Cedar Rapids Gazette, October 10, 1974, Page 3

Cedar Rapids Gazette

October 10, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 10, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Tin- Crdar Hanids Ciuzrlti1: Thurs., October HI, Bilking Told By C.R. Woman, 82 Magistrate Court An 82-year-old Cedar liapids woman reported Wednesday she was bilked out of in a con- Charge Reduced to Disturbing the Peace When she returned, .she loldj c.lrlci._ pled guilty Monday in magis fidence scheme worked by [o Ihe victim the man would like to speak with her. The inonev was held while thej (Continued from Page 1.) problem is tin the be said A loam from DEQ is expected in Marion on Friday to work on tbe problem. Painter, in making the an- nouncement about the water i (rate's court lo an amended thcre.ls but When she returned lo the store lifter failing to find Mr. White's office, the two women were gone. The couple working the con- fidence scheme apparently tried j 24 when he br unsuccessfully Wednesday tojof a building a bilk another woman, who re- women. The victim told police she was approached by a woman in front of Armstrong's department store at about p.m. Wednesday. The woman, who was described as while, with blonde hair and between 20 and 30, asked victim for the name of a the incident to police, but attorney. refused to identify herself or The woman said she details. ___ an attorney to handle settlement j of an accident in which her six- Asked year-old child had been injured. The settlement was slow in! Seek Italian coming and she did nol like the n i A J way it was being carried out. rafty AcCOfQ Ihe victim related. charge of disturbing'the peace and was given a .12-day jail sen- tence with credit given for time He was charged with mali- cious injury lo a building Sept. roke Ihe windows building at 4444 First ave- While both women were ROME (AP) President Gio Assault Case Bound To Linn Grand Jury Michael Johnson, no address.! was bound over to the grand! jury following a preliminary j hearing Monday in court on a charge of assault with intent to do bodily injury. j boiling is lo be done as a pre cautionary measure. The -problem caused a shut down of classes in Marion In- dependent school district. No school was held Thursday. Linn-Mar had school Thurs- day. The main campus has its own water supply. Water was hauled to the Wilkins building in northeast Marion. The Bowman j Woods building is tied into the [Cedar Rapids system. St. Joseph's St. Joseph's Catholic school Iso had classes. Water was magistrate's bl'ouSht in for drinking Ivanni Leone Thursday Senate President Giovanni i walking on the sidewalk, an- other woman approached j holding an envelope. The see- i Spagnolli to talk with the na- tion's political parties in an ef- fort lo form a new government to cope with Italy's economic He is charged with assaulting asKM! David Lint on June 15. oad woman, who was des- cribed as blaek and also be- tween 20 and 30. said she had just found the envelope con- laining approximately I problems and a strong Comma- clwges of assault Two Men Appear On Assault Charges Two persons appeared in magistrate's court Wednesday -j u !nist bid for power. The second 'woman said she was going to sec a Mr. White, who formerly worked for the In- ternal Revenue Service, and who had an office in the Dows build- ing, 210 Second street SE. She reportedly said she would share Ihe money if they were interest- ed. At this time, the first woman reportedly said she needed the money immediately and would After failing to find an accept- able candidate for premier in three days of his own political consultations, Leone named Spagnolli to hold "exploratory" talks with the party leaders and report back to him. A successful outcome of the discussions would enable Leone to designate a political leader lo form Ihe new government. give up her sharp in return for a' Spagnolli. a Christian Demo- loan from the victim. The victim told the woman she did not have which represented each person's one-third share of the enve- lope's contents, but she did have The two women rat like outgoing Premier Mari- ano Rumor, said. "I hope that all political parlies, in such a difficult moment, will contri- bute lo make this attempt con- structive." Political sources said Spag- purposes. Cooks in the hot lunch program were boiling water for cooking. Dr. Clark Stevens, Marion In- idependent superintendent, said he expects classes lo resume j Friday in the district. Stevens said he has received !''excellent cooperation from Ihe city and the county civil defense department." The district is being provided I with a water tanker Purchase of Purchase ot FlOOd Plain Land Okayed Hearing Is Tuesday Heads On Sueppel Appeal L.R. Com Club K.WA CITY Jndge Harol W he Iowa conservation com- ,7 ,ls of by a discharge.! Iowa liquorjS mission has approved an and one of mail fraud. ]conlrol agent. lo purchase 220 acres of Hood plain property adjacent to Linn county's Malsell Dridgc natural environment unit. The land is being obtained and is to be turned over to the county conservation board under a management agree- ment through the slate open spaces acquisition program. Keane, the liemocralic Francis lUudl is Frank Dean leader of Ihe Chicago city cil, WHS found of charges he used his position as alderman to profit from three land speculation companies. Kcane's lawyers said they would appeal the verdict. Keane, 69, faces a maximum the liquor control commission by Sept. Hi or face dismissal. Sueppel has protested Ills dis- charge as an agent. legality of hisjpresident, Stan Miller, treasurer ordered ]M} Sears, secretary. Named directors were Strnad, Robert Douglas, Jonn Kelso and Jim Handing. e notes he was suspended u takes only a minute to gel Inesday with his discharge nle Of ;i lifetime lie Wednesi unni be of ft) The land is being purchased a! fore the slate executive council. Sueppel, in his petition filed through want ads. from Marvin and Opal Brink on During the month-long trial, an option for one of Keane's partners in the Flood plains are one of six firm of Alpine Investments, testi- .ypes of land that may be ac- quired under the acquisition irogram initialed by the Mth [eneral assembly. Prog r a in guidelines require that the seller and the commission agree on he price. The first appropriation, fori There is something new hap- ficd under immunity from prose- cution that Keane used informa- tion obtained through his city post to help the company pur- chase land at a 19C6 county lax- delinquency properly sale. Thursday, notes his suspension was without pay and requests a ruling on the legality of this Gambling Ban JAKARTA (API In- donesia's parliament has banned all forms of gambling in the country. The bill passed Wednesday provides maximum Richard Henry, jr., 1720! for Friday classes, along withies The Matsell acqui-j 973, was for million. The jpening everyday in the elas- punishment of 10 years' impris- commission acquired acres jsified ads... see for yourself.1 onment. inder that appropriation. i Tlie state has management! agreements with county conser- vation boards for -137 acres of hat land. The appropriation for 19741 Grande avenue SE. was 400-gallon trailer tankers. innocent. He was charged with assaulting Gerald Tuffel on! Sept. 6. j Strategic Sites "These will be located at stra- f, [tegic sites in the district. One Joseph Gaal. LOO fifteenth: h h avenue SE. pled guilty and was given a seven day jail sentence with credit, given for time served. He was charged with as- saulting Linda Edgeton. on Aug. Grand Jury Receives Forged Check Case unit will be at the ihigii school." "The other one will be in the area of the city hall, First Pres- byterian and First United Meth- odist churches for use by city employes and junior high school students attending classes at the two churches. "The tank truck will be used !fo transport water to 'the cle- sition was one of three propos-j als from Ihe Linn board in 1973. which were resubmitted after they were not approved last year. The acquisition and manage- ment agreement are expected to be completed in a few weeks. His Marathon Proves in Vain CORVALLIS, Ore. (API Fritz Wilhelm. 12, jumped more than 23.000 times on his pogo Darrcll HcCrory. 1927 First ;memary- buildings. We have stick and thought he bad set "a [avenue SW. waived prcliminaryjportable watcr dispensers in theinew world's record. Then he agreed on the deal and went jnolli would try to bring Christ- ian Democrats and Socialists to- jgethcr in another center-left j coalition government. Humor's to the victim's residence to get her bank book. After the withdrawal was made, the pair went to a store across the street from the Dows building to await word from the hearings Tuesday in magis- trate's court and was bound over to (lie grand jury on six elementarics. 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