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Citizen-Times (Newspaper) - September 14, 1966, Cedar Rapids, IowaPublic Library rapids of Iowa sep 161968 Iowa s Independent newspaper citizen times Start with assessors office says Mcnamara for investigation of Linn county gov m it s True says councilman Canney Penick Ford dumping wastes into River. Legislators will ask for help from capital Smith to file complaint next week solids stain River from buried pipe water pollution in Cedar rapids is pretty Well under control. The big water using industries Are helping to pay for por of Industrial wastes o _ William Smith v6r the next Twenty years. The Penick and Ford ply ant is paying yearly for the treatment of its Industrial wastes. But they Are still dumping wastes into the cedar1 Byver. On september 12 we talked to Bill Meany supervisor of the treat ment Plant. He seemed to us a sincere Capa ble Man who has a lot Confidence in the City s ability to handle waste and pollution problems we ask exp about dumping in Meany told us no plants Are going to the River no industries doing there is a Large pipe running from Penick and Ford into the Cedar. At irregular intervals a yellow affluence cont. On Mullins to the Rescue Industry not carrying fair tax Load state representative Walter Mcnamara Cal led for an investigation of Linn county govern ment tuesday night arid said that it should Start in the assessor s office. Speaking quest Ion of property tax re Lief before a meeting of the Chain lakes coun cil at Toddville school or. Mcnamara said that one Rea son pro Perty taxes were High is that Industry is not carry t l3 news of servicemen officer Mullins was caught in the act the other Day. He had no trouble assuming the role of Good Samaritan because the owner of that car could easily have competed in the recent miss America contest. Auditor s report or Mcnamara remarked that the Small Man is paying his share Well Over 100 million dollars yearly in property taxes while Linn county Industry pays Only 18 million. For instance Penick and Ford is carrying a one and threes Quarter million assessment. The Plant was recently sold within the Indus cont. On Page 4 column 5 private first class Mark English Hus band of mrs. Karonen Glish 12 331 c enter Street . Was awarded the combat infantry badge. He is assigned to the first airborne cavalry Vietnam. Marvin melshajr., son of or. And mrs. Marvin melshasr., 1236 34th Street ., has completed the army s warrant officer flight program his commis Sion and his Pilot s wings at fort Rucker Alabama. After a 20 Day leave with his family or. Melsa will be assigned to fort Lewis Washington for duties As an army helicopter Pilot. Dennis Lee Paul son of Ivor. And mrs. Ernest g. Paul 637 l St. S.w., has enlisted in to the . Army. He was sent to fort Leo Nard Wood mo., for Basic training. Upon completion of Basic training pvt. Paul will be trained in the repair and operation of will be trained in the repair and operation of continuous wave radar equipment microwave radio repair arid microwave electronic e equipment. Pvt. Paul was a 1965 graduate of Jefferson High school in Cedar rapids. Marine officer g Andi Date Daniel a Leslie son of or. And or. Howard o. Leslie of 1631 Park town and a student at the University of Iowa has been Gra cont. On Page 14 witness says no but student teacher hit him on on Back the course of the argument Between teacher Kenneth Marsh and Stu Dent David Hickey at Prairie High school last week presents some thing of a mystery. Did Marsh strike Hickey and if magnitude was the alter cation to determine the facts we inter viewed not Only Hickey and Marsh but also Marven erase sole wit Ness to the incident arid superintendent Sam Wiley. The result is conflicting accounts of what took place. According to David Hickey he was entering the off ice of the Driver s training teacher when Marsh followed him in. Marsh mentioned to Hickey that he had seen him speeding which Hickey admitted. Marsh said i going to make you an sex Hickey said he was real Friendly at first. Then Marsh exclaimed i Don t know How i could feel so an Gry on the inside and act so composed on the outside then he blew up. He started screaming and hit me on the face Sto Mach and Back. As or. Erase tried to Calm him Down he said the last person who tried to get Back at i smashed his ribs. R i la get Back at you too Hickey related that Only after this did Marsh regain his composure at the same time puffing up his muscle and show ing it when asked about his record in school for discipline Hickey replied that although he had been in trouble last year for his driving record he cont on Page 17

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