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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - April 18, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Tax Tips for Summer Workers Th? Cedar Rapids Gazette: Thurs., April 18, 1974 dual role is manysided; your company gets a valuable employe; you still get a dependency exemption of $750 at tax filing time; your child gets a summer job; and the money your son or daughter earns as a company employe helps reduce the amounts you must contribute to your child’s support and 'education expenses during the I year. The school terms are ending. 1 It's time to weigh all these considerations and make your sum-.mer plans—in all roles. use in paying for school or oinei expenses during the year. Now in addition, your company deducts your child's pay as a regular business expense. Crucial here, though, is how you keep the records. \ou must keep the summer arrangements businesslike. You must keep records as the employer of your own child with the same accuracy as you keep records for other employes. The payoff for you in your The Cedar Rapids city council met in regular session Wednesday with the mayor and all commissioners present. Invocation was given by Commissioner Richard Phillips. The following business was conducted; all resolutions were passed unanimously and all petitions and reports taken under, advisement, unless otherwise! noted. Accounts, Finance Resolution approving agree-1 ment to demolish dilapidated! buildings and dwellings on certain premises. Resolution authorizing the: mayor and city clerk to sign a release agreement with the Chicago North Western railroad for damage to a city vehicle. Resolution granting permission to Midwest Development Co. to construct water mains in Johnson avenue SW. Public Improvements Resolution approving and providing for the execution of neighborhood development pro-* gram funding agreement. Resolutions authorizing in- Sylvia Porter from stallion and removal of street, lights in various locations. Resolution authorizing mayor to sign change order in downtown asphalt overlays project, civic center urban renewal project. Resolutions filing plans, specifications and form of contract for Twelfth avenue bridge street system improvements, and advertising for bids. Resolution granting request from William C. Hopp to construct concrete paving and side-! walk in Hopp’s first addition. j Resolution granting requestFEO Officials Predict Shortages Will Recur •J SUB PIAHDRARESCOTCH i V .y/SLiMD    l JBL ■Jlfly i/i Sc,*/Jan,i AySI mVAV. The University of IowaAdult Education Opportunities • Open enrollment—No entrance requirements • No tests or grading • Continuing Education Certificates awarded upon completion • All classes held at Iowa Memorial Union New Course Selection Preparing Your Child For School Taught by Sandra Cary for parent* who wont to give their child o hood start ond instill a ••os* of competence during the eorly years. Five consecutive Tuesdays beginning May 7th. (7 OO to 9:00 p m ) The Art of Growing House Plants Taught by Warren Dexter for plant lovers who wont to grow healthier house plants Course covers soil preparation, plant nutrition, use of fertilizers and professional growing secrets. Five consecutive Tuesdays beginning May 7th. (7 OO to 9 OO pm) Highlights of Iowa History Tought by Loren N. Horton for Iowans interested in the heritage of their state and the important role it has played since its settlement. Five consecutive Tuesdays beginning April 30th. (7 30 to 9:45 p.m.) Convicted Killer Marries Anyway SPOKANE, Wash. (UPI) -William Fogg did not let a first-degree murder conviction stand in the way of his wedding. Fogg. 25, and Cynthia Ko-vatch, 19. were married in a jailhouse ceremony, only a day after a jury found Fogg guilty of a Jan. ll stabbing death. The ceremony was held under tight security in a glass-enclosed conference room at the county-city jail. No guards were in the room, but they stood just outside the only door. Five friends of the bride and groom attended the simple ceremony conducted by the Rev. David Hayes. Fogg awaits sentencing for his part in the slaying of James Davis, 52. Another defendant, Richard Crossiand, 22, is scheduled to stand trial next month. The Wonderful World of Sound Tought by Williom R. Sovoge for music lovers, Hi Fi anthusiosts ond others who wont more value from equipment expenditure* and more enjoyable sound. Five contextive Thurs doys beginning May 2nd. (7 OO to 9:15 p rn.) Once you bring me home, I’m yours forever. Even if I’m burned. Or lost. Or stolen. If you look for me and can’t find me, just report it. And you’ll get me back, as good as new. And remember: I’ll never break your heart. Or leave you stranded in the tight spots. I’ll always be there when you need me. And that ought to make you feel pretty secure. Now K Bond* pay 6% interest, when held to maturity of 5 yean* -4 the first year). Bonds are replaced if lost, stolen or destroyed. When needed, they ran ire cashed at your bank. Interest is not sublet I to state or local income taxes, and federal tax may be deferred until redemption. The Art of Living With Heart Trouble Taught by Joonne Schmid. Court* includes professional instruction to help heort patients spouses and their families get more out of life while insuring proper care for the heart patient Five consecutive Tuesdays beginning April 30th. (7:00 to 9:15 p m.) Understanding The Energy Crisis Taught by James E. Murphy. The fact and fiction of th* world s energy crisis. Examines th* world s energy resources ond ways in which they con be utilized. Five consecutive Thursdays beginning May 2nd. (7.00 to 9 15 p m.) Getting More For Your Food Dollars Taught by Helen I. Savage to help you fight inflation. You ll learn how to stretch your food dollars through increased understanding of the nutritional needs of individuals, meal planning ond preparation. Five consecutive Thursdays beginning Moy 2nd. (7 OO to 9:15 pm) President Tito Scoffs At Reports He’s Dying BELGRADE, Yugoslavia (AP* — Yugoslav President Tito says ! in repudiation of reports in the West that he is dying: “As you can see, I am alive and; healthy.” The 82-year-old Yugoslav leader made the remark Monday in a speech in Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia-Hercegovina state. The speech wras broadcast on television here. Before giving the speech, Tito drove through the streets of Sarajevo, where, according to newspaper reports, more than 50,000 persons greeted him Adult Education Programs Room 210, Iowa Memorial Union The University of Iowa Iowa City, Iowa 32242 Enclosed is a $20 check or money order payable to Th* University of Iowa for my enrollment in th* following odult education class. stock in/^merica. Join the Payroll Savings Plan Course Nome , My Name City/State/Zlp All enrollments and room assignments confirmed by return mall. .mw ;

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