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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 5, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                The Cedar Kapids Gazette: November 5, 19' City Briefs Metro Kiwanis Darrell Sla-l Budget Meeting The Heali jaugh, public relations director Center United Way Joint Budg for Kirkwood Community col- lege, will speak Thursday at 6 p.m. at the Roosevelt hotel. Player Taken Mark Ca- hoome, 179 Fifteenth avenue SW, Monday reported a tape player, five tapes and two speakers taken from his car while parked at a downtown location. The items were valued at Optimist Club Lois Ko- pecky will speak on the Linn county Humane Society at the Thursday Noon Optimist club meeting at the Elks club. Rent Amana Radarange fro Buresh Rental 7 days a wee -Adv. Tools Stolen Richard Jo gensen, 4500 Ford avenue Monday reported a tool box an tools valued at taken fro his residence. Ring Missing Dennis R bertson, 2107 Blairs Ferry roa NE, Monday reported a weddir ring valued at and a wall containing stolen or mi placed while at Polly's Pen house, 4415 First avenue NE. Hickory smoked barbecue ribs, shrimp and chicken served Wednesday, 6 to 9 p..m Stickney's Scoreboard, Marion -Adv. Money Missing James Ba lentine1 reported Monday from the cash register at th Downtown Service 11 Second street NE, was taken o misplaced. Country Store Bazaar Novem ber 7th, 10 till 3, Westminster Presbyterian Church, Third Ave at Bever S.E. Luncheon Senior Citizens Reserva lions 366-7185. Free Nursery.- Adv. Buffer Taken Clarenc- Long reported Monday a buffe valued at and a gallon o paint polish valued at takei from the reconditioning shop a Rapids Chevrolet, 627 A avenue NE. Cameras Taken Dorothy Evans, a teacher at Polk school Fifteenth street and B avenue NE, Monday reported two cam eras valued at taken from her desk drawer during a breakin. We sell silver and gold coins for Records Taken Robert Rucker, 3135 Cameo lane SW Monday reported two tape re- corders valued at taken from his garage. Rhonda Bolden is now work- ing at Jan and Jerry's Beauty Salon, 3917 Road N.E. Early appointments avail- able. Meat Taken Gregory Spanos reported Monday 35 pounds of steak valued at and approximately in coins taken in a breakin at the J.D. Steak House, 1846 Sixteenth ave- nue SW. Sweaters: 2775 Franklin Ave. N.E. Adv. Tires Taken Richard W. Foye, 306 G avenue NW, Mon- day reported tools and tires va- lued at taken from his garage. Fresh Lynn's Turkeys. Order now for Thanksgiving. Nelson's Grocery and Meats. Adv. Panel No. 1 will have a speci meeting at p.m. Wednesda in the lower level conferent room of the Linn county Heali Center building, 400 Third ave nue SE. Re-elect Ralph Tuesday, 5. Paid by Potter for Senate committee. M. L. Allen, Chaii Lions Club Lute Olson, bas   tilc llosPital "ere was found to 'u fairly in The Gazcttu. ono i Turner, Republican candidate [acceptance of a proposal f" .W Barry Bennett, conlain a ncedlc. IS12.129: unit MVP Dr .himn'i r, ___ M... n.; or re-election, also said J0'111 Nuveen and Co. Democratic opponent, Tom Mill er of McGregor, has falsified hi; by claiming Turner hai [one after only million in mpounded funds. "Like Turner said in letter to Frank Nye of The Jazette, "you neglect to men ion that I not only tied for sec- nd among the state attorneys ;eneral in time of filing suit for mpounded highway funds Sept. 12, 1973) but that I actual- obtained a judgment from udge (William) Stuart of the "nited States district court for le Southern District of Iowa, entral Division, in the sum of which judgment as been upheld in the United, tales Circuit Court of Appeals or the Eighth' Circuit (at St. "Missouri is the only state hich got a judgment first and he U. S. government did not ap- eal it. I can't help it- that our ase was appealed. "In addition to this, on June 8, 1974. I filed 'suit in the U.S. istrict court for the District of olumbia for in im- ounded sewage works con- :ruction funds which had been ppropriated to the Water Pollu- on Control commission of the lepartment of Environmental uality." will remain active in reviewing :former Katherina Hladik; mended the center be built inigrandchildren and a sister, Mrs. >wned hotel on urban renewal and east of the Roosevelt hotel. conjunction with a privately-John Divishek, rural Amana. Services Thursday at 2 in the Brosh chapel in Cedar Rapids ,by Carl McCoy. Burial: Castek Turn that unused piano into alcemetery near Swisher. Friends (ike, car, or whatever you want may call at the chapel Wednes- o buy with a want ad! Magistrate Court nv. Police said Mrs. Dalgliesh as northbound on Edgcwood oad at an undetermined rate f speed when her car crossed le median strip, traveled 90 et, and struck the light pole, he car wrapped around the ;ht -pole, trapping the driver, e fire department was called free Mrs. Dalgliesh from the treckage. No charges have been filed. Clawson Quitting White House Job WASHINGTON (AP) Ken Clawson, who had been a key Nixon administration aide, will leave his post as director of communications at the White House Thursday, it was an- nounced Monday. ireakin Nets Surglars Merchandise Guns, jewelry, radios, food id money totaling in Value were reported taken Mon- day in a breakin at the Keith Eisher residence, 5301 Sixth street SW. Eisher told police three re- volvers, one rifle, on shotgun, four watches, three rings, two radios, a camera, a tape player, meat valued at between and liquor valued at and cash were taken. irand Jury Gets 'wo Drug Cases Two persons appeared in agislrate's court on charges of issession of controlled sub- ance and were bound over lo e grand jury following, prclim- ary hearings. Larry Zahradnik, Ely, was innd over 'Monday. He is larged with possession ol arijuana on Sept. 29. Thomas Knight, route one edar Rapids, was bound over He is charged with pos- ssion of speed on Oct. 22. August. unit five, 111 Manville, The company offered to de- velop a funding method for the proposed center, cost of which is now estimated at between million-and million. If the method proposed by the firm is successful, the agree- ment calls for a fee equal to one jercent of the amount of the 'unding. If it is unsuccessful, no "ee will be paid. Fletcher said his committee gifts, It was the third candy bar and special foumi ncrc a necdie in it. Last Friday, Mrs. Raymond Van Haupn of Grundy Center had a tip of -a needle removed from her mouth. On Sunday, a full length needle was discovered in a candy bar that! had been given to a son of Mr. I and Mrs. Marv Manning. j Marten; Services in C. R. For Joseph Ludvicek OXFORD Joseph Ludvicek, 89, route 2, Oxford, died Sunday in Owensboro, Ky., after a long it UOUIHy out! in AJJII in at iv illness. A retired farmer, he said the needle bed been clever- was born Oct. Surviving are his wife, jly inserted in the wrapped] the candy bar at a seam at one the wrapper. :he Nuveen proposal and devel- oping more specific plans for :he center.. The committee report recom- Truck Driver Convicted on Use of CB DES MOJNKS An Omaha man 'has hccom? Ihe A ;m uf first trucker-ever convicted over July figures, an operating a citizen's band (CB) gf employmenl radio In violation of federal nmM commission communications commi s s i o n rules, according to US. Ally., L. Allen Donielson. (ljVeclor ffll. thc commis. U S. Magis'rate Ronald Long-. werc staff Monday found Kenneth Timplerly guilty of the cliargelP'aced in jobs in August corn- after two federal agents leslkpared with in July and ficcl that Timplerly had failed: 11.714 one year ago. to use liis assigned call letters, j Hays said the employment of Longstaff fined Timplerley young people as corn detasslers but said he would suspend caused the substantial over-the- of the amount if the re- month gain. The number of em- maining is paid. ployed lowans under 22 years of Timplerley was one of nine1 age increased from in July ruekers charged during in August.- crackdown Aug. 13-15 on ruekers' misuse of CB radios. Another of those truckers, A total of women found jobs in August, over the July count. The state agency daughter, Mrs. Godfrey Shupi- tar, rural Oxford; a son, Char.les, North Liberty; seven Vandalism Reported at Independence School INDEPENDENCE Vandal-j ism was reported at St. John's! Catholic school here Monday! night. i Police reported 10 dozen eggsj were thrown against 48 windows of the school and a car was James E. Bratcher of Colton, helped veterans find em- Halif.. pled guilty Monday be- Payment in August, including ore Longstaff to operating a 219 handicapped veterans. citizen's band radio without license. lie was (ii :ined in Hospital suspended ill driven on the school yard. with a want ad. with to be suspended he pays the remaining I INDEPENDENCE Thomas Donielson said that of the Young. 21, Independence, was in critical condition in University hospitals in Iowa City Tuesday following an accident on a county gravel road several miles north of Independence, betails of the accident were not available. nine truckers charged, six have pled guilty, cue has been con- victed and two are at large. Solve your buying, renting, selling or locating problems fast Man Sentenced on Resisting Charge William Dunek, 432 Seventh street SE, pled guilty Friday in magistrate's court to a charge of resisting execution of process. He was given a 30-day jail sentence with credit for time served and the remaining suspended. He was charged with resisting Cedar Rapids 'police officers Oct. 22. Sentence Deferred in Drunk Driving Case Bessie Joslin, Wendy Oaks :railer court SE, pled guilty Monday in magistrate's court to charge of drunk driving. Sen- tencing was deferred. She was arrested Sept. 10. Arms Meetings Go into Recess GENEVA (AP) The U. S.- Soviet strategic arms limitation alks SALT II were re- cessed Tuesday to await the out- come of the first meeting be- tween President Ford and Leo- nid Brezhnev late this month. 27 of Every TOKYO (AP) A govern- ment survey said Saturday 27 of every Japanese were suf- fering from respiratory disease in 1973, apparently because of worsening air pollution. Need an extra bicycle? Shop the classified ads. 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