Friday, March 22, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - March 22, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa The Cedar Kaplds Gazette; Fri.. Mar. 22, 1974 ---City Awarded Scholarship M. Dolan, son of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Dolan, jr., 35T Windsor drive NE, and a senior at Regis, has been awarded a scholarship for the 1974-75 school year at St. Joseph's college, Rensselaer, Ind. Correction The toll-free In- ternal Revenue payer assistance Service tax- munbrr was incorrectly reported in day's Gazette. The iiumbei should be 1-800-362-2030. Decoupage classes to starl Monday, March 25, 7 to 9 p.m. Please sign up ahead. Classes are limited. American Handi- crafts, 110 2nd St. SE. Adv. Elected Editor Kaye Ross, 5701 Briarwood street SW, has been elected editor of the Drake student newspaper, "Drake Times for 1974-75. 1974 "Rcdbook" of United States Coins, Jerome's. Adv. Great wallpaper selection for Eastern lowans, Diamond Vo- gel Paint Center, 2704 Mt. Ver- non Rcl. SE, 365-6901. Adv. Experienced beautician part time, 3G3-4443.-Adv Permanent Special with Sandy, Tuesday only. 524 2nd Street SW.363-4443.-Adv. Terrarium Plants, regularly 69c, now 49. Peck's Adv. Best Rental Open 7-9 Week- days, 8-5 Rent Ryder Trucks at Bur- esli East. Local or one-way. 366-1519. Adv. Saturday Movie for all ele: mentary children, "Brighty and the Grand Saturday, 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. Admission Free Hairstyling for Work- shop, Sunday, Monday. Call for appointment, Cedar Rapids School of Men's Hairstyling, 426 2nd Ave. SE. 362-1488.-Adv. Third Anniversary Celebra- tion. Cut Roses, S3 per doz., Sweetheart Roses, per doz. Saturday, March 23 from 1 to -J. Easter Bunny treats for the children. Goodman's Plants and Posies, 802 Main St., Center Point.-Adv. Food Bank Linn County Food Bank will meet at p.m. Monday at First Presby- terian church, 310 Fifth street SE. The meeting is open to any- one interested. Eggs, 39c Mar- ket S.W.-Adv. Aschoff Heads Doctor Program 'Awful Lot' Of Work Is Left For Legislature I wit annual interest on the so LOT curiiy deposits they hold. At the end of the rental agree- ment, the landlord would be re- quired to give the tenant H writ- iten statement of any damages DtS MOINfcS (AP) Robert Ray'wishes the legisla----------------------- ture could have adjourned Merriweather only after _ I j i passed 44 points of my SllFVey IndUStriCS and an energy urnest Mcrriwcather, 311 said Friday. j Thirty-second street NE, has Ray admitted the score on his been hired on a part-time basis Trial Is Set in Urbana Couple's Court Action Barring an out-of-courl settle- ment, a damage suit filed in Cedar Rapids federal court by an Urbana couple will go to trial by jury at 9 a.m. April 29. Harold and Irene Robinson seek the money from Magnavox Co. in connection with a fire al their home July 17, 1970, which they say was started by a defec- tive Magnavox television set. At a pre-trial conference, a iorneys for Magnavox argued the television set was not the cause of (he fire.. The Robinsons claim the fire was started by a shorted deflec- :ion coil in the set which ignited a plastic housing supporting the set's convergence coil. 50.c. Washington High Audito- rium. Adv. Cedar Rapids School of .Men's Hah- Styling is Park and Shop. Any size living room sham- pooed for Any bedroom Diamond Carpet 366-6226. -Adv. Opening for experienced hair- dresser. Full or part time. Bob's Hairstyling, 393-8147, Adv. Block Continued as Clinic Director Dr. Walter Block was con- 'tinued'a's director of the Child Evaluation Clinic during the clinic's annual board of direc- tors meeting Wednesday at Mercy hospital. Re-elected for the coming year were: Charles.. Beusch, chairman; Maurice Nathanson, vice-chap- man; Robert Blaser, treasurer, and Mrs. Nylene Awbrey, secre- tary. Renamed to three-year; terms on the board were Charles Beusch, Bernard Grahek, Nath- anson, Paul: Phelan and .Mrs. John Skogsbergh. Roy E. Nordstrom and Dr. Myron Rhode were elected as new members of the board. Dr. Carl Aschoff Dr. Carl R. Aschoff, 49, of 3109 Ridgemore drive SE, has been named director of the Cedar Rapids Medical Educa- tion Program, effective April 1. Dr. Aschoff succeeds Dr. L. Robert Martin, who has served as director of the program since June, 1971. Dr. Martin leaves Cedar Rapids to become the founding director and head of the division of family practice at the University of California, Los Angeles, department of medicine. The medical education pro- gram is a cooperative effort be- tween Mercy and St. Luke's hospitals and sponsors a three- year residency program for physicians specializing in fami- ly practice medicine. The program operates the Family Practice Center in Cedar Rapids and the Pioneer Medical Center in Mechanics- ville. There are 16 physicians in the residency program at the present time and there will be 20 physicians in the program next year. Dr. Aschoff has-been in gener- al practice in Cedar Rapids since his graduation from the University of Nebraska medical school in 1952, and completion-of his internship at St. Luke's hos- pital in 1953. His professional affiliations include diplomate of the Ameri- can Board of Family Practice, member of the American Aca- demy of Family Practice, chair- man of the Iowa Medical Soci- ety committee on scientific pro- grams, member of the board of directors of the Iowa Academy of Family. Practice, delegate to he Iowa Medical Society house of delegates, .vice-president of! ,he Linn County TMedical Soci- :ty, jjast president of the Mercy ipsp'ital 'medical staff'.and a fast member of the Mercy hos- ijtal board of trustees. Dr. .Aschoff and his wife, Jac- queline, have four children. Dr. Martin will remain in Rapids until April 15. He jegins his new position May 1. 44-point program now "looks about 1 hope they will do a little better than that." The governor said everyone would like tq have an early ad- journment, but the legislature "has got an awful lot of work left to do." He said he hopes legislators get busy in the next few weeks and pass some important legis- lation so they can adjourn in early April. Gov. Ray said he wants the legislature to pass a whole con- sumer credit package instead of just setting higher interest rates on credit charges. (See story on Page 5.) The senate, which has been debating a bill to replace cur- rent state credit laws, has sent that measure back to a commit- tee with instructions to break it into three bills. for the remainder of the year to survey local industries for the city's manpower office. Bob Brown, manpower coor- dinator, said Merriweather's ex- perience in industry and public service make him especially qualified for the position, which is being created to determine changing industry demands for different occupational catcogo- ies. His salary will be paid by a grant from the federal depart- ment of labor. Mcrriweather, a tailor, has served as an instructor at Kirk- wood Community college, a member of the urban renewal board and as chairman of the personnel committee at (he Linn county health center. Bill on Tenant Deposits Gains DBS MOINES (AP) A bill designed to protect tenants whose landlords require a de- posit for their home or apafl- ment was passed 45-2 senate and sent to the house Friday. The measure would require landlords to pay tenants 5 per- Cub Scouts Pack 10 Awards were pre- sented at St. Jude school to Bret Burkhart, Ed Kellogg, Billy Lar- son, Jeff Bada, Monte Streit, Jim Wegmann, David Ford, Adam Miller, Kevin Alderman, Jeff Smith, Jim Dostal and Steven Langhouser. Strom Will Run GREENWOOD, S. C. (AP) Senator J. Strom Thurmond, who has been in the senate since 1954, says he is going to seek re-election in 1978. Monday Services for Burdette Gienapp, 53 CENTRAL CITY Burdette (Bud) Gienapp. 53, a residcnlof Central City for the last 15 years, died at his home Thurs- day. Born May 30, 1920. at Dundee, he was married to Vclma Everett, who died July 23, 1962 at Manchester. On Oct. 1963, jut Manchester, he was married to Eunice Spinier Skinner. Mr. Gienapp worked as a pasteur- izer for the Land 0 Lakes Dairy in Cedar Rapids. He was a i member of the United Methodist church. Surviving are his wife; (wo stepdaughters, Mrs. Russ Bod dicker of Crystal River, Fla. and Mrs. Glenn Kerrcs of Cedar Rapids; his mother, Mrs. Elmer Wells of Lament; two brothers Donald Gienapp of Chandler Ariz., and Glenn Gienapp o! Wyoming, Iowa; and one sister, Mrs. Mark Doyle of Minneapolis. Services: p.m. Monday at the United Methodist church in Centra! City. Burial: Mt. Clark cemetery. Friends may call ai the Murdoch funeral home Central City after 1 p.m. Satur- day. The casket will not be opened after the service. SBA: Irregularities Limited to Richmond WASHINGTON (AP) Aside from previously disclosed ir- regularities in the Richmond Va., office, an internal inves- tigation of the Small Business Administration has uncoverec "no evidence at all of any cor- the agency's chiel says. 'SBA has no more Rich- Administrator Thomas Kleppe said in a report releasec Thursday night. The house small business subcommittee had called for the probe aftei allegations of abuses were made by the house banking committee staff. Magistrate Court For An Abundant Harvest Plant Early f 1 Fruit Trees Berry Bushes Grape Vines Free Gardening Book IOWA GROWN Asparagus Plants Seed Potatoes Onion Sets 69c Ib. Burpee, Northrup King Ferry Morris Seed Cow Sheep Manure Blood Meal, Bone Meal Garden Tools Fertilizer 8-8 Weekdays 8-6Sat. 10-5 Sun. LANDSCAPE DESIGNERS CONTRACTORS 5008 Center Pt.Rd.N.E. farming is my way of life Five Appear on Drug Charges Five persons have appeared in magistrate's court on charges of possession of controlled sub- stance. Charges against Kobcrt Kile, who gave a DCS Moines address when arrested, and Teresa who gave a northeast side address when arrcsti'il, were dismissed Wednesday in court. Kile was charged with posses- sion of marijuana on Nov. 10 and Prisch was charged with possession of marijuana on July 14. Jon Adair, 422 First avenue NW, pled guilty Tuesday and sentencing was deferred until March 19, 1975. He was cha.-ged with possession of marijuana on Jan. 15. Scott Brady, 1533 E avenue NE, was found guilty by a jury Tuesday. He was fined and costs and given a 15-day sus- pended jail sentence. He was charged with having marijuana in his possession Jan. 23. Charges of possession of con- trolled substance and contribut- ing to the delinquency of a minor against Spencer Krueger, 1316 Eighteenth street SW, were sent to the grand jury. He is charged with possession of marijuana on Jan. 15 and encouraging two minors to be guilty of immoral conduct on Jan. 15. Three Appear On Charges of Drunk Driving Three persons huvc appeared in magistrate's court on charges of drunk driving. Kenneth Johnson, 816 Four- teenth street SE, pled guilty Thursday. He was given a sJx- month suspended jail sentence and ordered to attend the school for drunk drivers at Kirkwood Community college. He was ar- rested Feb. 29. William McNcill, 215 Twenty- seventh street NW, waived a preliminary hearing and was bound over to the grand jury Thursday. He was arrested March 9. Robert Streeter, route one, Cedar Rapids, pled guilty Tues- day and was fined and costs. He was arrested Feb. 16. Man Convicted of Assault and Battery Robert Newmire, 5414 Center Point road NE, was found guilty Wednesday in magistrate's court on a charge of assault and battery and fined and costs. He was charged with assault- ing Fred Bascom on Jan. 25. Two Are Bound To Grand Jury Two people appeared in mag--, istrate's court and were bound over to the grand jury. John Westphall, Alburnett, i was bound over Monday on a- charge of arson. He is charged in connection with the March 4 fire at Prairie high school. John Feasel, Anamosa, was bound over on a charge of lar- ceny. He is charged with taking a boat and motor, the property.; of Francis Conner, on March 10. German Talks BERLIN (AP) A team of state department officials ar-'" rived from Washington Thurs- day to resume talks on estab- lishing U.S.-East German dip-. lomatic relations. as you plan, like It's a good life with help from I like to see my land expensive machinery break my friends like First Trust produce'healthy crops from downs or obsolete equipment and Savings Bank. that finajly needs replacing. For all those financial prob- 1201 THIRD ST. S.E. lems I get the answer from 1820 FIRST AVE. N.E. 1 First Trust. They're people 1600 DOWS ST. ELY, IA. just small enough totreatyoublg Firsf Trusf and Savings Bank Full banking services with bankslde parking 364-0101 i, .MEMBER PdIC COE SUMMER SESSION 1974 An experience designed to offer the comniunity exciting opportunities at only per course! The Fine Arts Business Offerings Workshops Concentrated Courses Degree Work 3 hours per day for 3 weeks for example: concentrated courses Human Sexual Behavior; Mr. S Nehru: Architects of PCM ami. 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