Cedar Rapids Gazette, July 30, 1974, Page 35

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July 30, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 30, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 18 The Cedar Kapids Gazette: July 3u, Catholic Church Lost Millions in Investment Scheme, Paper Claims Report Jump in Mot U-nch. 16685. KANSAS CITY The principals La Salettc Fathers in Att'.cboi-o. I.arsjesi Seb: -Mass., los: millions of dollars in jiui ihe abortive a plan make money "may i Ihi! finar.dal setback for Ca: Catholic Reponor .cays- 'ihc an dent Catholic- weekly published here, said in editions scheduled for street sales on Friday that it Church in WASHINGTON The Census Bureau repvried Mon- amount o: money state iHid local :...u... syend on Tile paper saiii ihe Exchange con- ;inf ducted investigation but "de- pushed cided not to press charges be- payroiis bv M pero between Oc- Uuiliini Dropped tint Mate as: The iv.-wspaivr said the in- ci .esimeni plau'was presented !i> biUiun. encom- Bishop Joseph Green of the inc passes ot Neva- Reno diocese about five- ciion was requu-eo 10 save tne put in aboilt 5, 5 minion tlioccso and tne La Saiette Fa- local liad learned "a massive rescue was the largest the jump 0! Iti.R pen-en! in ago by the Rev. Kene Sauve. 195S- :ind loi'al Other Catholic groups provid- then treasurer of the 1 aSalette eminent empkn mem moveci thers_.rom acfaulimg on bonds Cli lho balancu ;i[ from 10.8 million million. of a Chicago age firm. I'ncler Fattier Sauve' anil loans million." Midwestern Campus Purchase Considered Schma- firm, with the money raised deka. vice-president of Mahan- the paper said. The Reporter said it was un- "Most of the money for the uider Father Sauve's propos- able lo establish the actual loss rescue operation came in the al. the diocese would sell bonds or the kind of investment in-; form of gifts and loans from to ihe public through the broker- volved in the non-profit group Catholic dioceses, individual which came 10 be known as the bishops, religious orders those sales going to the Si. shi Internationa! university. St. Joseph Trust Fund. It said other Catholic organizations. In Joseph Trust Fund the paper inspecting the campus of the said. The fund would then invest former Midwestern college as the money, the newspaper a possible new site for the Cali- "Those who know what went iornia school, wrong are not talking, but it Schmadeka, who earlier vis- was learned that about two ited the ('arsons college campus Federal Aid for Streets Awaits Report Completion The Linn county rcgionala sanitary sewer collection pro- planning commission was told gram. The grant is 75 percent of Monday night it would be point-jthe total project cost, less to make farther attempts toj A request by Cedar Rapids for secure federal funding for a j from 'the department of street widening project in Cedar j housing and urban development Rapids. !to fund the social planning pro- Planning Director Don Snlyer: "ram- said the funding will automatic An application by Midwest cally become available for the [Development Co. for approval project widening and other from the federal housing ad- improvements on Sixteenth ave-jministration for Hoover Place nue SW when, a major addition. plan is adopted. The plan, he said, will be ready for adoption before thc paperwork necessary to con- vince the federal highway ad- ministration to waive the re- quirement can be completed. Salyer said he expects the streets plan to be ready for review by the commission at its August meeting. The highway commission an- mounced early this summer that federal funding for Cedar Rapids projects would not be forthcoming until the plan was adopted. The decision left three local projects up in the air and the regional planning commis- sion joined the city council in asking that funding for those three projects be supplied. The highway commission t agreed to go ahead with im-i provements to Bowling street: SW and to the Sixteenth avenue j viaduct, but not to sections of! Sixteenth avenue, itself. In other business, the plan- ning unit accepted reports of the housing and transit studies, and heard Assistant Planning Direc- tor Bob Madson report on what assistance the commission staff years the investments Fairfield, said Monday by the fund began to and others are the Reporter said. .Judy Ridenour, i6j25vpriysicai lowa' lalcr It1an Autlusl ri School Board Jour- nal, Sub.............. Amoco Oil Co., 16312, 16493, Gass Audio 'Visual Center. 16246, 16131, 16463, 16698, Films Baker and Taylor, 16224, 16435, Books Barron Motor, 16371, Paris.............. Judv Barta, 16304. EXD Beckley Cardv, 16396, screen Best_Rental, 16375, 16439, 16756, 16443, Fish ___ 16239, 16241, 10414, 16674, 16675, 16733, SUDDlies IBM, 16352, 16503, 16613, Rental IBM, 15556, 16023, 16167, Maint. Insurance Co. of North Ameri- ca, 16131, 16558, TSA International Harvester Co., 16390, 16391, 16713, 16719. 16720, Repairs la. Assoc. of School Boards, 16631, Awards 39.00 'a- Audio Visual, 16335, Equip, la. Beanna, 16337, 16515, Sup- 120.00 lo. tleclnrr Light and Power, 82.10 16541, 16575, 16S24, 39.00 757.62 652.00: music Eble Music Co., 16446, music Carma Lou's Mouse of Music, 16447, rental Press, 15451, books... 4 70 i Heckman Bindery. -16454, books j N a t i o n a I Science Teachers Assoc., 16437, book........... I Kelly Security Services, 16453, 337.o91 services 31200 Natalie Tagnetti. 16J59, mileage 1 073 04! Wpstmcjhouse Learninq Corp., i 16462, books 39 CO Stock Market Course, 16463, educ. mat.......-------- University cf Michigan, 16464, 32-106' SUD........................... Air-Lire Products, 16465, guide 16466, .10 i Iowa Emoloyment" j 16570, Dist. Share 32.001 15.431 1Q.73J 72.93: 160.75 97.S8 I Securiiy 16142, -a 16113, '16361, 16544, Gas....... la News, 16253 16455, Books.............. la. Pipe and Supoly 16499, 16751, la. Public Fmpl. Ret. System, 16104, 16569, Sh.ire la. Radio Supply, 16355, 16504, 617-00 i 16753, 13.70 la. State m m Film, Ren. Jensen, 16476, Mileaae -...'Joint Co Systems. 16216, 16423, 73.00, ifis50, 167B5, Services Lenta Jost, 16303, 16480, 16706, 20.32i Expenses ,n_ rn' Jostens, Diplomas 493.001 Josten-s Cfltabq Card Corp 16783, Rook; i Gary Ray, 16474, mileage 2a 653 55 i David Ulrick, 16475, mileage Paul Cox, 16477, meetinq i Kathy Youno, 16473. coiw....... 39 C69 99 i Bud's Hydraulic Jack, 164B7, 14 79 parts physical Conic. If, Susar. cal Aria Pellev, 16495, physical 153.6.'' Eastern la. Laundry, 16497, 23 226 02 Sexauer." 1649S, suDPlics....... Belti Electric, 16500, reoairs 149.20, Assoc., 1S501, SUP- 2ca IQ! Ray's 16502. rccairs V-M Corp., 16503, A-V mat. F. Burns. 16507, mainf. 16520, supplies j MidlanH Laboratories, 16522, 227.27 117.23 '3t. A-V Vices. Schedule Graduation At Upper Iowa FAYETTE Upper Iowa col- lege will conduct commence- ment exercises Aug. 2. at 10 a.m. in Garbee hall speaker will be .1. J. King director of administration for the Cincinnati Electronics Corp. King's topic is "A Pane of His- For !he first lime, .students of the external degree will receive BA degrees in business administration ant public administration. Of the graduates, 3G are in the external degree program. The festivities will begin a graduation procession from Alexandcr-Dickman hall to Garbee hall, at which time com- mencement will be held. Colesburg Lodge Honors Member COLKSBURG Constellation tu! Masonic lodge No. 67. will honor 15 one of its members, Dean Maiiory Sunday for having com- ploled 60 years of membership. Mr. and Mrs. Mallory will he conic the guests at a pot luck dinner Ihe Masonic temple at noon and a program will follow ai p.m. Members of Constellation ;md'ri' friends are invited. Kent Wheeler, 16531, keys E. Coh.T and Sons, Inc., 15533, Sharo Electronics Corp., 16536, calculators Audio Visual, 16537, EUDDlies MASSP, 16540, workshop lows University, 163-15, I.S.U. Enaineerinq Ext., 165-ii, WorkshoD Goraia Fowler, 16576, Physical Ted Vorciwaid, Physical Rcorda Associates, 16645, Carvln WesscI, 16573. Physical Aricne Aibamh, Physical 14530, Physi- ar Ashley, 16532, Physical Janda, 16533, Physical Marilyn Nidey, 165S4, Physical Arlinq Huqhes, 16535, Physical Pfilrrifl Conrad. Physical Bill Ransier, 16537, Physical Charles Boots, 165S8, Physical Arthur Steen, 165S9, Physical Donaid Scnulter, Ie590. Ptivsical Junior Ussery, 16571, Physical John Buntinq, 16592, Physical Howard Gardner, 16593, Phvai- 170.42HCati Salvage, Maint ,T nfl Keller-Hull, 16629 Supplies 87.00 Inc.. 16377, 16530, SUP- Mutual Life' 16125, STATE OF IOWA IOWA STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION OFFICIAL NOTICE To tho citizens of Linn County, Iowa: NOTICE OF SALE-PROJECT NOTES CITY OF CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA SfjIetf propojals rc-ccivccl b loina business _ _ Iowa (tri Hellman Truckino Co., Inc., Pilot Gi Keynote ZJS of the transfer of Liguid Transport Carri- er Certificate of Convergence and sttv No. Lc-10 which authorizes the porffltion of liquid orcducts in ba- t.vecri all ooints in the Stale of IQ.V.I. The Commission h'ir. Tirf Sectember 10. 1974, fen (10 a.m. tit tho office cf the io.v.i m-rce Commission, .Mh Streets. DCS Wo inc-j, Ic.v.i. for ,MO' 16S09, 34.92, t j 4-4fl '-55 i Parker Pub. Co., 16301, book Pitney-Bowes, Inc., 16353, i6409, _ 16643, postage................ 3-66; posimasTer, 16099, 16109, 16146, i i 6392, 16539, 16222, 3JH5j 16773, postage................ Prdfr cone. Media, 16183, PrudentYal "insV 3'-24; TSA iRana McNally, 16243, books Rochester Germicide Co., 16370, 1W19, supolies............ 15.00i Rock Island Motor Transit Co., ]0-M' Royal lu.uu eauiomc-nt Scholastic Bock Services, 16358, 16453, books.............. Scholastic Magazines, 16339, 965QiScolt, 16419', sears, 7ni Plies Singer 16444, jlome ec_ _........ Society for Visual Educ., 16215, 16450, lilms............... rt? Sorg Pharmacy, Inc., 16309, spahn Rose Lumber Co., i 16513, 16744, supplies......... "5.93.standard Oil Co., 16311, 16432, Dond 16567, TSA ,n-S2' Supr. of Documents, hook O.CO T3ridy LoatMer Co., 16343, IU.LJU arts, mat Taylor Music Co., 16269, 16421, 16690, music............... lO.CQ.Team 16387, cauio- Main., 10.00: IU.LJJ univr-rsity Compulcr Center, 10-CO iii57t services 0.00 Weter Cc., 16752, supplies........ 10.00 '15721, SUpHpMesC" 0. Waffle Book Co., U227, bocks West Co., 163-51, repairs 10.CO western Transporldtion Co., '.Vilcox' "Follett Co.', 10.CD '.Volvcrine Sports Supply, 143H, P.c. mat...............-.. W o r I d Rcok Encyclopedia. :'j7, Yearbooks Xero' Education Pub., 16251, bcoks Xerox Corp., 16354, 14737, ser- vice-; 1C.CO IQ'CO .'75 J r Supplies, .....T la? 25 iotiyenir Pencil Co., 16764, SUP- Plies fJ-Y. Ainleiic Supply Co., ijj iO Supplies C.R. Surplus Slore, I676S, Sup- 13.00 P'ics ?j la. Siaie 16763, SUD- W.-ivfiowbr Transit '16770'. 5 75 Univeraiiy of Cmcago J6776, Qcok, 65J Book; National Computer Systems, 27.03' Tests 'Walt Diiney Educ. Materials, 7c9.35 16730, A-V mat 20.00; Association Sterling' Films, tilm renlal ___ 13.00 Nancy Suinerlana, io7oi, ex- penses lO.CO.iY.arilyn Ellis, 16790, expenses Research Press, lo792, took 10.00' The Council of State Gov., Io754, nook 24.12 Esther Sharbo, 16795, conl. fee David Ulrich, 16796, mile-aoe Lunch, 16798, supplies 125.43: Cocnroci Wrecker Crane 67.E5; Serv., 16799, services........ j Linn LO. Heanrt Deot., 16300, services C. K. Ford Tracior, 16B01, 53.01! supplies 5.50 Fox Frame and Axle Service, 16802, services B9.35 Don Coleman, 16803, supplies 32.52 Pitisburg Paint, 16804, supplies Harold Boddicker, 163Q6, ex.- 51.00 j penses........................ Harold Ott, 16S07, expenses 40.00- Maurice Mitchell, 16S03, ex- Laurene Cordes Jchn Miriam Corkerv 350 TnoT.as Correra .V.arcij Coiiriii ,o Lvnad Courscn HOA-ard Cox Alexanaria DaOijcl 24.00 Wallace De v.ocdv Frances Derhammer isi.vi Davia Derhammer, Helen Derr...... 6.jO James Dettoarn Cirrdl Dickcn Juoitn Dicken..... Florence Dickinson -.zu Duane Diliehay Bdrtara Drexler Ebert .v.arv Lou tdaburn 13 76' 3-24 Nancy Edwards' 1 Haincia EnrenDerger 51 Mary Eldridqe Coralie himrr-> 15.20 Joyce Entibri Dia ei ion 26.06 152.55 635.92 an 1n 9U-10 penses Donald Coleman, penses Ernest Fear, 16S1D, expenses 7.60 td McDowell, 16311, expenses 118.90 Farmers Elevator Co., 16315, supplies 35.10] Bob Paulson, 16S16, expenses 524.60] Dixie Lofton, 16313, services Erb's Office Services, 16820, 125.601 adder.................... Marion Ind. School Dist., 16B21, 245.00! irans. 165.15' Gibson and Lambert-Pennum 24.49 Books, J6a26, books 30.001 Manufacturer's Life Ins. Co., 16095, lo3V4, insurance BrUStl H746' sup" I Marion 'sup-' Marion Hardware, i plies 15 001 Water Dept., 16117, Mass.'Mutual -Ins. insurance 449.13: Charles E. Merrill Books, Inc., 16644, bOOKS........ Typewriter, 16814, re- 26-34; Piir5.................... Roger Messeny, expenses 20-06; Me Too Store, 16310, supplies i-i Life Ins. Co., 16133, 16560, TSA iMerrojJolhan Supply Co., 16137, 16442, 16754, 16822, supplies Micro- fecnnology, ser- vices _, John C. Moeller, 16294, 16702, mileage jo en I Morris Sanford Co., 16IE5, 16404, 16632, supplies ij.vu wai_ council of Teachers of nftl Eng., 1627B, subscription...... National Geoqraohic Society, 16223, 16432, 16665, books...... I National Scnool Record House, c ..i 16306, forms Nonnwestern Bell, 16116, 16574, ,.9 nn! 16825, phone bill Nonnwestern Mutual Life Ins., 16561, TSA............ 39.00 Nat. Life Ins. Co., 16135, 16562, TSA __ ,n! Ruay NovaK, loloi, mileage ___ 37.50'Occidental Life Ins. 33.00'John Enqc-i 6loo. Ellen Ernst'' Georqe bvanj U.co N. Jeraldine Evers 50 CO t-uciile Fairley 23.75 Charles Farris 6.10 hrnest Fear Janet Federer 30.CO: Diane- Felahaus Joann Felt; 7.501 John Ferree Ruth Ferris 3.04! Rosalie Fiqqe I Rosalvn Fiqae 23 50l Marilyn Finn 1 77l Rooert Finney B.26! Karen Finpinqer i Eldean Fisher 23.67' George Follmer Ford Beity Fcriier 2153 Lois Foster Nancy hosier Gerald Fowler 24.55'Donald Fredenckson 25.11 IMerle Freed i Linda Frisch 240.CO i Margaret Fromm 36-341 Betty Fry 53 35 Kenneth Fry '--nes Card Howard Gardner Donna Cearhart _ Bonna Gehring j Irene Gehring 20 72' Nicholas Georqe [Connie Gerber 723 G7 l Joan Gerber Ke1hV Gerlich Betty Gibbens Julie Gibbens Gail Gibbs Michael Gibney Twvla Gilbert Robert Gilchnst Mary Gill 'jHelene Giuchic HO 05 !5-9Bj Helene Giuchici I Dorothea Glattly j Marion Goehrinq i. i Kent Gooch "j Nancv Goodlove OT Rockland Goodwin .7.' I Mabel Gore ioa David Gorman Gralec Grabau Griswold Marilyn Griswold J7H73l-'ean Gross -1'8-73 William Grove Lana Gundacker Jeanne Hscker Rachel Hackmann Greta Haines MS Halverson 3 Shirley Hammes is no Donna Hammond Pamela Hancock M 4n! David Haney Elizabeth Hanna cc TO Jeannette Harbaugh Rachel Harbauqh Ruth Hargrafen Marilyn Harken Madalyn Harms Dennis Harris Vicki Hartung Judy Hauqen Jesse Hawley Jr Michael Hay Thomas Hay Elizabeth Hem John Hein 157 11 J 639.61 John Heitz Marqaret Henke 7S.Oi Caryl Henry Ethel Herring Sussn Hightshoe Eldo Hilmer 343 49' Aqnes Hinrnan .Constance Htnman 23 B7i rra'9 Holrien :Mariorie Holdmo 473 -QiHozel Holland i Diane Hollinosworth 16 3o i Elizabeth Holmgren Uohn Holub 53 79 Robert Hoiub ,Kirk Horion 13.96'Janice Houlahan E3a Karen Hoyt ,5uanne Huffman 31.47 Arlene Huqhes iArlina Huahes 723.21: Margaret Huqhes i Ronald Hulsebus Hultguist .Mary Humphrey 374.39 Corrine Hutchins Iliff 185.26-Laverne Jackson iJulia Jaeger 43.94: Cindy James Gertrude James Juan Jsnda Joann Jenkins Jensen i Marilyn Johanos 9.20 -'uoy Johnson Bonnie Jones 300.00-Martha Joseph Jost 1E2.12 Dorothy Juett Jerry Juett 605.51 Daryl Julich Rowanne Julich 59-85 Alan Kacere Ttiflun-' Kacere 49.39 Carol Kane i Patricia Keefe 270.54 Rosemary Barbara Kellncr 1 Lvnn Kelloaa 236.40 Susan Kennedy Samuel Kielty jS.50 Irene Alan Kirkost 503.54 Elvis Kirkcatrick Peaqy Kirkcatrick 107.39 Paul Knaoo Kousfman 323.J9 jon Kohl 20-00 Susan Konsdorf ._ Jo Ann Koia Jon Kratz 8-3 Charles Krctschmer 1S.. Lerov Kruskoa Carol Kurth E3 54 Barbara Laflin lli93 Richard Larson 10 00 Kiiroi] Adair 10 00 petcr Adam Alb-iudh 10.00 10 00 Patncia Andorton lo'on Bvrcn Arnold ICiOO Michael Arnold 10.00 P'Tricu Ara DonrBaccn B; '-3 karma Bailey Hem Barker Ft ,11 "00 Lucille Me m a.-ta Evclvn McCari Msrtha McCormack (04.00 Arnold Me Coy .-n.ini Mc Do-well Krisline MC Guirc 1 Mr Kain 76.00 prances Mc Master Me Murray B 9.M Chrtrlolfp Miller B.B16 ;5 Dorothy Miller _ A5.00 Miller Wiiv'nu Miller Milt-. 74 K.iy Mltf hell hp'll John Mwllcr 8ftFI.ll t KM Willi.i.n TwilV flO; .It.y! i. i Mowtcr fl4[ Dchhio Murphy Murphy liniolhy weaalt SOO.W'Arn Nob'elt 3 iMir.Ck Ni-lsn KaTnstifie KOffiS Braaiev NOVJK SC'J M 186.4y Pert rat; 3; -n Helen Ponrcit Csitl c.-UO.SC Jurv Pnn-.rrer 343 A'.crnll Prciko. Purteil 705.60 i Doris Henier Frances f Berina Rein l Srepl-.en Reynold Juoy R.aenour 'li5 00 Rl-k 13.059.93 12.50 75.00 ColeVie Rop'o Susan Royal Carole Ruaisn Deborah Sacetta Arthur Saidana V.liO.VZ Scott Sco i Mai jaret Scoit 1 Seller Snarcn Seikora Setter Sharbo 25 Siders Slders Daniel Sindrlir Sieklocha 5iekocha H, Skalsky Ronald Skelley Cynthia Smith Douglas Smith Soalti Sparrgrove Scurqeon U13I35 St. Germain Ruth Stark 295.80 V3r( Starks Gail Stearns Stearns 147 Steen 9 923 Steen Ann Steffes 564 Steitzer Debbie Stenerson Helen Stephen Robert Stephens Judv Stevenson Streff 91.00 Suchomel Nancy Sutherland Betty Suzuki Yvonne Swan son Sykora 12.50 3.609.50 Svkora Gary Tapp Mary Tharo Thomas 3 676 Thomas Thompson Thompson Thompson Thompson Thompson i Thompson Thorton Ttiurman 76 Tilden 159 Tomy Tracta Travis Tsui 1, Turner Turner Twaddle Ulrick Underwood 1 1 Underwood Unruh Ussery Wendell Ussery Vaden Van Dellen Van Englehoven Carlene Vandewalle Vesey 1 Vinson Villengl Vogel Vorwald Walter Wallers Warner Warren Webert 31.35 Weirather Nancy Weller Wendel Wennekamp 148.00 Wessel Vickie Westcott Westerpaard Whalen XVheeler Wick Wilier Willoy Williams Williams Williams Wohlers Wood Woods Worth Wort man Wright Yeisley Young Young Zemanek Zimpfer Payroll '.mBSJ SCHOOLHOUSE FUND EXPENSES 275.00, Acme Electric ,522, Elec. Work 3 G. Brecke, Inc., 520 Mech. Work........................ El. View Conslruclion, 521, Construction ers Slate Sank, 514, 516, 524, B3.563.00 676.00 11.40 23.49450 First National Bank, Coupons B.G. Brecke, JS6 Mech. Work El. View Construction, 437, 1.738.14j Construction i Acme Electric. 438. Elec. Work S3 El. View Construction, 439, i-iO.so; Rock Walkway.......... J3S.65 Champman and Cutler, 490, 171.20! Legal Services...... 96644 55.20; Leo C. Peiffer Assoc. 697.30' Arch. Serv........... El. View Construction, 492, Construction 600.00, Acme Electric, 493, Elec. Work B. G. Brecke, 494, Mech Work 1038640 Mrs. Richard Steves, 495, pens 112 50 539.20; Farmers-German Mutual Ins 91.20; Afs., 496, Coupons ____..... "50 CO Keystone Savings Bank, 497, Coupons............. 19500 R. H. J93, Coupons 600.CO D. Bch, Coupons 3S5.00 la. Trust and Savings, 500, Coupons 22500 Mildred Winkel, 501. Coupons 112.50 .1. H. Warburton, 502, Coupons EO.OO Thomas J. Gerdes, 503, Cou- 25.00 oons 156 20 733.25! Davenport Bank and Trust, 504, i Couoons................... 77.50 Davenport Bank and Trust, 505, Coupons ___ f 30 CO Central National Bank, 5C6, Coupons...............___. 17500 First National Bank, 507, Cou- rons 00 60.80 Preslon Mutual Assoc., 510, 19.00 170 M Schriefer and Lchafer, in, 6.336.04 43.75 CL- la. DOS Moincs Nat. Bank, 517, First State Bank, 529, Coupon-, 4975 NHL of Dubuciuo, 530, Coupons............ 97.13 Total Schoolhcuse I, C. D. Harris, of the atiovt? nitned School District, do hereby ccrtitv thft this rrn. 1, 2, 3. 4, 5, 6. 7, 1, 9, 10, II, 12, 13, 14, 15, M, 17, IS. 19, 20, ?1. flrid 77 is