Cedar Rapids Gazette, July 24, 1974, Page 8

Cedar Rapids Gazette

July 24, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 24, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Wed., July 24. 1974 Council Okays Social Services Final Arguments in Iowa Beef Trial -    •    ,    •    i NEW Y0RK (A P) ~ Final Reorganization arguments are scheduled !Wednesday in (he seven-week 'trial of Iowa Beef Processors, I Inc., and its co-founder and chairman, Currier J. Holman, on charges of conspiring to bribe supermarket and labor union officials here. Shelter Has a Sheltie —Gazstte Photo bv Dale Hankins This 1 '/* to 2-year-o!d Sheltie has neither home nor name, but, say Humane Society officials, it would make an excellent pet for children. Shelties are much like a Collie in appearance and temperament, but smaller in size. The Humane Society shelter is on Mt. Vernon road SE and is open IO a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday. The dog has no shots. Adoption fee is $10. i Registration at Kirkwood Eases tor Some Students New arts and sciences stu-, dents who complete their applications by Aug. 8 will receive some special attention this summer from Kirkwood Community college. Kirkwood officials announced a new program of small group j early registration activities for Aug. 12-19. “We want to give new students more personal attention and at the same time to make registration less painful.” said Don Williams, head of counseling at Kirkwood. Mail Notice Williams said students who complete application for the fall term by Aug. 8 will receive mail, notice about the early registration program. He said the system will permit applicants to complete the registration process in three hours. registration sessions Aug. 26. 27. The Kirkwood fall quarter opens Aug. 28. Only new, full-time students will take part in the early registration. Full-time students are those taking at least 12 hours of academic credit. Part-time students may register by telephone at 398-5517, or at the Aug. 26-27 regular registration. Registration bulletins containing the fall term class schedule at Kirkwood are available at the Kirkwood admissions office in Linn hall. Six groups of ten students each will be scheduled daily. Each group will be assigned a Kirkwood counselor and faculty member to answer questions and assist with the registration process. Fall Quarter Students applying to Kirkwood after Aug. 8 will be required to attend the regular Four Residences at Lamont Are Entered LAMONT — Four residences; were broken into here Tuesday {light, with thieves netting about $225 from purses and wallets. Buchanan county Deputy Sheriff John McCroy, who lives here, was summoned Wednesday morning to investigate breakins at the residences of Carl Neumann, Onie Prindle, Bob Cowles and Carl Allenstein. Purses and wallets were discarded on lawns of the residences after they were emptied i authorities said. Former Benton Sheriff Named To Po I ice Post BELLE PLAINE - A former Benton county sheriff will return to the county next month as Belle Plaines police chief. ..Harold Burch, who did not seek re-election as sheriff two years ago’ was named to the Belle Plaine post during city council action Monday night. . Burch, now police chief at Clarksville, will succeed Richard Novotny, who resigned to accept duties with the North I Western railroad as a brakeman. Novotny’s resignation was accepted Monday. ..In addition to five years as Benton county sheriff, Burch also is a former Laporte City and Parkersburg police officer. ..As Belle Plaine police chief, he will head a four-man department. He assumes his duties here Aug. 15. DES MOINES (AP) - The Iowa executive council approved on Monday creation of 16 “social service district administrators” to head the department of social services field offices being created under a reorganization of welfare services. Each of the district administrator positions will carry a salary range under the state merit employment system of $14.136 to $19,896 a year. The council approved on July 15 the reorganization plan presented by Social Services Commissioner Kevin Burns. He said the plan is eventually to provide I “one stop” service for welfare applicants and recipients in all 1 areas of the state. The reorganization also will I provide better overview of wel-I fare programs. Burns said. The total number of department employes will not be I changed by the reorganization because the department asked for deletion of 16 other positions. Nine of the positions to be I abolished are at the Annie Wit-tenmeyer home in Davenport, which the legislature has or-| derel closel by July I, 1975. The others are social service director posts in Monona, Delaware and Warren counties, and social worker positions in the ; area offices at Burlington, Mason City and Creston. Outdoor Exhibit At Wood Park Slated Sunday ANAMOSA — Grant Wood; | Memorial park will be the scene j | of the 19th annual Paint ’n' Palette club outdoor art exhibit from I to 5 p.m. Sunday. Grant Woods first school is restored to the late 1890s appearance as it was when Wood! attended. In honor of the famous I student the' country school1 I serves as a museum housing prints and mementoes of Wood’s life and art career. The Paint ’n’ Palette club is a non-profit organization of amateur artists depending upon dues and donations to maintain the park and buildings. Plans for the outdoor art exhibit include several hundred paintings by members, continuous activities for both children and adults, the Oxford Junction Polka band concert from 2 to 3, a used book sale, and a 50-painting silent auction. The park is four miles east of | Anamosa on highway 64. Summations by defense attorneys Jeffery Atlas and Richard Wynn, and the prosecutor, Asst. Dist. Atty. Franklyn Snitow, are to be made in Manhattan supreme court in the nonjury trial being presided over by Justice Burton B. Robert. Named to Dean’s List GREENCASTLE, Iud. - Two Eastern Iowa students at De-Pauw university have earned academic distinction on the Dean’s List. They are—Jacqueline Cochran and Jeanette Cochran, Mt. Vernon, juniors. Ll. of I. Prof Receives Lilly Research Award IOWA CITY — University of Iowa Pharmacy Professor David P. Carew is one of four professors in the nation selected to receive a $5,000 research award from the biological sciences component of Eli Lilly research laboratories. The award will provide a research stipend, tuition and research expenses for a predocto-ral graduate student under Professor Carew’s direction, and is renewable for a second year. Robert Krueger, graduate student in medicinal chemistry and natural products, has been designated as the Lilly Predoc-toral Fellow for 1974-75. The four awards are made to professors who have demonstrated research and teaching abilities, particularly at the pre-doctoral level. Coupal Begins Duties Monday In U.S. Post AMES — Although his official appointment has yet to be announced, Iowa director of highways Joseph Coupal is scheduled to begin work Monday as assistant to th*' federal highway director. Friday is to be his last day in the Iowa post. Howard Gunnerson. chief engineer of the highway commission, is also serving a? temporary director of the newly formed Department of Transportation. The seven-member DOT commission held its first formal meeting Wednesday following the regular highway commission meeting. $100,000 Com Shortage Blamed On Speculation DES MOINES — (IDPA) — A shortage of 46.801 bushels of corn, valued in excess of $100,-000. in an Eastern Iowa grain elevator is blamed on the operator’s losses in playing the board of trade. At a hearing in Des Moines Monday, Wallace Dick, head of the commission’s warehouse division, said tile shortage at Brauns Feed and Grain at Conesville, in Muscatine county, represented 88.6 percent of the warehouse’s total obligations. At the conclusion of the hearing, Gary Ankeny, counsel for the commission, asked that the firm’s grain warehouse license be revoked. No one was present to represent Brauns. It Pays To Advertise Appointed MCGREGOR — Ira Moody, owner of Moody’s Musical Museum here, has been appointed as McGregor's second representative on the Prairie du Chien Area Chamber of Commerce board of directors. 30 YEARS AGO - marines landed on land. American' Tinian is- Advertise where people look . Use a want ad. Dial 398-8234. 30 YEARS AGO - R A E’ bombers dropped over 2.800 tons of explosives on the German naval base of Kiel. Ttlu Cf filar l\npwU (DnicHc ~ Establish ed frf HIT bv T he Gal e»t e C o. ana published daily and Sunddy at 500 Third ave. SE, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52406. Second class postage paid at Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Subscription rates bv carrier 95 cents a. week. Bv mail: Night Edition and Sunday 6 Issues S3.75 a month, $39 OO a year: Afternoon Editions and Sunday 7 issues S3.85 a month, $40.00 a veor. Other states and U.S. territories $60 OO a year. No Mail Subscriptions accepted in areas having Octette 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. Buy 2 Yards, et I FREE! Fantastic Fabric Sale Tmncmlous assortments included! • (lotion Prints • kettle ( loth • Polyester knits • (Ireprs • ( hildrcn s Prints • (Guiana Nylon Prints UY NOW! Groups include both light and dark colors, many ideal for fall sewing. Look for the specially marked ables. Hurry! ARMSTRONG FABRICS—FOURTH FLOOR WATLAND PRESENTS SHAGMOOR 74 exclusive at Armstrong's a special showing of the latest Shagmoor and Marie Helene Coats Thursday, July 25 - Friday, July 26 kxperience the pleasure of wearing a dressy fur trim or sophisticated un-trim coat designed to make you feel superbly dressed. These fabrics of highest quality are made especially for Under Bros. I ntrimmcd styles are priced from SI I.) to 8150. Fur trimmed. $175 to 8550. Sizes petite 4-16, missy 10-21. Coat pictured by Marie Helene The Show Stopper! Long-hair furs are in. All eyes will turn to the lady in the magnificent double breasted coat with opulent shawl collar and cuffs of dyed raccoon. For added dash, a handsome set-in belt both front and back. Fine quality fabrics in rich jewel tones. 8265 SPECIAL ORDERS TAKEN! Fur products lobal.d to thow country of origin. Mr. Bertrum Linder, President of Under Bros., I makers of Shagmoor and Marie llelene Coats, here to help you with your selection! quality is economy ;

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