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Marion Sentinel (Newspaper) - February 12, 1987, Marion, Iowa When you want to know whats happening around you the Marion Sentinel the official newspaper for Marion and Linn County G D morion VOLUME NUMBER 7 12 PAGES FORTY CENTS IOWA 52302 FEBRUARY 1987 Mercy Care expands services Four Independence physicians John Richard Phillip Bryant and Duane Jasper have announced the sale of their medical office building and records to Mercy Care a sister corporation of Mercy Hospital in Cedar said the agreement provides the doctors access to the resources of a large medical center and Specialty clinics such as opthalmology and and satellite clinics in surrounding are among the additions that will be Mike spokesman for Mercy Care noted that the agreement will enable the Independence Peoples Memorial Hospital in Independence and Cedar Rapids Mercy to work together for expansion of medical services in Buchanan The located at 1100 First in will be operated as Mercy Care This is the most recent agreement between physicians in eastern Iowa communities and Mercy Care said Other communities include Belle Marengo and Agreements with Aaron Randolph of George Utley of Clarence and Virginia Moldenhauer of Marengo were finalized in the past An agreement with Mary Lorenz of Play it again BOWMAN WOODS THIRD GRADERS recently constructed homemade musical instruments for their music class taught by Diane Some of the students shown with their creations are from back left Lance Ray Erin Garrison and Courtney Siders from middle left Jennifer Juanita Cooper and Jenny Strike from front left Mark and Sarah Daffodil hope The Linn County unit of the American Cancer Society announced plans Saturday to place over blooming daffodils on display throughout the county next month for the units third celebration of Daffodil Purpose of the Daffodil Days part of both a state and national American Cancer Society is to coordinate display of as many of the traditional first flowers of spring as possible to serve as symbols of hope for a The project is underwritten by dona tions from local or and individuals with funds raised going to support cancer education and service Tom Phelan of Cedar of the Linn County project with Virginia Soukup of said Saturday that this years effort represents a commitment to a 20 percent increase over last when Linn County had the states largest display of underwritten by donations of The daffodils may be used as desired by Last many of the flowers were distributed to hospitals and nursing homes as well as displayed at numerous office and retail and financial Kickoff display date in Iowa is March The deadline for ordering which will be flown to Iowa in bud is Persons interested in joining the project are invited to contact Phelan at Soukup at or the Linn American Cancer Society unit at Manchester was signed in October of Lorenz is currently practicing in association with Duane Although Moldenhauer and Lorenz all plan to continue practicing in their respective communities for a number of plans are being made to augment physician services in the Physician recruitment has begun in all five The recruitment is being conducted jointly by Mercy Care Management and the local In Mercy Care Management entered into a jount venture with Philip First and Dn Robert Good to construct a new medical which will be completed in First and Good will soon be joined in their practice by Melody James administrator of Cedar Rapids Mercy We believe that agreements between Mercy Care Management and physicians and between Mercy Hospital and community will result in some very real health care benefits for residents of the towns He added that such associations will facilitate the recruitment of and allow doctors in smaller communities to make use of sophisticated diagnostic and treatment facilities at The end result will be a higher level of health care available to local 13 Linn County students nominated for academies Linn County students and 19 other Iowa high school seniors have been nominated for enrollment in the Air and Merchant Marine Iowa Congressman Tom Tauke Tauke named a principal nominee and a first alternate for each of the three armed services academies to fill openings reserved for candidates names by members of Iowa can be very proud of these Tauke Because of their outstanding the students have completed the first step of the very competitive academy admissions Tauke said the selections were based on a review of all applicants and professional Each applicant was interviewed by Tauke and his Academy Selection a group of lowans with diverse civilian and educational The nominations have been forwarded to the which will again review the students records and make final The following Marion students were nominated for the competitive selections Corey son of and Glenn Air Force Academy Trevor son of and Scott Air Force Academy and Scott son of and Wayne Naval Chamber seeks nominations for farm management awards The Area Chamber of Commerce serving the greater Cedar Marion and Hiawatha area announces that Outstanding Farm Business Management Awards will be presented at the Agriculture Day Celebration on March Award recipients will receive a monetary award of one hundred dollars and other The awards are sponsored by the Chamber Agriculture Relations Merchants National Cedar Rapids Fairfax State Savings Fairfax and Farmers State The Ag Day Celebration is hosted by the Chamber Ag Relations Award applications are open to all interested farm operators in the greater Cedar Rapids area and surrounding Applicants must submit a written paper explaining a farm management project they completed and Possible topics for the award include but are not limited whole farm record enterprise marketing capital farm business adjustments or estate A panel of judges comprising specialists from farm agricultural agricultural input and agricultural journalism will judge Projects must be submitted by Information will be kept Application forms and rules are available at county extension offices and the Area Chamber of Commerce office in Cedar Winners will be recognized at the Ag Day Celebration Banquet on March For more information contact Nancy Barickman at Lowenberg at Terry Martin at or Tom Glanz at
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