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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 9, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa IDA Ki'I'lds (iiurtlr: U'ril.. October HI7-I Nature Center Sets Operating Hours and Fees Magistrate Court [Work stoppage Board End Is Seen J At LeFebure i ni Security Oil-site op'rating hours ami pour On i Lol'Vlmir a school The hoard also wanted re- UM' lees have been established I r lo return to, lmri im Hie ctteets ol having a for weekends a, the Indiair Assault Counts work Wcdncsdav ending an un- l.tol e'nplove live campus Creek Xalure Center. According i .on the school campus in nn school districts to Xatnre Center Dircc.oV Four person, have appeared I stoppage nl the. ;l. Curtis Abdouch, these are in magistrate's court on chafes plant which began las week. _ "''U limes when members tuul Ihe of assault and hallery. director 01 M-U-I-II general public are invited to use: 1'anl lleidmann Lisbon was L'nitwl Auto Workers local: school hoard luesdaj nig i. School buildings on Ihe facilities .such as Discovery: found guilty Monday and fined! said the executive board j The board discussed SKV. Trail without a guide and He was chained wilh as-lmet Wednesday morning wilhiKloyd 1'cguinp. secondary ]as( and Prairie oul prior reservations, 'saulling Thomas Travis on striking workers. ilodial supervisor, lo locale a L-l A naturalist and other volun-.22. The workers accepted the lasl spring as the rc- leer staff will he on duly during gloria Baker. Hiawatha, pled jommendatma from Weed and campus. these hours to provide assis-lguilty Tuesday and was "cculivo board that (hey Kslimalcd cost for sewer and tance and intormation to and costs.'.She was charged return lo work and process Iheirwaler lines and other soi-up a m e s (i. ors and to distribute assault JoAnn Hemer on grievance throiiRh Ihe regular charges would he about preliminary grievance procedure. Security Dug survey of district residents re- The work stoppage stemmed D.........n a sc_ construction of a .swim- and other items. ISept.B. Weekend operating hours are, 1012 lOighlh street Saturdays, I p.m. to 5 p.m.. andlSK, paid a S25 fine and costs Sundays. I p.m. lo 5 p.m. Dm1-1 Tuesday after being found ing these hours use fees for Ois-guilty Sepl. 12. She was charged jcovcry Trail are 50 cents for j with assaulting M. E. Bir- adult non-members, and 25 mingham, a Cedar Rapids po- lice officer, on Aug. 14. The charge against Dean i cents for non-members under age 12. "The cenler is not ye I official-1 Brown, .'i-123 Dennis drive NW. ly open for casual visitation on'was dismissed on request of the weekdays." said witness. He was an tips and with assaulting Ellcnj I''irst shift workers were to re rations such as school classes.! Brown on Sept. 30. Scouts. '1-H. church groups, 1 vouth groups and civic clubs; n I' I J. I'may call Ihe Center's office LOOT i arrange field trips and guided j Qnp :hikes on weekdays. "At all times use by groups is j Youth Arrested reservation only." he added., IA'S the barn remodeling is com-1 The merchandise taken in a p.mimii) nviint'iin a .se- -''ncing u x'ar b-v Congress. The court set a heari High Court To iStudy Rail Act ?n WASHINGTON lAPi The court agreed Wedues- Svobodo Cites Ruling !n Supermarket Case recent [albums, one headset, a suitcase, court verdict against the A P a blanket and S21 cash. The One Arrested, Another Soughi In C. R. Breakin milc to 15 cents a mile, and the Born Nov. 10. 1892, fnr Was Walker, he was married Jan. (i, ?15 to 1920. to Augusta Rape al Park Rapids. Minn. He attended Til- lhe chanSe rctllmcs ford Academy in Vinton, rea during World war 1 served with; !thc U. S. army in France. Mr. j j_inn Hoffman was a member of i American Legion post at' rPODe 3 supermarket chain for price fix- jing "reveals Ihe extent to which large corporate interests will go alley. One of the youths, 15, was ar- rested. The companion escaped. Police said lhc boys look aj A 15-year-old boy has been'Walker, siprnn. 3.1 and his adult com-! Surviving in n'Uiitinn to 'panion was being sought in are two sons, Vaughn breakin Saturday at the Mar-Carl, both of Codar Rapids, and' garct Erusha residence. 1515 (wo granddaughters. items were valued at ?390. Patrolman Doug Hansel saw the bovs carrying the items at blum, 47, former president of Equity Funding Corp., pled guil- ty in connection wilh one of the! hi S. History ana admitted lie Knew decision by a pan. of plans to sell phony insurance'ness' in whieh a slcrco sclicral judges In control food production from p.m. Tuesday in an alley in the farm to the lable." said 500 block of fourteenth da Svoboda, candidate for SE. The youths dropped 'representative. ;thc items when he approached, on Aim 7 M j J he court set a hearing or biggest business scandals in an Aug' 7 blwkln clt 23 on -in 'ipne-il from n S. history and admitted he Rill'ids bus'- decision by a panel of throe fed- Philadelphia policies, to counterfeit slolcn- .striking down key portions of nnrl In pvurm-rilp the u-nrili nf Hc liatl sentencing deferred "ic acl. and lo cxaggLMte the woith 25 wils ilp. the company. iwhcn in Linn by the government and Only a week into what was ex-irict court Tuesday. If he re-: "10 United Slates Kailway Assn.. The case involves an instance'.police said. "of too few getting too big, Ihe resultant injury being spread; i between Ihe livestock raiser and; Joseph Udrk UI6S, the consumer. East Iowa Solon The rural Amana Democrat! spoke Tucsdav in callingjhc California verdict f warning thai Iowa must act now 'c'u__ Three recent ijuen breakins have io ihv; Linii Eighth street SW, which was foiled when the victim scared off ithe pair. The juvenile was Scmces: 10 a.m. 1'riday at Murdoch funeral home A storage van belonging to Highway Surfacers, New llamp- Tuesday after police received at Matsell over the weekend and tncnds may call at mt cnaigeu.iunpral home after B information he might have pecled lo bc a Jenglhy trial, Goldblum pled guilty Tuesday to five counls of conspiracy, securities fraud and mail fraud. He had been indicted on >13 counls. U. S. Attorney ,Iohn Newman said the government will urge a stiff sentence and was reluctant lo let the former Wall Street broker off on the other counts. "But the number pled to gives the court sufficient leeway lo give a sentence that would be satisfactory to the govern- Newman said. Goldblum could bc sent to prison for 30 years and fined up to Sentencing is set for Feb. 10. to do what it can lo prevent .._ains on good behavior public, non-profil. corporation monopolistic control over (he a period !o be dclermined by j set Ihe act lo map thcipnidnclion. processing, and tribulion of beef and other I'ocd'1'15' May' illness which had caused him lo leave Ihe legislature before lhc 65th general session concluded The Standard station at Cen- tral City was broken into Mon- bcen involved in the "breakin. F d''.v n'8ht shclls and c'- Policc were searching for the' I >cc liom H.'ias-smtLi garcts valued at stolen. IS-vcar-old youth who reported-' MOSCOW lAPi Soviet Jews Thieves broke into Valley ly grabbed the woman alter she celebrated the traditional fes- View Baptist church, 5555 Ml. found them in her kitchen. lival of Simchat Torah Wcdnes- Vernon road SE. Sunday night The adult allegedlv shoved c'a-v an unusual degree of or Monday and stole cash ihcr back into her heriroom be- freedom from police and a clock and radio unspec- Ifore fleeing the house. iilcd value, was taken in the breakin. police the parole office, the charge a number of bankrupt be dismissed. 'railroads. The act is challenged by cred- iilors of Ihe Penn Central Trans- portation Co.. who say con- tinued operation of the railroad under the legislation is draining the money which thcv have Clark, 63. reportedly died of Fatal Bus Blast; Grenade Blamed cancer at University Hospitals ;hcre where he had been under treatment since Sepl. 20. Clark, who represented Dubuque's cast completed his first lerm in the house this vear. Kirlcwood Librarian on! Health Science Pane! Maude Jahncke. librarian al Community college. 1" )e :lmone three persons were Wednesday and -M others in-; ncqucsi Sccn jured in a commuter bus lAP) Depu- sion. Police said it was secretary of Defense William by a grenade. jClcmcnts says there is a strong jpossibility Ihe administration Need a compact, economy, will ask a supplemental appro- The best buys are lo increase U. S. aid lo j lured in the classified ads! Shop Thursday 9 'til 9 Come See all the Window Shade ways to Better Sleep at Smulekoff s See our entire selection of window shades by Joanna Western. Slarling as low as S3.99. In our Drapery Depl., now locnled on our newly remodeled 5th floor THIRD AVENUE AT FIRST STREET S.E. OOWNTOWN CEDAR RAPIDS Board To Ask Change In Security Income Linn supervisors voled Tues day to suggest lo area members mu "UL'SU "ILS -vu'lr- 'fall conference of the Iowa l.i- 'of congress a change in legisla-1 l'arl.v officials were exploring in Des.Moincs. lion pertaining lo supplemental "lp process to nominate a: ,jahnckp and Judy Tal- securily income. candidate lo lill Clark's assistant college librarian The change would permit per-.Clark was running represent Ihe school at Ihe sons housed in public it appears likely his meeting Thursday and now ineligible, to receive the.wi" appear on the ballot Nov. 5. }Friday. federal funds. The change woiild: Oflicials said a special elcc-j Tom Carney. Cedar Kapids allow a resident of the may have to bc held follow-Icily librarian, is president of Ihe home to receive about a ing the general election to fill h LA and will preside over a gen- month. Clark's seat. 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