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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - September 10, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                The Cedar Rapids Uazette: Toes., 10. 1974 Student Council Representatives Are Elected Student council representa- tives have been elected at Vcrmm junior high school. Seventh graders are John Huer, Sue Ilathjc, Todd Tracy Cole, Jonathan Foegc, Kris Klawitter, Debbie Hathje, Ken Waters and Sara Bice. Kishlh graders are Dave Decker, Mike Zalaxnik, Jerry Kirk, Mark Klopfensleiii, Brad Albaugh, Jordan McA- reavy, Sieve Schnne, Turn Vernon and ChcrylJJarkcr. Holdover members to (lie council are Janice Kincheloe and Zach Miller. Two Meetings Set By Marion Chamber Two meetings have been set for this week by Marion divi- sion Chamber of Commerce groups. The Chamber's board of directors will meet Friday at a.m. in the Chamber offices, Eleventh street. The retail bureau will meet Thursday at a.m. in the Farmers State bank commuity room. Wednesday's activ- ity schedule at the Marion YMCA is- Non-aquatic --wom- en's fitness class 9 a.m., pre- school gymnastics 11, men's fitness class women's volleyball 12, gymnastics 4 and 5, checrlcading 4, adult gym 7, bridge lessons pool school lessons 9 a.m. and p.m., pre-school les- sons and 1, adult open swim noon, youth lessons swim team aquatic arts Fun and (James resumed at American Legion. Posl Marion. Every Wed. night beginning Sept. Meet Tonight Marion planning.and commis- sion will meet Tuesday at in the council chambers at ci- ty hall. Mr. Bill's. Full or part lime help. Male or female. Apply in Set Meeting Marion park hoard will meet Thursday al 5 p.m. in the parks department offices at the city hall. Itohrig Officers STANLEY Officers elect- ed at the 41sl annual Hohrig reunion held in were: Diiane Hummel, Simmer, president; John Oclwein, vice-president; Ma- ble Esehen, Stanley, sccrctar- y; Mrs. Albin Ilalstrom, Hazlulon, treasurer. Marion Courts Cases heard Monday in magistrate's court were: Speeding Frank V Becker, 1425 Twenty-fourth street, Pamela J. Crosby, Central City, James M. Lumlgrcn, route 1, Robert J. Westfall, 1085 Twenty-fifth avenue, Michael Mohwinkle, 1670 James drive, Lynn C. Beaudry, 15B3 Bever avenue SE, Cedar Rap- ids, Martin A. Moore, Central City, Dennis Waskow, Arlington, Driving to (lie left of the center of (he road Mark D Fishel, route 3, Improper passing Dana W. Lyon, 2475 Twenty-fifth avenue, Michael 11. Johnson, 3060 Fifteenth avenue, Traffic signal Gladys K. Torrcncc, 925 Seventeenth street, Lowell L. Smith, Anamosa Improper muffler Raymond J. Cooper, route 2, Stop sign Danny D. Cornwell, 448 Twenty-seventh street, No driver's license Russell Jellerson, route 2 Expired driver's license David L. Hollingsworth ISO? Thirtieth street NW Cedar Rapid, Intoxication Gerald W. Lutz, 6512 Danbern lane NE, Cedar Rap ids, Marion, Linn-Mar Polls Open Until 8 Polls are open from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m. in the Linn-Mar and Marion Independent school districts for Tuesday's board elections. Indian Creek elementary school, located on Indian Creek road, is the polling place for Linn-Mar residents. Marion Independent voters have a polling place in each ward. They are: Ward One, Starry school; Ward Two, Emerson; Ward Three, Wash- inglnn; Ward Four, Irving. Voters in both districts must be registered to be eligi- ble to cast ballots. Hickory smoked barbecued ribs, shrimp and chicken. Served Wednesdays. Stick- ney's Scoreboard. Adv. Buy House Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Painter have purchased the house at 1855 Henderson drive from Mr. and Mrs. Bernard M. Port. Pos- session was given Aug. 25. Sale was made by the Thomas E. McGowan Real Estate firm. Marion Ovcr-tiO group will meet Thursday noon at the First United Methodist church for a potluck dinner. Joe Painter, city manager, will spi ik IOWA CITY University of Iowa officials and the Iowa Ci- ty council after a lengthy meeting Monday have agreed on a joint application which could provide up to to research local urban renewal problems. The federal urban renewal observatory program is ile- Action Delayed on Petition To Rezone OELWEIN The city council here delayed action Monday night on a petition from Genevieve Eagle to re- properly from industrial to residential to permit opera- tion of a day-care center. The council said it will take one or two months to complete action on the request. In other business, the council approved an allocation from revenue shar- ing funds to the library board for 1975. That, coupled witli allocated this year, will be combined with funds th< board hopes to get from the state and be used to finance improvements at the library. Police Sgt. William Mon- ahan resigned from the police force. The council then hired Kent Guntharp, who lias been a member of Ihe Fayette pol- ice force. Man Arrested in Northeast Iowa Thefts DECORAH Winneshiek and Howard county officials are expected to return to Iowa Wednesday with James Vagi, 22, Crcsco, who was arrested in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, by the FBI. Vagi is accused of three breakins June 15 in Fort At- kinson, in which a pickup truck and some worth of merchandise were taken. The pickup was found aban doned in Howard county. Apprehended on charges of interstate flight to avoid pros- ecution, Vagt faces larceny in the nighttime and larceny of a motor vehicle charges Iowa. C-O-M-I-N-G FARM AUCTIONS As Previously Advertised In The Gazette Farm Paged Wed., Sept. 11: Duroe sale, 8 p.m., I'arsons-Bcrry-Itehmaii, fairground, Iowa City. Sat., II: Auction, 10 a.m., mach., Mrs. Louis lln- zcilig, 3 mi. SE of Fairfax. Close out sale, p.m. mach., hogs, hit. goods, Chuck Sehaefer. 4 mi. NW of Al- burnetl Little people like Bishops because eating out with Mom and Dad makes them feel grown-up. And they particularly like the special attention they get from a Bishop Children's Hostess. Bishops is a place people like. People like you. YOU'LL FIND WE'RE JUST A LITTLE RUITFT Linclnlo CAFETERIA Downtown J, of L Join t Employe Narrowly Misses Serious Drops in Winneshiek To Ask Limited Use of Yule Lighting signed to apply the resources of universities In attempts to solve city urban renewal problems, according to City Manager Itay Wells. Tile tentative agreement reached between the two governing bodies calls for U. of I. administrators to draw up and submit the proposal CITY Bernard 24, route six Iowa Clt-y, narrowly escaped serious injury Monday morning as the result of an unusual fall. Doczal, a city employe, was at the top of a 32-foot "cherry picker" inspecting a city light Total elementary and secondary enrollment in the schools of Winneshiek county this fall shows a drop of students as compared witli total enrollment for last year. According to figures released by Docorah, which is an increase of 23 over (lie 1073-74 school term, but the junior high lost five since last year with 507. The biggest drop occurred in the elementary grades where the total enrollment is down 39. The 1974-75 elementary starting enrollment MOINES (UI'I) The Iowa energy policy committee (EPC) has voted to ask' In-wans to limit their use of Christmas lighting to conserve energy but decided not to set a lime limi_t on how long the lights should be up this year. The1 FPC voted in favor of approval by the city council. Major debate centered on the inclusion of the Johnson county regional planning commission and (he administration of the CAMBUS, a University of Iowa shuttle bus, being driven by Gale King, of rural Kalunu, attempted a right-hand turn at the intersection of Clinton and Burlington streets, South Winneshiek and North Winneshiek Community school officials, as well as officials of St. Benedict's Parochial school, this year total enrollment is smallest class in (lie Decorah schools is the lower primary with only 123 pupils, and the senior class is second smallest with its total of the use of Christmas lightning but without any time limits. "Lighting is a very small percentage of our energy he said. project. City Councilman Pat rear of the city vechcle. The impact drove the two schools in the county show slight Winneshiek dropped from 935 to 917 in just doing this to dramatize the energy favored this move. City Manager Wells said "too some 15 feet, knocking from his enrollment this year: Turkey Valley, with an elementary enrollment (Iccroy.scfi incrcuso member James Fuller. Last year, state officials agencies would dilute fell into the of Hi; and St. lowans to sharply re- effectiveness of the some cardboard with an increase of Crudes so or eliminate Christmas Preliminary discussion indicates a major thrust of missing tools and in enrollment M. 1 ho junior increased seven students to save energy. study would center on a few feet away. Douxal was released tile other schools include Oecorah, with a lower senior high increased an extra Shop ods to provide low-cost hospital Monday of 21 students; winncshiek showed the largest student loss with classified ads. ing for students, federally suffering only 18; and total of 534, 34 isted low-income housing programs, and overall contusions. Tile accident remains down 34. Al Decorah, the total last year. A big portion of the decrease is due to Best Carpet renewal by Iowa City is pupils in that the APPA ON THIS DATE in through is just Are 11 Canada declared war against Order Your Action-Ad, Dial represents a drop of 21 students. The senior high lias Valley went up in enrollment this fall from to USA personalized with your own initial. ftiiS? mm awsw'awa r .......--'MSB J V.1 1 m f" v just for letting one of our closer to you bankers show you how your next installment loan can cost you less with a NEW Peoples' Loan II Peoples' Interest-Saver is different from other install- ment loans you only pay interest for the exact number of days you borrow the money. A handsome 18-karat, gold-plated car key and key ring is yours ABSOLUTELY FREE when you come into Peoples and let a Closer to You Banker toll you how you can save when you borrow money for automobiles, appliances or other personal needs. We'll custom cut the key to fit your car ignition. 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