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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - March 22, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                ]Q The Cedar Rapid? jazelle: Frl.. Mar. 22, 1974 Official, 12 Years Old, 'Not Bored1 SAN ANSELMO, Calif. (AP) her first meeling as a parks and recreation commis- sioner, Atha Mathieu voted against poison oak removal, won a fight for a bigger com- munity building and didn't get a bit bored. The last item wouldn't be news, except that opponents of her appointment had pre- dicted Miss Mathieu would lose interest, become distract- ed and fidget during the com- mission's lengthy budget ses- sions. Alha is 12. "For Children" "I'm not she de- clared Wednesday night dur- ing a recess in the meeting. Under review was a proposed budget for the coming fiscal year. And she managed to stay wide awake until the meeting adjourned at well after her normal bedtime. Atha, a seventh grader, was appointed to the unpaid seat by the city council on a 3-2 vote March 12. She had writ- ten the council saying that "parks are for children and we need representation." A middle-aged housewife with four children and two grandchildren was her only rival for- the seat. It became vacant when one of the seven commissioners resigned. Children's Lib The commission is an advi- sory body to the council in this moderate-income city of persons about 20 miles north of San Francisco. Alba Atha Mathieu, 12-year-old parks and recreation commissioner for San Anselmo, Calif., attends her first official meet- ing Wednesday and later commented. "It was not really challenging." The seventh grader took notes on details of the com- mission's budget -for the 1974-75 fiscal year. Asked if she would tell her schoolmates about the meeting she re- plied, "No, they wouldn't understand. They wouldn't even care." lives with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Mathieu, and her brother David, 10. In her-letter, Atha said she opposed women's lib "because they put up such a fuss" but said she supported "children's liberation." She proposed put- ting suggestion boxes in all schools to solicit ideas about parks and recreation from her peers. At Wednesday's meeting, Atha wound up on the losing side of a 5 to 2 vote in favor of spending 5380 to hire a man to tear poison oak.out of a picnic area. "We should just put signs on it so people will she argued. But stie had more success in convincing fellow commissioners to urge the en- larging of a planned' commu- nity building from to square feet. After exten- sive debate, the final vote was 7 to 0 in favor of expansion. 'ear By Abigail Van Buren DEAR ABBY: What do yo think of a woman who talked o the phone from 3 until 9 withou stopping? -That's Molly. When I got up this morning a was talking on tht She didn't have time to speak to me or even ge my breakfast. When I left foi work at she was still on the phone. When I came home for supper 'the beds.weren't made. She was on the phone again and I had ti beg her to get off arid fix sup per. She didn't say one word to .me until after supper and then only five words: "Do you have ..any We've, been married for 18 years and have two kids who believe it or not, are good kids good students and never gave us any trouble. Do you think my wife is going through her change? Or do 1 need.one? NEGLECTED DEAR NEGLECTED: Your wife sounds like a compulsive only on the tele- phone. (This is known as "tele She must have done something right or your kids wouldn't have turned out so well. Maybe she is going through a change. Have her call up her doctor and make an ap- pointment. (On second thought, tell her to write him a letter.) DEAR ABBY: You always stress that a husband and wife are "on the same team." I agree. But how do you feel about their right to privacy when it comes to mail? Please print your views. I would appre- ciate seeing this in your column. MALE READER DEAR READER: The laws of this country governing the pri- vacy of the mails exist for a good reason and every citizen is obliged to obey fiose laws, the legal recipient is a member of one's own family. Reading a spouse's mail is in the same class with reading a child's diary or listening in on the ex- tension telephone. It's vcrbolen. Society Features Iowa IOWA CITY A series o clinics on home decorating i being offered to the public by Toup of faculty members anc tudents of home economics ed ucation at the University owa. The being held in ipartment 2C of Mark IV apart mentE, 2502 Bartelt road. The hree-bedroom apartment was lecorated on a budget of is a project of a class in ad interior design. The topics and times of thi linics are: "Limited Time and Limited Cost at 'hursday; "Budgeting and Buy ng Home Furnishings within at April 4, and Pulling It All Together with tolbr. and Accessories'', at .pril 11. Dorothy Fowles, interior de ign teacher at the U. of I., wil rve as consultant, along with :her teachers and students here is no charge. .eft Dead Mother Sitting in Chair CINCINNATI, Ohio (AP) man and his sister are icing held in a state mental hospital after authorities dis- covered they left the body of heir aged mother sitting in a rocking chair for three months after she died. The Hamilton county coroner's office was trying to determine the cause of death if Mrs. Frannie Sway, 86, in ler Bond Hill section apart- ment. Police said they believe she died of natural causes. Mrs. Sway's son, Meyer, 54, and daughter, Rose, 51, who ived in the apartment, were admitted to Longview State hospital Wednesday. Both lave had previous mental reatment, police said. The nephew said he was old by his aunt that her nolher had a relapse in Dc- :ember and was still sick, wlice said. They said the nephew found ilrs. Sway dead after her andlord telephoned him and omplained that Mrs. Sway ad not paid her rent. Woman Losing Pounds and Privacy GILBRALTAR, Mich. (AP) Mrs. Debi Horn, the 229- pound woman who had her mouth wired shut to lose weight three months ago, says she 'also has lost some privacy and the right to visit her mother-in-law. A case, of jangled1 nerves from a constantly ringing tele-.-' phone even put her in the hos- pital fora few days last week. But Mrs. Horn, who is down .to a slim 184 pounds, vows she will wear the wires for anoth- er two months to reach 140. Off the Hook "My mother-in-law said she thought this was Mrs. Horn said. "She didn't want me to ever come over to. her house with my braces on." But that isn't the worst part. "Women were calling me all the she said. "I had to take the telephone off the hook to go to sleep. There were calls up to one o'clock in the morning. "I was real upset by last Friday, so my doctor put me Mamie Appeals To Republicans AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) Sarnie Eisenhower called on Republicans Thursday to "bane ogether for the good of i 'resident and our country." The former First Lady made ie appeal in a letter turning own an invitation to attend the wnual luncheon of the Rich- county Republican wo- mond men's club. She said she de- lined the invitation on the ad- ice of her physician. "This year of all years we must band together for the good cur President and our she wrote. "There- ire, I am doubly sorry not to e present." Mrs. Eisenhower is vacation- ig at the Augusta national golf ub, in handsome home on he club grounds built for her nd the late President Dwight Eisenhower. drapery will ultimately tall apart if noi cleaned properly. Phone Colt Drapery Cleaners for a free estimate, no obligation. PHONE 364-8059 30-9 p.m BEEFEATERS BUFFET right in the hospital and wouldn't let me have any calls or visitors." Dental Society She also .said she has been bombarded with requests to appear on: local and national television talk shows. "I'd start to say I really didn't; feel like but they'd talk nice me and I'd always end up saying-yes. I have'no she said. Even the American' dental society has gotten into the act by taking a s'tand on the wir- ing issue. The society said in a recent .statement that a pa- tient's physician, not a den- ,tist, should decide whether the method should be used. Mrs. Horn's mouth was 'wired shut by her .oral surgeon. Mrs. Horn says: "The' peo- ple I love my .parents they're proud of me, and that's all that mat- ters. I don't care what any- body else thinks." BRIDAL SHOWER HONORS MISS SUSAN MEYER Miss Susan Meyer, April. 20 bride-elect of Rollie Pierson, was honored at a 'round-the- clock bridal shower Thursday evening given by Mrs. Jerry Bye, 1710 Chestnut drive NE. Co-hostess to the 40 guests was Mrs. Raymond Fergus. Parents of the engaged couple are Mr and Mrs. Lee Wells, 1722 Chest nut drive NE, and Mr. and Mrs Robert Pierson, 1818 Ellis boule vard NW. By Polly Cramer Dear I haye found i :s impossible to get.out of; tb jathtub to catch a ringing ihone in time so just before I get in the tub I take the phone off the hook and leave it off for :hat short time. -1 can relax more knowing that it will not be ringing and callers will get a busy signal and call back sooner than if there was just no answer, -NEVA ROOSEVELT MOTOR HOTEL CEDAR HAPEDS, IOWA ADJACENT GUEST PARKING She's Special GIVE FLOWERS KREBS FLOWER SHOP 2-124.18lh SI. SW 363-2081 Dear Polly With all the talk about fuel and gas shortages my husband and I decided to stari Cutting down right now. Firsl ve decided to cover a pan in inch something is cooking on ie stove and turn burners down mmediately after food begins boil. Also we plan ven meal with everything re- uiring about the same temper- ture for cooking. We turn the oven off about 10 minutes before dinner is served and the food stays hot. Also we shop only once a week for ev- erything. This is possible by always having a list handy. We keep a supply of frozen bread on hand and powdered milk for emergencies. Every little bit each of us does will add up. -MRS. E. R. PopeCalls Virgin Mary 'New Woman By Kdwnrd Magri VATICAN CITY (AP) Pope Paul VI. in an. attempt to mod- ernize the image of the Virgin Alary, describes her as "the new woman" who took an ac- tive role in the early Christian church and championed (he rights of the weak against the powerful. "The modern woman will note with pleasant surprise that Mary of Nazareth was far from being a timidly submissive the Roman Catholic pontiff writes in the fourth docu- ment he has issued on Mary in his 10 years as pope. In a 95-page "Apostolic Exho tation of the Right Ordering an Development of Devotion to 11 Blessed Virgin issue Friday, the Pope conceded th "the picture of the Blessed Vi gin presented in a certain typ of devotional literature canni easily be reconciled with ti day's life style, especially wil :he way women live today." But he proposed Mary as an example to be imitated for the way in which "she fully anc responsibly accepted the will of God." To "the modern woman ani ous to participate with decision making power in the affairs he community, Mary will iear not as a mother exclusiv y concerned with her own d 'ine son but rather as a woma vhose action helped to strengtl en the apostolic community' he wrote.-. "She was a woman who dii lot hesitate to proclaim tha od vindicates the humble an he oppressed, and removes th owerful people of this worli mm their privileged positions." "Mary, the new woman lands at the side of Christ, thi ew Pope Paul said. In a reference to purported 'appearances" of the Virgin Mary, particularly frequent in southern European countries and Latin America, the Pope deplored "vain credulity and the exaggerated search for novelties o r extraordinary )henomena." He said devotion should be 'objective in its historical set- ting and for this reason every thing that is obviously legen- dary or false must be eliminat- ed." He said devotion to Mary was something the Catholics sharec with the Orthodox churches anc ex1 pressed concern about the im- false approach to the Virgin Mary pact .that a devotion of would have on efforts to bring Christians of all denominations closer together. Bridge Duplicate Bridge Mitchell movement winners in a game played at Thurs- day at Noelridge Park Christian church were: North-south Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fitz- gerald, first, and Mrs. Richard Siewert and Mrs. Robert Buts- chi, second; Mrs. Bill Howard and Mrs. Bob (raybeal, first, and Mrs. Ralph Smith and Mrs. Mary Barley, second.. The next game will be played at Thursday at the church. West Side Club Winners in a Howell mi ment game played at Thursday at Welty-Way were Yfos. J. D. Schultz and Mrs Tames Slaman, first, and Ron ild Livingston and Joe Verbick econd. The next game will be ilayed at 2 Sunday in the Ken icdy senior high school cafete ia. Wlrephoto White House 'Enemy' Anna Grapczynski, 75, of Milwaukee, shows the letter she received from President Nixon apologizing for the fact that she had been placed on a White House "enemies" list in 1971. She had donated to a Democratic candidate, Senator Edmund Muskie. Nixon said he was surprised to find that -the list existed. MILWAUKEE, Wis. (UPI) Mrs. Anna Grapczynski, 75, may have appeared on a White House "enemies" list, but that hasn't affected her admiration of President Nixon. "I have a great respect for him. It's sad that all the good things he has Pres- ident have to be obscured by this Watergate she said. The President wrote Mrs. Dry Town To Wet Whistle BOSTON (AP) Dry since ii ras founded in 1689, Boxford is n its way to being wet. Or ai east damp.. The senate Thursday ap- roved a house-passed bill gran- ng a liquor license to the Far orner Farm Gulf ill got an from ie Boxford town meeting. Stanley Lapbn, a commis oner of the. Alcoholic Sever- ges Control commission, saic iany of the other 22 dry towns the state have asked special gislation for specific establish- ients, such as hotels or clubs. "Even in a dry town you can et a little Lapon said. HOLLAND HOME MADE Full One Pound Loaf White Rye Whole Wheat Creme-filled BISMARCKS Reg. doz. 6 for BROWNIES, Rc8. i5< .........6 for COOKjES, Reg. 53< 2 doz. each SPECIAL PRICES THIS SAT. ONLY HOLLAND 1100 19th AVENUES.W. 365-0314 Prison May Get Death Sentence SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) an Quentin, the fortress-like ison that housed the nation's ost populous death row, may ave received its own death no- ce. Gov. Ronald Reagan's ad- inistration said Thursday it plans two new million pris- ons in Solano and San Diego counties to replace San Quentin. San Quentin's closure is con- tingent on the legisature agree- ing to use ?2.5 million in 1974-75 state money to plan the new prisons rather than for remodel- ing San Quentin. Grapczynski this week to apol- ogize for her inclusion on .the enemies list, .She had written him in December, to say she was convinced her inclusion on the list was not his fault. She was included after she made a contribution to the presidential campaign of .Sen: Edmund Mqskie (D- .Her maiden name 'and Muskie's .original Polish name Marciszewski is the same. When Muskie did not get the Democratic nomination, she voted for Nixon. 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