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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - December 8, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Cedir Sm., Auto License Application All vehicles must be registered in December or January to avoid penalty. List your name, address and all license numbers. Passenger car fees for 1975 are list- ed on the 1974 registration certificate, but owners of 1974 model cars should con- tact the county treasurer to find out whether there has been a change In fee. The telephone number to call in Linn county is 398-3476. Owner's Name Social Security No.......... Address......................... List all license numbers.. Open Today (Sunday) 1 p.m.-5 p.m. Open Weekdays 9 'til 9 Saturday 9 'til 5 (Tu Figure total fee, take total for all vehicles and add 50 cents for each vehicle.; Total amount of check Truck fees arc: Three-ton gross weight, If more, than 10 years old, 525. Four-ton gross weight, Five-ton gross weight, Trailer fees: Half-ton gross weight, One-ton gross weight, Two-ton gross weight, Travel trailer, listed on 1974 registration. Motorcycle fee, When registered for sixth time, Save time and clip the order form from your newspaper, fill it out and mail it to your county treasurer. In Linn county, mail it to: James M. Hennessey Linn County Treasurer Courthouse Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52401 Note: Individuals wishing to store vehicles must surrender both license plates and registration certificate before Feb. 1, 1975. Mai! Applications This form may be used for making mail applications for 1975 motor vehicle registrations. Applications may also be made in person at treasur- ers' offices in. county courthouses. There have been long lines at the Linn county courthouse; but applicants have reported prompt service. More than applications had been received and processed by the middle of last week, a figure that was not reached until Dec. 17 last year. A deputy treas- urer said the increase is probably accounted for by the fact that people are interested in getting the new plates being issued this year. Stickers to place on old plates were issued last year. Boys Judo Tournament Saturday at Central Y The public is invited to'at- tend the boys judo tournament Saturday at 1 p.m. in the Central branch YMCA. Gary Vangen, physical director for the branch, said that the competition (called a shiai) is free. The event is sanctioned by .the Iowa AAU with age and weight classes for boys 9 through 16 years of age, in- elusive. Del Ray Axtell, instructor for the Central Y judo classes and holder of the black belt in judo, is the tournament direc- tor. He invited boys interested iin competing to contact him 362-8913 in the evenings or 398- 3367 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Trophies will be awarded to the champion in each class ;and certificates will be pre- .sented to the top three contest- ants in each class. Vaugen suggested that a "visit to the shiai" would provide an overview for those who might be interested in taking up judo. Storm topples Pennsylvania's Oldest Tree ROHRERSTOWN, Pa. (UPI) A tree believed to be the oldest and largest in Pennsylvania toppled over in a heavy storm. The aged sycamore, which stood 100 feet tall and mea- sured 9.5 feet in diameter, fell over on the farm property of Mrs. Elvin Rehkugler here, leaving only a 15-foot stump. Lancaster Historical Society officials and a curator at Lancaster's North Museum had labeled it the largest and oldest tree in the state. Mrs. Rehkugler said there used to be four or five barns surrounding the tree, but they were torn down last winter, leaving it vulnerable to the el- ements. She said her only hope was .to salvage the remaining trunk in the hope it will flower in the springtime and continue to grow. He said the Central Y Judo club, which features classes for beginners, is open both to boys and girls and to men and women. It is also open to non- Y members upon payment of a program fee. Classes for youngsters 9 through 14 are held each Mon- day from 6 to 7 p.m. Classes for men and women meet ev- ery Tuesday and Thursday from 6 to 7 p.m. 4 Doctors Named Pediatrics Fellows EVANSTON, 111. Four area doctors were among 359 elected to fellowship in the American Academy of Pe- diatrics at a meeting of the AAP executive board. Named were Dr. James H. Ziska, 1953 First avenue SE, and three from Iowa City: Dr. Brenda J.M. Cruikshank, Dr. Jean E. Robillard and Dr. Peter W. Wallace. Stretch your budget and get top dollar for "don't needs" with a classified ad! We have to admit it's hard to outshine a Christmas bride, but many tell us that our rings have a share in the sparkle. Here you'll find diamond bridal sets so brilliant, they compete with each other for attention. After a while though, one set stands out just like the beautiful bride who will wear it. 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