Cedar Rapids Gazette, March 10, 1974, Page 4

Cedar Rapids Gazette

March 10, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - March 10, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa TMF MI0-AMFO1CA BtCf NTENNiAl COMMISSION WFltOMf^ von TO CEDAR RAPIDS . IOWA VWEtCOM* Kit* Ai* rWHKr*BVM' *A *>* iv!    SH At OW    BIF. MVF N DO !    S'"!    VALKOMMtN ^•k"    ''    • OLN* VENUtfc UN.AKAUKWA VI TAM P SIF NVE; f»t;    Opp WiUKOV^aN PC WK A' NA Gazette Photo bv John AAclvor Our Dodge Sportsman wagons are America’s Number One best seller. It’s easy to see why Sportsman wagons outsell all the American-built competition. Sportsman wagons look good, ride well, come with power front disc brakes and Electronic Ignition, and have our great Dodge Boy Deals. WE’VE GOT ALL-NEW DODGE KARY VANS ... READY TO ROLL. lf you need a delivery truck right now, we’ve got it! All-new medium duty trucks with the van body already attached. There are lots of models to choose from with lots of new features. Come and see them, now. SEE TNE DODGE BOYS FOR GREAT BUYS IN USED TRUCKS, TOD! Dodge CMRV»U* AUTHORIZED DL ALERS Corner Second Avenue and 8th Street SE Phone 363-3521 handlers *THE DODGE BOYS DODGE • SUBARU « IMPERIAL • CHRYSLER The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sun.. Mar. IO. 1974 Camp Good Health Welcome Regardless of where they come from, visitors arriving at the Cedar Rapids Municipal airport literally will find a "Welcome' in their native tongue. A sign proclaiming "Welcome," in 16 languages, has been erected in the baggage area. It was prepared by the Mid-America Bicentennial commission in connection with its project to 'Invite the World To Visit Mid-America in 1976". The "Welcomes" include not only the more widely used languages such as Spanish, French and German but also include Arabic, Indian, Hebrew, Chinese and Russian. Also included, of course, is Czech. Preparation of the sign actually took several weeks with Robert M. L. Johnson, the commission's project director, searching out language authorities in the community, at colleges and embassies. It even took some letters abroad for confirmation. "Part of the problem," Johnson said, "was that we wanted every one to say the same thing, 'Welcome,' not 'You are welcome,' 'Glad you are here,' 'Be welcome,' or other variations. And it's amazing what a difference one little curlycue. mark or letter can make!" Previously reported S In memory of Mrs. \nthony He So ii > ;i from Midland Forge, lur. John E. Stansbury, Ventura, Calif. In memory of Edith B. Meyer from neighbors in The Cedars apartments Iii loving memory of C. B. In memory of Mrs, (ins Schrader from Midland Forge, Inc. In memory of Diane Barnhizer from FA. i s.i Local 191 In memory of Lucille Krumholz from employes and patrons of Roosevelt hotel In memory of my wife. Alflocy, from Tom In memory of Tamar B orgenson from friends In memory of Ray I.. Dunn from Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Skal-sky, I ly In memory of Bernice Essig from Donna and Herm Nordstrom. Balti m o r e, Md In memory of Freida Finefield, from Mizpah ( irele of King's Daughters In memory of Leo I.efebure from Mr. and Mrs. IV. I,. Fitzgerald, P o rn p a n o Beach. Fla. In memory of Boh Safely, jr.......... In memory of Jane Schrader from a friend............. In memory of our beloved husband and father, Chester A. Thompson, Van Horne  ........... Iii memory of Lulu It. Putnam from Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Irwin. Mt. Vernon . . . In memory of Grandma Robinson from Mf. and Mrs. II. < . Klein ............. In memory of Mary E. Seheetz from Mr. 1,738.94 and Mrs. Robert \V. Fa ur In memory of Mrs. Raphael S e ll e e t z from George a ii d Ruth Taylor Degree of Honor Protective Assn., Cedar Rapids Lodge No. 4. 100.00 5.00 2.50 Iii lieu of flow els for Laura Sanders from Star of Maine Re-bekah lodge No. 221, I 0.0 I Total 1974 Budget Vet to be raised S 2,189.09 $21,500.00 $19,310.31 DON HOLLEY SAYS: “Baby yourself!” 16.25 25.00 25.00 20.00 20.00 10.00 Eagle Awards To 2 Tuesday Two boys will receive Eagle Scout awards during a troop 15 court of honor Tuesday evening at Hie Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. They are Brian R. Barthel, 15, son of Dr. and Mrs. John P. Barthel, route two. Mt. Vernon, and Edgar Hyke, 14. son of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle J. Hyke, 1317 Nineteenth avenue SW. * * * lo.oo Barthel has been a member of tnxip 15 since September, 1970. He has camped at Bartlett, Idaho, and Camp Wakonda. He is a member of the Order of the Arrow and attended junior leadership camp in 1973. He has been den chief, assistant patrol leader and patrol leader. He has earned his mile swim, swimming and life saving awards. * * * Hyke, a ninth grader at Wilson junior high, joined the Boy Scouts in 1970. He has served as den chief, assistant patrol leader and scribe. He has attended Camp Wakonda for three summers and is a member of the Order of the Arrow. He has earned the mile swim and the Paul Bunyan Axman awards. Edgar Hyke 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 Brian Barthel Warm Slab    21)    YEARS    AGO    —    Joan,    the 10.00 ^ne the major advantages adopted daughter of Jack of hvdronic (modern hot water) Benny, and Seth Baker were baseboard heating panels, married; the wedding was nictates the National Better Heat- mored lo have cost $25,000. 5.00 ing-Cooling Council, is that they -.- eliminate cold floors even on slab foundations. Hydronicl baseboard heat combines radi- 5.00 ant heating with natural convection. and floors stay warm without fans or blowers. IN THE NEW KNITS FOR SPRING Jim liked knits in 1946, and we both like them in 1974. Because of their comfort, easy care and durability, we offer today a large, diversified selection of knit suits, sport coats, slacks and shirts. Stop in and see our new arrivals. Baby yourself. You’ve chipped, shoveled, scraped, jumped and cussed your way through your last winter! Get a garage. AT HANDLER^ MOTORS...THI DdbCE DOWSARE RIGHT ON TARGET. Our garages have sectional-type overhead doors, slip-head garage windows, service doors, 12" prime siding applied over Vt-inch insulated sheeting and 23S lb. sealed-down shingles. Completely erected on a 4" reinforced cement slab. Beat Rising Costs! ORDER YOUR GARAGE NOW! SUBURBAN LUMBER COMPANY 2951 Williams Blvd. — Next to Stage 4    362-311 5 14x22 ft. model *1295 22x22 ft. model *1935 24x24 ft. model *2150 ;

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