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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - March 20, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Briefs In Hospital -Mrs. Jolm J. Hess, rouie two, is rceuperatinj at Mercy hospital from surgery a week ago. Visitors welcome. Saint Juile's Spring Dance, Arm a r Ballroom, Saturday, March 23, '1974, 9 to 1 a.m. Do's and Don'ts. Admission Adv. Purse Missing A purse and owned by Nancy Shake- speare, Fairfax, were reported cither lost or stolen Tuesday. Surgery Curtis King, 1206 Ninth street NW, underwent open heart surgery Wednesday in the cardiac care center in University hospitals, Iowa City. Scanomatic Coin Viewer for collectors, Jerome's. Adv. Story Hour Weekly story hour for preschoolers will be given Thursday from to 11 a.m. at Kenwood branch li- brary, 3223 First avenue SE. Amana Radarangc for rent at Buresh East. 366-1519. Adv. Car Entered Susan. Ram- sey, 337 Sixth avenue SW, re- ported Tuesday that her purse containing was taken from her car Saturday at an unde- termined address. Five Seasons Toastmastcrs John Songster and Larry Erb will be speakers at noon Friday at the Embassy club. Mail Taken Eight mail order stereo tapes valued at were reported taken last week from a mailbox at the residence of Patricia K. Finley, 123 First avenue SW. Any size living room sham- pooed for Any bedroom Diamond Carpet 366-6226. -Adv. Dean's List Catherine Ann Dennison, Hiawatha, has been named to the dean's list of Coiv cordia Teachers college, River Forest, 111., for the winter quarter. Opening for experienced hair- dresser. Full or part time. .'Bob's Hairstyling, 393-8147. Adv. Free Hairstyling for Work- shop, Sunday, Monday. Call for appointment, Cedar Rapids School of Men's Hairstyling, 426 2nd Ave. SE. 362-1488.-Adv. NROTC Award Jeffrey L. Gembler, 1472 Parkwood drive SE, received the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps academ- ic star award of the Iowa State university NROTC unit. Gembler obtained a 3.31 grade point average on a 4.0 scale earn the award. (Continued from Page 1.) Then, he won a national oratory contest and a scholarship lo the Cornish School of Arts in Seattle in 1932, He switched lo the University of Washington the following year and "since my dad was only working two days a week in the depression" he supported himself by working as a waiter, telegram delivery boy, window washer and by selling pints of his blood. In 1934 he got a job with a 100-watt radio sta- tion, KCBC, in Seattle. In addi- tion to his salary, he got laundry service and was al- lowed lo use sponsorship ac- counts to trade for food. In 1938 he went to CBS in Los Angeles, as correspondent for 11 Western states. In 1951 he switched to ABC in Los'Angelcs, and four years later moved to NBC in New York. Credit Bill Debate Delayed One Day DES MOINES Senate lead- ers decided to postpone action again Wednesday until Thurs- day on a highly-controversial credit bill which sets interest rales on revolving charge ac- counts and contains many con- sumer protection sections. The decision' came after both parties caucused over two hours after Hie senate convened at 10 a.m. High Dale Mor- gan, anesthesiologist, will speak on "Cancel My Reservation St. Peter, I Decided To at noon Friday at the Embassy club. Cedar Rapids School of Men's Hair Styling is now honoring the Park and Shop Plan.-Adv. Car Entered Charles De- Shaw, 810 Fourteenth street SE, reported his locked car was bro ken into Tuesday while it was parked at Wilson and Co. and a tape player valued at was taken. Johnny's Parkway. Corner El- lis and F Ave. NW. Thursday Special: Choice of Salisbury Steak or Fish, served up 'til p.m. Menu dining from 10 a.m. 'til 1 a.m. Carry out orders wel- Scholastic Honors Chris Chadima, 1831 Second avenue SE, and Mark Chapin, 5314 Holly avenue NW, have been honored for academic achievement at Valparaiso university, having achieved a 2.5 or better grade point on a 3.0 scale Third Anniversary Celebra- tion. Cut Roses, per doz., Sweetheart Roses, per doz. Saturday, March 23 from 1 to 4. Easier Bunny treats for the children. Goodman's Plants and Posies, 802 Main St., Center Sunrise Optimists Linn County Ally. William Faches and one of his assislants, Eugene Kopecky will.speak on "Work- ings of the Linn County Attor- ney's Office" at a.m. Satur- day at the Roosevelt hotel. 'Spring Action1 Program Headed By C. R. Woman DBS MOINIiS _
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