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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 1, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                10A M, Kupkts turtle: Jan. 1. 1874 Elect Officers Volunteer Alert Do you liavo a few hours you could devote to a necessary project for which your only reward will bo the good feeling that comes from helping others? If so, wo have just the place for you. Sports: Swimming and diving, lifeguards, tumbling, danc- ing, judo, fencing, gymnastics, tKimpoline, basketball (score- keepers, referees, boxing, tennis, wrestling, golf, locker room attendants. Counseling: Expectant mothers (phone from your who have had some problems with the law, pser groups Office Work: Typing, receptionists, answering phones, filing, clerical work. Arts, Crafts: With elderly in nursing homes, handicapped children, technical theater, woodworking, working with chil- dren, knitting, leather emits, photography. Elderly: Adopt-a-grandparent, help patients shave, visit, read, handicrafts, music, friendly visitors, teleeare, games, recreation, entertainment. Handicapped: Companions, handicrafts, taping books for the blind, Scent and Camp Fire leaders. Children: Teachers assistams, baby-sitting, big sister, help with simple crafts for handicapped children, crafts for boys in school, tutors (reading and pre-school as- sistants, sports. For further information about these and all opportunities, call the Voluntary Action Center or stop in at 305 Second avenue SE weekdays between and Stag Film Shocks Cable TV Viewers Robert ,1. Colon. Tower Ter- jrace. Marion, has been elected 1974 president of the Harmony j Hawks chorus. Cedar Rapids1 chapter of the Society for the Preservation and Encourage- ment of Barbershop Quartet Singing in America. He succeeds Donald D. Elvers. Colon and other officers as- sumed their posts Tuesday. Other officers are: Jim Graichen, administrative vice-president; Bob Nance, pro- gram vice-president; Carl Boyer. secretary, and Chuck Stookesberry, treasurer Board members appointed for 1974 are: Vic Bunge, Jerry Cas- teel, Dave Dicken, Ken Frantz, Jon McVay and Ed Vavra. PITTSBURGH (AP) Cable television viewers in ihe nearby Steel Valley area were startled by the impromptu airing of sev- eral stag films, police said. However, the movies were cut short early Wednesday when lo- cal police, alerted by angry viewers, arrested the projection- ist, Glenn Kucera, 21, of North Versailles township. Police said Kucera reportedly announced on the air that he was drunk and would show the film, starring two of his friends, until dawn unless someone called the police. Kucera was arraigned on ob- scenity charges. Martin Barch, manager of Valley Cable TV Co., said he fired the projectionist and spent the remainder of the day apol- ogizing to viewers who called to protest. "We have had a few calls from people who wanted more of the same, Barch said. Family Takes In Bird for Holidays ANNA, III. (AP) The Car- roll Loomis family may not have a partridge in a pear tree this Christmas but they had a starling in their Christmas tree. Two Loomis children spotted Thieu Predicts Reds'Annexation SAIGON (AP) President Thieu has said the objective of Communist North Vietnam is still to annex the South. Thieu said, "The Communists don't want to have peace They don't want to renounce their ambition of aggression and annexation of South Vietnam." Addressing a graduation cere- the injured starling outside theirimony at the coastal city of home a few days before Christ-1 Yung Tau, Thieu declared: mas. They took the bird insidej "It is Hanoi which invades and gave it a home in thejSouth Vietnam and still keeps Christmas tree. The bird troops here and still down for food and then their manpower and war to its perch among the materiel into South Vietnam. naments and tinsel. After'the holidays, the familyl Want to sell something big? plans to put the tree outside and i Something small? Want Ads will use it as a bird feeder. sell them all. Dial 398-8234. Staying Home New Year's Eve Is as Stlimdating As Selecting Tuppermtre By Krma Uuinbrvk There is nothing more depressing than to wake up New Year's without .-i iKvid.-rhr ;in'l with nothins i'> from the night before. gold wedgies scattered on the stairway, no party hats on the back of ihe commode, no taste in your mouth like a wet chenille tongue- Only the memory of an evening .spent in front of the televi- sion set with Father Time dozing over a warm Gatorade and you waU-hins; Ben (Iriiven get choked up over a tittle silver 'ball Ever since we arrived home hist New Year's morning to find our baby sitter bombed out of her mind, my husband said, "This proves it. It must be more fun to stay at home. Why should we spend an outrageous amount of money to frantically tear from one party to another, drink too much, eat too much, and feel lott n the next Sli- Kft'ncni'. Before 1 could answer him. he said, It ib settled. Next year we stay at home. No annoy- ing clinking glasses, shrill voices and deafen- ing music. We are going to enjoy a stimulat- BOMBECK ing evening by ourselves." I have had more stimulating evenings selecting Tupper- ware. From 7 to I picked bubble gum out of the dog's whiskers. At 9, my husband said, "I wonder what Euell Gib- bons got for Christmas? "Mavbe a I answered. At I saw my husband sleeping in -the chair and shouted r.i him, "Say it! I'm not getting better, I'm getting At I went to the refrigerator for a drink. The kids had drunk all the mix and the neighbors had cleaned us out of all the ice cubes. I poured two glasses of warm Gatorade, re- turned to the living room and kicked my husband in the foot. South Koreans Defy Premier's Petitipn Warning SKOUL (HIM) South Korean civic and religious lieie defied a stern warning by Pre K'ligc to (lie people's right to pe- tition. "The petition campaign falls within the boundary of the con- stitution." bis statement says. "It is both the right and duly of the people." inicr Kim Jong-pi! and say they! j would continue to Katlu-r sij 107-Year-Old Gives Credit fo Hard Work U.S. Safety Rule Requires Labels On Baby Cribs WASHINGTON tUI'l) The government now requires con- spicuous labeling ol baby cribs manufactured under new fed- UU.VK for a petition sct-kim- the j revision of the nation's con.litu- He awakened, "Did you know that at midnight all horses age one "Now I've got one for I said. "Did you know that if tomorrow were 'Show and Tell' I wouldn't show up." At my husband's snooze alarm went off. He clicked his fingers while Carmen Lombardo sang, "Boo flipped the porch light on and off twice and shouted, "Happy New Year." 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