Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - February 7, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa
2 Tin* Crdar Rapids Gazette: I burs.. I rh. 7, 1971
Solons Comment on Hot Lunch Program Provision
Cooling System Delay Asked tor Nuclear Plant
(Continued from Page I.)
“this is an election year” the legislature had spoken on the subject in 1973.
school busing of non-public school students and suggested “that js something we should consider.”
\ict pitsidmt opt named to the North and co ceeL|aP u „lri. n , »
, m /< i i - i . * n t dar Ila olds, will present his
Iowa Illinois (ins and deans list or the 973 fa sos-
erington lion for
Electric Co.. Thursday an- *s,on nounced that the utility and the ^ls matter Commonwealth Edison Co. will
Police Gas Share "No Service Curtailment
man pow cr
When the (je came tight meiit was
energy situation belast fall, the depart laced on an HJ per
Northland is in Ashland,
By Hill Lavelette
The Cedar Rapids polit'* pertinent has been informed it ”",nt a||0ciition of its 1972 month- a„y phase of my campaign, in
pulgn will lie conducted In “complete openness. I ll tell you every debate, every television spot, every piece of campaign literature I plan to use. No one else has ever done Ibis
“I welcome your inquiry into
The election year
“I don’t want to go through came up again during the roll ,' T!, . ” For Valentine’s day, Love is
this hassle (church-state) call when Rep. Glenn Brocked Mt pu mission to efei opera- ,m \nj,qUe from the Stable on
again,” he said. (Most of the 273 (R-Marshalltown1 commented. t,on o! Hie WO million spray (|10 Alley, 365-2448 —-Adv.
non-public schools are church “I have to get elected, too” as canal cooling system at Quad-Ci- * * *
based.) he cast a "yes” vote. ties nuclear power station near Hairdresser — Immediately
Kreamer recalled that the others voting “yes” in addi--tordova* NI. (;0(K| commission. 377-4848.—
1973 legislature had put up $4.4 tion to Riley and Brocked were Hetherington said the compa- Adv million to fund auxiliary ser- Reps Keith Dunton (D-Thorn- nies will submit formal requests * * *
vices for non-public schools in burg), Adrian Brinck (D-West in the near future to the Iowa, Is a Valentine on the
1973-75 and the constitutionality Point). Donald Lippold iR-Wa- conservation commission, the classified ‘ Love Is” page Reb
of this act now is being tested in terloo . Delwyn Stroemer <R-Iowa water pollution control nth Dial 398-8234.—Adv
court Garner), Norpel; Sens. Ralph commission, and the Iowa Natu- * * *
The issue is before a three- Potter (R Marion). Karl Nolin ral Resources Council for this „ ,
judge federal court panel in the (D-Ralston) and William Ply- authorization. Creative ideas for Valentine’s
Southern Iowa district with a mat iR-Des Moines!. ' similar requests will be made M^rioif Adv0** ’ ' andl° N‘ChC'
Cushion Needed concurrentlv bv Commonwealth
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Edison to the Illinois pollution
Grassley Joins Third District Congress Race
DKS MDM KS IAI’) • Rep.
decision expected later vcar.
Kreamer said it would be more meaninglul for the subcommittee to work to make sure the $4.4 million will go for non-public school auxiliary services than to stir up a legislative fight In putting up money for hot lunches in nonpublic schools.
Rep. Richard Norpel (R-Bellevue) pointed out that only
Carpenter said actual cost of the state’s share of the public lunch
control board, the Federal EYi- Appointed — Curran Rosser.
memory program friday noon wjj| receive ;i reduced gasolinei|y usagc at the Embassy club allocation for February and ur
* * * (fifers have been told to turn off
Money .Missing Roxanne J patrol car engines when not
Molette, who is moving from; needed for c s s e n t i a , police
1639 E avenue NE. reported $90'duti«*s
was missing from a purse which ,rt . . . „ „
1 The action was prompted by a
she eft at the house , f m
notice from lexaeo, toe desalt
* * * ment’s supplier, that it would
Fish and shrimp served every receive 77 percent of its Febru- Charles Grassley (R-New Hart-
Friday, 6 to 9 p m., Stickney s arv 1972 allocation. ford), a 16-year veteran of the
Scoreboard. Marion. - Adv. Assistant chief Gare(h clift Iowa house, said Thursday that promised his would be.
* * * sauj (he department used 8,000 he will campaign for the Kepub-1 3at'k Williams, Waverly,
Car I heft A cai radio and gallons of gasoline during I'eh- jjcan nominiition to congress .
speaker and a face plate valued ruary of ,972 h ready
at $58 were reported taken dur- r n m as district. Republican nomination.
mg the last several days from a Gallons Grassley, 40, chairman of the Three other Democrats be-
car at Zimmerman Ford, 4001 This year the February allo house appropriations commit- sides Rapp have announced for
First avenue SE. cation will be about 6,150 gal- |et, wil, campajgn for the seat their party’s nod. They are
* * * Ions, he said. . . R James Skaine, Cedar Falls; Hon
0 r d e r Valentine Terrarium The cutback will not reduce f, R ^..1 Masters. Mason City; and Ni*
eluding my finance books
If you accept this challenge and equal it by your commitment, we can show the citizens of the Third district that politicians are honest men.'’
Kapp said he would accept the challenge, and make his own campaign as open as Grassley
Charlene Conklin, Waterloo, al-havr announced for the
vironmental Protection Agency, 23,9 Ridgeway drive SE. was early! Pierson’s Florists.
approximate «* Atomic Energy Commission appointed Jo the board of library 11826 —Adv.
H. Igram. Parkland drive SE. who signed from the board.
and on non-public
g r a rn s would approximal*" nd fh interested nirtip< trustees Wednesday to serve $1,309,364 for 1974-75. but that and other interested parties. • .
a cushion was needed to make . retluests "ill empha- Mohammed
sure he wouldn’t have to come s'ze> Hetherington said, “the
back for more due to unpredic- success achieved to date in the
table circumstances. The sub- operation of the diffuser pipe
committee then raised the fig- s>stem to protect the aquatic * * * tending a welding class at Kirk-
ure to $1350 million. ** environment of the Mississippi Willa Phillips is back at La wood Community college.
river immediately downstream Femme Coiffure* For appoint- * * *
station from any sig- ment dial 365-9955. — Adv. Wanted: Bartender.
adverse effect caused * * * » Hotel.—Adv.
Carpenter estimated this fig-
hot ore would have to increase an-001 197?i mf leant
$104,000 was involved in
lunch money and that Daven-I0^1* million dollars by^W, pnnH,nc„ die j * r-j. j n ■ ut a
when the state's share of the hot ; station s condenser dis- student Cited — Connie Wood
is only one O’Connor, whose parents live at
port alone is in the governor’s
patrol activities, he said.
“There certainly isn t going to * be any curtailment as tar as the
Mary Jacobs. general Pub,ic ls concerned.”
^ 1306 K avenue NE, reported $100 Essentially what we are
r<" cash was (aker, from her purse.d®m* “ the officers lo
Wednesday while she was at. shut the thing off when its
Officers were informed in a
memorandum that they should no longer leave the engine run-Magnus njng whj|e a( fhe scene 0f an accident. fire, investigation or any
Norpel added that there are many Catholic schools in his arca and “If I don’t defend mv
meeting at the Camel room of the Embassy club.
♦ * *
1974 Proof sets. $14.00. Jeromes. — Adv. .
said the directive
- , , uu- i „ ... other assignment unless power
budget for over $700,000 for a lunth funding formula goes up (har^e watcr *hlch ,s only one OConnor, whose parents live at Toastmasters - Bob Driscoll, is needed to activate the car's ‘
ccwaee works project t0 10 Percent from the present 6 t,bovt' incr temperature 309 Crandall drive NE. has been jjm Klinger and Mike O’Deen lights.
percent. 600 feet downstream. named to the fall semester will be speakers at Friday’s
Most of the hot lunch money ' The sPra>’ canal is nearly dean s list at the University of noon Five Seasons Toastmaster
comes from federal funding complete, Hetherington ac-New Mexico. Albuquerque.
„ . „ with local districts contributing knowledged, and could be test- * * *
area I rn not a good legislator. jed and placed in operation by Ye olde shoppe Antiques now
. Riley said it was unfair to link; carpen(er estimated that 69 the May I. 1974. deadline. ,)pen Thursday nights 'til 9. —
his proposal to the 1974 election jyjjjijon public school lunches Hetherington said that “at Adv
>ear that he had advocated and g million non-public school an>’ time while the diffuser dis- * * *
hot lunch programs for non* lunches would be served in 1974-charge system continues in Johnny’s Parkway,
public schools before he knew 75 jf (^e appropriation clears operation, if any adverse effects;ner Ellis and F Ave. NW
he would be a candidate this this legislature. on the river were detected, the day Special: Swiss Steak
year for Second district con- - station could quickly begin ner. Served up 'til 8 30 p m
gressman 20 YEARS AGO — Secretary operating the spray canal sys- Menu dining from IO a m. ’til I
proposal 0f state Dulles decided to ask tem for cooling the condenser a rn Carrv-cut orders welcome
Grassley said a number of his chelas Johnson, constituents had urged him to
seek the congressional seat be- ‘>0 YEARS AGO — The de-cause “people feel that with me fense department revealed that in congress they will have some- American B-26 bombers were nobody they can trust their money ix«ing sent to Indo-China to help with.” I French-native forces fight the
He promised a “completely communists. open” campaign and said that if he is elected he will not be a “suitcase congressman.”
“I shall not live out of a suit-in Iowa,’’ Grassley said.
“My wife and children will remain on our New Hartford farm so I can be with them and my constituents on weekends.”
Show ha, you love her...
Guerillas Slay Israeli Soldier
amounts to a policy ol not idling (,rasslcy made his annountc-
the engine when standing still. mcn‘ »' s alet)?use hbcfori' » No service calls will be affed-'?mal sroup,o( well w.shers and cd. Clift added Police will sli||' legislators. In the audience was
maintain their normal active1 stephen Rapp iD-Ha-jjes J terloo), a candidate for the
The cutback is the second to Democratic nomination for the
affect the department. Clift same congressional seat.
said. Grassley told Kapp his cam-
KUSIK Win GSEENNOUSf INC I 800 ELLIS BLVD. M W FLOWtRPHONE 366-1826 YOUR FTO FLORIST
Riley said his
"would pass any constitutional Soviet Foreign Minister Molotov discharge and stop use of the —Adv test and that it is discrimma-(0 u§e bis influence with the diffuser. * *
tory” for the state to help fund chinese communists in an effort “We will seek a one-year Barbecue Ribs hot lunches for public school (0 break the deadlock on a delay in operation of the sprayjSaturday, 5 pm. students but not for non-public Korean peace conference. jcanal,’’ he said. 3108 1st Ave. NE.
TEL AVIV (AP)—Palestinian guerillas slipped across the barbed wire border from Lebanon and killed an Israeli sol-
Friday and Blue Moon, died in a skirmish, the Tel Aviv
-Adv. command said Thursday.
He cited the Evanson ease, in which he said the U.S. supreme court had approved
Short Power Outage Hits Cedar Hills
Homes in the Cedar Hills arca were without power for 27 minutes Wednesday afternoon while an electrical substation was shut down.
Pat McPartland. of Iowa Electric Light and Power Co., said the outage affecting about 200 homes in the northwest area of the city was caused when a fuse fell out of its holder at the Stony Point substation, on highway 94.
The malfunction, which occurred at 4:14 pm . resulted in reduced electrical power to the area.
The substation was shut down at 4:40 p m while workmen checked for the malfunction. Full power was restored at 5:07 p.m., McPartland said.
The fire department was called to two northwest side residences because low voltage overheated electrical appliances.
Cedar Rapids fire chief Ediel McMickle was at fire station No. 4 when the malfunction occurred. When the fire stations lights dimmed, McMickle called radio stations and asked residents to turn off appliances to guard against fire
The reduced outage could also cause damage to appliances due to overheating. McMickle said
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