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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 19, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Bowker Receives Pact for Library Air-Conditioning Linn-Mar Hearing Aug. 8 On Million Budget Uy I'at Peterson fur capital outlay; for The Uiin-Mar school board service; SS.UW for (Ytlar Kapids Gazette: Mi.. July 19, 1974 Thursday night authorized tli'j superintendent to prepare tin- i974-7j iuuu bmija'l oi pi the matter to the plan coinmis-ithe traffic 'sicii !or individual Larry Tanner Y'.vo Uius v.i IT approved one was deferred for study and review by Marion's council Thursday night. The bid of Tom Booker Son, Inc., Cedar Rapids. n..u, approved for the public library TweUth fur a comprehen- air-conditioning project. The! half of the north-south alleys reaming ordinance project; Bowker bid 533 969 tween Tenth and Eleventh; Approved cigarct permits for; Montgomerv Elevator Co .''I1 r.efls and Eleventh Donuts, G94 Seventh ave-! Molinc III was awarded the el-'lwelfth streets and Scvcnth ;ind nuc, and Drugtown, 279U Sev- evatorbid. Eighth avenues. Base bid was Alter-! Mayor William J. Grundy told, was 'accepted adding I the council the city engineer, code mi Alleys Included deleted by an ordinance e alleys would be vacat-'jamendment; Requested Herman. Thonip- north half of the community development to prepare and submit and! ccl: Tlf sixth avenues and Eleventh The proposed budget in- cludes for administra- tion; for instruction; for health service; for transportation; JIM' iixed charges; for operation and maintenance; for other school services; lor community services; Hit by Truck, srh i'iie r Autv 8. Orders and alternate two subtract- community development consul- five change orders various construction in the district. They approved an add of for Xobac (.'onslruclion to move a door and change a type of door; add of to Justice Kleetric to run a tele- phone duct; add of to Turiiquist Carpels for replac- ing carpet with tile in the serving area of the cafeteria, putting tile in a closet and Sell Houses Mr. and Mrs. dent of the Mesq'uakie Indian j vestibule extension: add of Robert McElrath have sold their-settlement near here is in criti-j to Turnquiiit Carpets for ed S800. Final total bid of Mont- tant and he water deparlmcn j tfiu ,hc Educ.ation gomcry accepted by the council! checked these areas and found hone and acreage at loutc was problema or conflicts with Center Point, to Mi. and B f; The library bids were opened; the tree plantings. [Samuel Overturf, route water line. July 10. The council accepted the re- IJnderground wiring project work at Legion Memo- city park was up for bids swimming pool and author- only one was received. ized a progress payment of Only Bid Final Payment It was from E and S Electrical) The final of the Mai-ion. Possession was given. Highway patrol reports said; The district's architect also July 15. This sale and the fol-! George Sanache van onto old! told the board lowing two were handled by! highway 30, three miles west of1 _ __ here jihnni .1-30 nm ThnrsrLiv. Contractors, Inc., Cedar Rapids, Engineer's estimate on the project was The bid was referred to the park board and its engineering} consultant for review with ac- tion set for the next council meeting. No objectors appeared at the hearing on the park wiring proj- ect held prior to the bid letting. Council approval was given a report from City Clerk Mildred Stickney showing actual use of revenue sharing funds during the period of July 1, 1973 through June Trust Fund Actual expenditures were; Li- fa r a r i e s recreation, public safety, The trust fund report showed j balance as of June 30, 1973, was revenue sharing funds received from July 1, 1973, through June 30, 1974, totaled interest earned, total funds available, total amount expended, and balance as of June 30, 1974, was Council approval was given a request by the Marion Chamber of Commerce to plant trees in the downtown area. Approval was subject to va- cating of alleys in the downtown area where tree plantings were set. The council voted lo refer Renovation of Bridge Studied Marion's park board is study- ing the possibility of renovating a bridge over a water outlet on park property which runs into Indian creek on the city's south side. The board, at its Thursday- night meeting, decided to reno- vate the present foot bridge over the small stream as a tem- porary measure. When the Krumboltz property developed into a park, the amount to be paid to the B. A. Westbrock Construction Co., Inc., firm for the work will be retained for a 30-day period. The progress payment of to Herman Thompson As- sociates, community develop- ment consultant, was approved for work done on the Lindale drive and Blairs Ferry road in- tersection study project. City Attorney Robert J. Stone was authorized to prepare an ordinance providing one-way traffic from west to east in the alley between Tenth and Eleventh streets and Seventh John Zachar, jr.. and Co, about p.m. Thursday, J .into the path ol a truck driven Realtors. Mr. and Mrs. Claude by Ear] McCreary, 45, Toledo. McCreary swerved the truck, E. Kuebler of Clearwaler, Fla., sold their and Eighth north-south avenues and alley from board probably will build a per- manent bridge. bridge carries foot traffic of youngsters attending Menzter school. Location is near South Eighth street and southwest of Krumboltz drive. center of the block to Eighth av- Stop Signs A resolution was approved au- thorizing the installation of stop signs for the east-west traffic on Twelfth and Fourteenth avenues at the Twenty-ninth street inter- sections. The east-west traffic at the in- tersections of Eleventh, Fif- teenth, Sixteenth, Eighteenth and Nineteenth avenues on the same street will have yield signs. The council ordered the police chief, public services director and community development consultant to study Thirty-first street which was recently paved between McGowan boulevard and the north city limits for stop sign installations and no parking signs along the east side of the street. Solid Wastes Councilman Hurley Hall told the council the smaller county communities are planning to set up a commission to handle solid wastes. Marion was invited to join the group. Grundy said he will con- sult with the Hiawatha mayor on the matter. Hall recently attended a meet- in? of the smaller municipalities concerning the solid waste and landfill problems. Grundy told the council the Hennessey Brothers had accept- ed the access design as pre- pared by City Engineer Terry Chew from their property on The board authorized boulevard and First parks department to prepare a j street. The lane is being coun- proposal for security lighting injsidered by the state for a liquor Willow park and adjacent Story- store, book Land. The proposal will bei In othre action, the council: given to the city council for ac- Approved first reading of an lion. [ordinance adding a section to Bituminous Materials. Inc., Marion, informed the board it investment property attempting ni .1 ______ i_ Hut" thfi Tin to miss the child, at 1011 Third avenue Mrs. Richard P. Heffernen rural Coggon. Possession will settlement, given Aug. 1. Mr. and Mrs. and Alvin Sanache, Cedar Falls.! Harold D. Tenney have sold! suffered head injuries, their house at 2035 Twenty-' fourth John M. Knodle of 2590 Seven- teenth avenue. Possession was given July 13. Reunion Set The Marion high school class of 1964 will hold its tenth anniversary re- union Saturday at p.m. at the Longbranch. All members are invited to attend. Does your pharmacy provide the professional service and at- mosphere your family deserve? We do! Sorg Pharmacy. Adv. Receives Grant DES MOINES (UPI) Law Enforcement Assistance Admin- istration (LEAA) officials have awarded a grant to the Iowa Crime Commission to fi- nance the planning of improve- ments to the state's criminal justice system. the bids for equipment for the junior- scnior high addilion had been opened and a report on the bids would bo made to the board. He gave a progress report on the construction of addition Services The child, son of Marlene San-i 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. 10 ballot. Approved a motion lo 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. to Mr andput tne was struck by the the junior-senior high a of rigllt flont corncr of thc ami the Educational X street to Mr. and Mrs.jlowa State FdlT Sponsors Italian Queen Contest DES MOINES (AP) The Italian Festival committee of this year's "The Discoverers" Iowa state fair will sponsor an Italian Queen contest, Larry Scalise, committee chairman, said Friday. Contestants must be ages 17 through 21 and an Iowa 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. 10. A queen and four attendants will be chosen to reign over the Italian festivities of the Iowa State Fair, Aug. 16-25. (Dtfditr and DUbllshed daily and Sunday at 500 Third ave. SE, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52406. 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