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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 29, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                2 The Cedar Rapids Sazette: Thurs., Ausust 29, 1974 Uohn A. Yates Tells Candidacy In 27th District Women's Dean Is Appointed John Arthllr YalMi of m By mt. MerCV l'1'weniy-mnth street SW, be A new dean of women was Magistrate Court moncy from the Martin Oil Co 1201 First avenue SK, on July 1973. 1-ct ,w, in INUKl'ENDKNCK I'en-y K. vacancies still exist in Cedar men! Council :Percy E. Sorg Dies, Forbids Tapes !y8.i CHELSEA (Vl'lt Fearing so r g 77. executive 17th 22nd. 28th ami'tigaied and legal action institut- misuse of a taped discussion on president of Farmers State Marion warded in the areas of funds for vandalism, (lie Chelsea city bank in Independence. Marion ward, schools, housing, sewers and of funds should be mvcs- for at People s Memoii- among adniinisiraiive assign- ments recently announced by Mt. Mercy college. Andrea Bovea Jias assumed i Magistrate Sends! _......... R Court Finds Woman .council has outlawed the use of rlVe bases' i, ..alhospita I.. J Innocent of Assault tape recorders m the couuc.l A rf I O UUryi Donna .Moses. Kiy, was (omul: mi, he was bom !'c-ti. H. Five pciMJiis appeared Wednesday in. magis-; approval. 1897, in Simmer and married to illllul. the Republican candidate 27th district. i Yates, a meat cutter at the A land P grocery's Sixteenth ave-' magistrate's court nue store, was chosen over 10 ihe grand jury! she was charged will) hearings. I ing Joan Powell on J line 5. ?SH! Ihe duties of the dean of women (republican precinct committee preliini at Mt. Mercy, replacing of ,hl, district at a; ,if.iri Ddoiiii, who resigned liu.s sum-- ___ boulevard v two- water pollution con and Otter Creek County office seekers and leg- ;islative candidates were in- M.-Cire- traduced at the niceliug, con- inomas J. Farmers State Lor stite attorney general c.in-iUutuM i.< court on a charge of Dorothy a teacher the former Dorothy Sells Aug. 3. thatlb a n k cummumly room in "Jsault and who attends all council ifVk'cted he would check He :npmbw mer. Other administrative appoint-] ments include: Jean McDcr-i mou, admissions Sister Mary Dorothy Anne] Franey, superintendent of the curriculum laboratory of McAu- ley library; and Rachael Davis and Jean MeGovern, team su-j pcrvisors of the library's cireu-i lation area. John Yates Miss Boyea, formerly resident; meeting at the Wayne Johnston I drunk driving. She was arrested! Aug. I j liobert Benson. 209 Park court; was bound over Tuesday on a charge of breaking and enter- ling. He is charged in connection {with the Aug. 11 breakin at the ll'enford Credit Union. 11-10 C I street SW. Kevin Morgan. 85 Sixteenth ings during ihe summer and decided to tape record the Lt'f T' ;Resistance Asked TO LOnger TrUCkS! Councilman Tony Sheda said RAM and eommandery. OES M01NKS iAPi The administrator and counselor at j residence. 3209 Pebble dl-ive j avenue SW, was bound pvcr_last Eastern Kentucky Wednesday night. served as assistant director ofi similar meeting of the 28th the St. Francis education Republican committee inSt. Francis, S.D., from 1987 tojat the II. X. Steele residence. 1970. A graduate of Alverno col-1251 Thirteenth street NW. failed lege in Wisconsin, Miss Boyea produce a candidate for state earned a master's degree from representative from that district the University of South Dakota, jbut the search for one continued week on a charge of breaking and entering. He is charged in connection with the Aug. 7 breakin at Ihe Kenneth Vine residence, A avenue IS'E. Craig Gardner, 604 Third ave- Miss McDermolt, from Charlotte, is a recent graduate of Mt. Mercy. As a student at the college, she worked for several Mt. Mercy administrative offices and at Linn county courthouse. Miss McDermott's territory will be in Western Iowa, Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska. Sister Dorothy Anne worked as librarian lor three years and taught math for six years at Regis high school in Cedar Rapids. She received her bache- lor's degree'and library science certification from the University of Iowa. Mrs. Davis, a graduate of Wartburg college, leceived her MA degree from Iowa. She has taught English at the junior high level and was the elementary school librarian for the Iowa City Community school system from 1971 to 1973. Mrs. MeGovern received her BA and MA degrees from Iowa. She served as assistant to the director of admissions at George Washington university in Washington, D.C., from 1954- 1971. originally! Thursday. Political nue SE, was bound over last week on a charge of assault with inlent to do great bodily in- parlies have until midnight Friday to fill five vacancies on their tickets "US- He is charged with Steve McXamara Skip Laitner acting director oficerned about a taped discussion i White's. Military memorial will the Iowa Student Public vandalism in the held Friday at 8 followed by arch rrmm nSPTRn countv (own of 381- Hc said services at at SeatCll blOtlp UMlmil lU'hitn'c Rm-iul- -it t few names were mentioned huu.it. .it i, urged a concerted effort torevi-jjng ,hf, coundl-s distussion Hawkeyc cemetery. talize railroads, instead. j members "didn't think it established. 'Efficient transportation i right that the names should be usage calls for shorter truck Jon tape." hauls to a railhead equipped loj------------ handle multiple-car loading on improved Laitner said. He said the study showed under the law. Yates is a 1964 graduate of Al- burnctt high school. He was born at Alburnett Dec. 6, 1944, and is married. Fourteen of the 19 members of the 27th Republican district committee were present for the meeting, according to Francis Palmer-. Linn county GOP chairman. Yates will face the Democrat- ic incumbent, Rep. James Wells, 1229 Twentieth street SW, who is completing his third term in the Iowa house. The 27th district includes portion of the southwest section of Cedar Rapids plus Clinton, Fayette and Fairfax townships in Linn county and the town of Walford in Benton county. Hurricane Becky In Open Atlantic MIAMI (AP) Becky and her Hurricane winds of IOC miles per hour swirled further into the open Atlantic Thursday, and weathermen said the sea- son's first hurricane poses no threat to land. Meanwhile, a strong tropical wave heading toward the Lee- ward islands strengthened into a tropical depression, said fore- casters at the National Hurri- cane Center in Miami. Heavy showers and some flooding were expected there. Read the Want Ads Ewoldt Issues Probate Legal Service Caution A California company offering probate document services of 'questionable legal ac- cording to Chamber of Com- merce general manager Harold Ewoldt. has recently contacted numerous area residents. Ewoldt said that the docu- ments, concerning estates of persons with no known heirs, have "no legal standing." The firm has offered for sale, at death certificates and other estate papers to persons with the same last name of the deceased. Persons are also notified that they might be entitled to the es- tate. Ewoldt said those receiving such correspondence should "exercise mem." Robert Clark, jr.. 404 Four- teenth street SE, was bound over last week on a larceny charge. He is charged with tak- ing a bicycle, the property of Allen Foardc, on July 1. Linn Grand Jury Gets Check, Robbery Cases Three people appeared in magistrate's court, waived pre- liminary hearings and had their cases bound over to the grand jury. Willie Love, 523 Seventh ave nue SE, was bound over Tues- day on a charge of robbery with aggravation. He is charged with robbing Steve Linsey on June 22. Charles McDonough, no address, and Robert Clark, jr., 404 Fourteenth street SE, were bound over on charges of utter- ing a forged instrument. They are charged with utter- ing a check for to Don Mallory on the account of W. F. Todd on Aug. 12. trains of 25 to 50 giant hopper cars move grain about ten times more efficiently than semi- trailer trucks and 8.6 times more efficiently than 65-foot double bottom trucks. It Pays To Advertise caution and judg- Hiawatha Man Pleads To Amended Charge Harold Butler, Hiawatha, pled guilty Tuesday in magistrate's court to an amended charge of disturbing the peace. He was fined and costs. He was charged with resisting execution of process on Aug. 11 when he resisted two Cedar Rapids police officers. Man Sentenced on Charge of Larceny Darrell Treece, no- address, pled guilty last week in magis- trate's court to an amended 'charge of larceny of less than of the mpings. "There didn't seem to me to be any purpose .of the Masonic lodge, and a; World war 1 veteran. survived state transportation commissionjfor it, were afraid she'd play: was urged Thursday to resist for her neighbors, and things arguments favoring longer and j said pertaining to different mat- tAi'-j m aht hp nnt nf cnn mil Midi i, u, heavier trucks on Iowa m'Jit be Mktn out of ion by his son. four grand-; .Mrs. text, state highways. shcda In a letter to the commission, j council explained that was primarily Menge Hath, llawkcye. j Services: Saturday at 11 at (tfrclnr POUJCR consumption man PKVIQUS Hnimoiflnr-sciran sets! STATE The ALHAMBRA E4719 Mojesticoilx styled full base console- with Moorish-inspired side paneling and decorative pilasters. 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