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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - March 20, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                2A The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Wed., Mar. 20, 1974 SEATS Memberships on Sale in Linn County Memberships in SEATS, the new minibus transportation sys- tem for eldely persons, are be- ing sold in Linn county. In Cedar Rapids, the mem- berships are available through Virgil Andrew at 363-0502, Meta Schweibert at the Linn county Council on Aging, 366-3311, and Mary Jane Gormley, Linn coun- ty Health Center, 398-3543. Outside of Cedar Kapids Linn county, memberships in the program are available from the following: Ida Otting, Mar- ion, 377-2126; Bill Stroope, Mar- ion, 377-1867; Alice Lee, Spring- "ville, 85-1-6100; Merle Neuman, Center Point, 849-1370; John Kirkpatrick, Mt. Vernon, 895- 8531; Gus Groth, Alburnctt, 842- 2560, arid Mac Stone, Central City, 438-1726. SEATS is not to be confused with another transportation sys- tem for the elderly being planned in Cedar Rapids by a mayor's committee. The SEATS program is federally-sponsored and operated by the Area Agen- cy on the Aging at Kirk-wood Community college. Persons over 60 years of age are eligible for membership. Members may ride for 25 cents 'one-way or 50 cents round trip .from their homes to any point in Linn county. Non-member elderly persons under 60 will be allowed to use SEATS on a space-available basis. The noiMnembers will be charged 50 cents for one-way trips in the county. Rides to points outside of Linn will also be permitted, ..with rates computed on the bas- is of miles driven and the num- ber of passengers carried. Although persons under 60 years of age may not be mem- bers of SEATS, they may use the bus'system on a space-avail- able basis. There will be few restrictions the fuse of the buses. Citi- zens will be encouraged to ride the system for appointments at doctors' and dentists' offices, shopping, trips, visits with friends and relatives, or enter- tainment. SEATS 15-passenger-tninibus- .es.are operating in .six of the seven counties of Merged Area Ten now. One of the two vehicles to be used in Linn county fias .been delivered and the other is .expected soon1. Rich Brass, SEATS transpor- tatiori director, announced a for the buses in Linn county..The schedule lists gen- -eral areas of the county where .buses will operate Monday through Saturday from 8 a.m. to '6 p.m. SEATS officials said the sys- tem will not provide point-to- point rides within Cedar Rap- ids, since the city's own minibus system is expected to foe in op- eration1' soon. However, Cedar IRapids elderly will be permitted to use SEATS for rides outside of the city. Rural residents will be permitted to ride SEATS into Cedar Rapids. Cedar Rapids residents may ride SEATS to the following areas on Tuesday and Satur- days: Toddville, Morris, Palo, Robins, Hiawatha, Linn Junc- tion, Covington, Fairfax, the Municipal airport, Ely, Bert- ran, Vernon View, Marion, and the county home. On Wednesdays and Fridays, Cedar Rapids residents may -take SEATS to any point in Linn county. On Tuesdays and Satur- days, trips to out-of-county des- tinations will be permitted. An announcement will be made soon regarding the formal start of service in Linn county. When the system is operating, users of SEATS will be asked to telephone 398-5605 or a toll-free number, 1-800-332-5996, at least one day in advance to arrange rides. When the system is operating, buses will run on the following 'schedule in Linn county each week: Monday Marion (inside, and between Marion and Cedar Rap- and the southeast area consisting of Marion, the coiui iy home, Wbittier, Viola, Spring Paralta, Vernon View Bertram, Mt. Vernon, Lisbor and other localities. Tuesday Service is available to out-of-county destinations. In addition, Toddville, Morris, Pa- lo, Robins, Hiawatha, Linn junc- tion, Covington, Fairfax, the airport, Ely, Bertram, Vernon View, Marion, the county home, Midway and other localities will Jeff Prouty Wins Company Scholarship Martin Marietta Corp. lias an- nounced the winners of its 1374 college scholarship awards. Jeff Prouty, 2515 Amber drive NE, was named winner in the Iowa district of Martin Mariet- ta's central aggregates division. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Dow Prouly, he is a senior at John F. Kennedy, a member of the National Honor Society and an Eagle Scout. The scholarship is awarded to sons or daughters of Martin Marietta on scholastic records, lest scores, need, and recommendations from school officials. Each award is for for (lie first year and may be renewed for three additional years. have a minibus operating be- tween and within them. People will also be taken into Cedar Rapids from these areas, Wednesday Anyone in the county can order the bus to go anywhere in the county. In ad- dition, the whole northern area of the county will especially be served, including the towns and general area of Lafavette. Al- burnett, Center Point, Alice, Walker, Troy .Mills, Paris, Rog- ers, Central City, Coggon, Wau- beek, and Prairieburg. Thursday Northeast area Paris, Rogers, Coggon, Prairie- burg, Central City, Waubeck. Southeast area Marion, coun- ty home, Whittier, Viola, Spring- Paralta, View, Bertram, Mt. Vernon, Lisbon. Friday Anyone in the coun- y can order the bus to go any vhere in the county. Also, the lorthwest area will be specially served Walker, Troy Mills, Center Point, Alburnelt, Lafay- ette. Alice. Saturday Service is avail- able to out-of-county destina- ions. In addition, service will be ffered within and between the ollowing towns Toddville, lorris, Palo, Robins. Hiawatha, j Linn Junction; Covington, Fair- fax, the airport, Ely, Midway, Bertram, Vernon View, Marion, tho county home. Riders will also be taken into Cedar Rap- ids from these areas. LAFF-A-DAY "Yes, we do do things together. We argue and we Armed Forces iKInney, 4601 Midway drive NW, I joined the army delayed enlist- ment program. Nat L. Hay, 4224 Mt. Vernon road SE, joined the marine Michael Neunaber. son of M o n t i c e 11 o Thomasjcorps. and Mrs. Dale Neunaber, Ana-JMeisncr, Monticello; Jay mosa, was promoted to armyjllayden, Monticello; RickieCov-j specialist 4-c while serving injington, Vinton; David Grissom, liusselsheim, Germany. (221 Thirteenth street NW, and Thomas Parley, .Navy SK Michael Walter, 'he navy, of Fred Walter and husband of Aileen Waller, all of 3115 Leon- Interagency Council Election Is Friday The Intcragcncy Council will hold its annual meeting Friday noon at the YWCA for election of officers. The program will Include Robert M.L. Johnson, project Bicentennial Commit The following have enlisted in the armed forces: Rita Kacher, 20, daughter Mr. and Mrs. Dave Kacher, i Lynn Loney, 1300 Twenty-first avenuej ard street NE, is home on leave SW; Dan Edmonds, for 14 days from Port Hucnemc, Jerry Spores, 1906 C street Turkish Students Injured in Riots ANKARA. Turkey na _ iLeftist and rightist studentision, speaking on Our Role in battled in two eastern Cedar Rapids' Celebration of towns Tuesday, police Our Candidates for the various of- fices include Bill llarnish. prcs- SW; Dan Edmonds, Marvin Morgan, 828 D avenue! Mur. I------ o_____ .rtftf. rt UHlt Hl.ll Kevin Van Home; re seriously injured and 40 others hurt as fists and stones flew at the Teachers Cerveny, 1134 Summit z in idcnt; Dr. Anne Stenzel and Gene Adncy, vice-president; Carol Rickey and Alice Richer, the eastern city of Er-isecretary; Teddy Shiittloworlh 11 high school Ireasuror; ._, _., u i IU1I, 14 IIIKII two, Cedar Rapids, joined avenue SW, and Deborah Cov- werc wncn lney Harry Macy, Marilyn Mdvor, he armv national euard and ington, 161 Nineteenth street in ihplHuth Krcmenak, and Maurice he army national guard and vas sent to Fort McClellan, Ala., for training. Wayne McMurris, route one Cedar Rapids; Steven Hultman, :934 C avenue NE; Shane Wil- ington, 161 Nineteenth street NW, joined the army and were sent to Fort McClellan, Ala., for training. Richard Lueders, 59 Fleet- wood road NW, and Donald Me-! known. with clubs and stones in the streets. Wilson, for two members-at- The principal of Erzurum high: large seats, school, Hayati Gene, said the! Write-ins are welcome provid- cause of the fighting was not ing their acceptance has been 'received prior to nomination. I Fifth Avenue Furniture has served the Quad Cities area for over 40 years and was well'known for quality merchandise. In addition we are adding our own stock with tremendous price cuts to bring you the greatest savings ever. Choose from such famous names as. Kroehler, Simmons, Lane, Douglas, Maytag, Zenith, Therapedic, Keller, Ppntiac, Brody, Schweiger and others. Below is just a partial, listing-of the furniture and appliances on sale. Innerspring Mattress Twin Size 18 Price Walnut 2 Lamp and Cocktail TABLES 3 PCS. Kroehler BlueOak ains Reg. 139.50 77 12" Zenith Black White Oak CORNER DESK with Corner Bookcase Reg. Sale Price MAYTAG Electric Dryer 187 Reg. Sale Price 2.pc Sola Sale Price Sale price Sale Price Sale Price >58 Sale. Price Sale Price Olive-Gold Seta. covet, Choice ot Sale 5 Sale price Sale Price Sale 5 price Sale 5 Price Sale Price Sale price Sale Price Sale Price Sale Price set set Sale Price Price Sale Price Sale Price Sale Price Sale Price ea. Sale Price Sale Price 5-Pc, Dinette Set. Extension Table with leaf.. 4 Washable Vinyl Chairs. Bronze- tone. 5-Pc. Dinette Set. Dval Pedestal Tahle. Formica Fired Copper Top. 4 Swivel Arm Chairs on casters. Naugahyde. Gleam- 3 ing chrome. Reg. 5449.50 7-pc. Set. Oval tant top. G Hi-hack chairs. Bronzetone fin- ish. Reg. Bernhardt Pembropke Drop Leaf Table. Distressed Fruitwood Finish Just S 1. Floor sample. Reg. Douglas 5-pc, Dinette Set. Octagon Extension table with leaf. Plastic top. 4 vinyl upholstered Chairs. Avocado finish. Reg. ____..... Early American Open Hutch Sale Price China. 48" width. Lots of storage space. Reg. Sale Price Sale Price. Sale Price Pontiac Swivel Rockers. 100% orlon S cover, choice of 5 colors. Reg. Berkline Pop-Up Recliner. Naugahyde cover. Black or Olive. Reg. S' Hi-Back Traditional Chair. Reversih- Sale Price le Cushion with skirt. Oyster White Velvets- Cover. Reg. Schweiger Queen size Sofa Sleeper. Tuxedo style Deep tufted back. Arm caps with casters. Queen size S mattress. Reg. Sofa Sleeper. Reversible cushions. Full Sale price size mattress. Scotchgard cover. Blue or S- gold. Reg. 119 Sal8 Pnce Statesyille Chair. Antique Pecan. and White Matelasse. Scotchgarl Reg. f I oU.uU Hi-Back Chair Olive Gold Stripe Velvet. Reversible cushion. Fruitwood! Reg. Red Velvet Mediterranean Chair. S Reg. Sale Price 159 Sale Price Sale Price i TO Sale Price All items subject to Prior Sole Kroehler Sleep-or-Lounge........... Back. Full size mattress. Black Naugahyde cover. Reg. OPEN THURS. TIL 9 Always Easy Terms Free'Delivery Phcwe 366-2436 FURNITURE Swivel Rocker Nylon Print Cover Reg. Recliner. Washable Vinyl Cover. Choice of Black; Green or Gold. Reg. Chaise Lounge. Gold Fur. S Reg. 14.2 Cu. Ft. Philco Refrigerator Single door. Reg. 249.95 New Philco 25" Color TV. Solid state walnut Reg. '699. Maytag Auto. Washer 14 Ib. Reg. 5299.95 Eureka Upright Cleaner Reg. 20" Hardwick Gas Range Reg. Sale Price Sale Price Sale Price 219 '217 Sale Prlco Salo Price Salo Prlco Salo Prlco '127   

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