Cedar Rapids Gazette, February 7, 1974, Page 10

Cedar Rapids Gazette

February 07, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - February 7, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa IO The Cedar Rapids (iazetie: Thills., I eh. 7. 1071 Pittsburgh Orchestra Chamber The Pittsburgh Symphony Chamber orchestra will appear in concert at Coe college's Sinclair auditorium Monday evening as the third attraction in the current series of Cedar Hapids Community Concerts. The orchestra will play under the direction of Donald Johanos, a native of Cedar Rapids. Dr. Johanos was graduated from Roosevelt high school in 1946 He studied conducting under Eugene Ormandy, Edvard van Beinum, (leorge Szell and Otto Klemperer. He conducted in Altoona and Johnstown, Pa., and joined the Dallas Symphony orchestra in 1957 as associate conductor. In 1961 he was appointed resident conductor there and in 1962 became the music director, remaining in Dallas until 1970. He has appeared as guest conductor with the Philadelphia orchestra, the Concertgebouw In Amsterdam, the Minnesota orchestra as well as many others. Monday evening the orchestra will play the Bartok "Divertimento’’ for string orchestra; the ‘‘Concerto in A minor” for “cello by Saint-Saens, with Michael Grebanicr as soloist; the "Le Tombcau de Couperin” suite by Ravel, and the Haydn "Symphony in E flat major” No. 99. Curtain time will be at 8:15 and the doors will be open at 7:15. Admission is by season membership card only. * * * The public is invited to a reception honoring Dr. Johanos following the Monday evening concert. Dr. Johanos, a former student at Coe college, received an honorary doctor of line arts award from Coe in 1962. He is the son of Mrs. G. H Johanos, 1301 F avenue MV. The recep-tgm will be given in Sinclair art galleries. Group Concert Monday Antibiotic Use Aids, Hurts Battle on Lung Disease ll> Ann Schrader    Mn* shown in pneumonia where "Antibiotics    urn pushing    a    Int    biU;‘eria reduce* air exchange ...    in the canals and emphysema, a of people into (developing) inop degl,nerativ(, ,Ust.aVe , which endive lung cancer and other causes the lung to lo.se its vias-diseases,’’ Dr. Montague deity, Dr. Lawrence explained. Lawrence,    a local    thoracic stir-    "A    person    will    think    he’s geon, said Wednesday at the doinK fine but lie wonders why YWCA Health Awareness lim he so short of breath," he cheon    sa*d of the first symptom of Dr. Lawrence made the re many respiratory diseases mark in relation to many people ‘‘Th<*n » <’0,,Kh develops. The and doctors who ignore possible cM'a lining the bronchial tubes respiratory disease symptoms wave and push foreign material by turning to antibiotics instead t° trachea and a person of chest X rays.    coughs,” Dr. Lawrence said. .    *    Other    symptoms    of    respira- Although more ^inoperative ( diseases are the increase of cancer and emphysema sui-- Sp[j,um_ fever, coughing blood geries are being performed ,|nd    wc, hl and appetite. now, tie noted, antibiotics [)r Lawrence suggested that have tell toward the diminish- ns ovcr 45 ye,„ shouW mg af tuberculosis, pneumonia have a ches, x ray every six and other lung    infectious.    months The first    "curable"    lung    Dr. Robert Barry will present! cancer surgery was performed in 1933 but it wasn’t until 1945 that lung diseases    were beginning to be    treated    by surgery, he explained. "The lung is enclosed in a cage which has an atmospheric sac," Dr. Lawrence said. "The lungs have to be kept inflated for doctors to operate."    SEATTLE,    Wash. (UPI) To better understand the na- (]ee Gee’s restaurant is popular tine ut icspiratory diseases, Di. wj^ truckers but the cashier,! Lawrence briefly described the ,, u .. fU. respiratory system.    Mrs Bet' Mcyers' wishe8 ,hey! a film and lecture on "Venereal Disease" at the next YWCA Health Awareness luncheon; Wednesday noon. Casual And Classy This casual, airy two-piece dress in navy cotton voile flecked with white and top stitched in contrasting white thread will be the envy of many this spring. This one was designed by Albert Nipon and manufactured by Eleanor Lambert, Inc., New York. Cashier Is Tired Of Trucks—Inside Bridge could keep their trucks outside Twice in less than 14 months, heavily loaded trucks have Bob's Club Club championship winners in a Mitchell movement game slipped their brakes and eome Pla>'cd Wednesday at 7:30 at the “First, there is the epiglottis. a flap of skin or trap door at the back of the mouth, which separates swallowing from breathing.’’    he said.    crashing into the cafe down an!    YWCA were:    North-south The    trachea    or    windpipe    runs    incline.    Mrs. K.V. Harrington and Joe from    the mouth    to    where    it    The last such mishap Monday    Verbick, first,    and Mrs George; caught Mrs. Meyers and three    J#nUnj and    Norman Pfister, truck drivers as they were drinking coffee. State troopers    cas,-west    ~ Mrs «<*<* said it took customers 20 min-1 McCray and Keith Hanson, first, utes to free her. She suffered and Linda Savold and Dr. Beth cuts and bruises and damage to Hatch, second. Overall winners Chiffon Float In silk chiffon, two multi-colored striped dresses tor spring evenings, give one a floating feeling The long dresses are from the Oscar de la Renta collection. One is cinched with a belt. The other is a caftan. divides into the three-Iobed right lung and the two-lobed left lung. From there the main bronchial tubes extend out to I the air sacs, Dr. Lawrence explained. "The air sacs are surrounded lbC(|fl0bU,idin8 Was CS,ima,ed were: Mrs. McCray and Mr. by vascular channels or canals * :.We,    Hanson, first, and Mrs. Harking- and this is where the    h    b    y Donald Johanos, conductor is wnere toe air is i XI hanged, he said- Anything .j    bulkhead    The    next    scheduled    game winch interferes with this ex-    * change is a disease." that part of the coffee shop 10,1 and Mr. Verbick, second. will Society for Women Features up there," vowed Mrs. Norma be played Saturday at 12:30 at Gee, who operates the restau- (l ywca Examples of this interference rant with her husband. IV He To Oppose Michigan Woman Wins Ex-Husband *'    Lo,,ery SAGINAW. Mich. (AP) - FRANKFORT. Ky. (AP "We've got to worry about in- Blairstown Couple open holse planned Note 50th Anniversay K0R edward RANSEohds BLAIRSTOWN - Mr. and The silver wedding annuent Mrs. Earl Kink celebrated their 50th wedding Wednesday with The former wile ot I.S. hep. V*. come tax now -’ Ruth E. Gene Snyder says she plans lo CuUcr a[Ier she was named oppose her ex-husband in the May Republican primary. Louise Snyder Douglas was divorced from Rep. Snyder last ry of Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. anniversary ^ans^ord W*N be observed Sun- February. They had been mar- f ii ’    day with a reception    and    open    r‘ed ^2 years and have a    13- a family din- *    *    year-old son. Mark. ner. The event took place Sun- 1,Jlise trc,rr “ 0 ’ ‘un a "I have contemplated doing day at    Carnforth Inn    in Victor.    their    home at    Thirteenth    tbis for    a |on{, time,” Mrs. The    Kings have    two sons,    street< Mancn    Hosts Wl,!    be    Douglas    said. "I think people Glenn    of Blairstown    and Roy of    their    children.    Carl, Ron.    Don    need to    know about candidates Cedar    Rapids and    two daugh-    and    Margie    Elaine, ail    of    ®nd know who they are \otmgj tors Mrs. Robert Schulze. Blair- Marion Mr Hansford and the Jr 1 ,}ljn t0 SP (,,ut at)0Vt stnun tinh Mrc in<;nnh Rilpv    ”    honor and integrity and morali- stown, and Mrs. Joseph Kilty, former Dorothy E Windsor ex- tv” Cedar Rapids. There are ll .    .    .    ,,    , ,,    »*    ,    .    ,    . grandchildren and one great-    chaneed ™rrla*e    vows    K'b    «•    „ Mrs, ^“8*“ married    the grandchild. Mr King and the    IM* in Anamosa.    Rev. John E Douglas last    No- former Marie Smith were mar-    _____________ ____________' ember in Baltimore, Md. ried Feb 6. 1924, in Marengo. Michigan’s ninth millionaire lottery winner. T h e 54-year-old cosmetic saleswoman and school bus driver from West Unity, Ohio, was selected from among 120 finalists Tuesday night. Energy Nibbler Add a few semi-sweet chocolate pieces to almond granola for an energy-packed nibbler. 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SE Mail Orders (unfinted only) ADD 60c postage Sorry, No C.O.D. s Valentine's Day Thursday, Feb. 14 UN HOUSE GIFTS Lindale Plaza KIRUN’S WEEK-END SPECIAL Valentine, your heart s in the right place: Zales! a Sterling silver puffer) heart, matching 18' rope chain, $8 95. b Pierr ed earrings. 14 karat gold posts, /our choice %2 99 pair c Men's I D bracelet, contemporary style, suitable for engraving. $11 95 /alf Ni , '.(tig Cbargf • /a •*    '    • /’ "    '    a'ii' Hd' KAmencard • Master Charge Ament dn J Apres' •    C    db    •    I    a,a*a/ Lindale Plaza 393-8914 CASHEW TREATS Regular $2.50 lh. O 41 C Q SPECIAL. . . |b. 1 Delicious jumbo cashews rolled in soft caramel and dipped in smooth Swiss chocolate. HALLMARK VALENTINES AND PARTY SUPPLIES VALENTINE PARTY CANDIES YOLK CONVENIENT HALLMARK STOKE MON. THRU FRI. 9:30-9 SAT. 9:30-6; SUN. 12-5 \ & k ♦ Mr * Fresh Cut Roses, Iris, Carnations, Daffodils, Mums, Sweetheart Roses. Corsages — Centerpieces - Table Arrangements _ Permanent Spring Arrangements. * FREE DELIVERY * SEND FLOWERS BY WIRE 4-SEASON’S FLORIST & 31 st & Mf. Vernon Rd. SE.    Phono    363-5885 ;

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