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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - September 26, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Thsrs., Sept. 26, 1974 Sidewalk, Sewer, Sfreef Projects Approved The Cedar Rapids cily council inel in regular session Wednesday with the mayor and all commissioners pre- sent. Invocation was given by the Rev. David F. Larson, St. Mark's Lutheran church. The following business was conducted; all resolutions were passed unanimously and all petitions and reports taken under advisement, unless otherwise noted. Accounts, Finance Resolution approving the execution of a first amend- ment to the grant agreement relating to federal aid in the development of the municipal airport. Resolution granting permis- sion for Lloyd L. Glessner to attend the National Assn. of Housing Redevelopment Offi- cials' conference in Boston Sept. 29 through Oct. 2. Resolution granting refund on cigaret permits to Dale W. and Elinor Andrews and to Belden Hill Co. Resolution granting con- tract for demolition of struc- ture at 932 L street SW to Paul Underwood. Public Improvements Resolution granting request to construct concrete side- walks in Southland addition by Investors Association, Inc: Resolution granting request to construct sanitary sower in Wilmar's Tenth addition by Wilmar Development Co. Resolution accepting rider from Midwest Development Co. decreasing liability of subdivision bond covering construction of concrete pav- ing in Bowman Woods unit seven. Resolution authorizing mayor and city clerk to sign change order number ten, FAM project, Ml. Vernon road SE from Nineteenth street to Memorial drive. Resolution authorizing installation of street lights at three locations. Resolution accepting concrete alley paving petition submitted by LeFebure Corp. as required in resolution 44-74 for alley located in Thompson and Gable's addition. Second reading for ordi- nance vacating a portion of streets and alley lying be- tween Fourth street and Sev- enth street NE between 13 and C avenues in the Cedar lake urban renewal project. Second reading for ordi- nance vacating a portion of Fifth and Sixth street NE lying between A and B ave- nues. Resolution accepting sewer easement from Evans, Evans, Hoegen and Collins at 3901 First avenue SE. Resolution authorizing ex- tension of time to Lametti and Sons, Inc., for completion of Morgan creek sanitary in- terceptor sewer. Resolution granting request from Wilmar Development Co. to construct concrete paving and sidewalks in Wilmar's Tenth addition. Public Hearings Public hearing set Oct. 16 on transfer of Ambroz recrea- tion center to the Cedar Rap- ids community school district Public hearing set Oct. 16 for. request by C and L En- terprises, Inc., for vacation of sanitary sewer easement in Edgewood Gardens Sixth addi- tion. Public hearing set Oct. 1C for request by Midwest De- velopment, Inc., for vacation of sanitary sewer easement, Pheasant Run addition. Public Safety Second reading for ordi- nance repealing the building code and certain provisions of the fire prevention code and enacting a new building code. Resolution approving the appointment of K.R. Stevcley as a member of the board of adjustment from Sept. 25 to June 30, 1979. Resolution accepting the resignation of Fire Fighter Richard A. Tripp from the fire department effective Sept 30. Resolution granting permis- sion to Fire Marshal Anderson to attend the national fire assn. conference in Times Camera suggests: Every card you send can be a very special gift! Order Now and orders received before October 25th) from your favorite'snapshot negative or slide! Come in, and see our choice of designs and card styles for your personal HOLIDAY GREETINC7S but don't wnil! Order yours now and relax For finest quality and service.. We're your full service camera store! 141 3 First Ave. S.E. Nixl to limes Seattle Nov. 18-21. Resolution extending vote of thanks anil appreciation to Carl V. Hock for serving 10 years as a member of the board of adjustment. Resolution authorizing purchase of a 1974 Ford Mav- erick for the employe safely department. Resolution establishing two- hour parking from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. on the north side of Thirty-first street NE from C avenue easterly 520 feet. Resolution granting permis- sion to Detective Mary Armbrecht to attend a course on the investigation of sex crimes, to be held at the southern police institute at Louisville Dec. 2-13. Resolution establishing no parking from 7 a.m. until 5 p.m. on the south side of Twenty-first avenue SK 290 feet east of J street, easterly 145 feet. Resolution rescinding reso- lution granting permission to Police Chief Wallace N. La- Peters to attend the labor relations workshop in Phila- delphia. Resolution designating Asst. Chief Gareth Cllft as the city's official representative to the Linn county metropolitan pub- lic safety communications board and Capt. Paul Dicker- son as his official alternate representative. Resolution granting permis- sion to the Jaycees to operate a haunted house at 59 Collins road NE Oct. 25-31. Planning, Zoning Petitions from James W. Bell Co., Inc., requesting change In zone from R-3 to R- T and from R-3 to M-l in 1700 block of J avenue NE. Petition requesting incorpo- ration Into the city of the Seventh Day Adventist church on the southwest corner of the intersection of Edgewood road and Forty-second street NE. Third reading for ordinance rczoning, B-l to B-2, property at 3901 First avenue SE, peti- tioned by Evans, Evans, Iloegen and Collins; property First reading for ordinance rezoning, 11-1 to R-1A, proper- ty at First avenue W, north of Olive drive, petitioned by Midwest Development Co. First reading for ordinance reaming, B-l and R-3 to M-l, property at Seventh street and Eighth avenue SE, petitioned by Wayne T. LaPree. Petitions, Reports Petition requesting permis- sion to hand out flyers in the downtown area on Oct. 12 and 19, for the promotion of the Junior league bargain bazaar. Protest from resident re- questing enforcement of var- ious ordinances. Petition requesting approval in undertaking riverbank, improvement steps as outlined in an agreement between the city council and Quaker Oats Co. Petition requesting ciiy- wido leaf pickup and disposal instead of leaf burning. Petition from Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. and Cuzzins Co. requesting the city to vacate an alley between lots 1 through 5 and 6 through 10 in block 29, between Fourth and Fifth streets SE. Petition from various resi- dents requesting installation of street lights on Eleventh street SW between Eighth ave- nue and Third avenue. Petition from R.D. Cassa- baum requesting final air test after plumbing fixture in- stallation be discontinued. Turks To Float Cyprus Bonds ANKARA, Turkey (AP) Turkey will sell "peace opera- lion" bonds to pay for Its Cyprus invasion, Finance Minister Denlz Baykal said recently. Baykal told a news conference the tax-free bonds, paying II percent interest, will go on sale next month. Baykal said the original invasion cost Turkey million and the second military operation ex- panding the Turkish-held area added to this economic burden. ON THIS DATE in 1973, the Southern Governor's Conference, concluding a meeting in Point Clear, Ala., elected a Black Governor Melvin Evans of the Virgin Islands as chairman. The small car of tomorrow will probably be a little more powerful, handy and comfortable than ever. The 1975 Monza shown above, offers this today. It has advances like rectangular headlights set in a soft front end, fold-down rear sent, and n new 4.3-litrc V8 engine available. In the background above, our new Nova LN Sedan. A luxurious Nova with thick carpeting and wide-back reclining front seats. For 1975, all Novas have been emphatically refined aiong the lines of elegant European sedans. Nova's always been good. Now it's beautiful. IMPAIA America's favorite car continues to provide the room many families need plus plenty of quiet and comfort. Still the great American value. Miil-suc, easy to drive, room for six, mid-priced, strong reputation for value. America's most popular intermediate. Our sensibly sporty compact. It looks like n million and drives like it looks. WAGONS Din ones, small ones, in-between ones. Practical wagons that make sense for America. And you. MONTE CARLO Its special ability: making you feel uooJ. About the way it looks ami drives. About yom own taste anil judgment. CHEVROLET'S NEW EFFICIENCY SYSTEM FOR 1973 It's the key parr of a program aimed at helping our new cars run leaner (more run save you money every mile. The Efficiency System is standard on all 1975 Chevrolets with V8 or 6-cylinder engines. It's a series of significant engineering improve- ments working together for the very first time. Components include High Energy Ignition, catalytic converter, Early Fuel Evaporation and steel-belted radial ply (ires. In sum, the System is designed to heighten the pleasure and lower the cost of driving a 1975 bring you a better running car in many ways, along with improved fuel economy, more miles between recommended maintenance and an engine that stays cleaner internally because of no-lead fuel. Your Chevrolet dealer will gladly you the details and answer your questions. See him and the sensible 1975 Chevrolets starting September 27.
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