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Gazette Weekly News Magazine (Newspaper) - November 22, 1978, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 2 Gazette Weekly 1978 Whats Happening The following list is an excerpt from the Calendar of Events in Eastern Iowa which appears in the Satur day morning Only items of communitywide cultural and entertainment interest are accepted for the regular All events are open to the pub Continuing Events OLD CAPITOL on University of Iowa Iowa Hours 10 to 5 Monday through Satur day and 1 to 5 HERBERT HOOVER Presidential 1 mile off Interstate West Hours Monday through 8 to 6 10 to 6 Admission 50 cents INDIANS OF THE Canadian Northwest and Phil ippine 1904 Louis Worlds Fair at the Museum of Natural U of Hours 10 to 5 Monday through Saturday and 1 to 5 Sun IOWA COUNTY HISTORICAL Societys 100year old log bachelors cabin and basement Hours Saturday and 1 to 5 Ad mission 50 EXHIBIT OF STUDENT WORK from 197778 aca demic year at Armstrong Cornell Con tinuing Gallery hours Monday through to 4 BATIKS BY Cedar Rapids artist Barbara Treumper on display in lobby of Mercy Cedar Through ART EXHIBIT BY Ray and Annice Mar shalltown in the main lobby of the Roosevelt Royale Cedar Featuring oils and soft sculptural EXHIBIT OF STAGE Designs and the Russian AvantGarde 1911 29 at the Museum of U of In cludes collages and drawings by 30 artists of the Russian and Soviet avantgarde of the early 20th Through Gallery hours Monday through 10 to 3 2 to 9 1 to 5 TAKE A CLOSER at the Indian Creek Na ture Cedar Photography exhibit by Rodney Cedar Rapids nature Featuring spiders and tiny Through Also photography exhibit of Linn County rocks and Prepared by Leslie and Pat Through Admission 50 cents Hours Tuesday through 8 to 5 1 to 5 ART EXHIBIT How Do I See the paint ings and drawings by Austrian at the Commons Sponsored by the Interna tional Exchange Through Gallery hours Monday through 8 to 10 noon to 10 CHARLES OLSONS GLOUCESTER Photographs by Lynn Swigart at the Museum of U of Exhibit continues through Gallery hours Monday through 10 to 5 2 to 9 1 to 5 FACES OF exhibit of students pho at LinnMar High School Media Mar Sponsored by the Iowa Arts in coopera tion with the Des Moines Sunday Through Hours Monday through to LITHOGRAPH EXHIBIT by Dorothy Carnine Scott at Iowa Kirkwood Community Circulated by the Old Bergen Art Featuring scenes from the Western United Through DRAWING AND POTTERY exhibit by McBrlde and Carl Fracassini at Armstrong Through Gallery hours Monday through 8 to 4 2 to 4 FIBER ART EXHIBIT at McAuley Art Mount Mercy Featuring works of U of I textile design Through Gallery hours Sunday through 7 to 9 daily by registering at the lobby desk in STRANGE SIGHTS FROM Fantasy an ex hibit of oil paintings and drawings by Tom OConnor at Iowa Through YOUNG ANIMAL original prints by Carl Marion native and at the CornerHouse 2753 First Cedar Rap Also signed limited edition print by Phelps on dis Through Gallery hours Monday through to 5 Thursday until 9 Sat urday to 4 STAGE FRIGHT AND oneman show by Tom former Cedar Rapids resident at the Cedar Rapids Art Featuring acrylic paintings and Through Gallery hours Tues day through 10 to 5 until 2 to 5 ART EXHIBIT Student work of Jim Richerson at West Sinclair Through Gallery hours Monday through 7 to 9 10 to noon 2 to 4 WORKS ON PAPER by Twentieth Century Women at the Museum of U of Through Gallery hours Monday through 10 to 5 2 to 9 1 to 5 TWENTYFIFTH NATIONAL Exhibition of Prints at the Cedar Rapids Art Marvin Cone Cir culated by the Library of Through Gallery hours Tuesday through 10 to 5 until 2 to 5 r THE NAME YOU CAN TRUST IN JEWELRY robken jewelry e jr feature p I a jfi from F 4 We iifc In all of 110 THIRD STREET IOWA 24 Friday THE COMEDY CONNECTION 8 at the Old Creamery Also 2526 30 Performance times Friday and Sat urday at 8 Sunday at 7 For call the box office 319 10 to 6 Tues day through Friday noon to 6 Saturday and Sun POTTERY EXHIBIT BY Karen 10 to 6 at 412 North Third Mount Also 25 ANNUAL CRAFT GUILD Christmas 9 to 3 at Regina High Iowa FAMILY CHRISTMAS 10 to 4 at the Horridge 612 First Sponsored by the Benton County Historical Society and Extension Featuring decorating and food gift 26 ANTIQUE 9 to 5 at the National Guard Iowa Sponsored by the Preceptor Eta Chapter of Beta Sigma Admission 75 28 BEHIND THE SCENES Recording by Lowell U of I music 3 at DaehlerKitchin 29 THE CLEVELAND STRING 8 at Hancher U of Admission and Tickets available at Hancher box HELPING ALCOHOLICS Help 7 to 9 at the United Way Cedar Speaker Joel Area Substance Abuse Council Sponsored by the Mental Health Association in Linn 30 SIDE BY SIDE BY 8 at Hancher U of Starring Hermione Admis and Tickets available at Hancher box FOSSILS TO slide lecture by Hermione Gingold 30 2 OLD GOLD Cocoa and 8 at Hancher U of Also 3 at 3 and 8 Tickets available at Hancher box CHRISTMAS CRAFTS 10 to 4 at Mount Vernon City Featuring local craftspeople Also noon to 3 3 AMBROZ STUDENT ART Show at the Ambroz Cen Through Hours Monday through 8 to 5 Monday through 7 to 9 Saturday and 1 to 5 Come To Our Local Service Center VINTON CANCELLED THIS WEEK TIPTON 1 to 3 pm Tipton State Bank Springman BATTERIES SERVICE FOR ALL MAKES MAICO QUALITONE SIEMENS OTICON RADIOEAR STARKEY ZENITH ACOUSTICON and others Come In and let us test your SPRINGMAN HEARING AID OFFICE 302 Paramount Building CEDAR IOWA 52401 Phone 3193643322 Philip at Cherry Audi STUDENT RECITAL David voice and gui at DaehlerKitchin FIDDLER ON THE 8 at the Para mount Cedar Coproduced by the Cedar Rapids Community Theatre and pital Also 8 and 2 For further call 1 THE AUTHENTIC LIFE of Billy the a Univer sity Theater 8 at the Mabie The U of Also 69 at 8 3 at 3 Tickets evening available at Hancher box OPERA The Triumph of 8 at Clapp Recital U of Also Tickets availa ble at Hancher box art at the Museum of U of Selection of works acquired from July 1977 to June Through HOLIDAY 10 to 4 at the Indian Creek Nature Cedar Includes hot was natureoriented and natural handcrafted Sponsored by the Nature Center Also NEW THIS YEAR 1100 MORE PARKING PLACES IN DOWNTOWN CEDAR RAPIDS The new travel In an effort to serve readers The Cedar Rapids Gazette publishes a full page of area arts a full page of reviews of new and a page of travel information every YOUR ONESTOP STORE FOR iusiCAL GIFTS Make your selections Soon Layaway for Christinas BODDICKER SCHOOL OF MUSIC In the Heart of Czech Village 92 16th SW 3658658 Open thru 99 95 Prices on Remaining 78s OPEN TONIGHT TIL AND ELECTRONICS I DARRELS TV f 8088th MARION 3772779 5 OPEN and til AND til 5 OPEN SUNDAY 14 9O Days Same As Cash Grow it Your way with our crop Growing crops is your is linancing Were the farm credit Thats our So when youve got a cropping plan that calls lor count on in crop We understand your large and And we re committed to helping you achieve your You II find that PCA has the flexibility to tailor loan terms and repayment to fil your particular We hear you We And with your sound plan and our you can grow crops your Central Iowa Production Credit Association Ron Armstrong Mike Vincent 5850 6th Street SW Cedar Rapids Phone 3662402 LETS PCA TWO NEW BIG PARKING LOTS 5 Seasons 1st at 4th NE Under 1380 between 2nd 3rd NE In Final Stages of Opening Soon THERES ROOM FOR YOUR CAR and thousands more DOWNTOWN Armstrong 5th 3rd Armstrong A 2nd NE MNB Environmental 1st 3rd SE Municipal 2nd 1 st SE Municipal Ramp 3rd 4th SE Killian 4th 2nd SE Municipal 5th 1st CDA Lot Ave 2nd SE Municipal 4th 3rd SE Municipal 4th 4th SE ENJOY CHRISTMAS SHOPPING CONVENIENCE Starting 24 Stores will be open until 9 Monday through Friday until Christmas Enjoy Free parking in any lot with the Park Shop plan Ride the bus free with our Ride Shop plan THERES MORE OF EVERYTHING FOR CHRISTMAS DOWNTOWN CEDAR RAPIDS
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