, was in satisfactory condition at an Independence hospital Friday following a motorcycle accident a half-Tr. Ovpr+urn    mile northwest    of here on    the IOV Cblacktop road    Thursday    eve- DYERSVILLE — Three young ning. men were injured Thursday Authorities said Canfield lost when    swaying motion of    eight    contro] 0f ^e    cycle he    was horses in    the back of their    truck    operating. The    vehicle plunged planted to corn as of June I.acres. [caused the vehicle to overturn. Authorities said a truck driv Rape Charges Filed Against $500, contingent upon a lawsuit the city being dis- Kirkwood Registrations Court Rejects Hit 30,000 in 1973-74 state Request im I k j i Evening community education    1 Mystery M<3n    classes in    Merged Area    Ten    to- TOLEDO — Judge Harold D. IOWA CITY - Iowa Citv’s    talled about 30 000 registrations    Victor    in Tama county district    C n    * ron m p n+-J tee, suggesting    that    the    Benton    c ■    in 1Q77 74    nrrorHina tr»    tho    qn    court    Wednesday denied the    EinVirOnmOnTo I county board    of    supervisors    and    Tnvstprv man1’ has now lwen:in 19.3-/4,    according to    the    an-    cyn™    vveanesaay denied UK|    _ Rep. Mezvinsky (D-Iowa), said that as a result of Dean^ien bv Brian Feller. 18. Preston, testimony he felt the burden of u .ic • o engineer be consulted about ac mystery identified man and rape. Last the court. The council referred     the matter to the street commit- agamst missed. On Vogt Estate The lift    station was    discov-,    . ...    ...    , inc int    oia    quisition of the road. ered to be on property in then Merlin Vogt estate. An attorney    Bill    Presented had asked    the    city to consider'    Harold Bogert, Green    Engi- either buying the property or neering, Cedar Rapids, present-obtaining easement rights. I ed a bill for rather than taking the case to done by Skogman Construction court.    !    Co. on utilities in northwest Vin- Jack Siegel appeared before ton. the council to    discuss    a pro-    The bill includes    a    disputed "(tempted' “assaults additional cost of $6,553 for a r change order lowering the sani- proof shifts to the President.” “Its up to him to try to discredit Dean,” he said. into a ditch and Canfield was thrown off. He suffered back and elbow injuries. He was charged with has now charged Groups Meet; Discuss Water Jackson: India Tried Blast Last February WASHINGTON (UPI) - Sen- with'nual report of Kirkwood Com- state’s motion to revoke the munitv college.    bench parole of Beri Nungesser, legs    The college’s annual review is    20- C,oralv,i.,1f,    , , . , were observed sticking out from    incorporated into the summer    ^dge Viet0r    had taken    the a bush along Ridge road in Iowa issue of Community Quarterly!™at^ under advisement after    number    of    him Police noted the man fits the    e co ego in a 1 ion lee r    j tjmes gyring    pay-    monitoring    government actions    - description of a male who had    ed on-campus enrollment of    * 777 D>, a °ing    pay    (,onrernin?    water    nollution    con four    3.392 for the fall 1973 term, 3.130    ment f d^ts,    defrauding    per-    concerning    water    pollution    con for the winter and 2.939 last scns of mone.v or goods, obtain- ri^m^Jtate. according to the re-1 in§ money b-v false pretenses was rounding a curve four miles south of here on highway 136 fajjprp have his vehicle under when the mishap occurred. control Feller and Paul Driscoll, 13, also of Preston, were in fairly good condition at a hospital here. Paul Feller, 14. Preston, was treated and released. Young Driscoll was trapped in the truck about two hours before rescuers were able to free on women Sunday morning. a 20 YEARS AGO - Russia failed in an effort to have the The organizations are part ofjU.N. call a halt to U.S. atomic ator Jackson (D-Wash.) said deevlopment in the area. Friday he has received informa- The council previously had tion that India made an unsuc- maintained the change was a cestui attempt to explode a mistake by the engineering tarv sewer four feet so it will go 1(?ner?^ ^5    inrlndp'    full    and intentionally supplying false tbe l°wa Vteter Quality institute land hydrogen bomb tests in the — - .... — .-t old girl. subsequently .dentdied port. ^ paft unt sfudents ln information to poliee off.cers which will be meeting at the Marshall islands. vocational, technical and arts Nungesser pled guilty to false uttering of a check and was given the suspended sentence in beneath the new mumm scwa i, . __    ,, .    . j . .    , . him as the man who allegedly and extend west to serve later ______1A__,    b    J assaulted her. Police said the man has tenta- and sciences credit programs. tively been identified as James' - Ridge!!, of Rock Island, 111. Fryer Taken to The original warrant against Ridged on the rape charge was a “John Doe” warrant. Oakdale Facility nuclear device last February: company and the city should not and that the U. S. has withheld be held responsible for pay- public disclosure of the test. ment.    ,    „    ....    ..    . Jackson said he learned of the The council voted Thursday to 0 1C^    1    ay ^ u D., tost “just recently-’ and that it pay the contractor $22,883. with-    £    ^ere“    F,da underscored fear. that the U. S. holding the $8,553 until Bitt «.    1    ‘    possi-    last    month    will    be    taken    to    the is not doing ad that it can to Strong, city clerk, reviews the , , ,    /    K      J;__, May, 1973, of seven years in the men’s reformatory at Anamosa. In denying revocation of pa- ROCK RAPIDS I UPI I - Lyon|™le- Jud«e V'ie*or ,ruibd tbe pvi’ county authorities said Thurs-d0ace Panted at the hearing day a South Dakota man who na 'sa,k k bln? that Nun-escaped from the county jail «esser s P™ba'><>n should be re- yoked. prevent nuclear proliferation. city’s financial situation. Television Listings hie beating. Ridged is in fair condition. 2—WMT-TV, Cedar Rapids 7—KWWl-TV, Waterloo 9—KCRG-TV, Cedar Rapids 3—KTVO, Ottumwa 4—WHBF-TV, Rock Island 6—WOC-TV, Davenport 8—WKBT, La Crosse IO—KROC-TV, Rochester I 2—KIIN-TV, Iowa City 13—WHO-TV, Des Moines 40—KDUB, Dubuque ilowa security medical facility i at Oakdale on Friday. County Attorney David Cas-Pope Better    jens    said James Fryer, 21, will VATICAN CITY (UPI) — undergo tests to determine if he1 Pope Paul VI, who canceled a is competent to stand trial for general audience Wednesday murder in the shotgun slayings because of an aching knee, was of four teenagers at Gitchie-all right Friday, a spokesman Manitou state park near here said.    hast    November. ' v X- ■.    ■. Si Friday Night 6:00 2—Action News 7—News. Weather, Sots. 9—Wild Wild West 3—News, Weather, Sots. 4—News. Weather, Sots. 6—6 O Clock Edition 8—News, Sots . Weather 10-News. Weather. 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IO—Jetsons 13—Jetsons 40—Superstar Movie 11:30 2—Pot Albert 7—Go 4—Fat Albert 6-Go 8—Fat Albert 10-Go 13-Go Saturday Afternoon 12:00 2—Children's Film Festival 7— Bonanza 9— Bandstand 3—Bandstand 4—Children s Film Festival 6—Laredo 8—Children's Film Festival IO—Outdoors 13—Wrestling 40- Bandstand 12:30 IO -NFL Action 1:00 2— Roller Game 7—Baseball 9 —America 3—Lassie 4—Bible 6—Baseball I—Mov ie— "Duck Soup" 10— Baseball 13- Baseball 40—Rotter Games 1:30 9—-Movie— "Wise Guys" 3—Untamed World 2:00 2—Movies— Big Show" "Operation Snotch ’ 3—Showcase Three 4—untamed World 40—Movie 2:30 3 —Wrestling 4-N.Y P.O. 3:00 4 —Season of Celebration 8—CBS Golf 3:30 9—British Open 3—British Open 4—Mars Search Begins 40-British Open 4:00 7—Porter Wagoner 4 Roger Miller 6—Movie— Bullet for a Bad Mon" 8—Untamed World 10—Bonanza 13—Focus on Education 4:30 7—Wrestling 8—To Be Announced 12—Sesame Street 13-Police Surgeon 1-80 and Amana Interchange Phone 668-1223 POOLSIDE LOUNGE NOW OPEN! 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(next to Target) 393-9727 July 12, 1974 1. THE NIGHT CHICAGO DIED 2. ROCK THE BOAT 3. ROCK YOUR BABY 4. RIKKI, DON'T LOSE THAT NUMBER 5. DON'T LET THE SUN GO DOWN ON ME ■6. WATERLOO 7. WILD THING 8. BAND ON THE RUN 9. LAMPLIGHT 10. ANNIE S SONG 11. ROCK ME GENTLY I 2. SAVE THE LAST DANCE FOR ME I 3. BE THANKFUL FOR WHAT YOU GOT 14. COME MONDAY 15. AIR DISASTER 16. TRAIN OF THOUGHT 17. CAMPFIRE GIRL 18. THE AIR THAT I BREATHE 19. SURE AS I'M SITTING HERE 20. TRAVELING BOY 21. CALL ON ME 22. FEEL LIKE MAKIN' LOVE 23. YO YO MAN 24. I'M LEAVING IT UP TO YOU 25. IF YOU TALK IN YOUR SLEEP 26. THE LOCO MOTION 27. FOREVER YOUNG 28. WHAT'S YOUR NAME 29. WORKIN’ AT THE CAR WASH BLUES 30. I’M THE LEADER OF THE GANG Paper Lace I The Hues Corporation 3 George McCrae 2 Steely Dan 4 Elton John IO Abba 5 Fancy 8 Paul McCarfney & Wings 7 David Essex 13 John Denver 9 Andy Kim 21. De Franco Family 6 William DeVaughn 15 Jimmy Buffett 18 Albert Hammond 19 Cher 12 Jim Snowbarger 20 The Hollies 11 Three Dog Night 27 Garfunkel 23 Chicago 24 Roberta Flack 26 Rick Cunha 16 Don & Marie Osmond . 25 Elvis Presley 17 Grand Funk 14 Joan Baez HB Andy and David Williams * HB Jim Croce HB Brownsville Station 22 SUGAR BABY LOVE RUB IT IN CLAP FOR THE WOLFMAN NOTHING FROM NOTHING The Rubettei Billy “Craih" Craddock The Guess Who Billy Preston Record* fitted on the KCRG RADIO 1600 “Super 30” are selected by KCRG after evaluating and considering record sales, listener requests and the station's own opinion of their audience appeal. Sale or resale of this survey it prohibited. ;