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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 7, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Marion, Linn-Mar Night Class Schedule Charted Classes in beginning unit re- -onlact Kauere at 377-7373. fresher skills tor office workers highlight the winter program of c'a s s c -s evening community classes, which will begin (he- week of Jan. 13. At Marion high school, an ad- vanced bookkeeping class and a class in Porkncr shorthand method will meet Monday eve- nings at 7 o'clock beginning Jan. 14.. A class in beginning typing will meet on Tuesday evenings at 7, and a shorthand- typing refresher class will hold meetings on Wednesday eve- nings at Other winter classes at Marion include knit sport coals and slacks, Monday at 7 p.m., and beginning modern mathe- matics for parents, Tuesday at 7. At Linn-Mar high school, an office skills refresher course will meet on Tuesday evenings at Other classes meeting at (he high school include cake decorating, Monday at 7; small engine repair, Tuesday at 6; tailoring, Tuesday at 7, ami speed reading, Thursday at 7. A karate class will meet on Monday and Wednesday eve- nings at 7 in Indian Creels school. At Bowman Woods school, there will be a men's recreation program at p.m. Wednesday and a co-educational recreation program on Thurs- day at Classes in Linn-Mar and Marion are sponsored by Kirk- wood Community college in co- operation with the local schoo' districts. Marion area residents may also enroll in any of the more than 300 evening classe: this winter in Cedar Rapids schools. Persons with questions abou the Linn-Mar classes shoulc Jramcr at 377-1675. Y.MCA Tuesday's activity ichedule at the Marlon branch YMCA is: open 9 i.m., pro-school gymnastics 1 ).m., fitness class 6, power vol- eyball 7, men's open 9; pool Linn-Mar lessons 9 and 11 a.m., ire-school 10 and 2 p.m., adult open women's water exer- cises 1, youth recreational youth lessons 4, swim team synchronized swim class 7, adult lessons 8. Lions Maiion Lions evening club will meet Tuesday at i.m. at the Indian House. Mayor William J. Grundy, jr., will speak. fhose interested in Marion Custodial Care Task Force Named by Ray DES MOINES (AP) Gov. Robert Ray Monday named a governor's seven-member task force on custodial bed care to develop recommendations to in- crease the number of such beds available in Iowa. Ray said the problem of cus- todial care for elderly anc handicapped lowans has reached serious proportions. Named were: Sen. Barton Schwieger Rep. Gregory Gusack Social Services Commissionei Kevin Burns; Helen Henderson of Des Moines, director the Iowa Assn. for Retarded Chit dren; Leona Petersen, execu live secretary of the Iowa com mission on the aging; Delores Lowe, Waterloo nursing home administrator, and Evelyne Vil lines, executive secretary.pf the committee on employment b the handicapped. of everything for irie horns Third Avenue at First Street SE In Downtown Cedar Rapids Open Monday (tonight) 'til 9 adds needed moisture to: dry, heated air. TOPGRIILEFOR .IN DIRECT FLOW OF AIR WUIIOUTDRAFIS AUTOMATIC HlWIDISTAr MAINTAINS DESIRED 1EVEL OF HUMIDITY SMOOTH ROtllNG CASTERS IMSKE irtASIU PORTABLE m Humidifies entire home-up to 12 gallons daily H Easy to fill and clean m Ends dry air that causes dry skin, sore throats I Protects furnishings, house plants, carpets ffl Reduces static electricity H Lowers heating costs i Helps you feel better, protects your home Standard Model 195 PRESTO HUMIDIFIER. THE COMFORT MAKER! Portable. Smooth-rolling caslors make it simple lo move lo any part of homo. Riles Wednesday for Nellie Hepker, 88 Nellie Ihijikcr, S3, of routo a! 'clong resident of Marion, died! mday. i She was horn Feb. S, 1885, in outh Dakota. On April 21, ic was married to William E. cpkcr, who died Dec. 29, 1961, Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Hepker as a member of the Free 'elhodist church at Toddvillc. Surviving are three sons, Wil- am 0. Hepker of Skokie, 111., larcnce Hepker of Phoenix, nd Warren Hepker ot Marcn- o; a daughter, Irene Hepker of larion; 10 grandchildren; and brother, Earl McBurncy of oddville. Services: p.m. Wednes- ay at the Free Methodist jurch in Toddvillc, conducted y the Rev. John D. Green, urial: Cedar Memorial cemc- ery. Friends may call at the durdoeh chapel in Marion after p.m. Monday. Friends may, il icy wish, contribute to the 'rce Methodist church building und. Kiwanis Hiawatha Trails lub will meet Tuesday at .m. at the Suburban. A busi- ess meeting follows breakfast. Siding or Insulating your louse? Give us a call. Warner Brothers, 377-5573.-Adv. Changes Listed At Children's Library Room! Marion public library thil-j Iron's room has put several! 'hangcs into effect. Majori is in open hours. j New hours are: Noon lu 8 ).m., Monday through Friday; Saturday, 10 a.m. to p.m. Story hour for pre-schoolers tas had to be re-located be- cause of the library remodeling. The new site is the council chambers at the city hall. Three women arc in charge of story hour which is divided into hcse catagories: Two-year-olds, .hree-year-olds and four- and 'ivc-ycar-olds. Story hour has )cen changed to .10 a.m. on Thursday. II had been fhe time change will permit mothers to go to the library to check out books after story lour. The children's room will ae open afterwards. Other changes include the purchase of children's records ivhich may be checked out the same length of time as hooks. Tho library has a section of new fiction and one on nnw non- fiction books. Also on display are the current nominees for the Newbery and Caldecott awards [or 1974. The winners will be named later in January. Israeli Growth TEL AVIV (AP) Israel's lopulation grew by about n 1973 to a total of the ;overnment reported. 10 YEARS AGO Dallas Dis- trict Atty. Wade said a lengthy police investigation of the slay- ing of Lee Oswald showed no evidence of collusion between Jack Ruby and police. The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Mon., Jan. 7, 1974 Items Taken As Autos Entered Over Weekend j Steps into Car's Path, C. R. Woman Injured A Cedar Rapids woman was treated at Mercy hospital and released for injuries she suf- Policc reported four incidents Ld when stmck b a car of arceny from motor vehicles aftcrnoon. on the city .s side over the weekend and one on the .southeast sirle. Gary I'tltsek, 121, avenue SW, reported stereo tape deck and four stereo tapes were taken from his car while it was parked in front of his home Friday night. Greg of Fairfax re- ported the following items were taken from his car while it was narked at 3041 Sixth street 75, ot 1218 Sec- avenue SE, suffered a leg when she walked out in f a car driven by Harold Jorgensen, 904 Thirtieth street NE, Saturday afternoon in the K mart East parking lot, 180 road NE. Saturday night: 15 tapes worth and worth of car Maynard Man Charged ..MAYNARD Joseph Jones, 38. of rural Maynard, has been charged with reckless and failure to report "The best. 1 could do.Sheldon, was to change your CtANK-CtANK-to a Services in Walker For Charles Valenfa WALKER Charles J. Va- enta, 72, a retired Iowa Manu- facturing Co. employe and a lifelong resident of Center Point and Walker, died Saturday even- ing at his home. He was born March 2G, 1901, at Center Point. On Sept. 28, 1932, he was married to Bessie E. Pavlis at Cedar Rapids. Mr. Valenta was a 50-year member of Klas 160 of Center Point. Surviving are his wife; a daughter, Mrs. Richard McMil- len, and a foster daughter, Karen Klinghammer, both of Walker; a son, Walter F. Va- leata of Center Point; a broth- er, Frank E. Valenta of Cedar Rapids; and six grandchildren. Services: 2 p.m. Wednesday at he United Methodist church in Walker. Burial: Cedar Memori- al cemetery in Cedar Rapids. Friends may call al the Mur- doch chapel in Walker. Thieu Bolsters Security for Tet SAIGON (UPI) President Thieu, fearing a Viet Cong of- 'ensive, has ordered maximum security during the Tet lunar new year festival and the anni- versary of the signing of the Paris cease-fire agreement, military sources said Monday. The traditional Tet holidays will last for three days begin- ning Jan. 23, and the first anni- versary of the cease-fire agree- ment is Jan. 27. chamois. Guy Murdock, Maple drive NW, told police a tape >layer worth 580 and seven apes valued at were taken from his car Saturday night while it was parked at the Gold Mine Tavern, 1724 Sixteenth av- enue SW. John Moore, 615 Second ave- nue SW, reported someone took 14 gallons of gas, a tool box and tools valued at a drop cord, cap, rope and small metal box, all valued at from his car Friday night. Patricia Hodges of the Mon- trose hotel told police a elec- tric sander, two pillows worth and four blankets worth were taken from her car while it was parked in Killian's park- ade in the 300 block of Fourth avenue SE last week. driving an ac- a! bank and a store building were slruck by a Car' Serving Sentence MANCHESTER Andy Rich- mond, 19, of Ryan Friday with- drew an appeal on a resisting arrest conviction and will serve 60-day jail sentence here on weekends. 20 YEARS AGO Russia an- nounced it was ready to join with the U.S. in preliminary talks on President Eisenhower's atomic pool plan. 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