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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 20, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa LIFE Committee To Seek Support for Amendment Members of the Cedar Itapids iJI-k committee plan to distrib- ute information in Hie downtown area Tuesday urging citizen support of a constitutional amendment which would pro-! hibit abortion and euthanasia. It is one of several activities planned by Ihe LIKE !s For Everyone) committee in connection with the first iinni- vcrsary of the supreme court's decision legalizing abortion. LIKE Chairperson Palti Walsh said bolls at a number of churches will toll Tuesday as a reminder of the court's decision "We arc also planning a membership drive along with urging persons to write Sens Harold Hughes and Dick Clark and Congressman John Culver in support of the human life Mrs. Walsh said. Sen. Hughes is a co-sponsor of the life amendment. Mrs. Walsh said represent- atives of lowans for LIFE will join those from other pro-life or- ganizations from throughout the country in a memorial march in Washington Tuesday, Mrs. Walsh likened the consti- tutional amendment effort to one 100 years ago when the Drcd Scott decision of the court was reversed. The amendment would protect human life at all stages. Bills legalizing euthanasia have been introduced in legislatures of eight slates. Nebraska University Sets Up Quake Unit Neb. (AP) Far from Ihe regions most frequent- ly jolted by earthquakes, the University of Nebraska is set- ting up a seismograph. The university expects to become a part of a worldwide network of seismograph slalions that lo- cales and measures Uie inten- sity of earthquakes around the globe. Nebraska has actually bad several slight earthquakes in this century, triggered large- ly by a Ncmaha county fault. Pianists Marc Taslitt and Dr. 0. II. Pro of the Coc college music faculty will give their first four-hand piano coijccrt at p.m. Tuesday in Daehlcr- Kitchin auditorium. Taslitt, who has been on the Coc faculty since Scplembcr, 1971, is the winner of such major awards as the Lima Sym- phony Orchestra Young Artists competition in 19CG, the Cleve- land Institute of Music Solo competition in 1905 and Cancer- competition in 1985, and the Arthur Ijoesscr Scholarship in 'iano in 1965. At the age of 21, he received his master of music degree cum laude from Indiana university, where he was the student of Menahcm Prcsslcr, pianist of the Rcaux Arts Trio. Taslitt played more than 350 concerts as an artist-in West Bend Humidifier 54.95 speed........64.95 deluxe........99.95 24.95 Automatically puts back the freshness winter heating drains away. "Water wheel" moisturizing action effec- tively humidifies up to 2500 sq. ft. No pump to worry about, no noise, the perfect answer to home humidi- ficalion. Housewares, Downtown and Lindale Plaza Kiiliarts Killian's Missy Three-Piece Weekender Polyester knit ensemble that's machine wash and drya- dryablo. Pastel shades of blue, pink or lilac to choose from. Ensemble includes a jacket, slacks and a 6-gored skirl. Missy sizes 10 through 18. Phone orders wel- come! Downstairs Budget Storo and Lindale Budget Shop THE KILLIAN COMPANY, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52406 'Jean joyca, Personal Shoppon Please lend mo lite following oulfili nl 17.99 plus stale salos lax and 65c lo cover postage and handling. Slie 1 si Color 2nd Color Price Ton 65c Handling Total Name.........................................................................D Charoe C.O.D. 4-Hand Piano Concert Tuesday by Coe Faculty The Cpilar Kapiik Gazelle: Sun., Jan. 20, 197J residence for the state of Kansas before he came to Coc. lie lias also performed with the Parma Philharmonic, Mansfield Symphony orchestra, Symphony orchestra, Newton, Mid-Kansas orchestra, Cedar Rapids Symphony and Wichita Chamber Symphony. Pro holds a master's from Ihe University of Illinois and a doc- lorate degree in music from the University of Missouri-Kansas City, lie has been on the COP faculty since lasl fa i'ro has studied with John Perry, Hober! Ward, Hie-hard Keber and l-aurel E. Anderson, addition to work at the Sum- mer Organ institute in Frei- burg, Germany, in Tuesday's concert will feature "Sonata in li tlal Major" by Mozart; "Three I'ieccs in the I .Shape of a Pear" by .Salic; "Pc-i tile Suite" by Debussy; and! "Scaramoudie for Two Pianos" by Milhaud. The concert is open to the j public without charge Electronic Device Will End Need for Applause KANSAS CITY (AP) An [have three buttons at his seal. electronic device conventioneers to lei speech- makers know whether their talks were "in- teresting" or "deadly dull." Each listener in one room of These billions will enable them to flash lights on the -speaker's podium. Tile device; eliminates need for applause. The Multimedia Forum, which will open nexl year, is in Crown Killian's Lindale Plaza, Cedar Rapids and Mall Shopping Center, Iowa City OPEN SUNDAY the Multimedia Forum here wiUJCily. Center, a RIGHT-ON" one hairpiece with many looks! ONE WEEK SPECIAL 6.98 Regularly 7.98 Brush it Shake it Fluff it A clever hairpiece that switches your looks with a single twist. The wire base-lets'you bend it easily to create qny'style. Made of easy care. modacrylic the_ realest fiber. Tiny loops at each end holds bobby pins. 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