Cedar Rapids Gazette, November 6, 1974, Page 7

Cedar Rapids Gazette

November 06, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 6, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 4A The Cedar Baplds (iazelte: Wed.. Nov. 6. !971 Vote on Linn County Offices County Atty. County Recorder County Treasurer Ropids 1 Rapids 2 Rapids 3. Rapids 4. Rapids 5 Rapids 6.. Rapids 7.. Rapids 8.. Rapids 9.. Rapids 11 Rapids 12. Rapids 13 Ropids 14 Rapids 15. Ropids 16 Rapids 17. Ropids 18. Ropids 19 Rapids 20 Ropids 21 Rapids 22. Rapids 23.. Rapids 24 Rapids 25 Rapids 26... Rapids 27.. Rapids 28 Rapids 29 Rapids 30 Ropids 31 Rapids 32 Ropids 33 Ropids 34. Rapids 35 Rapids 36.. Marion 1 P.I Marion 1 P.2 Marion 2 P.I Marian 2 P.2 Marion 3 P.I Marion 3 P.2 Morion 4 P.I Marion 4 P.4 Bertram Boulder Brown Buffalo Clinton College.. Fairfax Foyette Gronf Hiawatha___ iotkson linn........ Linn-Mar Lisbon Maine Ml. Vernon. Otter Creek Putnam Robins Spring Grove Squaw Creek Washington Absentee Totnl 487 616 530 614 692 506 390 562 432 724 735 847 590 725 357 914 709 733 526 810 588 732 486 551 651 572 615 329 581 390 640 623 631 655 570 638 355 359 461 505 381 433 404 458 359 116 344 94 229 146 372 116 168 578 184 86 313 357 273 527 212 199 449 90 115 394 1081 31711 180 355 319 560 582 196 147 311 291 437 637 538 589 260 132 465 356 302 238 437 156 176 122 255 280 284 192 102 339 188 439 339 469 458 442 444 188 223 307 345 191 277 270 258 210 45 264 46 112 67 155 66 107 275 187 70 216 208 211 395 145 58 258 90 100 173 650 18185 514 601 541 566 638 506 379 557 416 720 712 605 522 723 363 919 701 713 551 796 582 709 481 568 659 573 617 317 574 370 594 604 622 647 545 602 373 305 485 521 395 487 445 483 364 126 358 99 234 144 379 121 190 571 202 74 326 360 279 500 216 198 475 102 96 408 1082 31505 137 335 283 580 587 180 130 290 274 401 622 532 624 236 96 406 335 290 200 409 131 167 100 216 248 258 161 91 306 178 416 337 444 433 434 433 172 195 282 328 171 212 230 229 194 35 245 40 101 61 129 63 76 266 162 80 190 189 191 395 133 61 217 75 120 156 622 16920 526 568 499 518 597 502 376 530 420 664 669 550 449 717 363 898 687 711 555 807 602 708 498 543 645 567 611 320 561 373 603 596 628 638 507 592 351 371 464 483 375 457 394 464 342 127 355 100 226 152 359 121 183 570 192 73 309 373 271 482 219 200 451 98 80 424 1058 30722 00 144 396 351 657 675 204 150 338 294 503 710 620 715 259 120 467 377 318 210 435 140 187 112 255 268 284 187 115 346 194 481 356 443 470 495 466 185 213 320 383 198 248 292 263 225 41 253 37 114 57 163 62 93 285 186 81 219 186 211 438 134 60 259 80 135 153 659 18975 County E1 1 Planning Unit Downs Condominium Zoning Plans for a 32-unit complex of luxury condominiums north of Elaine drive NW received a setback Tuesday when the planning commission refused to approve zoning to permit the development. Owners Kenneth R. and Ortha Harstad and Edgar L. King, and option holder Donald M. Caraway, wanted R-2 com- munity unit plan zoning for about 51.5 acres bounded roughly by Elaine drive, Edgewood road, Hillside drive and a line extended north from Twenty-sixth street. The property is now zoned R-l and R-2. The planning commission's zoning subcommittee had earlier recommended denial of the request, but a revised site plan submitted Tuesday solved many of the problems the sub- committee found. Commercial Space The revised plan replaced several tcn-plex units with four-plexes, increased set- backs and eliminated an area originally planned as commer- cial space. As presented Tuesday, the plan showed a lake, a pond, a pulling green, indoor and out- door pools and four tennis courts as well as 332 housing units. Opponents of the roznning. who had a petition signed by about 450 persons, said the condominium development would worsen an already existing drainage problem for storm water, as well as tax the capacity of Madison school and area streets and sidewalks. Lisfing the improvements he said would be necessary if the units are built, one of the ob- jectors warned, "The lax- payers of Cedar Rapids will have to pick up the lab for all this." Single Family Jerry Miller, 1733 Hillside drive NW, said residents of the neighborhood were assured when they bought their homes the area would remain single-family residential in character. He said he doubled if the landscaping shown in the site plan would actually be carried out, and he doubted a line of trees shown in the drawing to screen the development from neighboring homes would be provided. "Architects always show a lot of trees (on site but they end up putting garbage cans back he said. Commission Member Robert Blythe seemed to sum up the group's feeling just before the zoning was denied when he said, "I'd like to see the same thing put ten miles out on 100 acres of land." In other action, the commis- sion: Denied a request by Donald and Karla Ackerman to rezone property at 515, 519 and 519-% Ninth avenue SE from R-4 to M-l to permit storage and parking. Approved a request by .lack and Marian Barnes to rezone property at 4935 Louisa street NE from R-2 to R-3. Approved a request by Drs. Robert and Richard Gelger to rezone property at 1956 First avenue NE from R-4 to R-T. The zoning is necessary for nfllces on the property to be in compliance with the zoning ordinance without a special permit. Approved a request by Eugene R. Lefebure to rezone property at 3017 enter Point road NE.from R-2 to B-l to allow him to continue operation of a small auto repair shop. The commission rezoned only the back part of his property and an access strip. Approved a request by R. W. Rinderknecht Co. to rezone property at 1300 Second avenue SE from R-4 to R-l. The zoning is subject to provision of adequate parking space, and is necessary' to permit expansion of medical offices. Approved a request by Zinser Investments, Ltd.. to rezone a small triangle of land on Edgewood road NW, ad- jacent to a larger tract previously rezoned, from R-l lo R-3G. Planning commission ac- tions are recommendations (o the city council, which has the final authority in zoning mai- lers. U. S., Soviet in Forestry Pact WASHINGTON (UPI) U. S. and Soviet forestry officials have reached agreement on a new five-year plan of coopera- tive research. The agriculture department Motorist Fines Self For Damage to Sign LOS ANGKLKS (AP) A West Hollywood motorist made a bno-boo and decided lo be his own judge and jury. "The enclosed should lake care of a street sign post I knocked over some lime read Ihe unsigned loiter mailed lo Kenneth Harm, chairman of the county board of super- visors, along with a cashier's check for announced that Ihe plan, approved by a joint commis- sion on scientific and technical cooperation in forestry, includes research on methods of controlling forest fires with chemicals. Spokesmen said it was developed in meetings between I'. S. officials headed by .John McGuire, head of Ihe forest service, and G. I. Vorobyov, chairman of Ihe USSR stale forestry committee. Other subjects listed for joint research on information exchange programs include integrated control, of forest in- sects and diseases, develop- monl of improved tree-har- vesting procedures, and effec- tive methods of delecting and preventing forest fires. National Races in Linn New Sef of "Hands" for Posf Office A new mail sorting machine is under construction at the main U.S. post office in Cedar Rapids. The 77-foot long structure will handle zip-coded letters per hour with a full crew of 1 8. When completed in December, the machine will take the place of hand sorting. Cost of the structure is Massive Use of Resources Demonsfrafed af Expo '74 SPOKANE. Wash. (UPI) A U. S. Geological Survey tote board operated during the run of Kxpo '74 indicated the nation will use more resources (Hiring the lifetimes of all persons now living than in all its previous history. The tote bnarri was located in the Environmental Center of thu Ul S. Pavilion at Expo. The board used digital counters to provide continuous tally of the present consump- tion rate of .such resources as energy, water iron ore, aluminum ore and copper. The tally was mainlined from Jan. 1 through the fair's end, Nov. 3. In the case of energy, the board indicated Ihe amount of energy equivalent to 11 billion, barrels nf oil were consumed during the ten-month period. Projected through the life- times of all persons now living, the figure totaled 585 billion barrels. This figure compared Too Late, Alas LONDON (AP) William Heath. 86-year-old father of British Conservative loader Edward Heath, says "one of the greatest advantages of be- ing as old as me is that yon can do things that would bring younger men a punch on the nose." "You can go around kissing girls at parties and even their husband don't mind they think you're too old to enjoy the elder Heath told an in- terviewer. "But they're wrong. I love flirting. And my only complaint about the permis- sive society is thai it came 40 years loo late." to a total of 400 billion believed consumed from 1776 In the end of 1973. The board's figures, project- ed over the lifetimes of all persons now living, also in- dicated that 698 million tons of aluminum ore will be con- sumed compared to million tons since 1776, and that 5.9 quadrillion gallons of water will be consumed compared to 4.7 quadrillion gallons during all of Ihe nation's previous history. In the ten-month period the board was in operation at Ex- po, one of its counters indicat- ed that 1111.5 trillion gallons of water was consumed by Americans. The board now will be re- turned to the survey's national center in Reston, Va., for refurbishing and later public display. JON M. 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Vincent Tofuny said council statistics show billion was lost last year in direct injury costs, lost wages and related expenses. Mishaps in the home and in vehicles cost another billion, he said. The total of the two equals about 2 percent of the nation's Gross National Product, he added. Tofany spoke to the Greater Detroit Safetv Council. Anesthetic Elhcr was firsl used as an anesthetic by Crawford W. Long in 1342. Rapids Rapids Rapids Rapids Rapids Rapids 6 Rapids Rapids 8 Rapids 9 Rapids Rapids Rapids Rapids Rapids 14 Rapids Rapids Rapids 17 Rapids 18 Rapids Rapids 20 Rapids Rapids Rapids 23 Rapids Rapids Rapids Rapids 27 Rapids 28 Rapids Rapids 30 Rapids Rapids 32 Rapids Rapids 34 Rapids Rapids Marion 1 P.I Marion 1 Marion 2 Marion 2 P.2 Marion 3 P.I Marion 3 Marion 4 Marion 4 P.2 Boulder Brown Buffalo Clinton College Fairfax Fayette Grant Hiawatha Jackson Linn Linn-Mar Lisbon Maine Ml. Vernon Oiler Creek Pulnam Spring Grove Squaw Creek Washington Absentee Total 3 23634 335 AMERICAN BLENDED WHIS Smooth as Silk Kessler Now the third largest selling American whiskey. ;

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