Friday, July 19, 1974

Cedar Rapids Gazette

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 19, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa arni New- Bowker Receives Poet for Library Air-Conditioning Linn-Mar Hearing Aug. 8 On $3.9Million Budget 'Ihe Cedar Rapids Gazette: Fri., .Inly I!), 1074 By Larry Tanner Two bids were approved and one was deferred for study and review by Marion’s council Thursday night. The bid of Tom Bowker and Son, Inc., Cedar Rapids, was approved for the public library air-conditioning project. Bowker bid was $33,969. Montgomery Elevator Co., Moline, 111., was awarded the elevator bid. Base bid was $21,968. Alternate one was accepted adding $560 and alternate two subtracted $800. Final total bid of Mont the matter to the plan commission for action. the traffic code on individual parking spaces. The section had been deleted by an ordinance amendment; Requested Herman Thorn p-community development director, to prepare and submit a proposal for a comprehen- Alieys Included These alleys would be vacated: The north half of the north-1 son. south alley between Seventh and Sixth avenues and Eleventh and Twelfth streets, and the south The half of the north-south alleys be- Rive rezoning ordinance project; tween Tenth and Eleventh Approved cigaret permits for streets and Eleventh and Dunkin Donuts, 694 Seventh ave- Twelfth streets and Seventh and nuej and Drugtown , 2790 Sev- Eighth avenues.    ;    .,    ______ b    ,    ,    I    en‘h    avenue. Mayor William J. Grundy told    *    *    * the council the city engineer, community development consul- By Pat Peterson The Linn-Mar school board Thursday night authorized the superintendent to prepare the 1974-75 general fund budget of $3,910,137. The proposed budget includes $107,867 for administration; $2,521,668 for instruction; $30,577 for health service; $187,720 for transportation; $307,288 for fixed charges; $376,901 for operation and maintenance; $59,183 for other school services; $54,152 for community services; $69,052 Hit by Truck, Child Critical TAMA — An 8-year-old resi-Sell Houses — Mr. and Mrs. d en t 0 f the Mcsquakie Indian Robert McElrath have sold their settlement near here is in criti- tant and the water department,    „i„«i    ^„ju; nn    „     T w M n ;„ nc checked these areas and found house and acreage at route 2, cal condition in a lies Moines gomery accepted by the council wats $21,728,     no problems or conflicts with The library bids were opened the tree plantings. July IO.    The    council    accepted    the    re-;Marion. Underground wiring project in modeling work at Legion Memo- j u j 15 na Mrs hospital Friday after being .    / struck by a truck Thursday af- route I, 1 city park was up for bids but rial swimming pool and author only one was received.    ized a progress payment of $81. Only Bid    Final    Payment It was from E and S Electrical! The final $3,667.90 of the Contractors, Inc., Cedar Rapids, amount to be paid to the B. A. $8,921. Engineer’s estimate on Westbrook Construction Co., the project was $8,300.    Inc., firm for the work will be The bid was referred to the retained for a 30-day period. Center Point, to Mr. Samuel Overturf, ,u U , c ‘Mernoon Possession was given Highway patrol reports said This sale and the fol- George Sanache ran onto old lowing two were handled by highway 30, three miles west of John Zachar, jr., and Co., Inc., unto the path of a truck driven Realtors. Mr. and Mrs. Claude ^ g jr j McCreary, 45, Toledo. E. Kuebler of Clearwater, Fla., sold their investment property McCreary swerved the truck, attempting to miss the child, at IOU Third avenue to Mr. and hut the boy was st ruck by the Mrs. Richard P    Heffernen of     riRht front corner of the Vehicle ’ j    ^ U nninnpriniT 1    wcncrnen    oi     The ^ s()n Qf Marlene San- park board and its engineering     The p r0 g ress payment of rural Coggon. Possession will be     0 f die j nc jian settlement, consultant for review with a ^‘    OOO to Herman Thompson As-gj ven ^ ug j Mr. and Mrs.    and Alvin Sanache, Cedar Falls. non set    tor    the    next council S0ciateSi    community develop- „ |d D T    have s0 ]d    suffered head injuries. meeting.    ment    consultant,    was    approved No objectors appeared at the    f or wor j c done 0 n    Lindale hearing on the park wiring proj-    d r i ve and Blairs Ferry    road in- ect held prior to the bid letting, tersection study project. Council approval was given a Q A(lorney Robcrt j Stonc teenth avenue report from City Clerk Mildred     authoriled t# prepare an given July 13. Stickney showing actual use of     ordjnance providing    , mtMVay    ♦    * revenue sharing funds during    traffic from west to east in the Reunion Set - their house at 2035 Twenty-fourth street to Mr. and Mrs. John M. Knodle of 2590 Seven-Possession was the period of July through June 30,1974. Trust Fund I, 1973 alley between Tenth and high school class * The Marion of 1964 will Iowa Slate Fair Sponsors Italian Queen Contest DES Italian MOINES Festival (AP) J- The committee of Eleventh streets and Seventh and Eighth avenues and the Actual expenditures were: Li- north-south alley from the b r a r I c s. $89,425; recreation, center of the block to highth av-$69,515; public safety, $13,486. immies. The trust fund report showed    stop Signs balance as of June 30, 19/3, was resolution was approved au- Authorizing the installation of stop received from July through June 30, $155,640; interest earned, $5,444; total funds available, $315,222; total amount expended, $172,426 and balance as of June 30, 1974, was $142,897. Council approval was given a request by the Marion Chamber of Commerce to plant trees in the downtown area. hold its tenth anniversary re-j t h is year ' s “The Discoverers” union Saturday at 6:30    p.m.    at    j owa S { a { e f a j r    w jn    sponsor an the Longbranch. All    members    italian Queen    contest, Larry are invited to attend.    Scalise, committee    chairman. * *    *    said Friday. Does your pharmacy provide Contestants must be single, the professional service and at- ages 17 through 21 and an Iowa 1Q74 totaled si & ns for the cast * west traffic on 19/4, loidieu Twelfth and Fourteenth avenues at the Twenty-ninth street intersections. The east-west traffic at the intersections of Eleventh, Fifteenth, Sixteenth, Eighteenth and Nineteenth avenues on the same street will have yield signs. The council ordered the police mosphere your family deserve? We do! Sorg Pharmacy. — Adv. Receives Grant Renovation of Approval was subject to va- pub)ic scrvices director cating of alleys in the downtov ^ community development area where tree plantmgs were consultant t0 study Thirty-first set. Tile council voted to r .    1 street which was recently paved between McGowan boulevard and the north city limits for • I ex J* J lst °P si S n installations and no Bridge btu died parking signs along the east . .    ..    side of the street. Marion’s park board is study- ing the possibility of renovating     1,011(1    wasie!) a bridge over a water outlet on Councilman Hurley Hall told park property which runs into the council the smaller county Indian creek on the city’s south communities are planning to set side. The board, at its Thursday night meeting, decided to renovate the present foot bridge over the small stream as a temporary measure. When the Krumboltz property up a commission to handle solid wastes. Marion was invited to join the group. Grundy said he will consult with the Hiawatha mayor on the matter. Hall recently attended a meet- DES MOINES (UPI) - Law Enforcement Assistance Administration (LEAA) officials have awarded a $184,000 grant to the Iowa Crime Commission to finance the planning of improve-1 will be chosen to reign over the ments to the state’s criminal Italian festivities of the Iowa justice system.    'State Fair, Aug. 16-25. resident. One of the parents must be of Italian descent. The contest is based on beauty and personality, said Scalise. Entries must be postmarked on or before Aug. 8 and semi-: final judging will be held Aug. 9 with finals Aug. IO. A queen and four attendants for capital outlay; $14,000 for debt service; $9,000 for transfers; $84,729 for federal programs and $25,000 contingency for transportation of private school students. The budget hearing is set for Aug. 8. Change Orders The board also approved five change orders for the various construction projects in the district. They approved an add of $530 for Zobac Construction to move a door and change a type of door; add of $1,777 to .Justice Electric to run a telephone duct; add of $343.60 to Turnquist Carpets for replacing carpet with tile in the serving area of the cafeteria, putting tile in a closet and vestibule extension; add of $2,717 to Turnquist Carpets for carpeting the Education Services center and add of $968 to B. G. Brecke for digging a water line. The district’s architect also told the board the bids for equipment for the junior-senior high addition had been opened and a report on the bids would be made to the board. He gave a progress report on the construction of the junior-senior high addition and the Educational Services center. Other Action In other action the board: Approved second reading of a policy concerning insurance and annuities. Passed a motion favoring placing a one-half mill levy for playground maintenance on the Sept. IO ballot. Approved a motion to rebid the Indian Creek elementary school roof project. Approved the appointments of Dell Magnuson, high school; Jerry Kueper, elementary school, and Marilyn McKee, high school. 'the Cfcluf l\npub (SttjrHe Established in 1183 bv The Gazette Co Ona published dally and Sunday at 500 Third ave SE, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 57406 Second class postage paid at Cedar Rapids. Iowa. Subscription rates by carrier 95 cents a week. By mail: Night Edition and Sunday * Issues $3.75 a month, $39.00 a year: Afternoon Editions and Sunday 7 Issues $3.85 a month, $40.00 a year. Other states and U.S. territories $60 OO a year. No Mail Subscriptions accepted In areas having Gazette carrier service. The Associated Press is entitled exclusively to the use for republication of all the local news printed in this newspaper as well as all AP news dispatches. H-£ J}- J}- J}- J}- SPECIAL OFFER FOR JULY 1974 Jj-*)-*)-J}- HAPPY 198th BIRTHDAY AMERICA! 4th of JULY SPECIAL ONE PRICE is developed into    a    park,    the    ing of the smaller municipalities board probably will    build    a per-    concerning tho solid waste and mancnt bridge.    landfill problems. The bridge carries foot traffic Grundy told the council the of youngsters attending Menzter Hennessey Brothers had accept-school. Location is near South ed the access design as prc-Eighth street and southwest of pared by City Engineer Terry Krumboltz drive.    Chew from their property on The board authorized the Marion boulevard and First parks department to prepare a street. The lane is being counproposal for security lighting in sidered by the state for a liquor Willow park and adjacent Story- store, book Land. The proposal will be    In othre action. Hie council: given to the city council for ac-    Approved first reading of an tion.    ordinance adding a section to Bituminous Materials, Inc., |    - Marion, informed the board it OUR 1776 PRICE INCLUDES, AT NO EXTRA CHARGE: ♦Single Vision Lenses * Bifocal Lenses ♦ Trifocal Lenses * Tinted Lenses ♦ Impact resistant lenses which meet F D A. requirements ♦Your choice of any frame in our large selection (wires frames SIO extra) Bring your EYE PHYSICIAN’S (M D.) or OPTOMETRIST'S prescriptions to be accurately filled. DOWNTOWN CEDAR RAPIDS 106 FIRST ST., S E. TELEPHONE 364-2122 ti OPEN ALL DAY MONDAY THRU SATURDAY-^    & plans to return to Thomas park next week to re-surface the tennis court and to surface the area in front of the department’s maintenance shop. 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