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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 31, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                2 'Ihc Cedar ISapids Gazelle: July 31, 1974 Funding Drop Hurts Iowa Road Demands ;West Branch Resident Seeks Kirkwood Post United Way High Court 'Van Dyke Land Nominee Is Decisions Listed Re-Filed In Linn Court A couusolor with the t'nivcrsi- of Iowa has filed nomination papers for a ihree-year term on By loin KruebUng quite appropriate to take a Kirkwooit Community Although Iowa highway com- 'gun approach" in demanding i le.se board of directors, mission staff members gave a stepped-un in Edward M. 44. of P. k Uubuque Man DKS MOINKS (AP) -.The1 _ The parks department re- Iowa supreme court handed! Frederick A. and Irene C. Vaii.ceivcd only one bid Wednesday down opinions in these of Sebring. Kla., have construction of a maiuten- for building for the forestry Bid 71 Percent Mark Donahue Seeks Two-Year TermTO Board r j- Above Funding 1A; A- -Wednesday, i (heir case Wednesday" ta Du- BUCHANAN In re: mar. i I'mted Way of .Novak, distribution of for land con-idepariment. a bid that was 71 entfc p Director Hubert Kerning ha  reiilai-.1 i'd. li. lieuiga. J01IVS( for Hermng's appointment, Stale ommended bv an ad hoc aJIH Hcniga resigned his gloomy report on road funding area at the first of a series of public-; H H Bob -iv i- SSKI putiii arc information meetings in Cec'u'i, 110 school bo.iid election. -far in the future for the immedi-j English said he is nmisin j.' ale needs" of Cedar :the post "because I believe in The meeUnc one of ''0 held'that the completion of because n has such a tlfslafe. was a .he city is an program. ranks eliective 'high in the country. .-Vug, j. to take a smiilai post at Continuing education courses. Corpus Texas, farm cooperative, veterans and Bernini; has held the Dubuque He categorized local road sys-i vocational programs uere for 15 months. He terns as "inadequate and out-jMglisli said he particularly sup-jhas. however, been with Du- moded" and a hindrance to at Kirkwood. :bnque I'nited Way for six It was. said commission He added that it is iron-, Knglish has also been pastor Lvi'ar.s. percent higher than the avail- district co1..1.'' able The petition, which was origi- 1'ity council had nally filed in August of 1971. in revenue shariiij N State vs. dismissed in January, the building. The only bid. vs. 1 ower, drag 0( a technicality involv-; submitted by Uomis lirothcrs Mark I) Donahue. 31, of I2ti Thirty-seventh street NIC. Tuov dav became the fifth person lo the race lor a two-year vacancy 011 the Cedar Kapids Conimuniiy school board, annarked IX.naime, an ,.f funds riage of Utcssing. child custody. affirmed. suit of the commission's action'nctcssi'.v-" plan lo increase public Kuads 'Outmoded' inent in highway developmenl programs. The meeting was held at the coliseum armory. trict Kirkwood Talk By Sen. Percy Slated Friday itad been (.uudeinned tn'Keinis postponed a decision on connection with a federal high-1 the bid until next week, way program. The building was to be con- The city of Cedar Rapids, structed at 2200 A street SW. Linn county, the county board of supervisors and county sheriff were named as defendants in the petition. Mark Donahue ;Heabel To Condemn All Property Denied The jlnc.. According to Van Dyke, the engineer Van Snyder, a. jc. Iowa City residents West Branch Friends church j He and his wife have three; l'-S. Sen. Charles H. commission had "good meeting, as about ,0 travei to cedarlsince 19C8. He is married Herning is a graduale'iR-HI-) will speak Friday after-jonly offered him about for city and area residents airport faster than mostihns three sons, two in high'of college and holds at Kirkwood community'the land. The petition pointed! given details of road buildingjCedar Rapids citizens. 'school and one in junior high 'master's degree in mamvememcollege. 'out that the land was worth! plans and had the chance toj Speaking for the Chamber of; has a bachelor of Drake university. Percv. considered a fair maito value ihin iu-t -ior h v'n the future voice suggestions and Riehard from Oglelhorpe univer-i If approved by Ihe board for the of bllsillcss If i, n plaints to commission ,.a of AUanta. a mastor of at lhcir Wednesday af- party presidential nomination "ri ,V t, Id 'S ciity degree from New Brunswick iteration meeting. Berning will! 1976 will be featured speaker a': '''he oetition noted that h was Lmn In8 hwmi- wllh 1 ledges' Associates, is .seeking the vacancy created by the res- ignation of Steve .Sovern. "I have no special interests to request of Heabel Co.. Donahue said. "The 01 Center Point road NIC. school board in the past has had its entire property con- good direction and will continue members. program. especially through metropolitan area. Petska also advocated Theological Seminary. New .ler-jbegin work Oct. 1. a master of arts degree in1 Most Discussion Drawing the most discussion; counseling from were the proposed route of highwav JO a UniVLM.citv way 30, interstate 380 widening of highway bO; L Cedar Rapids and the in bypass. i bl in Cedai hapids. the University of Iowa. Snyder summed up the pect of road construction as; Marion Comment English served for six years in; Both Marion mayor pro-ternilhe nav.v- wncrc he 'ai'Sht elec-1 Mahlon L. Hill Candidate for Kirkwood Board The petition noted that it was to proc'ire; section of Heabel s properly dures and midgets, interviewing win'property" for auto salvage by the professionals in those areas and stale highway commission be- also academic ones. 1 would like "not due to ram-victor Klopfensteiii and pastitronies- Willowbrook drive NE, is seek-1 Percy will speak later Friday ing the three-year term current- j Clarence, Lincoln, Lisbon, held by Morris Allen of concern that the pro- Olin, Solon. Tipton, and West Branch; Lowden and Ox- ford Junction consolidated j school districts, and Iowa City precincts 7 and 8. Per- emergencies such as bridge re- placements will be added to the new he said, cival predicted many gap" measures. Citizen Input posed route of highway 30 is one-half mile south of the present road. This plan, said one land! _____ owner, is "foolishness" as it will! "ruin some of the richest landj CJttlCe in the country." j n i t Snyder responded by saying j rvepOrTeCI, that due to the need for "exten-j sive access roads." it was felt! Marion. Allen announced prc- at a fund raising dinner Riley, who is running viously that he will not seek re- election. pant inflation this past year. !president of the Marion branch! He has been a member of "omma.ion papers for a: "All components of construe-of the Chamber of Commerce I Freemasons the Parent- on the Kirkwood Commum- iR-Ccdar Kapids who tion have increased substantial-! Phil Morris said the need for alTeacher rpcfk ly in he said, "and the route around Marion is great. i En.g'ish running in director ...MaWon L. Hill, 40, of programs. rate of increase in the most "We need it as soon as uossi-1 whieh inelutles "10 recent 12 months has been se-jble' commenled school districts of vcre-" Residents of Benton Costs Jump i showed According to commission records, grading has risen in cost 39 percent, cement 44 per- cent, asphalt concrete 70 per-: cent, structures-23 percent and right-of-way acquistion 20 per- cent. This overall 33 percent jump, noted district planning engineer Robert Percival, will force the deferral of much new construc- tion, which in turn will require additional funds for road main- tenance. "Few projects other than a workshop on employment difficult the elderly. The program begin at 3 p.m. Friday in thefbecause of the "adverse attitude, cafeteria of Linn hall Percv isiof county and municipal was tlle Path of lht' S'vc "mp to do he 'iagement...anri abutting iand.iproposed 1-380expressway. said. I owners." The petition added! contended that con- Donahue is married arm! has aithat the land had been used a portion of its daughters in elementary 'auto salvage since 1960. i'V had "rendered useless" He nas in Cedar The Van Dykes are no The 23 vears. immunity school district has; Also on the program Friday j Vm Basked _that_the ln 1966 hc ,.eceived a bachelor expected to speak at The Illinois senator is member of the 'special senate A teacher in the Cedar Rapidsjcommiilee the aB'nS- Also on will be State Sen. Tom Riley, autosa, will! e F and; for! for! Hurt n condemned so it could rclo-jof d from ,ne Univor. icate the entire business facility. of lowra i However, the highway com-; S mission demonstrated 'to thci, lhf .Isatisfaclion of District of Rea'- CraSh iwilliam Eads that there were aPtors' the Grcatcr Carol DeGroot, 26 of 1601'-.jlcrnatives and the buildinSs lef' condemned Assn., the Jaycees, Downtown the Cedar Home Entered when the eorrridor was ap- Dr. Richard Boeltcr, 130 Echo proved that less damage would result, than if present highway 30 were widened. lane NW, Tuesday reported cash was taken from a closet in I his residence while he wss on Engaged in teaching for 14 j years, Hill is currently coor- dinator of trades and industry iat Kennedy high school. He is married and has one child. Hill is running in director dis- Irict seven, composed of Albur- nett and Linn-Mar independent school districts, the Marion In- dependent school district, and Cedar Rapids precincts and 41. ]K avenue NE, suffered a cut not, The Kirkwood workshop when the car no nccessan'y be ren1 Ibe jointly sponsored by the! was driving struck a telephone I nered useless Cedar Rapids Jaycees, Jayceejpole. Rapids Art Assn., St. Matthew's Catholic church, the YMCA. and the XX Club, found no evidence of in-1 otllel's in lhe ficld for tnc House Panel Approves FM-Band Requirement WASHINGTON (AP.) A bill 'stop- requiring radios be equipped to I receive signals from both AM and FM stations has been ap- vacation July 21. between July 7 wives, the Area Agency for the Miss DeGroot was treated at Aging and the Iowa State Em-i St. Luke's hospital and released. discretion on the part of vacancy Scott ployment Service. Officials of the gencies will describe "Project a program de- signed to aid Cedar Rapids area Police charged Miss DeGroot cooperating with failure to maintain control of her car. She told police she fell asleep about a.m. Wednesday while driving in thei are Mary Ann highway commission in acott olson and How- ning the portion of Heabel'sjard Bea11- Carl Ledford returned property and dissolved the nomination papers for the porary injunction barring seat Wednesday, condemnation. I Incumbent boar cl member Norman Lipsky filed his nomin- Nixon Cruise i ation papers Tuesday for an- senior citizens in finding jobs.llSOO block of Maplewood drive' WASHINGTON7 (API Pres-iother three-year term on Ihe The project was funded by aiNE. grant to the Cedar Rapids Jay-! The In 1971, Hill ran against Allen jcees- but was defeated. Several Cedar Rapidians lob- bied for improved highways in and around the city. Joseph Hladky, jr., comment- ed that although he "appreciat- ed the little bit of impetus that has been taken I think it is proved by the house communi- cations subcommittee. Exempt from this requirement would be lower-priced radios, and avia- tion, marine and citizen-band radios. toid police he did not i Three Children, Left report the incident until Tues-j fllnno Die in day because he thought the! "IB m money might have been mis-j KANSAS CITY, Kan. telephone 398-5435. Three children, left alone forj The workshop is open to the The Area Agency for !Aging will provide free bus! I rides for elderly persons wish- jing to attend the program. Pcr- wishing reservations thcjsaid. jident Nixon went for a cruise on board. car failed to round a the Potomac on his second night! Lipsky is ending his third' and hit the pole, police back in Washington after re-i term on the board, and his sec- Iturning from California. jond as president. placed. The incident at Boelter's resi- dence was the second breakin he has reported since returning from vacation. Boelter's business office. the night by their mother, at no charge. early Tuesday in a fire at their! Jacolyn drive NW. was broken into July 18. An 18-vear-old two-story home. Neighbors said they could 182 hear the children screaming for Similar legislation was passedjyouth was charged last week by the senate June 13. help but firemen were unable lo reach the two girls, 7 and 8, in the downstairs bedroom or 20 YEARS AGO Tribesmen of the Aidagalla and Arap tribes of British Somaliland agreed that a compensation of 100 camels should be paid for every man killed on either side in I with the incident: at the office. I the boy. 6, in an upstairs room, their future clashes. 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