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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - February 4, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                g The Cedar Jtapitls Gazelle: Jlon., Feb. 1071 Society for Women Features Beaux Arh Winners "Arabian big complete with oil company insignia, are pictured at left following their winning of the best group award at tha Beaux Arts ball Saturday at the Roosevelt hotel. Kneeling, from left, are Mrs. Horace Hedges, 2131 Linden drive SE; Mrs. Barnes O'Donnell, 2345 Linden drive, and Mrs. Richard Novetzke, 2326 Blake boulevard SE. Standing, from left, are Mr. O'Donnell, Mr. Novehke, and Mr. Hedges. Woman Seeks Presidency And Socialism in Colombia Prioios by John Mcivor Napoleon and Ann'o Ofskiey, a rather uniiKeiy couple, arc shown above as best pa'- winners aJ the Ceaux Arh ball. They are Mrs. Carbara DIKDH as Napoleon and her Mrs. Srevons as An.iie dililey. Both are of 314 Nassau sfroet SE. Best s.ngie was Mrs. Tom Leuuhn cama e; Wonder Woman. REDLANDS, Calif. (AP) "I did calisthenics, situps, pushups and jogged almost all says a 17-year-old blind girl of her night alone in the snow-covered San Bernar- dino mountains. Cheryl Anne Beem of Ana- heim, Calif., wandered away from a group of blind teen- agers Saturday during a weekend camping trip spori- t sored by the Braille Institute of Los Angeles and Orange counties. She spent the night at the level of the moun- tains, where the temperature dropped to 26 degrees. She was wearing a cap, sweater and light slacks when she walked out of the wilderness on her own Sunday. Authorities said Cheryl was in good spirits and appeared in good health after being found by Max Howell, 12, of Fountain Valley. He led her the final mile to camp Os- ceola, a YMCA camp where he had been staying. The camp is about five miles from the spot she left Saturday. Chickie Mclntosh, a director at the camp, said she knew the girl was healthy she smiled and said: "I think my teeth are finally unfreezing." "I wasn't Cheryl later joked with searchers. "I knew where I was but several other people didn't know." More than 50 sheriff's deputies and volunteers had been looking for her. Peripheral Vision Cheryl, who has been legal- ly blind for two years, has pe- ripheral vision that enables her to see things to the side, but not driectly in front of her. "She could have walked to- ward a cliff there are a lot 'of them around there and not know whether it was six feet or GO feet said a Football sheriff's spokesman, referring herself with tree branches, she said. Cheryl said she once heard and saw one of the two heli- copters searching for her. But she was not noticed even though she waved and carved SOS into the snow, filling the letters with dirt and leaves for visibility. "I began to get angry be- cause I was afraid I was going to miss my English class on Monday." Cheryl is a B-plus student at Anaheim high school. Doctor Counts The Blessings of NEW YORK Dr. Frank S. Caprio, noted psychiatrist and) author, recently wrote in the National Enquirer that watching TV football is not only good for your husband's mental and emc- tional health, it's also good for to for lack of depth percep- tion. "I wandered most of yester- day before I realized I was Cheryl said. "I picked a location and just stayed there." She said that when she tired what ails your marriage. j of exercising to keep warm in A heated game is one of the! the subfreezing temperatures, few legitimate opportunities! she found a rope and coiled it your husband has for blowing on the snow. Then she covered off bottled-up emotional steam that he's been holding in all week. Failing this and similar outlets, he's likely to turn on his wife and children in what psy- chiatrists refer to as the "kick- ing the dog" syndrome. Rooting for the "good cursing the opposition and agonizing over Youth for Christ Plans A Women's Coffee referees' decisions make him easier to live with the rest of the week, since he has vi- cariously released his real frus- trations. Youth for will give a Christ members women's coffee Thursday morning at at Cedar Hills Evangelical Free church. Featured will be the WircDholo David Eocr.i h-jgs blin-J daughter, Cheryl Ann, after she was rescued Sunday in the San Bernardino, Calif, na- tional fcresl. Cheryl missing for more than a day after being los; en an nutlng. The 17-year-old girl said she spent most of t'ne nichv walling 3rd doing exercises to keep warm after temperature! t'ropTod to 26 degrees. Bridge West Side Club ORGANISTS GUILD MEETING IS TUESDAY "The Organ and Instru- a lecture-demonstra- !tion will be girven by Mrs. A. Winners of the Mitchel move-JE. stodola, organist; Eleanor ment played at Welly-Way Sun-iand Kevin Kosek, violinists; day were: North-south Keith j James Jenkins and Bud Zensen, Bean and Julia McNair, first, ,Pam Mliler' trumPet- anu Pauline lacomo and Dean and Mrs- Howard Wilfong and Mrs. F. G.'Jchnson, second; Karns, alto recorder, at the meeting Tuesday of the River east-west, Leroy Weiscr and [Valley chapter of the American Dick Nassif, first, and Mrs. George Jenkins and Mrs. Nate Frink, second. The next game will be played Thursday at at Welty-Way. Marion Club Winners in a Mitchell move- ment game played Saturday at the YWCA were: North-south Mr. and Mrs. Royce McCray, first, and Tait Cummins and Jlyde Nowlin, second; east-west Mrs. Vernon Hendryx and Mrs. James Hodges, first, and Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Elsenbast, second. The next scheduled unit Guild of Organists. The event will take place at First Congre- gational church. All interested church musicians arc invited. game is Wednesday at at the YWCA. A novice game will be played at 1 o'clock Thursday at Noelridge Park Christian wi church. Open to any player. MISS DIANNE JONES FETED AT SHOWER ..Miss Dianne Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Jones of 159 Crestridge drive NW. was wnored with a bridal shower Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock, fifteen guests attended at the lome of the hostess, Mrs. Terry Kuda, 3316 First avenue NW. VIrs. Andrew Pettit was co- lostess for the occasion. Miss Jones and Kim Kuda, son of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Kuda, 2107 Williams boulevard SW, will ex- change nuptial vows Feb. Hi. BRIDAL SHOWER HONORS MISS GINA SEIFERT A miscellaneous bridal shower given Sunday afternoon at the Farmers State bank in Hia- watha for Miss Gina Seifert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray- mond Seifert, 1619 Texas avenue NE. Hostesses to the 32 guests were the Mmes. Don Auman and Russell Kauffman. Miss Seifert will be married March 2 to Gary Auman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Auman, route two, Cedar Rapids. Jefferson high school Campus Life club under the direction of Bob Shaffer. Staff reports will :be given and a slide prcsenta- 'lion on Campus Life magazine Although your husband not be very good company while i TV, he's watching TV football, at ThRc rcvon' ls tho Pub; least he's not spending wl kbe money another common f baby s.tlmg will be provid- source of marital strife. In of chargo m lhc church lion, he's available if a _____ crisis demands his help. 1 Emotions, like muscles, necd( Splitting Tip to be stretched and used. The! Ycl1 car, split blanched al-! ability to express a variety of'mont's perfect halves .more) emotions is what makes if "'-Y are warm. "feeling" individuals. A husband who can air a vari- ety of emotions during the weekly football games will come closer lo matching his wife's own emotional involve- ment in life. Network executives know what they're doing when they drop the soap opera for the pigskin on weekends. DR. CRAVEN DEMTIST PRACTICE UMIIED TO DENTURE WORK 113 lit Ave. SE, Cednr to. Moirei Mason City Sioux City _ BVH a a a aa B a V D b Va Q YOUR DESIGN UNTIL THI TIME YOU APPLY IT ON THE WALL You'll be doing it right with VINYL COATED FABRIC WALL COVERINGS You'll be doing it right because Sanilas and Wallclad Vinyl Wallcoverings are beautiful, durable, scrubbable and economical. You can have dirlstain-fade and water resistant Sanifas-Wallclad on your walls for as little as a roll. Conpanion fabrics are available with many designs. Visit our showroom and see the many new patterns, and foils for every room in your home. LET OUR EXPERTS HELP YOU WITH YOUR SELECTIONS FROM THE BEAUTIFUL SANITAS COLLECTION. center LINDALE PLAZA Phone 393-4016 Hours: Mon-Frl. 9 a.m. 9 p.m. Sat. 9 a.m. p.n _ A Division of MORRIS INDUSTRIES, INC. MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER HONORS DEBBIE BEAMAN ..Miss Debbie Beaman, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Geralc Beaman, 1542 Thirty-fourth street NE, was honored at a miscellaneous bridal showei Saturday evening given by Mrs. Ray Olson, 112 Clover drive SW. Thirty guests shared the cour- tesy. Miss Beaman is the Feb. 23 bride-elect of Jim Feight, son of Mr. and Mrs. Farol Feight, 2451 Eighth avenue SW. Beaute Salon Personalized Make-up with Instruction Procedure Chart Creative Hair Styling Coloring Hair Straightening Body Permanents Our Specialty Boys' Hairstyling Your Full Service Salon 112 29th Street NE A By Alan Hiding BOGOTA. Colombia In just a few weeks of cam- paigning Senator Maria Eu- genia Hojiis de Moreno has succeeded in shaking (lie can- didates of the traditional lib- eral and conservative parlies in a bid for the presidency in Colombia. Part of the dynamic 40- ycar-old's appeal reflects the popularity of her father, (.'en. Gustavo Rojas Pinilla, who was president of Colombia be- tween 1953 and 1957. Gen. Pin- ilia came close to winning tiie presidency back after a wildly demagogic campaign in 1970. But Maria Eugenia who has been active in polities for 15 years is also popular in her own right and has been dubbed "captain of the peo- ple" by her supporters among urban poor. Her style is una- shamedly populist. But her aim is to bring socialism lo Colombia. Voters Will Choose Even without Maria Eugen- ia's participation, Colombia is reaching a political crossroads in the April 21 elections. For the first time in 24 years voters will also be able to choose between liberal and conservative candidates. During the late 1940s and early 1950s the historical ri- valry between the liberals and conservatives erupted in a civil war in which upwards of people were killed. Then in 1953, Gen. Rojas seized power in a coup d'etat and managed to re-establish some semblance of order: Worried by the likely per- petuation of the military re- gime, the liberals and conser- vatives formed a "national front" agreement under which the presidency alternated be- tween the two parties during four four-year terms between 1958 and 1974. This agreement expires next year and the par- tics have each nominated sep- arate candidates for the presi- dency. While the national front did bring political stability and economic growth to the country, it excluded the elec- torate from participation in public life. In the 1958, 1962 and 1966 elections, with only one serious candidate seeking the presidency, absentionism and frustration grew. ANAPO Challenge In 1970, the picture changed dramatically when Rojas threw down a direct challenge to the national front and ran for office on the ticket of the National Popular Alliance (ANAPO) party. Seeking out the poor and promising the impossible, the Rojas cam- paign caught fire and most Colombians now believe that he actually won the elections but.was the victim of ballot fraud. ..For this year's election, the liberals chose Dr. Alfonso Ixipex Miclielsen, a 60-year- old former foreign minister whose father was president twice. sees himself as pro- gressive and has promised a more energetic agrarian rc- furm program, hut his policies would probably vary tittle from those of the national front governments. The conservative candidate is 54-year-old Alvaro Gomez Hiirlatio, an openly rightwins politician whose father was also president. He favors the Brazilian model of develop- ment with rapid economic growth hut few social benefits. But since the liberals and conservatives have been in of- fice without interruption since 1958, it is difficult for (hem lo repudiate many of (he un- popular aspects of the na- tional front. "Personal" Campaign Widespread disenchantment with the traditional parlies offers Maria Eugenia her chance of emerging victorious in a three-way split of votes. Supported fully by her 74- year-old father who felt he was too old to run again, Maria Eugenia hopes to at- tract the votes of the millions of Colombians who normally abstain in elections. Because ANAPO lacks money for an intensive radio and television campaign, Maria Eugenia will he forced to travel to the smallest towns to seek support. But this "per- sonal touch" may win her many additional votes. Her platform is vague, talk- ing in general terms of agrarian reform, national- ization and worker benefits. But her campaign is directed clearly at the urban poor of Colombia's large cities. It is not known how the country's male voters will react to the prospect of a female president. The prob- lem of "machismo" (male chauvinism) exists in Colom- bia as it does elsewhere in Latin America. 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