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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 13, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                C.R. Men Face Marion Charges Two Cedar Hapoids men iutu U-tli i-liiil'Kltl vuih i.iree. m as the result ol an incideiil Monday afternoon at the First .National Motor bank. 3-111 Seventh avenue. Arrested were Koherl b-  pmpciu ouilii ui iowa Clark, Hughes, Mondale Set Big George! C.R. Appearance for Culver The Cedar Rapids Gazette- Tues., Aug. 13. 1974 Area piaiiu-d erected plannin n-idenls had cum that Albi-rhask> had unc fence, and was en-it another. heard Momlay in magistrate's Facelift of Iowa Statehouse Is Under Way DES MOINES of the lovva Statehouse are get- ting a facelift as skilled paint- ers repaint the 42 vaulted ceil- ing sections and other parts of tin; building. A painter said he doesn't think the delicate leaves, flowers and other designs have been repainted since the building was built in 1886. Painter Jerry Miller, Moines, who has handled other Statehouse restoration work, said there is no evid- ence the first floor cathedral- like ceilings have been pre- viously restored. Miller and other painters are doing the work, expected m lake about six months, ai a cost of about The painters are especially- skilled al the fine brushwork needed to trace the intricate designs. Along with the paint- ing, the artists are patching cracks in the plaster and performing other touch-up work. C; Mar were: Speeding .lohn 1) Hunt, jr Fifth avenue, S25; Sheila C. Scigel. 11HII Twelfth street. Slill; Brad K. .Nielson. 1105 Ninth street, Daniel Rathbon, -140. Valleyvievv drive, Rachel 1.. Hack- man. 2110 North Townc court NK, Cedar Rapids, Rita .1. Meyers. 2222 Tenth avenue, Janice S. Bcrridge, route :l, Wava P. Kasac. 1708 Arixona avenue. NE. Cedar Rapids. Robert .1. C.ibson. Ill Seventeenth street Cedar Rapids. Stop sign Kenneth A. Let'lere, 2K35 Twenty-third av- enue SE. Cedar Improper passing Brad R Nielson, 1165 Ninth street, Traffic signal Robert .l.Geno, Whittier, Disturb- ing the peace Betty J. Hayes, 1195 Sixth avenue, Intoxication Steve A. Bro- die, 313 B avenue NW, Cedar Rapids, Betty .1. Hayes, 1195 Sixth Fight- ing Ronald W. Yirkovsky, 837 Fifth avenue, Donald Yirkovsky. 837 Fifth ave- nue. See Women's World in Classified. Patterns, Needle- craft, Sewing Machines, etc. It happens every day! Adv. Hickory smoked barbecued ribs, shrimp, and chicken served Wednesdays. Stickney's Scoreboard. Adv. Doubt Ford Attends Republican Fundraiser DJES MOINES is doubtful that President Gerald Ford will keep his engage- ment to speak at a plate Republican fund-raising dinner Sept. 23, a party leader believes. State Republican Central Committee Chairman John McDonald said Friday that the appearance, scheduled before he succeeded to the presi- dency, has not been officially called off. But the state political leader said that Ford "probably will not" be able to attend the affair. They'll Do I Every EXEC SPACE TffXWS well, MOVE THESE PEOPLE UPSTAIRS! REMOVE THAT WAU.- YOU'LL HAVE A NICE BIS OFFICE- OKAY? ANOTHER HOT SHOT MOVES 1 IN AMP WE INTO JVIE SROCM CLOSET.' 'AMP AN I OUTER OFFICE) FOR MY SEC- RETARY- across an access road loading to cabins in tin- liiua basin. The supcriisors di-lcrmmi-d TucMla> that Alberhasks had acipined the road from the 19liti hoard of snpt-msors through use of a claim deed The rnad uas desig- nated a i onnty n.ad at Uu time. County Attorney Carl (ioi-iy advised the hoard denial of access to other area residents was Tin' board then voied unani- mously to request Albcrhasky to remove his fence across the road before taking legal action to force such a move. The road is located off old 21K near the Butler bridge. In other business the board voted to use S15II.IIIIII in reve- nue sharing funds for gravel to he used tin the coiinty'> sec- ondary road systems. The money was approved in this year's county road budget Court Enjoins Further Dumping At Old Landfil IOWA CITY .lohnso county District Judge Augus Honsell, jr.. Monday issued permanent injunction prohib iting Iowa City from dumpin, sewage at the old city landfill The order replaces a temp( rary injunction issued July 2; Area residents alleged the cit. had created a nuisance h; dumping sludge creating ai odor problem. The city said the measun was only temporary becausi of a malfunctioning digeste: at the city's pollution contro plant. Clayton Revenue Spending Listec MCGREGOR Claytoi county spent of fed eral revenue sharing funds during the fiscal year which ended June according ti an Actual Use report. A further the bal- ance in the fund, has been allocated, but not yet spent according In County Auditor Ray Zwanxiger. The largest part of the mon- ey spent, has gone to the county's road department, and covered primarily the purchase of three new county trucks plus graveling some of the county roads. Initial steps on the building program at the county home, took up SI 16.433 of revenue funds during the year. I Three Cnit'-d States s  Hays Ai it turns will hi- spending a in Iowa Together with Clark, he i-. M'hcdii pear lor State Sei Blomn ol piT-plalc "Egg- breakfast al Idv al 8'3ll Saturday nmnuim Blomn is the Democratic candidate lor Second district congressman, the job Culver is leaving to seek Hughes' senate scat Following the breakfast. Mondalc and Clark vul! hold an open question-answer ses- sion for tlie public. Saturday evening, Mondalc is scheduled lo appear )n Waterloo at a SlO-a-ticket re- ception in behalf of State Hep. candidate for Third district congressman That reception, at I'AVV hall in Waterloo, will follow a S25- a-couplc cocktail parly at the home of a Waterloo lawyer, U'lOert i' uituit. tuniier go-. crnor and former lieutenant of loua Hlouin anniiumvd Monday dial he plans tu attend the I'Yiday reception for at the Town Virgil Partch C.R. Board Adopts Million Budget SOME GUY WHO CM TIE ftSPOME IN WITH WATER- 5ATE, 06TCHA Iowa City Girl Off Critical List IOWA CITY A 15-year-old Iowa City girl shot by an un- known assailant Wednesday night has been removed from the critical list at University hospitals. Mary McLaughlin is now in serious condition after she and .IT sister Theresa. 17, were forced into a corn field by an armed man Wednesday night. The sislers called for help from passing joggers and at- tempted to flee whereupon the assailant shot Mary and struck Teresa about the head with a pistol. The assailant is still at large. By Judy Daubpnmier A million general fund and capital improvements budget was adopted by the Cedar Rapids Community school hoard Monday night. No objections were made at a public hearing on the 189.2U7 budget, which includes a general fund, and a schoolhouse fund. The board directed board ecretary Otto vViedersberg to file the budget with the Linn county auditor, as required by law. The budget, about 9 percent than million budget, will be raised partial- ly by a 811.1128 mill levy 1111 lo- cal property. The budget actually calls for a one-and-a-half mill re- duction in the levy on local properly tax. but will not take effect until the 1975-70 fiscal year. "Unrealistic" Supl. Craig C'urrie recom- mended adoption of the budg- et, noting that inflation caused increases in nearly all catego- ries. Damages Asked In Auto Mishap TOLEDO Damages of are asked in a suit 'iled in Tama county district court Friday by Samuel Lee and Donna Darlene Gross. Tama, against Mary Ivalee (eller. Norwalk, as a result of in auto accident. The petition says the acci- lent June 27, 1973, a mile th of Tama. involved cars irivon by Gross and Mrs. He charges that Mrs. Keller vas negligent in that she ailed to stop or yield al a stop ign before entering the in- ersection. failed to stop [or a ashing red signal, failed to eep proper lookout and roper control, and was trav- ling at excessive speed. Gross asks for mental nd physical pain, medical :id hospital expoenses, lost irnings and the capacity to irn money. Donna Gross, making the line allegations, asks dam- ges of for the same 'asons. Gross also asks damages of (or personal property valued al and [or his car which was damasged in the amount of "Fabrics and Sewing" A "SPECIAL INTEREST" Section In The Cedar Rapids Gazette Wednesday, August 14 Of interest lo all who fashion their own clothes or do Knitting Needlepoint Crewel Upholstering Draperies etc. A complete do-it-yoursolf you'll want to SAVE for the long winter evenings ahead. Now! Over Million Life Insurance Protection by our Eastern Iowa Agency Serving the Quad-cities Cedar Rapids, Clinton and Winflold (he one thlnx no other life Insurance aronipany can offer your family Is a Massachusetts Mutual Agent! Serving Cedar Rapids: THOMAS H. LeBUHN, C.L.U. 832 Higley Bldg., Cedar Rapids, Iowa 365-7997 MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL. "We made every attempt to hold the line on non-salaried items to (hi1 same dollar vol- ume as last year. That 'De- came unrealistic as the year Currie said. The amount spent [or supplies for each student increased percent for the coming year, Clime said, because some paper bids are 64 percent higher than last year. The budget also includes 23 fewer teachers, the superin- tendent said, and a plan tor replacement of equipment. Anticipated Expenditures The general fund budget an- ticipates the following expend- itures: for administra- tive; instruction; other educational costs; fixed charges; operation of plant; mainte- nance; student activi- ties; community service; capital outlay; debt service; transfers; NDEA, and federal programs. In the schoolhousc fund, is budgeted for pay- ment of bonds; for payment of interest; for site levy; and for two-and-a-half mill special levy projects. The board also held public hearings on four separate capital improvement projects. Final approval of plans, speci- fications and form of contract was given by the hoard after no objections were made. Accept Bids Bids were also accepted on the four projects, including: from 7-inser, Inc., for demolition at McKinley and Wilson sites; from Tom Bowker and Son, Inc.. for conversion burners at Arthur school; for mov- able partitions at Johnson school, and from Charipar Plumbing. Inc.. for air pollution control facilities for McKinley and Koosevelt junior high schools. Engineering consultants had estimated the cost of the air pollution control facilities could run as high as Ice Cream Social lie also plans lo stop fur ri-trf-shments al the tradition- al ice cream social sponsored the Marion Democrat club in Marion city park starting at li p in. l-'nday. Candidate Bloiiin will be a busy individual himself Satur- day. In addition to hosting Senators Mondale and Clark at the breakfast, lie will be ho- nored at a fund-raising pig roast at Saturday evening The pig roast, al whicl State Sen. James Schaben, the Democratic candidate [in governor, will be the speaker will be al Hie Ixaak Waltoi clnh on Old Morley road highway 151 near Anamosa. Tickets for the affair are SK per person or per familv and may be reserved by call ing 402-2732 in Anamosa 01 in Monticello. Car Plunges Into Water, Two Escape TAMA Two residenls of the Mesquakie Indian settle- ment escaped drowning at noon Sunday when their car left the and plunged into about ten feet of backwater from the Iowa river next to old highway 30 two and one- half miles west of here. The Tama rescue unit was called. When it arrived at the scene, rescuers found Frank Sanache. jr., and Elmer Rob- erts, jr. both 19, had escaped from the car which was under water. Tama county Deputy Sheriff Nick Kriegel said the driver of the car had not been deter- mined. But he said the driver apparently lost control of the vehicle on a curve a quarter mile wesl of the North West- ern railroad viaduct. Sanache was taken by ambulance to a Toledo doc- tor's office and then trans- ferred to a Marshalltown hospital. He suffered a back injury and forehead lacera- tions. Roberts did not appear to be injured at the time of the ac- cident but later complained of chest pains. He was taken to the Marshalllown hospital about p.m. Sunday. Investigation into the ac- cident is continuing, said Kriegel. Firefighters Assn. The Linn County Firefigh- ters Assn. will meet at the Springville fire station Thurs- day at p.m. There will he a demonstration of Pike, the Waddell bloodhound, following i trail and a review of the raining fire at Springville on 4. ON THIS DATE in 1848, the American flag was first raised in Los I'op. do Siamese people n-.dlv i-al with chopstii ks.'" Reading Approved on Tipion Junk Ordinance Tiptoii city council Monday heard the first reading of the new junk ordi- nance, requiring that junk he hidden from the public view by at least a six-foot fence or within a building. Approved on the first read- ing, the ordinance will become effective after being approved on a third reading. It gives until .Ian. 6, to prepare and submit plans for complying with the regulation. At that time, the council said, citizens may he given a temporary license, but will be required to fully comply with the ordinance by May 1. In other action, the council granted permission to the Catholic church to blacktop Two Injured in Decorah Accident DECORAH Craig Run- ning, 27, and Harlan Vick, 9, both of Decorah, are in satis- factory condition in the Winneshiuk county Memorial hospital with injuries received' Tuesday morning in an ac- cident involving two trucks near here. Both Running and young Vick suffered cuts and abra- sions when the truck driven by Running went out of control on a curve two miles north of Decorah on a county gravel road. According to the Winne- shiek county sheriff's office, when Running lost control of his truck, it skidded into the path of a truck driven by Vernon R. Vick, 54, father of the injured youth. The Running truck was demolished and damages to the Vick truck were estimated at Running was charged with failure to yield half the road- wav. the alley through church prop- erty, providing there is no problem with city service lines or neighboring property owners. Permission also was grant- ed to United Telephone Co. of Iowa to bury a cable in Sixth stareet. Mayor Kirk Bixby resigned as a delegate to the Region VIII planning commission. Darlene Donohue was appoint- ed to replace him as Tipton's representative on the commis- sion. Seven Hired by Tipton Board TIPTON-The board of directors of the Tipton Community school district vot- ed Monday night to hire Kevin Finke as science teacher in the eighth and ninth grades and as assistant freshman- sophomore football coach. In addition, the board hired the following: Kathleen Reisch. seventh grade mathematics; Monica Jeanne Droll, half-time reme- dial reading for the middle school; Teresa Faulkner, eighth grade English; Rosalyn Hill, middle school secretary; H.W. Adams, custodian; Carl Crispin, bus driver. The board also voted to renew its agreement with Kirkwood Community college. Cedar Rapids, for the adult education program. C.R. Drug Numbers To report a violation: Michael Dooley 377-8081 If you need help: Foundation II... 362-2174 (4 p.m. lo midnightj EVERY PRESCRIPTION IS CAREFULLY FILED IN YOUR FAMILY PRESCRIPTION RECORD Why? To provide a patient profile to insure compatability of your medicines health. 7 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS pharmacies your dinner menu You'll find different, delicious, easy-to-preparo menu suggestions 24 hours a day. A special service of your Customers' Ideas and information Center.   

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