Cedar Rapids Gazette, September 13, 1974, Page 28

Cedar Rapids Gazette

September 13, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - September 13, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa -Mama Nom Council Airs Sewer Queries Marion’s council Thursday ni^ht listened to persons living in the area being assessed for the Alburnett road sanitary sewer extension project Two persons in the group of 45 gave objections. A written objection was filed by Wallace Cl. Boyson and sons. Bruce and Robert whose property is located along Boyson road Wesley Franks, route I, said the sewer would “do me no good " Other area residents asked questions about method of figuring assessments, why the sewer line is being located in front of the lots instead of behind, the manner in which payment may be made and when the project is to be initiated Front Footage Lee Schoon, project en-ginner, told the audience the cost was figured on the basis of the front footage of the lot. He said the line would be lo cated in front because many of the properties had trees in the rear, and that work would start, if the council approved the project, sometime in October and continue until spring. He said payment could be made when then residents received their bills or could be made over a 10-year period and paid with taxes A seven percent interest charge is placed on assessments certified to the county auditor and places on the tax rolls Assessable Schoon gave the engineer’s estimate on the project as $56,980 with the city’s share as $23,150. The remaining $33,830 is assessable The council deferred action on the sewer project until Sept. 19, so it could study the objections and comments made by the area residents The hearing was delayed officially for 35 minutes until a quorum of four councilmen was present However, Schoon answered questions about the project during the waiting period. A resolution was approved setting the assessable portion of the 1974 paving project No I at $139,703 The total projec t cost was $.341.68 1 37 Final schedule of assessments was approved Final Approval Residents have until March to pay the paving assessments before the seven percent interest charge is levied Final approval was given to the vacation of alleys in downtown Marion. Alleys vacated will be used for a tree planting program. Payment of $7,490 88 was made to the Rowley Construction Co. for work on the Tenth street bridge repair project. Total contract is for $24,636 Council approval was given to a contract with E and S Electrical Contractors, Inc., for revision work to be done on the traffic signals at Tenth and Eleventh streets on Seventh avenue Hiring Work is being done in connection with the underground wiring project the firm is doing for the parks Iowa City School Board Ordered to Admit Fox DES MOINES (UPI) -Pending results of a psychiatric evaluation, the Iowa City school board h*».s been ordered by a U. S. district court judge here to admit a student who was expelled last spring to Central Junior high school in Iowa City Judge William C. Stuart issued the order for Ethan Fox. who has been diagnosed as a hyperkinetic child, after the school board Tuesday denied admission to Ethan After Evaluation The board, instead, voted to act on his petition to return to school after a psychiatrist’s evaluation of the child is completed The school board expelled Ethan last May for allegedly disrupting the educational processes at his school after holding a hearing on the matter Stuart had ruled in February, in another case involving Ethan, that a student cannot be expelled from school without first having a hearing before the school board. Requested In testimony Thursday, Dr. Paul Houston, a member of the school board, said the child’s parents, Dr and Mrs. Stephen Fox, were requested to have a psychiatric evaluation made of their son But, Houston said an evaluation of the child made by a psychologist hired by his parents “is not that kind of evaluation at all." In his ruling, Stuart said “the record doesn’t show much parental cooperation" with the school board But. he said. “My concern is getting Ethan in school." Independence Man Admits Drunk Driving INDEPENDENCE    - Charles R. White, 22. Independence, pled guilty in Buchanan county district court Thursday to drunk driving and received a 60-day suspended jail sentenced. He was ordered to cooperate with the Northeast Iowa Council on Alcoholism, attend a school for drunk drivers in Waterloo, and his license was suspended The charge was filed Aug 17 department Contract was for $1,414 Final plat of Squaw ( reek s fourth addition was approved The addition is for industrial development. Second reading was approved for the amendment to the garbage and refuse ordinance establishing a 50 percent exemption for totally and permanently disabled persons under 65 vers of age Herman    Thompson, community development consultant, told the council the cl- Bid Approved By Park Board Marion park board Thursday approved the bid of Foster Heating and Air-Conditioning of Marion for the installation of new heating systems for the department’s maintenance shop at Thomas park The 125,000 BTU sysem will cost $500 not including mountings The footbridge over a drainage ditch in the area of Mentzer elementary school and South Eighth street has been completed, the board was told by Charles A Kre-menak, executive director. The bridge is located on the Krumboltz property which will s<KHI be dedicated as a city park The board authorized Kremenak to obtain cost estimates for a tractor and mower to replace a 12-year-old unit now in use. Kremenak also is to investigate costs of designing and installing a drinking fountaian iii city park. ★ ★ ★ Weekend Camp Outings Planned Two weekend camping outings are set for friends and families of the First United Methodist church this weekend A group will be travelog to the Yellow River forest state park for a fishing and roughing outing Mr and Mrs Gene Zingula are the coordinators The second group will camp at Pinicon Ridge county park near Central City The Rev. J M Steffenson Is coordinator. Worship services are planned for Sunday. A potluck picnic is set for I p m at Pinicon Ridge for persons who are unable to attend the entire weekend Another champing and retreat programs being planned for Oct. 26 and 27 at Pictured Rin ks United Methodist camp near Monticello Prosecutor The chief prosecutor at the Nuremberg Trials in 1946 was Robert ll Jackson, associate justice of the US supreme court C.R. Man Fined on Drunk Driving Count TOLEDO — LockwiKid Gillett, 65, of 1906 Western drive SH, Cedar Rapids, has been fined $3<HI and costs in Tama county district court on his guilty plea to a charge of drunk driving. He was ordered to complete a course for drinking drivers Gillett was arrested by a stale trooper July 18 BUILD A NEW HOME ON YOUR LOT ANY PLAN-ANY SIH ANY STYU-ANY Of SION ANY WHERI WE Will BUILD ANY PIAN OUT Of OUR CATALOG OR ANY PIAN Of YOUR OWN FRIE ESTIMATES CUfEtmtlT FURRH HTD • 30 DAY DELIVERY • GUARANTEED PRICE • HIGHEST QUALITY raft COLOM CATALOG Price lilt Own*rj Lit! TY BENNETT, BUILDER R.R. HY, IOWA RH. 848-4368 U.S. HOMES HW IND AVI. DB HOHM ■■rn» good . . . special! . Good Fri., Sat., and Sun. Sopt. 13, 14, and 15 Blackberry Cordial Ice Cream MV £ Vt Gallon M Roq.$1.25 Piov® it to yourself NOW1 “lf it comas from a cow . . • iii bettor if iii Dairy Ai aid!9 ★ You can help control pollution Tbtnk Ecology .    . buy your milk in glass! Only clean, sterile Glass Bottles are used by Dairy Maid * Now Fall Hour* Are Now In Effect! All Stores Open IO a.rn,-9 p.m. 1526 First Ave. NE    • 2030 Sixth St SW 541 I Center Pf. Rd NE *3219 Mf Vernon Rd SE 408 Edgewood Rd NW • Phone 365 3206 tv has received approval of its request for a $15,000 grant to study tho Seventh avenue and Marion boulevard traffic problems from the cast to west city limits The study will he made in conjunction with a similar project being done in Cedar Rapids. A class C beer permit was renewed for the Me Tiki, Inc , 2540 Seventh avenue, and a dance license for the Armar ballroom. 641 Marion boulevard ★ ★ * A group of local residents is sponsoring a horse show Sunday for all area youth IS years old and under. The event will be held starting at 12:30 p.m. on the old rodeo grounds in American legion park No admission will be charged for the show, but donations will be accept cd at the gate. ♦ ★ ★ I wish to thank all those who supported me in Tuesdays election Your trust and confidence is appreciated Dr. Larry A Wogahn — Adv YMCA — Saturday’s activity schedule at the Marion YMCA is: Non-aquatic — Saturday fun club 9:30 a rn., junior high gym IO 30, adult gym noon, family gym 3 p.m., gymnastics club 4; pool — pre-school lessons 9 a rn., youth recreational swim IO 30. junior high recreational noon, adult and family swim I p m Everybody’s doing it . . . Selling idle. but no longer needed items with classified Ads! Parole Possible For 25-Year Robbery Terms DES MOINES (AP) - Persons serving prison sentences for robbery with aggravation may Im1 eligible for parole, even though the law specifies their imprisonment must be 25 years, says Asst Atty. Gen Thomas I) McGrane. The indeterminate sentence law says courts must not set a specific number of years for a sentence when people over 16 years old are convicted of crimes other than escape, treason, murder, or crime that carries a penalty of life rn prison. But the prison term must not exceed the maximum time provided by law Donald L. Olson, executive of the board of parole, asked for the opinion because the section of law dealing with robbery with aggravation states that people who are armed with a "dangerous weapon" during a robbery "shall be imprisoned, for a term of 25 years." McGrane believes "the specific wording does not affect the question of whether parole can he granted and that such language merely stipulates the maximum" sentence Trade Approved By Board for 5 New Buses WAUKON - Allamakw (’'immunity school hoard approved the trade of five us«n1 units on the purchase of five new school buses and also approved bus body and chassis specifications. Bids for bodies are to he in by Oct. ll at 4 p.m., and bids for chassis by Oct. 14 at 4 p.m. The rental of school buses for 1974-75 to senior citizens and public sponsored student groups was approved at 35 cents a mile plus cost of driver Restrictions on use of buses for activities were left to the discretion of the administration Reimbursem n    the    pas these examinations, required of all new employees and every three years for others, have been reimbursed at the maximum rate of $10. The board also has designated Dr B R Withers as the local delegate to the Iowa Assn of School Boards delegate assembly, with Wendell Watts as alternate. The annual reorganization meeting of the new hoard will be Monday at 7:30 p m. at the senior high school Neu Committee Lists $13,229 Income for Year DES MOINES - Lt Gov Arthur Neu’s re-election committee' said Tuesday it took in $5,967 from July I to Aug 31. making income for the year $13,229 The report by Citizens for Neu was the first received Tuesday by the Iowa secretary of state’s Office Many Republicans had said they would Iowa Citian Elected By Kidney Foundation DES MOINES - The Kidney Foundation of Iowa has elected Dr Richard Freeman, Iowa City, as its president Dr. Freeman succeeds Dr Richard L. Lawton, also of Iowa City, who served as the group’s president since 1972 Robert M. Sierk, Iowa City, was elected chairman of the board The election took place at the group's third annual Gift of life luncheon at Iowa City. voluntarily disclose campaign contributions and expenditures Sept ll), even though state law didn’t require it Tuesday was the day federal office-seekers had to report campaign funds to federal authorities. The Republican lieutenant governor’s committee said it spent $4,188 during the current reporting period for a yearly total of $9,630 On Aug 31, the committee had $6,173 left in its treasury, the report said Expensive Leak A leaky hot water faucet can waste up to 50 gallons of water a month — water which you are paying to heat Replacing worn-out washers will usually solve the problem. * The asparagus plant contains a drug called rutin, useful in preventing hemorrhaging DAILY 14 99 NEAR YOU ? WK*4 plant now! Over 50 TYPES To Choose From! 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