Cedar Rapids Gazette, January 27, 1974, Page 7

Cedar Rapids Gazette

January 27, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 27, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sun., Jan. 27, 197J Dear Genie: Editor's Note: "Dear Genie" is prepared under the auspices of the Linn County Heritage society. Questions should have an Iowa connection, must be fccpt to a 50- word limit and clearly printed or typed. They will ba published on a space-available basis. They should be sent directly to Dear Genie, P.O. Bo.v 175, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 52406. Names and addresses must be included because readers who can help will send answers directly to the questioner. Dear Genie, Would like to correspond with descendants of Archibald and Sarah Gilliand who came to Clear Creek township, John- son county, Iowa, in 1840. Children: James, Andrew, Freeman, Mrs, Ettie Brown, Mrs. Millie Colany, Mrs. Eleanor Colanv, Samuel, Artevelia, and my ancestor, Mrs. Sarah Brigham. Mrs. Darel Bargar, 3G3 Thirtieth street drive SE, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 52403. Need Information on Christian Ichl and wife, Kale family and where buried. He and his brother, John, born 1844, who was five years old at the time they came with parents, Christian and Mary Heintz lehl, from Alsace Lorraine, France. Christian and John served in the Civil war. Lyle Ichl, Newell, Iowa, 50568. Working on Ford-Able family of Linn county, Iowa. Enos J. Ford, born 1843, Massachusetts, died 1905 at Alice, Iowa. Married 1864 at Andrew, Iowa, to Mary S. Able. Can anyone help locate pictures of these two, my great-grandparents? Mrs. Raymond W. Bostcdt, 4915 Greenleaf lane, South Bend, Ind., 46619. Want information on steamboat captain David Rudd and wife Amy Hicks Rudd and family Keokuk, Lee county, Iowa 1860. Also, want to hear from all descendants of Lt. Jonathan Rudd, 1647. Rudd family genealogy. Mrs. Darwin Rudd, 1 South 516 Leahy Rd., Villa Park, 111., 60181. Seek descendants of these Scott county residents: Anna StruvB Goettsch, late 1800s in Davenport, daughter of Peter Nicholas Struve; Bernhard and Emma Struve Kistenmacher, married Scott county 1890; Henry and Amalie Struve Nelson, married Davenport 1891. Miss Janet K. Pease, 10310 West Sixty-second Place 102, Arvada, Colo., 80004. Wish to correspond with descendants of Robert J. Lane, born about 1841, Indiana, son of Joseph and Mary Lane. Mar- ried Elizabeth born about 1850 in Kentucky. Their known children were Augusta, Matilda, Marian, Harriet, Alonzo and George.' Lived in Polk township, Bremer county, 1856-1880. May have moved to California. Faye Renner Glessner, 2523 Franklin avenue NE, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 52402. Disaster Cooperation Sef By Salvation Army, CAP An agreement of mutual co- operation in 'disaster relief ef- forts has been reached between the Salvation Army 'and the Civil Air Patrol. Major Eugene Adney of the Cedar Rapids Army Corps cen- ter said Saturday that the agreement' will be -in effect across the nation with local Ar- my centers and CAP units work- ing out arrangements for joint cooperation in cases of emerg- encies or disasters. In brief, Major Adney ex- plained, the mutual pledge of cooperation covers two points: I. Civil Ah- Patrol will pro- vide communications assistr 5 from YMCA Staffs Attend D.M. Meeting Five members of the Cedar Rapids and Marion YMCA staffs will be in Des Moines this week for a four-day course pre- sented by the American Man- agement Assn. on standards of accounting and reporting for volunteer organizations. Attending will be Maurice Wil- son, executive director of the YMCA of the Metropolitan Ce- dar Rapids-Marion area; Bill Ching, executive director of the Marion branch; Chet Casali, ex- ecutive director of the Central branch; Al McDonald, program director at Central; and Dwight Belknap, director of Camp Wap- sie-Y. Instructors for the course will Include James Springer, former Y executive here who is now executive director of the YMCA of Reno, Nev. ance, ground and air transpor- tation and [personnel to support relief efforts requested by the Salvation Army during an emergency. 2. Salvation Army will assist as requested when the CAP is engaged in 'air Search and Ires- cue operations or other disas- ter activities in remote or dev- astated areas. The CAP provides about 80 percent of lall the flying hours expended in aerial search oper- ations in the U.S. Major !Adney said the mutual assistance agreement "to insure fast, effective aid in all types of emergencies" has been un- der discussion for some time. It was formalized in an agreement signed by Commissioner Paul J. Carlson, national Salvation Army commander; Air force Brig. Gen. Leslie J. Westberg, national CAP commander; and CAP Brig. Gen. William Pat- terson, national chairman. Umbria Wants Water In Waterfall Sundays PERUGIA, Italy (UPI) Energy crisis or not, the people of Umbria want water in their waterfall on Sundays. Fabio Fiorelli, president of the Umbria regional council, wrote the National Electricity agency protesting a plan to use water from the river Velino all week round for electricity production. The water is now used on week- days but channeled back on Sundays into the river bed and the scenic Marmore waterfall. off on all Unfinished Now in stock in our store' You'll enjoy putting some of yourself Into making a beautiful piece of unfinished Furniture from our big selection, Already completely assembled...pre-sand- ed...sturdily constructed to last ready for you to finish as you wish to bring out its natural beautiful finish. And, at this price you can afford several pieces! Como In early! And, while you're here, browse around. You'll find wonderful ideas for decorating, crafts, hobbles and artists materials. 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