Cedar Rapids Gazette, December 27, 1974, Page 10

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December 27, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - December 27, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa The Cedar Rapids Gazette: FrL, Dec. 27, 1974 State of Iowa ScholarsEastern Iowans Among 2,060 Recipients DKS MOINES (IDPA) -The Iowa higher education facilities commission has named 2,OHO high school seniors as Slate of Iowa Scholars for 1975 These students were selected from 5.229 applicants, said Willis Ann Wolff, acting executive director of the commission They were selected on the basis of their high school class rank and American College Test (ACT) scores. Each state scholar will receive a certificate of achievement and, depending upon financial needs and revenues available, will be offered an award of up to {SIO toward tuition and fees at an institntlon of higher learning in Iowa. The monetary awards will be announced in the spring. Applications were accepted only from stude nts in the up- Breakin Charge EXIRA (AP) - Kicky Ray Remit/, IK. Exira, has been charges! with breaking into the Exira police station leer the second time in less than one year. Remit/ was arresteni Saturday and held in the Audubon county jail on bond until being released em Christmas eve on his own recognizance. Ile is charged in the theft of beer and marijuana that was being held by jm» I ice as evidence. Police Chief Ron Jensen said. Alert Issued NEWTON (AP) - A >tate-wule alert was issued Thursday fern a susjK'ct in the shotting of a Newton teenager outside a Newton bowling alley. Steven Carter, 17. was mistakenly shot early Thursday by a gunman who was apparently waiting in ambush, Police Chief A J. Grove said ( arter was in satisfactory condition Thursday with a wrist injury. per 15 percent of their classes; most of the state scholars rank in the upper five percent. Financial need is estimated by means of a detailed statement of family income and assets which must be filed with the college scholarship service by .Jan 18. The higher education facilities commission is asking the legislature for an appropriation of $1,062,000 to cover the state scholarship program over the next two years. The program is presently supplemented with a federal grant of $237,372 for the current academic year. Mrs. Wolff is optimistic the grant will be continued. The State of Iowa Scholars include. I.inu County — Sarah Allen, Richard Andrews, Jennie Balcon!, Dean Bliss, Sheryl Campbell, Dee Casteel, Duane taylor, Jon Feller, Karen Fullers, Denise Hunt. Connie Larson, Kristi LeClefe, Martin McClure, James McPartland, Brian Pospichal, Jane Risk and Charles Vernon, all of Marion. Thomas Bellinger, Sheila Bumgarner. David Burns, Diane Butterfield, Frank Camp, Lyle Chalupsky, Thomas Christensen, Bernard Crim-gan, Michael Daft, David Dahms, Deann Fit/., Cary John Franklin, Vicki Fuller, Tracey Gilbert, Bobbie Jean Graham, Raymond Harney. Robert Hoyt, Debra Busted. Kimberly Ka/imour, Erie Keen, Susan King. Susan Kleitsch. John Kokontis, Anita Kosinski, Cynthia U*beda, Anne Martin. Jane McKier-nan. Debra Meeks, Judith Minor, Michael Mitchell, Thomas Mochal, John Mueller. Dennis Munson. Susan Murray. John Nollsch, Douglas Nordstrom, Matthew Novak. Cand O'Brien, Theresa O’Connell, Janie Palmer, Denice Petska. Robert Pellet, Gail Rank, Jeffrey Redmond, Beth Richardson. Suzanne Riley, Kathy Jo Rudin. Lisa Scanlan, Pamela Schupbach, Cary Lee Spic her. Scott Staska, Fred Stocker, Jeffrey Strang. John Stuhr, David Sunday, Dolores Sweeney, Margaret Thornton. Michael Tiffin. Mark Tranmer, Linda Tressel. Mari E. Val-here, Julia Wachal, Lynn Ellen Werning, Mary White, Bruce Williams and Charles /achar, ail of Cedar Rapids. Cheryl Ammeter, Kenneth Andersen. Barbara Evenson and Holly J. Howe, all of Central City; Susan Ammeter. Anamosa; Mark Baumann, Cogged; Barbara Benyshek, Dean Mallie, Matthew Williman and Thomas Zinkula, all of Mt. Vernon. Ann Godard, Janice Stallman and Craig Thrap, all of Fairfax; Cynthia Gracey, Jeffrey Oieson and Lori Rost*, Spring Ville; Bradley Peyton, Walker; Carolyn Rose berry, Center Point; Chris Smith. .Alburnett; Bonnie Walker, Hiawatha. Tama County — Kathy Hazen, Chelsea; Gary Campbell and Julie Kramer, Toledo; Berleen Fay Dostall, Ann Earley and Julie Kadrmas. Traer. Marilyn Hagerty, Thomas Kupka, Kevin Kurth, Larry Lenhart, all of Tama; Julie Jo-hanrisen, Susan Ital** and Susan Shousc, Gladbrook; Myron Rodgers, Garwin; Gary Van-Dyke, Vining; Ellen Waterman. Dysart. Johnson County — Barb As-chen bren nor, Craig Brown, Sarah Coolidge, Susan I Janovich, Jean Foley, Mary Kouts, Jai meson Gordon,    Jeremy llaefner,    Bradley    Hansen, Kathryn Hovet, Tohin Jacks, ( hristal Jensen. Anne Kane, Tim Kennedy, Theobald, dreg Thorgaard and Barbara Zimmerman, all of Iowa City. Sindio Brurlng, Kathryn Re-dhair and Sandra Smith, all of Solon; Christopher Collins, Dea Kpley, Diane Hartvigsen and Brian P. Thomas, all of-Coralville; Julee Jones, North Liberty; Usa Nelson, Swisher; Barbara Scheetz and Nanette Seelan, Oxford; Elizabeth Strabala, Riverside; Allen Williams. West Branch. Cedar County — Byron Calhoun and Ann Penningroth, Tipton; Marcia Crock, Mechanicsville; Steven Ebers, Timothy Gallagher and Marla Schumacher, Clarence; Earl Elowsky, Lowden. I .cann Friis. Sherry Jensen and Fred Waters. West Branch; Jeffrey King, ( huck W'eiland and Kris Wenndt, Stanwood; Mary Kudsen, Mary Meier, Mary Meinert and Thomas Tisinger, Durant; Anthony Leonard, Lisbon; Thomas Norton, Wilton Benton County — Jane Beatty, Shellsburg; Melody Brock-schink and Wendy llaage, Norway; Susan Carberry, Newhall; Sandra Gerard, Belle Plaine; I.aura Buist, Usa Maimed, Polly Reed, Bobbi Stueck and Monte Wilson, all of Vinton Jolene Pieper, Scott Thompson arid William Wilson, Van Horne; Kim Santman and Steve Silhanek, Dysart; Sandra Stallman, Walford. Delaware County — Barclay Bakkum, Steven Kelchen, Elaine Luethje, Kevin Milroy, Paul Peiffer, Thomas Rowland, Sally Seibert, Gary Tyrrell and Kathy Vetter, all of Manchester. Patricia Breitbach, Colesburg; Connie Britt, Linda En-gelken, Sharon Gaul and Debra Smock, Earlville; Wayne Brensman, Dyersville; Janice Eiben, Elizabeth Green, Janice Welter, Melinda Welter and Nancy Wulfekuhle, Hop kinton Susan leaker, Masonville. Jones County — Ann Ah-rendsen and Dianne Hansen, Oxford Junction; John Andree-sen, Barbara Doermann, Jef- Vinton Votes New Street Sweeper Despite Protest By Jane LaGrange VINTON — The Vinton city council Thursday night voted to purchase a new street sweeper from Elliott Equipment Co., Davenport, for $24.52(1 A representative of Herman M. Brown Co.. Des Moines, appeared before the council claiming his company did not receive a fair deal when the bids were submitted to the street committee because a front dump sweeper was not specified. He said his company could provide that type of sweeper for $20,870. However, the Wayne Sweeploador offered by the Brown firm did not include hydrostatic drive and steering. The Elgin Pelican offered by the Elliott company did. Guard Reorganization Worfh Mon*y Possible in J 975: May DES MOINES (IDPA) -Adjutant General Joseph G, May reports some Iowa army national guard units may lie reorganized during 1975 to achieve greater effectiveness in overall guard operations. Gen May said. however, the plans are “still in the drawing hoard stage” and it is unlikely the mission of any iowa unit will be changed for at least ten months. He said no final decision has l>een made regarding reorganization and any plan would have to Im submitted to the department of defense for approval. The two-star general said “it is unfortunate several rumors have been circulated concerning the reorganization, but the simple facts are we don't have any definite plan at this time.” Xtinouncrmrnl May ''aid a formal announcement of the proposed reorganization will Im* made as soon as possible, jierhaps by early spring. The proposed reorganization. he said, will involve changing the assigned mission of some units, but there are presently no plans to eliminate any units currently active in Iowa. May said the officials working on the reorganization realize changing the mission of some units could present an additional hardship for some guardsmen who would have to change their military specialty fields, however, every attempt will he made to minimize these hardships “We realize some of the members of the affected units will be forced to change their military occupational areas because of the reassignment of the mission for their units,’’ May said, “but we hope to minimize the hardships.’’ I nder 2a Percent The general said preliminary indications are less than 25 percent of Hie army guard units will Ik* affected by the reorganization. He said no reorganization is planned for units of the air guard May added, “I would like to caution those persons interested in the guard — guardsmen, legislators, civic leaders and others — from making any decisions based on some of the rumors that have beenclrcu-lated regarding the reorganization. “We certainly would not consider this reorganization if we thought it would impair the ability of the Iowa guard to meet both the state and federal missions. Like in a business. we believe the reorganization is essential to providing a stronger guard for the people of iowa and will he more in line with department of defense requirements. ” The street committee recommended purchase of the Elgin Pelican as it believed it was worth the money for hydrostatic drive and in the long run would be more economical. Bill Strong, city clerk, reported the parking meter fund contained $26.(NHI and the money could In* usc»d to pay for the street sweeper, provided the council felt enough off street parking was provided for the business district. A letter to the council from the Vinton Chamber of Commerce said it was the unanimous vote of its board that additional off-street parking be provded within one-and-a-half blocks of the intersection of Fourth street and First avenue. Checking Locations The council discussed checking available locations for a new municipal parking lot. However, several council members said the existingmunicipal parking lot is rarely filled to capacity and until it is, no more olf-street parking is needed. The council voted to use parking meter funds to pay for the new street sweeper, with .lane LaGrange and Doris Wood voting no. Jan 23 was set as the date for a public hearing to rezone from K-2 to M-l an area in the northwest quadrant as recommended by the planning and zoning committee. A resolution was passed which will tx* sent to Iowa congressmen supporting the re-enactment of revenue sharing with increased appropriations to state and local governments. The council voted unanimously to go into executive session to discuss wages of city employes. Eagle Lake Fire Is Probed GARNER (UPI) — The State fire marshal’s office has been called into investigate a Christmas eve fire at Eagle I>ake near here — the fifth fire at the controversial lake site this year. Hancock county sheriff's deputies said Thursday a hunting cottage owned by Willard Kabriek of Britt was destroyed Tuesday night by fire of unknown origin Kabriek estimated damage at $10,000. One cabin owner, I .airy Ewers of Mason City, experienced three arson-caused fires on his property last February. I .ast month, firemen fought a night-long blaze on the bed of the drained lake. Duck hunters and fisherman have been feuding over who should be allowed to use* the area Most of the cottages are owned by persns not living in the Garner area, deputies said Need help around the house? Try a classified ad for the help vou ruxxi! SINGLE VISION GLASSES All Union Discount mons Honored DOWNTOWN CEDAR RAPIDS 106 FIRST ST.. S.E. TELEPHONE 364 2122 CHOICE OE f HAMf FROM A I ANO*. SELECTION Of LATEST E NAME SIVLE8 COUNTRY STORES Ifs the season! Our Own Recipe! Delicious Drinking Egg Nog ‘TOYS Nobody In tho world mottos Egg Nog tlko Dairy Mold Try It-You’ll like it! Im Cream Flavor Suggestions* • Holiday    •    Egg Nog • Chocolate    Mint Chip • Black Walnut • Pumpkin    •    Cranberry Sherbet • Peppermint    •    Pistachio ★ Party Snacks! Fromh Onion Dip Bima Ch—** Dip Sour Croom Tasty Vorloty of Che*—* Potato Chip* Protxol* Crackers Yogurt Frosted Punch • lim# • Orange a Mixed Fruit 5-Qt. Pail *3 OO Par Quart Heavy Cream $| 60 “lf It contos from a tow. . . Hi    hotterH Hi Dairy Mold!’ New Year’s Store Hours: All Stores Op aw New Yeer’s Dey tram 10-1 and 4-7 AN steres des# New Yaer’s Iv# et 7 pm fry 11 agen, lionise Lerch and Lori Werderman, Anamosa. Karla Bcrkenpas, Lisbon; Susan Fishwild and Erie Kcxstad, Wyoming; Dan Brad-y, Onslow; Brad Freese, Susan Streeper and Charlotte Wahl, Monticello; Rebecca Jayne, Olin; Jacquie Trumm, Cascade. Poweshiek ( aunty — Robert Ahrens and Carl Byers, Mon tezuma; Chris Bowman, Jerry C.roth, Kimberly Mueller, Debra Wittrup, Carol Worth and Jo Ann Yount, Grinnell; Barbara Dee, Malcom; Karen Kriegel. Brooklyn. All First Quality Merchandise! • 1526 First Ave. NE • 541! Center Pf. Rd. NW • 408 Edgewood Rd. NW • 2030 Sixth St. SW • 3219 Mf. Vernon Rd. SE • Phone 365-3206 We are Closing Out Our Fabric and Needlework Department Don t Miss this Great Savings Sale! ALL NEEDLEWORK AND YARN................Vt PRICE All the brand names in yarn that you’re familiar with! Plus, needlepoint kits, knitting books, items to embroider and more! A good selection of Bucilla samplers and knitting bags. Plus, all your needs for the needlework projects you love!! FABULOUS ARRAY OF FABRICS...............Va PRICE An array of fabrics from 36 ' to 54 widths. Cottons, polyesters, lace and eyelets., Choose from woolens, super suedes, leather like fabrics and doubleknits for your winter wardrobe. Single knits, velours, people prints, ginghams and burlaps. Crepes, cotton flannels and cotton corduroy fabrics just waiting to be sewn! Downtown Third Floor Only ;

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