Cedar Rapids Gazette, November 6, 1974, Page 8

Cedar Rapids Gazette

November 06, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 6, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 4A The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Wed., Nov. S. 1974 Vote on Linn County Offices County County Atty Recorder >■ rn ► ft •8 I I ■k O S a I rn at M JC * Rapids I 487 180 514 137 526 Rapids 2 616 355 601 335 568 Rapids 3 530 319 541 283 499 Rapids 4 614 560 566 580 518 Rapids S 692 582 638 587 597 Rapids 6 506 196 506 180 50? Rapids 7 390 147 379 130 376 Rapids 8 562 311 557 290 530 Rapids 9 432 291 416 274 470 Rapids IO 724 437 720 401 664 Rapids 11 735 637 712 622 669 Rapids 12 847 538 605 532 550 Rapids 13 590 589 522 624 449 Rapids 14 725 260 723 236 717 Ropids 15 357 13? 363 96 363 Rapids 16 914 465 919 406 898 Rapids 17 709 356 701 335 687 Rapids 18 733 302 713 290 711 Ropids 19 526 238 551 200 555 Rapids 20 810 437 796 409 807 Ropids 21 588 156 582 131 60? Rapids 22 732 176 709 167 708 Ropids 23 486 122 481 IOO 498 Ropids 24 551 255 568 216 543 Rapids 25 651 280 659 748 645 Rapids 26 572 284 573 258 567 Rapids 27 615 192 617 161 611 Rapids 28 329 102 317 91 320 Ropids 29 581 339 574 306 561 Rapids 30 390 188 370 178 373 Rapids 31 640 439 594 416 603 Ropids 32 623 339 604 337 596 Rapids 33 631 469 62? 444 678 Rapids 34 655 458 647 433 638 Rapids 35 . 570 442 545 434 507 Rapids 36 638 444 602 433 592 Monon I P l 355 188 373 172 351 Marion I P.2 359 223 305 195 371 Monon 2 P l 461 307 485 282 464 Morion 2 P.2 505 345 521 328 483 Morion 3 P l 381 191 395 171 375 Monon 3 P.2 433 277 487 212 457 Marion 4 P l 404 270 445 230 394 Marion 4 P 4 458 258 483 229 464 Bertram 359 210 364 194 34? Boulder 116 45 126 35 127 Brown 344 264 358 245 355 Buffalo 94 46 99 40 IOO Clinton 229 112 234 101 226 College 146 67 144 61 152 Fairfax 372 155 379 129 359 Fayette 118 66 121 63 121 Grant ......... 168 107 190 76 183 Hiawatha 578 275 571 266 570 Jorkson 184 187 202 162 192 Linn .......... 86 70 74 80 73 Linn Mar 313 216 326 190 309 Lisbon 357 208 360 189 373 Maine CTS CN 211 279 191 271 Mt. Vernon 527 395 500 395 48? Otter Creek 212 145 216 133 219 Putnom 199 58 198 61 200 Robins 449 258 475 217 451 Spring Grove 90 90 102 75 98 Squaw Creek ll 5 IOO 96 120 80 Washington 394 173 408 156 424 Absentee 1081 650 1082 62? 1058 Total 31711 18165 31505 16920 30722 County Censurer J £ 144 396 351 657 675 204 150 338 294 503 710 620 715 259 120 46 J 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 Supervisor F ? I 426 461 416 432 504 460 343 485 376 553 565 517 428 584 304 710 546 559 426 595 502 603 409 452 513 455 534 282 424 310 494 462 486 509 403 487 292 316 369 381 314 342 313 367 291 97 314 87 187 115 272 101 138 464 143 65 234 315 224 483 145 160 380 70 75 334 926 25329 J J 233 491 415 747 758 237 185 380 332 584 789 662 733 388 174 645 502 473 329 625 229 278 193 343 414 390 263 130 452 245 585 483 601 589 584 561 238 264 397 468 244 345 355 335 268 63 280 53 147 89 234 84 127 371 215 84 289 237 248 424 195 95 312 102 143 236 785 23749 Planning Unit Downs Condominium Zoning Plans for a 32-unit complex of luxury condominiums north of Elaine drive MW 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 K-2 community unit plan zoning for about 51.5 acres bounded roughly by Elaine drive, Edgewood mad, 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 subcommittee found Commercial Space The revised plan replaced several ten-plex units with four-plexes, increased setbacks and eliminated an area originally planned as commercial space As presented Tuesday, the plan showed a lake, a pond, a putting green, indoor and outdoor pools and four tennis courts as well as 332 housing units Opponents of the rezoning. 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 Listing the improvements he said would be* necessary if the units are built, one of the objectors warned, “The taxpayers of Cedar Rapids will have to pick up the tab 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 doubted if the landscaping shown in the site plan would actually bi* 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 plans), but they end up putting garbage cans back there,” 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 HNI acres of land.” In other action, the commission: — Denied a request by Donald and Karla Ackerman to rezone property at 515, 519 and 519-4 Ninth avenue SF' from R-4 to M I to permit storage and parking — Approved a request by Jack and Marian Barnes to rezone property at 4935 Louisa street NE from R-2 to R-3. — Approved a request by Hrs. Robert aud Richard U. S., Soviet in Forestry Pact WASHINGTON (UM) - I S. and Soviet forestry officials have reached agreement on a new five-year plan of coo|>era-tive research. The agriculture department Motorist Fines Self For Damage to Sign LOS ANGELES (AF) - A West Hollywnod motorist made a l)oo-boo and decided to lie his own judge and jury. “The enclosed should take care of a street sign post I knocked over some time ago.” read the unsigned letter mailed to Kenneth Hahn, chairman of the county board of supervisors, along with a cashier’s check for $50 announced that the plan, approved by a joint commission on scientific and technical cooperation in forestry, includes research on methods of controlling forest fires with chemicals Spokesmen said it was develope! in meetings between I . S. officials headed by John McGuire, head of the forest service, and G. I. Vorobyov, chairman of the USSR state forestry committee. Other subjects listed for joint research on information exchange programs include integrated control of forest insects and diseases, development of improved tree-harvesting procedures, and effective methods of detecting and preventing forest fires. Massive Use of Resources Says Accidents Demonstrated at Expo '74 ^fT!°’"Df,^°nAP) Geiger lo rezone property at I95C First avenue NE from R-4 to R T The zoning is necessary for offices on the property to be in compliance with the zoning ordinance withont 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 Ut 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 Rmderknecht Co. to rezone property at I NN) Second avenue SF^ 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, adjacent to a larger tract previously rezoned, from R I to R-JG. Planning commission actions are recommendations to the city counc il, which has the final authority in zoning mat tcrs. SPOKANE. Wash (I PI) -A I S. Geological Survey tote board operated during the run of Expo '74 indicated the nation will use more resources during the lifetimes of all persons now living than in all its previous history. The tote board was located in the Environmental Center of the* I S. Pavilion at Expo The board used digital counters to prov ide continuous tally of the present consumption rate of such resources as energy water iron ore. aluminum ore and copper The tally was mainlined from Jan I through the fairs end. Nov. 3. In the case of energy, the board indicated the amount of energy equivalent to ll billion, barrels of oil were consumed during the ten-month period Projected through the lifetimes of all persons now living, the figure totaled 5H5 billion barrels. This figure compared Permissiveness Too Late, Alas LONDON (AP) - William Heath. 86-year-old father of British Conservative leader Edward Heath, says “one of the greatest advantages of being as old as me is that you 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 it.’’ the elder Heath told an interviewer “But they’re wrong. I love flirting And my only complaint about the permissive society is that it came 4b years too late ” to a total of 4<mi billion believed consumed from 177H to the end of 1973. The board's figures, projected over the lifetimes of all persons now living, also indicated that HHH million tons of aluminum ore will be consumed compared to 29b million tons since 177«, and that 5 9 quadrillion gallons of water will be consumed compared to 4 7 quadrillion gallons during all of the nation’s previous history In the ten-month period the board was in operation at Expo, one of its c ounters indicated that 110.5 trillion gallons of water was consumed by Americans. The board now will be returned to the survey’s national center in Reston. Va., for refurbishing and later public displav. — The nation’s inflation rate could In* cut by 2 percent if accidents were eliminated, the president of the National Safety Council says. Vincent Tofany said council statistic*s show $14 billion was lost last year in direc t injury costs, lost wages and related expenses. Mishaps in the home and in vehicles cost another $10 4 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 Safety Council. Anesthetic Ether was first used as an anesthetic by Crawford VV. bing in 1H42. JON M. REED 362-9714 Ranch in Marion Sop* (WH* UM aq ft f**« mom tow. sunk** twmf (•ww, hoi How tomity roo*, fwraty nod krfcHow wife 41 bwfe rn, matte aiircow wit wtti tMmf flew toms to pofM, two itaN ottwhod pirogi control w pkrt many otW »tiros pc nod Mw* (Mw inn rn IOU W Hrtt VU.tii 366-5363 ecia rice Bonne Bell Plus 30 Cream Plus 30 Lotion DESIRABLE AFTER THIRTY URGENT AFTER FORTY! Use Bonne Bell's Plus 30 Hormone Cream and Hormone Lotion. A special estrogen formula in Plus 30 keeps your skin moist, firm and younger looking. 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Plus 30 lotion $5.50 ARMSTRONG COSMETICS-STREET FLOOR quality is economy National Races in Linn Precinct    Senate    2nd    Hist    Congress ■£ k    $    *    -S > C ±    Iii "a    2    *    •*    3    -E *    %    C    ac    ca    £ Rapids I    508    162    IO    397    275    3 Rapids 2    84)3    365    19    383    571    14 Rapids 3    566    306    6    380    478    5 Rapids 4    6d4    595    6    264    924    3 Rapids 5    ....... 702    582    14    384    892    7 Rapids 6 ......... 538    185    6    430    291    4 Rapids 7 ...... 428    144    2    342    213    2 Rapids 8    .    .    594)    34)2    6    426    462    5 Rapids 9    ...    478    263    7    353    379    2 Rapids IO    794    398    13    463    711    ll Rapids ll    797    596    IO    490    1117    4 Rapids 12    671    531    ll    402    785    5 Rapids 13    580    612    6    324    862    9 Rapids 14    747    251    8    514    446    7 Rapids 15    386    120    3    297    204    0 Rapids 16    947    444    7    721    669    6 Rapids 17    726    354    12    497    579    8 Rapids 18..    .    719    331    9    547    514    4 Rapids 19    ....    547    233    7    437    340    2 Rapids 20    ..... 840    435    6    592    663    5 Rapids 21 ......... 597    158    3    506    234    6 Rapids 22 .......... 755    168    8    584    335    8 Rapids 23.    ... 293    67    6    409    211    4 Rapids 24    .    .. 610    215    2    465    351    2 Rapids 25    634    295    9    511    422    6 Rapids 26    632    243    4    464    402    5 Rapids 27    627    194    IO    520    301    6 Rapids 28    335    102    2    27(1    167    I Rapids 29    592    333    8    384    516    5 Rapids 30    396    208    5    306    293    3 Rapids 31    638    469    8    342    657    4 Rapids 32 ....... 619    356    13    434    531    5 Rapids 33 ......... 659    464    8    440    674    8 Rapids 34 ........... 556    447    3    451    278    5 Rapids 35 .......... 569    459    13    308    713    9 Rapids 36 ......... 620    459    15    38.3    700    5 Marion I P.1 ....... 363    197    4    286    267    0 Marion I P.2 ....... 375    217    8    290    297    2 Marion 2 P    l  483    312    8    366    425    5 Marion 2 P.2....... 524    359    5    334    540    I Marion 3 P.1    ..... 376    202    IO    310    259    6 Marion 3 P.2    476    239    9    358    355    IO Marion 4 P    l    431    279    I    280    417    2 Marion 4 P.2    458    271    9    369    355    7 Bertram    358    216    6    273    301    4 Boulder .    ..    119    45    3    115    46    4 Brown . .    357    260    IO    312    300    8 Buffalo    ...    80    60    3    88    51    4 (Tinton .......... 228    HO    7    192    144    5 College............ 14b    75    I    109    IDI    I Fairfax ........... 350    178    4    280    246    2 Fayette............ 121    63    5    105    79    4 (•rant.............170    119    I    147    137    2 Hiawatha.......... 575    285    6    492    374    5 Jackson ........... 175    204    2    154    222    2 Linn............... 68    86    0    62    93    0 Linn-Mar.......... 278    253    6    213    312    ll Lisbon............. 360    215    8    310    249    5 Maine.......... 243    241    7    218    264    8 ML Vernon . 568    378    ll    433    503    IO Otter Creek    . ..    196    166    8    169    192    8 Putnam .    178    78    7    161    94    4 Robins    . ,    ..    464    250    6    377    334    ll Spring Grove ...    79    103    5    82    103    3 Squaw Creek    107    109    3    54    IHI    0 Washington    391    192    6    343    239    6 Absentee    1.199    579    5    905    860    7 Total .    32193    18187    459    23634    26880    335 We couldn’t keep our good name unless we lived up to it Smooth as Silk Kessler Now the third largest selling American whiskey. JULIUS KtSSUS CO. UAftlKCtMG. IVO. BUMM WSM #> PhoOf 72 Vi% GSW MUTUAL SMITS. New Set of “Hands'’ for Post Office A new moil sorting machine is under construction at the main U.S. post office in Cedar Rapids. The 77-foot long structure will handle 30,000 zip-coded letters per hour with a full crew of 18. When completed in December, the machine will take the place of hand sorting. Cost of the structure is $ I 50,000. SMOOTH AS SILK KESSLER <(/ •Hi AMERICAN blended whis: ;

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