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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 29, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa people of the 27th district at a 2 The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Thurj., August 29, 1974 Women's Dean Is Appointed By Mf. Mercy A new dean of women was .among administrative assignments recently announced by Mt. Mercy college. Andrea Boyea has assumed the duties of the dean of women at Mt. Mercy, replacing Anne Doolin, who resigned this summer. Other administrative appointments include: Jean McDermott, admissions counselor; Sister Mary Dorothy Anne Franey, superintendent of the curriculum laboratory of McAu-ley library; and Rachael Davis and Jean McGovern, team supervisors of the library’s circulation area. Miss Boyea, formerly resident meeting at the Wayne Johnston administrator and counselor at residence, 3209 Pebble drive Eastern Kentucky university. SW, Wednesday night, served as assistant director of a similar meeting of the 28th the St. Francis education center district Republican committee in St. Francis. S.D., from 1967 to at the lf. N. Steele residence. 1970. A graduate of Alverno col- 251 Thirteenth street NW, failed lege in Wisconsin, Miss Boyea to produce a candidate for state earned a master's degree from representative from that district the University of South Dakota, but the search for one continued Miss McDermott, originally j Thursday, from Charlotte, is a recent. Political parties have until graduate of Mt. Mercy. As a midnight Friday to fill legisla-student at the college, she Jive vacancies on their tickets Magistrate Court John A. Yates Tells Candidacy In 27th District John Arthur Yates, 28. of 400 Twenty-ninth street SW, will bej the Republican candidate for J state representative from the) 27th district.    _    , ...    .    Five persons appeared in Yates, a meat cutter at the A ...    .    . and !> grocery’s Sixteenth ave-1magistrates    court    and were nue SW store,    was    chosen    by    bound over    to the    grand jury Republican precinct committee following preliminary hearings. Magistrate Sends Five C. R. Cases To Grand Jury Five persons appeared John Yates Mary Jo Reid, 2816 Fruitland boulevard SW’. was bound over Wednesday on a charge of drunk driving. She was arrested Aug. 9. Robert Benson. 209 Park court SE. was bound over Tuesday on a charge of breaking and entering. He is charged in connection with the Aug. ll breakin at the Penford Credit Union, 1140 C street SW. Kevin Morgan. 85 Sixteenth avenue SW, was bound over last week on a charge of breaking and entering. He is charged in connection with the Aug. 7 breakin at the Kenneth Vine residence, 1333 A avenue NE. Craig Gardner. 604 Third avenue SE, was bound over last week on a charge of assault with intent to do great bodily injury. He is charged with assaulting Steve McNamara on Aug. 12. worked for several MI.    Mercy I under the    law.    Robert    Clark,    jr.* 404 Four- administrative offices and at Yates is a 1964 graduate of Al- teenth street SE, was bound Linn county courthouse. Missjburnett high school. He was over last week on a larceny McDermott’s territory will be in born at Alburnett Dec. 6. 1944. charge. He is charged with tak-Western Iowa, Missouri, Kansas and is married.    ing a bicycle, the property of and Nebraska.    Fourteen    of the 19 members Allen F'oarde, oil July I. Sister Dorothy Anne worked I0* ^7th Republican district    “' ~ as librarian for’thrcc years and ’committee were present for the |_jnn Grand Jury Gets taught math for six years at mating.    a"ordin^    J" , ra(""p    Check, Robbery Cases Regis high school in    Cedar rd*meiv»    Linn    count} lit J Rapids. She received her    bache-chairman    Three    people    appeared in lor’s degree and library science I Yates wil1 face the Democrat* magistrate’s court, waived precertification from the University lc incumbent, Rep. James liminary hearings and had their of iowa    Wells, 1229 Twentieth street SW, cases bound over to the grand Mrs. Davis, a graduate of who .is completing his third jury. Wartburg college, received her [term in the Iowa house.    1 Willie Love, 523 Seventh ave- MA degree from Iowa. She has The 2/th district includes a nue was 5ound over Tues-taught English at the junior high P0rt101' of ,he southwest section day on a charge 0f robbery with level and was the elementary^ Cedar Rapids plus Clinton, aggravation .He is digged with school librarian for the Iowa Fayette anti Fairfax townships jabbing Steve Linsey on June City Community school system m Linn county and the town of 22 . J    .    ..J.    '    Walford in Benton county. $29 and was sentenced to 30 days in the county jail. He was charged with taking money from the Martin Oil Co., 1201 First avenue SE, on July 8, 1973. > . .. Court Finds Woman Innocent of Assault Donna Moses, Ely, was found innocent Wednesday in magistrate's court on a charge of assault and battery. She was charged with assaulting Joan Powell on June 5. Forbids Tapes Resistance Asked To Longer Trucks DES MOINES (AP) - The state transportation commission was urged Thursday to resist arguments favoring longer and heavier trucks on Iowa interstate highways. In a letter to the commission, Skip Laitner, acting director of the Iowa Student Public Interest Research Group (ISPIRG) urged a concerted effort to revitalize railroads, instead. “Efficient transportation usage calls for shorter truck hauls to a railhead equipped to handle multiple-car loading on improved trackage,” Laitner said. He said the study showed trains of 25 to 50 giant hopper cars move grain about ten times more efficiently than semitrailer trucks and 8.6 times more efficiently than 65-foot double bottom trucks. Chelsea    Council    Percy E.    Sorg    Dies    precinct and Leo .Schoon    was    [the pricing policies of the major Services    Saturday    namec* 10 rePrescnt Marion    pre    Oil companies. He also said the IN DF pi/\i ’    cinct two in ward two.    matter of presidential impound- UHELSEA (UPI) — Fearing Snr/ EM E -— I ercy F,. j vacancies still exist in Cedar meat of funds should be hives- o* /1, executive vice- misuse of a    taped    discussion    on    president of    Fanners State    Say-    Rapids’ 6th, 17th, 22nd, 28th    and    tigated and legal action instilut- •• •    32nd precincts; Marion ward    cd in the areas of funds for two, precinct one; Marion ward-schools, housing, sewers and two, precinct two; College,[water pollution control. vandalism, the Chelsea city in8s hank in Independence, died council has outlawed the use of Wednesday at People’s Memon- tape recorders in tile chambers without prior approval. .. a1 hospital. council ...    ...    ,    ,------ . . A resident ot Independence sjm)s spccial since 1931, he was born Feb. 14.|‘ ! ' 1897, in Sumner and married to1 lon Boulder and Otter Creek town-1 County office seekers and leg. islative candidates were in- Miller of McGre-, troduced at the meeting, con- orothy Zmolek. a teacher ! the former Dorothy Sells Aug 3 lRor' s*ate attorney general can-j- ------ 4    '    didate, told the committee that if elected he would check into who attends all during the summer mgs council meet-! 1936. He ducted in the Farmers State bank community room in Marion. from 1971 to 1973. Mrs. McGovern received her BA and MA degrees from Iowa. She served as assistant to the director of admissions at George Washington university in Washington, DC., from 1954-1971. Ewoldt Issues Probate Lega Service Caution Charles McDonough, no address, and Robert Clark, jr.. 404 Fourteenth street SE. were bound over on charges of uttering a forged instrument. They are charged with uttering a check for $240 to Don Mallory on the account of W. F. Todd on Aug. 12. _ I A California company offering , ,    *    DI    probate document services of Hurricane Becky    “questionable legal value,’’ ac- A4-U^4G,-lconimR '° lamber of tam- Hiawatha Man Pleads in wDen MTlanTIC merce general manager Harold T    a a rl Hurricane    recently    contacts    To    Amended    Charge » i au    numerous area residents.    Harold    Butler,    Hiawatha,    pled Becky and her win s o    Ewoldt    said that the docu-    guilty Tuesday in magistrate’s miles per hour swire ur    men^s    concerning estates    of court to an amended    charge of into the open Atlantic Thursd    y,    p0rs0ns    n0 j^novvn    heirs. I disturbing the peace.    He    was and weathermen said the sea-    have „n0 ,    j    s(anding/-    fined $50 and costs. sons first hurricane poses im xhe firm has offered for sale,: He was charged with resisting threat lo land.    .    .    , at $9 88. death certificates and execution of process on Aug. ll Meanwhile, a strong tropical o|he|. esta,c    ,0    ons wave heading toward the Lce-iwj(h (h(, ^    namp‘    f ,h ward islands strengthened ,nto cjecea ecj a tropical depression, said fore-    'persons    are also notified thai    Man Sentenced on casters a the .National Hum    |fw mi ht be entj„ed to thc „s.    Man Sentenced on cane Center in Miami. Heavy tg((;    Charge    of    Larceny «r.™a,nhle0me fl00ding werc    Ewoldt    said ***** receiving    Darrell Treeee, no' address, '___ such correspondence should pled guilty last week in magis- .    .“exercise caution and judg-jtrate's court to an amended Read the Want Ads    ment.’’    charge of larceny of    less    than numerous area residents. when he resisted two Cedar Rapids police officers. kl consfflv« ffloGV! sow maw! ’'Q , up to 59% TH An PRS vmi k«!SS€R consumpTion •HAii PREVIOUS ZfHITH GIAnT-SCRSsn TUB€-TVP€ S€TS! With 1974 25 r£NjrH — WO% SOUD STATE Th# ALHAMBRA • 14719 Majeshcolly styled lull bat* console with cotters Moorish-inspired side paneling and decorative pilasters. Dork finished Oak color (E471 VDE) or Recon color (E4719P), with the look of fine distressing Titan 101 Chassis. Solid-Stat* Super Video Range Tuning System. AFC. Illuminated Channel Numbers Start As Low As $ Color Sets 269 95 Factory Trained Service Phone 366-2436 Easy Payment Terms peoples 215 First Avenue, S.E. It Pays To Advertise and    ut- was a member of the decided to tape record the scs.!^beehan-Tidball American Lesions to “find exactly what was g0"**?; a charter member of said.” was told tile recordings:    u    r    l    l.*)0St were not the right thing to do. member of Ahoiiab chapter 21 Councilman Tony Sheda said ! .    ,    a    Kenneth    commander} of the    tapings,    “There didn't    ''*    1 Masonic lodge, and a seem to me to be any purpose "odd war I veteran, for it. We were afraid she d play t i*e *s sumvcd by his son. it for her neighbors, and things Gordon, Fairfax; four grand-said pertaining to different mat-’Children, and three sisters, Mrs ters might be taken out of con- ^°-v Burkhart, Independence:! text.”    Luella Menges, Sumner, and Sheda explained that the Stella Hath, Hawkeye, council was primarily con- Services: Saturday at ll at cerned about a taped discussion!White’s. Military memorial will; on vandalism in the Tama he held Friday at 8 followed by county town of 381. He said a Masonic services at 8:30 at few names were    mentioned dur-    White's. Burial: Saturday at I ing the    council’s    discussion and    at    Hawkeye cemetery. Memori-j members “didn't think it was!a^un(^ established, right that the names should be    ------- on ,aPc    John Law Named To Linn Demo Post (the Cedar JfttumU (finirt+f ~eviabii»h*d in nil bv The Gaiette co The Linn County Democratic; ?nhrrra5rrEdcXrK^r.d0OwVoO5,2400e0 central committee Wednesday night named John Law, 124 Thirty-fourth street drive SFL as its financial secretary. He was the only candidate nominated. Two persons were named to I The Avvociat.d eresv iv entitled |the central committee to fill egciuvivetv to th* uve for reDubiicatton °t vacancies. David Feltes was scan the local niws printed in thiv newv-    ; poper av well a* ail ap new* divpatchev. lectea from Cedar Rapids’ 13th Ute think a car should lave rack and pinion steering. Because you can nevercounton the weather, the road, orthentherguy. SAAB It s whata car should be. Subvcription rotev bv carrier 95 centv a week. 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