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November 12, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 12, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa THIRD AVENUE AT FIRST STREET S E --------.DOWNTOWN    CEDAR    RAPIDS Board Outlines Goals TIip Cedar Rapids Gazette: Tues., Nov. 12, 1971LAFF - A - DAY Two Plead Guilty to Drunk Driving Counts Irving Work Gets Top Priority By Janet Jones Completion of improvements at Irving elementary school has received top priority from the Marlon Independent school board Supt. Clark Stevens Monday reported on tabulation of goals suggested by board members. The goals were ranked by the number of board members who suggested a specific project. Some goals, Stevens said. were not measureable. Following is a listing of the objectives cited by board members: 1. Building and maintenance — Finish building addition renovation, maintenance, repairs, community study of the Irving school and establish district-wide program to comply with OSHA requirements 2. K 12 educational program — Conduct and supervise a comprehensive analysis of the various programs to determine the extent to which the needs of all students enrolled are being met. 3. Community involvement — Increase the level and base* of community involvement in educational decision-making. and determine whether the goals and objectives of the district’s professional staff coincide with those of the community beinfc served. i. Cooperative programs — Develop and implement a formalized plan including benefits and projected costs for a proposed program of cooperation and sharing between the local municipality, Marion and Linn-Mar school districts. Inform Public Work to maintain and improve the harmonious rela tions that eurrenlty exist among these three organizations Inform the public through the media and public meetings of the educational and financial advantages of such cooperation and sharing programs 5. Administrative and Staff Accountability — Develop an accountability model for the system which will measure results more than input. 6. Finances — Develop a budget which graphically shows the allocation of funds by programs and share this information with the professional staff and patrons through public meetings and handouts. Funding Priority Prepare a financial contingency plan to put into operation in the event severe economic conditons force a cutback in the district s educational program. Explore all possibilities for obtaining available state and federal funds for our district. 7. Professional negotiations — Encourage and make necessary preparations for administrators and board members to become more knowledgeable in the area of professional negotiations. * * * The board will hold ifs next neighborhood meeting Non 21 at Irving, at which time special reports will be given on activities at the high school. Irving Principal Arnold Benedict pointed out that since the Irving-Emerson study committee will not have had a chance to meet before then, it will be too early to discuss the future of the Irving building. Named to the Irving-Emerson study committee were: Donna Olson, Tom Singer, A W Benedict, Barry Norris, Wayne Jackson, John Vernon, Edward Eala, faro! Bailey and Eldon M< Millen MoMillen was named chairman The members are to report back to the hoard Jan 9 ( bange Orders Four change orders were presented on the junior high project. A change in the location of the service entrance was approved, resulting in the saving of $1,975 In working in the old shop area, it was discovered the actual construction did not exactly follow the* blueprints Since a wall originally thought to Im1 a load-bearing wall is not, a lintel must Im* added at an additional cost of $959 Removal of the overhead doors in the old industrial arts Marion News Displeasure Aired Over Housing Program Deadline JOW A (TTY - The Iowa City council and city staff in* foiTnally expressed displeasure Monday about extension of * city deadline. The deadline of Nov. 20 had been set for bids for development of federally-assisted hou sing for the elderly in Iowa (Tty ^ However, the Rev. Robert Wehft offered to buy Chauncey Swan Plaza, a parking lot owned by the city. For Welsh s bid to be appropriates the council would have to extend the deadline to Dec. 24 to i*'low for time for a public heal ing and review period as required bv state law. Whik' no vote was taken, both tine staff and council expressed concern over the delay inherent in considering Welsh’s bid t 0 * In other business, the council abreed to lease a now vacant filling station to Philip Spelman for a temporary location for the Greyhound bus depot. The lease will be for two Truckee Narrowly Escapes Collapse Of Iront Bridge WINTHROP - TIU' Old Iron bridge over .Buffalo creek on a county road a mile northeast of Winthrop collapsed Monday afternoon. Lewis GaWery. SH. Winthrop. narrowly escaped injury when he junux'd to safety as the bridge be^an to give way as he crossed ut with his semitrailer truck The cab of the truck had just cleared the bridge when it sank The trailer and backhoe it was carrying were damaged Estimated cool of replacing the bridge is $2(1* WHI, according to county Engineer Randall Murdock. He said he did not know if the top of the backhoe had caught the top of the bridge, causing the collapse. or if the Undue sank under the truc k's wight Murdock said no plans have yet been made1 for bridge* replacement. In the meantime, area motoriss will have to detour three miles ti? the Old Dump road. Bank Clearings Bunk clearings for the week ended Nov. 8 totaled ID5.948 -327, the clearing house lhas reported This is up from the previous week's clearings of $14 379.268 C learings for the same week in 1973 were $13.- SSMU.    \ years with two consecutive two-year options to renew. The council also directed the staff to study two possible sites for a neighborhood park in the Washington park area. The council also retrieved a |H»tition from neighborhood residents opposing the rezoning of the old Elks country club structure. The site is now restricted to single-family use* The owners of the building are requesting conversion of the structure to apartments. The c ity’s planning and zoning commission recommends the apartment zoning be allowed . Senior Citizen Bum Cedar Rapids System Telephone 383-8244 Area Ten (SEATS) In Cedar Rapids 398 5605 Elsewhere 800-332-5934 MARMADUKE Services Wednesday For Albert W, Martin Albert VV Martin. 78, route 3. a lifelong resident of the Marion community, died Tuesday in a Cedar Rapid* hospital Born July 3, 1898. at Marion. he was married Sept 28. 1921, to Ida Nielson at Mt. Vernon. Mr. Martin served with the* CS. army during World war I He had farmed in the same area since 1921. was a leading Hampshire hog breeder and was a member of the Prairie Chaped I niter! Methodist church. Surviving in addition to his wife are a daughter. Mrs Ralph Blackford, Marion, three sons. Albert W Martin, jr., Fayette, and Lloyd and Paul Martin, both of Marion, 17 grandchildren, and eight great-grandchildren Services: 1:30 Thursday at the Prairie Chapel church bv the Rev. Clive Cook. Burial. Prairie Chapel cemetery. Friends may call at the Murdoch chapel after ll a m Wednesday. Friends may if they wish. contribute to the heart fund as a memorial. Butler Charged In Jones County Robbery Attempt ANAMOSA - A Cedar Rapids man has been charged by the Jones county sheriff's department with robbery in connection with an attempted robbery at the intersection of highways 84 and 151 early T uesday. Officers said Harold Dean Bd tier. 24. was picked up by the Mt. Vernon police after he allegely attempted to rob a trucker who was parked along the shoulder of the highway sleeping. Merle Draper. 33, rural Dysart, told authorities he fought with his assailant and knocked him down. Deputies said that fearing for his own safety. Draper then flagged down a passing motorist to call the police, junqied in his truck and drove off, followed by Butler. The incident occurred about 3:15 a ni. Butler was turned over to Jones county authorities by Mt Vernon police By Anderson & teeming WM NAI I tan **« HW* “All right. You can play." CARPENTERS SUB-CONTRACTORS with 2 or 3 man crew to frame single dwelling and multi level homes in your area for a nationwide borne builder. Immediate employment. Good compensation package with pay out upon completion of rough erection. For more information, call Construction Department. 612-721-6792 CAPP HOMES Minneapolis, Minnesota YMCA — Wednesday s activity schedule at the Marion YMCA is Nonaquatic — women’s exercise 9 am. open gym IO and I 30 p m., men s fitness class noon, family activities 7; pool — school lessons 9 a rn. and 2:30 p.m., adult open swim noon, youth recreational swim 4:30, swim team 8. family and adult sw im 7. it it it Ear piercing clinic Saturday noon — 4 p.m. Next Clinic December 7 Ray’s Jewelry — Adv. Set Meeting — The Marion water board of trustees will meet Thursday at 7 30 a rn in the civil defense room at the city hall Contracts will be signed for the Linn-Mar water installation project it it it My Favorite Dry Cleaner is now open. 1204 7th Ave . Marion — Adv * * * Hickory smoked barbecued ribs. shrimp and chicken served Wednesday’s. Stickney's Scoreboard. — Adv. ON THIS DATE in 1989, three gunmen held up an armored truck in New York and escaped w ith nearly $1.3 million dollars in receipts from Aqueduct Race Track room and the finishing of the area was approved at a cost of $1.850 The installation of security gates lo shut the rest of the building off from the gym, kitchen, restroom area would cost $3,758 The hoard asked Supt. Stevens and junior high Principal John Fowler to investigate the cost of portable security gates ( racking Again Fowler rejwirted the roof on the oldest part of the building is in bad shape. He had hoped it would not need attention of major proportions for at least a couple of years The district maintenance men have been patching it as needed but it is cracking again Since the area is to have a false ceiling at the third floor level this creates a possible problem which will be inspected by Richard Riedel, district roofing consultant. Rerouting on the other portion of the existing building is finished except for flashings. A report has been received from Riedel on the problems at Mentzer. He said the major problem should be turned over to the district attorney to determine legal responsibility of the varius contractors and architects. More Work He estimated it will cost $80.(100 to repair the roof. In addition, the deck will need repair and when a more thorough study is done even more work probably will be needed he said Stevens reported he has received a letter from Duane Datisman informing the board he would like to resign as business manager for the district effective Jan. 17 to accept a similar position at Clinton Stevens suggested the hoard go into executive session to discus the matter. Upon returning the hoard accepted the resignation subject to finding a suitable replacement U. of I. Old Capitol Will Display Marion Meteorite IOWA CITY (AP)- When the Old Capitol on the Cniver-sity of Iowa campus opens to the public July 4. 1978. an object that 19th century visitor may have seen fly overhead will be tm display. Suit Filed TOI.EIM) - I BS Musical Instruments, a division of CBS, Inc.. Fullerton, (alif., has filed suit in Tama county district court against George Mlikens, doing business as The Guitar Studio. Tama, in which judgment for $8,777 41 is asked The amount is claimed due for merchandise sold to Miekens. To Grand Jury on Drunk Driving Count TOLEDO - Douglas E. Miller. 1305 Fifth avenue SVN. C edar Rapids, appeared lie-fore Magistrate George Stein last week on a charge of drunk driving. He waived preliminary hearing and was bound to the Tama county district court Miller posted a $50 cash bond and a personal recognizance bond and was released Ile was arrested Nov 5 bv Toledo Police Chief Leo Kendall in Toledo. Arrested Lee who * AMES (AP)—Richard Gates. 30, Roswell, N M was hitchhiking with his vear-old son, was arrested Monday at an Ames truck stop after police learned he was wanted in Kentucky on an armed robbery charge Gates was being held in the Story county jail in lieu of $5 (NM) bond pending extradition to Kentucky, police said The c hild was turned over to child neglect sen ice in Ames CORRECTION Baby Alive Kenner by 13.99 In Our Advertisement of Sunday Nov. I Oft) Baby Alive" wa* priced 3 99 Thi* vat an error The correct price ihouid have been I 3 99 We wncerely hope fbi* hot not inconvenienced any of our customer* XPenney TOTLAND, Corner 2nd Ave. A Sth St. S.E. “If there’s anything I hate, it s coming home to a warm TV and a cold stove ” TOLEDO — A Tama dentist and a Cedar Rapids attorney pled guilty in Tama county district court last week to drunk driving. District Judge John L. Hyland fined Dr John Joseph Hess, 43. Tama, and Bryce Mac Iiean Fisher, 51, Cedar Rapids, $300 each and revoked their driver’s licenses indefinitely until they have completed a course for drinking drivers. In each case, the court found the men need and should receive temporary driving permits for transportation to and from the school, Iowa Valley Community college at Marshalltown and Kirkwood Community college, Cedar Rapids, respectively, and for transportation to and from his work Hess was arrested in Tama Aug 7 by a city policeman. Fisher was arrested June 23 by a highway state trooper on highway 31) east of Tama. ON THIS DATE in 1948. a war crimes court in Japan sentenced former Japanese Premier Hideki Tojo and six other Japanese war leaders to death A fragment of a meteorite that fell nine miles south of Marion will be shown The meteorite which passed over Iowa City Feb 25. 1847. fell within hours after Gov. Ansel Briggs signed a hill creating the U. of I. Pieces of the Marion meteorite, the first to Ik* discovered rn Iowa. are scattered among universities in the I S. and Europe. I . of i. officials were unaware that the* university possessed a piece of the meteorite until July, 1974. when Mark Peases, a graduate student in space physics, discovered one in a cabinet in the physics building. 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