Cedar Rapids Gazette, June 30, 1968, Page 8

Cedar Rapids Gazette

June 30, 1968

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 30, 1968, Cedar Rapids, Iowa uiiu 4 muu■ I vir» Reserve Checking A new convenient time saving service for . ii    J*    , Peoples customers. # ■"•is-h*/.*'.. . ■ v i'’ *'-.A. Full Service Banking antitrust Company Cedar Rapids, Iowa Federal Deposit Insurance, Coloration , Federal Reserve System JON SINGELSTAD Three Cedar Rapids Boy Scouts will receive their Eagle Scout awards at a court of honor to be held in Holy Redeemer Lutheran church Monday evening. All three Scouts are members of troop 33, sponsored by the Cleveland school P T A. Jon Singelstad, 15. son of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Singelstad, 119 Sonic Boom from Giant Transports Can Be Reduced ITHACA, N. Y, (UPI) -Supersonic transports can cut their sonic boom in half without any radical changes in design, a Cornell university scientist said last week. Edwin L. Resler, jr., director of Cornell's graduate school of aerospace engineering, said modifying the intake and exhaust ports and relocating the engine might be all that was necessary to reduce sonic boom to about half of that expected. Boom Is Major Problem Getting rid of sonic boom is a major problem that has plagued backers of supersonic transports, which are expected to take to the skies in the next few years. Because of the tremendous size of the SST, 350 feet long, the boom is more of a problem than in smaller military aircraft. In addition, military craft usually fly over sparsely populated areas or the open water where noise and shattered windows are not a major problem. “You should design a n airplane with the engines on it from now on." Resler said. “It hasn't been done yet. Usually the aircraft designers tell the engine manufacturers only how-much thrust they want and then the engines are tacked on.” Less Efficient Transport Resters principle would result in a slightly less efficient transport because of the larger engines needed but would reduce an expected major public nuisance. In the redesigned engine, the stream of air leaving the engine would be smaller than that going in. creating a partial vacuum to suck in some of the shock waves, dulling the impact on the ground “The theory that it is impossible to get rid of the boom isn't true,” Resler said. LARRY ECKERT Nineteenth street NVY, entered scouting in 1961. He has served as a patrol leader and has hiked the Old Capitol trail. Jon. a Gazette carrier, has attended both Camp Waubeek and Camp Waconda for two years. He has twice earned an International Red Cross art award. He will be a sophomore at Jefferson high school this fall and is a member of Holy Redeemer Lutheran church. Larry Eckert, 16. son of Mr. and Mrs. Bob J. Eckert, 206 Twenty-third street NAV. started scouting in 1960. He will be a junior at Jefferson this fall. RICKY KUDA Larry received his God and Country award in 1965 and has served as assistant patrol leader, senior patrol leader and quartermaster. He has hiked the Old Capitol trail and is a member of the First Congregational church. Ricky Kuda, 16, son of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Kuda. 2107 Williams boulevard SW, began scouting in 1962. Ricky, also a student at Jefferson. completed the Iowa hunter safety course and has hiked both the Old Capitol and Lincoln trails. He attends St. Jude's church. When Services Received    Claims    Deadline Od. I, 1966—Sept. 30. 1967    By    Dec. 31. 1968 Oct. I. 1967-Sept. 30. 1968    By    Dec. 31. 1969 For services received between July I, 1966 and Sept. 30. 1966, the time limit for sending in claims ended on April I, 1968. I understand that I can earn    SI.680    this    year and get    all my Social Security benefits. But    how    about    the income I    get from rental of a home I own? Is that income included in the $1,680.00? No. Your income from rental of a home you own is not included. The $1,680 figure includes only income you earn as an employe working for wages or the net profit you get from operating a business. Income you get from investments such as rentals, interest on savings or dividends from stocks do not affect your Social Security bene!its. The Cedar Rapids Social Security Office is located in room 300, SGA building, 122 Second street SE. Telephone number is: 366-2411, extension 431. The office is open on Thursday until 7:30 p m. The Thursday evening telephone number is 366-4442. Teetotaler Federation Reorganized by Czechs PRAGUE < API—The Feder- of public morals.” This country ation of Teetotalers, banned in is a leader in alcoholic con- 1950 for some reason lost in an sumP,lon t*r caP"a desPi,e . . .. ,    _ .,    •. . . government campaigns against alcoholic fog of the Stalinist era. alcoholism has been revived in newly lib-__ eralized Czehoslovakia.    Proper    Name The trade union newspaper DENYER (API - An official Prace reported diehard drys de- of a roofers union in Denver is cided to “resume their activi- well named. He is business ties in view of . . . the decline agent Archie Topping prp>h»li(laT siM'cials! CLEARANCE Spring into Summer FORMALS AND BRIDESMAIDS’ DRESSES lovely styles in broken sizes values 30.00 to 100.00 SAVE *4 ... */» formal shop—second floor Famous Label knit tops shorts slacks sh im suit covers culottes save more than S BETTER SPORTS-WE AP SECOND FLOOR 'N    iilllim 4A Thf rpdar Rapids Gazette; Sun.. 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