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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 20, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 4A Thp £edar Rapids Gazette: Sun., Jan. 20, 1074 v r-" s< ^ $'*'}«yyK<;y.?y,♦.»•** >' ►•>■• •* a- ' X'JX Xv.svX X :' \ v x^NusXi-Nviii^ It's Your Business! Meetings this week of public, tax-spending agencies Monday 2 p.m. — Water works board. Mayor’s office, city hall. 3 p.m. — Linn supervisors. Informal session. Room 103, courthouse. 7:30 p.m. — Linn county board of health. Conference room, health department, 751 Center Point road NK. 7:30 p.m. — Joint board of education of Benton, Cedar, Jow r a, Johnson, Linn and Washington counties. Meeting at 114 Second avenue, Coralville. Tuesday 8:30 a.m. — Cedar Rapids city council. Informal meeting. Fourth floor council chambers, city hall. IO a.m. — Linn supervisors. Open session. Room 103, courthouse. 3 p.m. — Zoning committee of the city planning commission. Fourth floor council chambers, city hall. 7:30 p.m. >— College Community schools board of education. Prairie high school library. Wednesday 9 a.m. — Cedar Rapids city council. Regular meeting. Fourth floor council chambers, city hail. 11:30 a.m. — Regional review panel. Regular meeting. Lower level conference room, Linn Health center, 400 Third avenue SE. 1:30 p.m. — City planning commission. Fourth floor, council chambers, city hall. 2:30 p.m. I— Library’ board. Conference room, downtown library’. Thursday 9 a.m. — Economic and population forecasts technical advisory committee. Fourth floor, council chambers, city hall. Friday ll a.m. •— Cedar Rapids urban renewal board. Sixth floor, conference room, city hall. 1:30 p.m. — Linn county board of social services. Regular meeting. Linn department of social services, 400 Third avenue SE. Showings for Cancer Films A new American Cancer society film for women will have three showings in Cedar Rapids this week. The film, “Breast Cancer: Where We Are”, is a successor to “Breast Self-Examination”, which was one of the ACS’ earliest films and which has continued through the years to be one of the most widely shown films at cancer education programs. The new film, together with Workshop on Disorders Set Friday, Saturday A workshop on children with behavioral disorders will be held Friday evening and Saturday at the Roosevelt hotel. The workshop Is sponsored by the Iowa State Education Assn. department of special education and will begin at 7 p.m. Friday with a social hour and a session on practical techniques for educators. Saturday’s sessions beginning at 9 a m. will include emotional disturbance and learning disability, manipulation of classroom environments, management techniques for regular classroom teachers and a status report on children with behavioral disorders. Registration fee is $6. Anyone wishing to learn more about behavioral disorders is invited. For more information, contact Mrs. Yvonne Chadek, Mentzer elementary school in Marion, or call 895-6053 toll free in the evenings. “On with Your Life”, will be shown Wednesday noon at the YWCA “Awareness Luncheon”, one in a series of health programs. Mrs. James G. Miller, a member of the Linn County Cancer society speaker’s bureau, will be on hand to answer questions. Second showing of the new film will be Thursday at 1:30 and 3 p.m. programs for employes of the Linn County Health center. Mrs. James Owen, cancer society education chairman, will conduct the programs. A series of four programs, two for women and two for men, will be presented Friday morning for employes of Mor-America Financial sendees. In addition to the new film for the women's meetings, the programs will include “On with Your Life”, “For a Wonderful Life” and “The Time To Stop Is Now”, a film about smoking. A variety of films of various lengths are available without charge through the Linn county chapter of the American Cancer society. Organizational program chairmen and employers interested in scheduling films are invited to call the chapter office in the Margaret and Howard Hall Radiation center, 365-5241. Silver Lining During the silver mining strike j at Treasure City, Nev., in the 1870s, two miners built a house from rocks picked up at their claim. Later, when their mine; gave out, the two “mined” their home for $75,000 in silver. SUNDAY BUFFET Take it easy on Sunday and join us for dinner after church. $2.75 also children s portions SERVING FROM 11:30*3 P.M. LONGBRANCH SPREAD 90 Twixt Town Rood NE 377-6386 Here s a way you can save some money... earn some money: —protect your New Car or near-new used car from RUST! Call Pilcher! This amazing new product has been tested and proven on thousands of vehicles under hard use—in all climates. 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ARMSTRONG MEN’S CLOTHING-THIRD FLOOR Final Clearance on SAVE VV TO Final January clearance of Warner, Maidenform, Gossard, Olga and Vassarette foundations. Buy now while selection lasts! I SMOOTHIE CONTROL GARMENTS Table of Control garments from Smoothie. Zippered girdles, panty girdles and all-in-ones. Sizes and styles are limited, hurry for best selection. ARMSTRONG FOUNDATIONS-SECOND FLOOR mmmmmmmmmmmm i moms ; 3 M&wm. Famous Name ■ II I Entire Stock Children’s Outerwear Men’s I b ess Shirts Ro;.'. SH.OO lo 18.50 SA VK rim* \ allies from S18.0(1 to .S 10.00 Our entire stock of winter outerwear is reduced to clear. A p variety of styles and colors in snow suits, jackets and coats. Shop early for best selection of these sizes: Infant boys and girls, toddler boys and girls, boys 4 to 7, girls 4 to 14 and preteen 8 to 14. ARMSTRONG CHILDREN S STORE-THIRD FLOOR wmr*. - •v ^ rn .. ■; mmm. mmmu % Fur Clearance January Clearance prices on quality, beautifully styled furs. 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