Cedar Rapids Gazette, September 6, 1974, Page 4

Cedar Rapids Gazette

September 06, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - September 6, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Friday, Sept. 6, 1974 — City Briefs — C. R. Woman Promise Better Service Hospitalized Sending Mail Via Satellite Atter Crash Juengcr Held on Kansas County Will Defy Assault Charge    U.S.on Speed Limit Michael E. Juengtf, 22. of 715 Sixth avenue SE, vva.s charged TOPEKA (AP) — The Shaw-,needs of wide open western board of commis- Kansas might not be in the Assn. for Retarded — The Linn County Assn. for Retarded Children will meet Monday Sept. 16, at the association offices, 712 Third avenue SE. Donald Gardner and Stanley Ginsberg, Linn supervisor candidates, will speak. * * * Fully equipped booth space for rent, reasonable. Contact George Uhl Hairstyling Salon —Adv. * * * Binoculars Taken — Mitch J Turner, rural route two, Iowa City, Thursday reported a pair of binoculars and a leather jac ket taken from his car while parked at Fourth avenue and Sixth street SE. ♦ * * Dr. M. R. Schmitt announces the opening of his mobile veterinary clinic for small anima house calls. 377-1235.—Adv. * * * Hospitalized—Mary Vig, 1131 Twenty-first avenue SW, is I surgical patient at Mercy hospt tai. Visitors welcome. * * * Rent Your Band Instrument at the Boddicker School of Music. Open 9:30 a.m.-9 p.m. Monday thru Friday. 9-5 on Satur day. 365-8658. - Adv. * * * Visit Baskin-Robbins at our new location at Town & Country Shopping Center. — Adv. * * * Shampoo living room $11.95, bedroom $8.95. Diamond Carpet 366-6226.—Adv. i* *    * Knitting, crocheting classes, beginners, advanced. Esther Koffron. 364-5642.-Adv. * * * Alpha Xi Delta Rummage Sale Friday 7 to 9 P.M. Saturday 8 to 2 P.M., Ellis YMCA.— Adv. •* * * Elect Mary Ann Kucera for 2 year term School Board. By friends.—Adv. * * * ABC-TV Special ... EVEL KNIEVEL: ONE MAN . . . ONE CANYON . . . will be scheduled Saturday night at 10:30 on KCRG-TV 9. ♦ * * Now serving lunches and dinners, 300 Steak Lounge, Town/ Country.—Adv. *    *    * Auction—1700 6th Ave. S.E.— Sat., 1:00 p.m.—Adv. *    *    * Evy’s Lounge. Tonight Marilyn and Tony. Saturday Blair Thom Trio, next to Paramount Theater. — Adv. *    *    * Good, clean 2 piece nylon sectional. 363-4591.-Adv. #    *    # Chicken Dinner Sunday, Sept. 8, St. Patrick’s Church, Fairfax. Hours 3, 4, 5 and 6. Tickets $3.00 at Enzler’s, Sykora Bakery in Cedar Rapids, Fairfax Bank in Fairfax. New Parish Cookbooks on sale.—Adv. *    *    * Sale Time: Antiques and so forth. 4737 Mt. Vernon Rd. See Classified.—Adv. ♦    *    * Healthful Vegetarian cooking for Healthful living at 7th Day Adventist Church. 42nd and Edgewood. 7:30 to 9 p.m. September 9, IO, ll, 12 —Adv. *    *    * Villa Capri Hair Fashions specializes in geometric and styling haircuts. 393-4258.—Adv. J t*    *    * Moose members and guests, Vi fried chicken, all the sweet com you want with vegetable bar, Saturday 5-8 p.m., $2.50.— Adv. ♦    *    * Games Sat. and Sun. — Montrose — doors, 6:30.—Adv. Gymkhana — The Iowa Region of the Sports Car Club of America Will. hold a gymkhana Sunday. Registration Noon at Lindale Plaza. ♦ * * Wire Taken — Al Koenig, superintendent for Loomis Bros. Construction Co. , Thursday re ported nine rolls of wire reinforcing mesh valued at $55 each taken from a parking lot at 2405 Mt. Vernon road SE. * * * Country Ding-A-Lings Entertain i n g Saturday night— Leonard’s Hideaway.—Adv. * * * GARAGE SALE: 4403 Loraine Street N. E. —adv. * * * Embassy Shrine Club Lounge Sat., September 7, “The Aristocrats” playing for members and guests.—Adv. ♦ * * Mixed bouquets $1.49. Cash and Carry. Peck’s Flowers — Adv. * * * Sitter: Live-in, 3 small children. 393-8934, 377-5731. - Adv. ♦ * * Best Rental Rents The Best. Adv. * * * Rent it — try it — like it — buy it. Buresh Rental. — Adv. * * * Have Fun. Join the Saturday A M. Couples League, 9:30 a.m. For information, call 363-3090 or 363-4551. May’s City Lanes. — Adv. * * * Proof sets make excellent gifts. Available at Jerome’s Rare Coins.—Adv. * * * Rent better brand name equipment — Buresh Rental. — Adv. * # * Poodle Grooming, formerly McCunes Poodle Salon, 135 33rd St. Dr. S E. Now, The Poodle Salon. Salli has an opening for groomer, experienced preferred, but will train. 363-6316. —Adv. Leona Pearl Taylor, 78, 1224 Thirteenth street NW, was in good condition at St. Luke’s hospital Friday with neck, back and shoulder injuries suffered Thursday in a car-truck collision. A passenger in Mrs. Taylor's car, Clara Heider. 80, also of 1224 Thirteenth street NW, suffered possible chest and arm injuries. She was treated at St. Luke’s hospital and released. Police charged Mrs. Taylor with failure to stop for a stop sign. The accident happened at the intersection of E avenue and Thirteenth street NW. The car driven by Mrs. Taylor and a truck driven by Gerald R Newport, 46, of 2125 Wilson avenue SW, collided, police said. The impact of the collision caused Mrs. Taylor’s vehicle to hit a house at 611 Thirteenth street NW. LOS ANGELES (Al') ~r The and the postal service in 1970 first domestic mail transmitted and since that time more thaniVu,1TOj-.,    m    i,,w    »— f    . olivia satellite was sent from New 30 million messages have been!. , #0 inflio, irreal hodilv imurv sioners ,ias announced will name    f 01    Pipe    in    a    rara.    I    hand    I WI bv nnnvpntmnni moth.!1*"1    great    bodily    injury    ^    |h(i    .    spced    limit    to the thickly settled a.eas of after he was involved in a knife\rSi-iij u.. TI fejoral gov-, the East Coast,” the letter said. York to Los Angeles in a cere mony Thursday amid predictions that the system would provide a big sen ice to the American public. Mailgram messages were transmitted by way of Western Union’s Westar I, the first U. S. domestic communications satellite, at the speed of light. The space mail is delivered by the postal service. handled by conventional moth ods. Rates are lower than those for telegrams — $2 for a IOO-word, telephone - originated message and as little as 70 centi for a computer-originated message. A mailgram can be sent either day or night by calling toll-free numbers that reach Western Union’s central tele- initial deliveries were made phone bureaus, where messages at ceremonies attended by of-1 are handled electronically. ,r .    mandated by the tign, ponce saia    eminent and ratified by the! The commissioners urged a I oboe arrestrti «    ai    Kansas legislature.    federal investigation of price in- 8:50 p.m. Thursday at the. Mel    e Too store, 1420 Mt. Vernon road; "H16 commissioners Wednes- asisi.’t vote's'-as»-—•»«• <■— Sheridan drive SE. suffered aror^ Kansas congressmen ani P cut to the left forearm.    county commissioners in all    ----- Parker was treated at Mercy!Kansas counties, hospital and released.    Roland    Hug, Shawnee county j The fight started in the park- commission chairman, said the ing lot, over name-callihg be letter was prompted by a reso-tween Juenger, Parker, and lotion proposed bv the cit v- ficials of the    postal service    and    Businessmen    can send a Mail-1    Parker’s friend. Paul Tillman, (county fuel coordinator. Western    Union    at    a    hotel    here.    gram on their    Telex, TWX and    17, of 1811 Fifth avenue SE.    of-    Hug    said    the    commissioners InFoCom teleprinters. High-vol- fleers said, ume users can    put their lists on    Juenger was being held in    the computer tape    for transmission, (county jail on bond of $2,500. The postal service provides      j-- next-day delivery. creases by the major oil companies to “expose any unjustified 21 Attorneys Are Admitted To Federal Bar 20 YEARS AGO - Eight na-tions, including the U.S., met in the Philippines to forge Asian pact. Mag islrafe Courf Culver: Corn at $1.10 a Bushel Is Ridiculous FORT DODGE - Fanners producing for domestic and international needs should be ‘‘protected against economic disaster in case of more bad judgment on the part of the U.S. department of agriculture.” A necessary first step toward that end “is to raise the unrealistic target price on corn” as measure insuring that protection. Those were the remarks prepared for delivery to the annual convention of the Iowa Farmers Union Friday by Congressman John Culver, Democratic candidate for U. S. senator. Ridiculous “The severe inflation in farmers’ costs since the present corn loan rate was set in the 1973 farm bill also makes that origi-average authorization of “Mail by satellite has been a much-d i s c u s sed, niuch-dreamed - of possibility for years,” said Asst. Postmaster Gen. William Dunlap. “Today it is one of the most reliable, efficient and economic ways of moving the mail ever developed.” He said that within a year the postal service plans to begin testing additional electronic message services using the Westar satellite. Postal service and Western Union officials said regular Mailgram messages from New York to Los Angeles will be sent over the Westar system later this month. Regular mailgram traffic from the East Coast to Texas and parts of the West Coast via satellite is planned for the end of this year. Mailgram service was introduced jointly by Western Union Twenty-one attorneys have had been advised that if they been admitted to practice as did not adopt the 55 mph reso- jawyers in us. district court, lution fuel allocations might be nor(hem djstrict of ,owa withheld from the county. Jury Trial Slated in Postal Worker Assault They are Paul Kilburg, John Heckel, Thomas McCuskey, Phi- ”We are defying that man- Four Quint* Die Fifth rosxai wonder Assaun d Tho Shawnee county commis- |jP Pechman and Henry Nathan- I C lr' J** A Jury triaI date of 0ctober 2* stoners' letter expressed opposi- son. all of Cedar Raptids;.an In Critical Condition was 'schedule*    Friday in Cedar    lion “to the recent push by    Louis Martin and Leo    Hegtvedt. MADRID, Spain (AP) — Four Rapids federal    court for Larry    some bureaus to make the 55-    both of Iowa City. of the quintuplets born prema- Joe Daniels, 25. Waterloo, who’s mph speed limit permanent for Gregory Siemann and Pa-turely on Wednesday to 29-year-i been accused of assaulting a all of the United States.    tricia Shoff, Des Moines; Wil- old Julia Gomez Solis have died,:postal worker.    I    “We    think that the fuel short- Ham Gilliam and Stanford Pat- and the surviving girl is in criti- An indictment against Daniels    age. assuming that it ever actu-    terson, Waterloo; and    Thomas cal condition, doctors said Fri- charged him    with throwing    ally existed and was not some-    Lawler and Ronald    Pepples, thing that was contrived by    Parkersburg. day.    rocks and striking a postman. The dead were a boy and who was delivering mail at the three girls. The babies were time, in Waterloo on June 24. est of profits, is certainly over q j born two months premature and! He pled innocent to the charge now.    Randal major oil interests in the inter weighed an average of I’4 pounds. It was the first recorded quintuplet birth in Spain. in a hearing before U.S. irate James Hodges. Also. Marc Casey, Dyersville; Krogmeier, Primghar; Nigg, Dubuque; Chris- Magis-    “We think that speed limits    topper Bjomstad, Spencer; Rob •are something that should be    er( Muhlenbruch, Ackley; G. Daniels was    released    on his    regulated by local units of gov-    william Smits, Council Bluffs; own recognizance.    eminent and not something to    and Rodney Vellinga and Daniel If convicted    of    the    felony,    be handled nationwide by some    Lewis, both of Sioux City. Daniels could be fined $5,000 or'federal bureaucracy in Wash- ’_ sentenced to three years in pris- ington.    ell on or both.    “A    speed    limit    which    fits    the    Drive Sately Grand Jury To Hear Scoville Drug Case Victor Scoville, no address, waived a preliminary hearing Thursday in magistrate's court and was bound over to the grand jury on a charge of possession of a controlled substance. He is charged with possession of marijuana on July 18. Man Charged with Evergreen Tree Theft Steven G. Vlcko, 61, of 90 Thirty-sixth avenue SW, was charged Thursday with larceny of an evergreen tree. Police said the tree, valued at $7.77, was taken on August 24, from in front of the K mart store, 2727 Sixteenth avenue SW. Woman Sought for Adjustment Board Public Safety Commissioner James Steinbeck wants to appoint a woman to a term on the i na! $1.10 per bushel look ridiculous,” Culver said. “It is not much more than 50 percent of the cost of production — a guaranteed disaster if it must be used. “The message that needs to get through to the public is that this isn’t just looking after the welfare of the farmers. It is in the interest of keeping food prices, which are rising fast enough as it is. from going higher because of domestic grain shortages and to keep adequate supplies on grocers’ shelves.” Reserves Depleted Culver said consumer interests and urban congressmen are worried because grain reserves are depleted and because recent reports of higher export sales of com for the present mar-1 keting year than the USDA had estimated. They have lost confidence in the ability of Agriculture Secretary Butz to iron out these problems. Culver continued. “The real crunch,” he said, “is that guarantees to producers! are not adequate to motivate! farmers to produce the raw material necessary    to    produce food. “Congress must take the lead board of adjustments.    land the USDA must cooperate Steinbeck said Friday    he    is im    updating the    program to looking for a woman with back-make producing food more of a ground in civil or structural en- business proposition and less of gineering, or a familiarity with a gamble.” land-use policies    and building!    .....................—---------------- code stipulations.    .    Aides: Ford Will Meet The term of board member! Carl Bock expired    June    30.    He;    Echeverria    On    Border has been serving since that time: WASHINGTON (API — Prespending the appointment of ardent Ford probably will meet successor.    with Mexican President Luis COSS ■ IT Bock had served on the five- Echeverria in October at a loca-man board since 1958 and had tion along the U.S.-Mexican asked not to be re-appointed, border, White House officials The appointment runs for five!said Wednesday, years.    The    session    between    the    two Among other things, the board presidents will be held some-an hears appeals on building code where along the border, this of-permits and requirements. tidal acknowledged. SINGLE VISION GLASSES SINGLE VISION CONTACT S/U. LENSES DOWNTOWN CEDAR RAPIDS 106 FIRST ST., S.E. 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