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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 29, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Three Plats Are Approved by Council The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Thors., Abr. 29, 1974 The Cedar Rapids city ( (•unt il met in regular session Wednesday vt uh the mayor and all commissioners present except Finance Commissioner Hal Schaefer. The invocation was given by the Rev. Neal B Gail, Church of the Open Bible. The following business was conducted, all resolutions were passed unanimously and all petitions and reports taken under advisement, unless otherwise noted Accounts, Finance Resolution authorizing mayor and clerk to sign an affidavit of clarification covering two parcels in the Oak Hill project, Neighborhood Development Program. Resolution authorizing auditor to issue a warrant to James R. McGowan dba Mike’s, 2210 Sixteenth avenue SW, for liquor license refund. Resolution authorizing water department to purchase a valve truck crane from Transport Trailers Resolution accepting 16-inch arterial water main built by Bjornsen Investment Corp and accepting the maintenance bond. Resolution accepting water main relocation at intersection of I-380 with Twenty-eighth avenue SVV constructed by Dave Schmitt Construction Co. and accepting the maintenance bond Resolution granting permission to FR. Nordengren, personnel director, to attend the International Personnel Management Assn. 1974 international conference in Montreal, Quebec. Oct. 13-17 Resolution granting permission to Thomas L. Aller, head of the department of governmental liaison, to attend the U S. conference of mayors bicentennial committee meeting in Denver Sept 26-28 Public Safety Resolution granting permission to Vercell M. Chestnut to attend the western section conference of the International •» i^otes «nr*' from I hr CUy Zfi I * * ZJ3&9L t,r-—    i Urn:: ii? ,    iiWtiinu i'lvr?. b if.-rf Hall Assn of Electrical Inspectors in Denver Sept. 15-18 Resolution establishing no parking anytime on both sides of Forest drive SF between Sinclair avenue and Cottage Grove avenue. Resolution establishing a temporary fold-out stop sign at the intersection of Eighth avenue and Eighth street SW. stopping all traffic on Eighth avenue for the school crosswalk. Resolution granting permission to close Ninth avenue SE between Tenth street and Mt. Vernon road on Saturday, between 6 p m and midnight, for the open house of the Black Union counselor’s office. Parks Resolution authorizing forestry department to purchase one truck cab and chassis from Cedar Rapids Truck ( enter, Inc. Resolution accepting warranty deed from Robert E. and Barbara J. Workman and authorizing payment. Public Improvements Resolutions approving preliminary plats for Hoover Place second addition, Ray-man’s first addition and Floyd’s lirst addition. Resolutions authorizing mayor to sign a contract for street right-of-way and accepting warranty deed and authorizing payment for right-of-way on Zika avenue with Joe D. and Jeanette L. Schmitz. Resolution granting permission to George Milligan, director of the water pollution control plant, to attend the National Water Pollution Control Federation annual conference in Denver Oct. 6-11 Resolution authorizing installation of street light in vicinity of Tomahawk trail SE. Resolution accepting ease* men! agreement submitted by The Gazette Co. granting a perpetual and continuing easement to the city, telephone company and electric company. Sept 27 and 28 in downtown area Petition from Western Fraternal Life Assn. requesting permission to install a bench for bus riders on the city parking iii front of 19(81 F irst avenue NFL Letter of thanks from manager of the Welty-Way softball team for the city’s help in hosting the state softball tournament Protest from residents along Forest drive SF) objecting to the parking restriction on Forest drive from Liberty drive to Cottage Grove avenue. Report and resolution from Linn supervisors relinquishing control and administration ai drainage district nine to the city effective Sept 2(1. Zoning Petition from Life Investors Development Co. requesting a change of zone from R I to R-2 for various lots in Twin Pines North Third addition F'irst reading for ordinance rezoning, B l to B-2, property at 39U1 F'irst avenue SF!, petitioned by F!vans, Hoegen and Collins. Petition from Robert FL Crosier, F!ast Moline Pizza Hut, Inc., requesting a change in zone from B-l to B-2 for property at 4(WKl Center Point road NE. Second reading for ordinance rezoning. R-l to R-2, property at Thirty-third avenue and Southland street SW'. petitioned by Investors Associates. Petitions, Reports Petition from Clara Leezer, VFW auxiliary, requesting permission to sell poppies Vatican: Nixon Resignation Was Freedom's Gain VATICAN (TTY (AP) - The Vatican’s weekly newspaper said Thursday the Watergate affair marked a victory for freedom when Richard Nixon resigned the presidency. In an editorial signed by Federico Alessandrini, the paper’s director, who also serves as the Vatican’s spokesman, Osservatore Bella Domenica said: “To conceal or mask limits, weaknesses and evils of domestic nature for fear of negative external repercussions is a typical feature of the systems which ignore or are afraid of liberty . . . “F’rom the Watergate case there stemmed a question of constitutional character which left no choice open to any American political force, not even to the Republican party. The resignation has been the conclusion of a story which ends with one victor: liberty.” ON THIS DATE in 1943, Danish warships were scuttled at Copenhagen in an uprising against the Nazis during World war ll. DRY FOLIAGE See Our Dried Foliage Arrangments In Copper, Pewter and Baskets Of All Shapes and Sizes. We Have Everything From Artichoke Buds To Yarrow In Dry Foliage. Do Your Own Thing Or Bring In Your Containers And We Will Design Them For You. 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OPEN SUNDAYS 9 to 4 WEEKDAYS 9 to 8 — SAT. 9 to 5:30 363-5885 2 Named to Riley’s Clinton County Unit (.’LINTON —Robert Berger and Stephen Haute, both of Clinton, Monday were appointed chairman and cochairman of the Clinton county Riley-ford ingress committee. The appointments were announced by State Sen. Tom Riley of Cedar Rapids, Republican candidate for Second district congressman. Berger is a lib* insurance1 district agent arid Haute is a lawyer. Among others on Riley’s Clinton county committee are State Rep. and Mrs. Brice Oakley and former Republican state Chairman L L. Jurge-meyer, all of Clinton Switched to a rowboat7 Sell your motor with a fast, result getting Classified Ad! Dial 398-8234. Inflation, Wives Slow Transfers CHICAGO (AP) — Inflation and wives who are taking careers more seriously are beginning to thwart some corporale plans for employe transfers, a moving industry survey shows Corporations aren’t as generous as they once were in paying for employe transfers and employes are responding with reluctance to move, according to the survey of 286 companies It also shows an increasing tendency for employes to balk at relocation because of their spouse’s careers Rears Rumors Transfers could slow more said J. J. Thorne, vicepresident. of marketing for Atlas Van Linos, who conducted the survey. Thorne said that throughout the moving industry he hears the same story. It has caused an increase in the average per-move cost for Atlas corporate customers from $1,318 to $1,494 Cost-conscious firms have responded by slicing “moving extras’’ such as reimbursement for motels, house hunting and transportation. Cuts averaged 22.4 percent, from $1,932 in 1972 to $1,500. Thorne said in an interview on Wednesday. He said 37 percent of the companies polled had one or more employes refuse transfer in 1973. One reason is that wives are taking their careers more seriously, Thorne found. Problem of Wives Thorne said he has conduct ed the survey for the past seven years hut hadn’t seen the need to ask about the problem of wives until a year ago. He said this year he found that 67 percent of the companies responding had problems talking wives into moving because of their own jobs. ‘‘Let’s face it, a move — any move — is going to be tough for a family . . . and wives who want to hold onto their jobs just increase the problem,” Thorne said. “Ifs more than a little scary. Our business generally follows the general economy by a year. There was a recession in 1964 and we felt it bad in 1965. Now, we’re really worried over 1975.” Need garden tools? Check today’s classified ads for the best values anywhere! I (HAUT STORE—3 T ll 16th Ava. S.W. 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