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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - March 27, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Kkkoff Meeting Tuesday For Cancer Volunteers A liickoff meeting for key vol-l unleers Tuesday will launch a series of cancer crusades in every Uim county community and township, Cleon E. Hcrriott, wiaiman of (lie project, said Wednesday. Hcrriott also 'announced four area chairmen who will help coordinate the project. They are Audis Bennett, Lisbon; 'Mrs. Vcrnon Dice, Palo; Mrs. David Machacek, Alburnctt, and Mrs. Milton Arnold, Marion. Serving as vice-chairman with Herriott is Russell Swenson, Cedar Rap- ids. Volunteers who have not sent in their reservations for the 7 p.m. dinner Tuesday at the Ea- gles club were urged to mail them immediately. Bob Nance, who attended the 1974 national crusade meeting of the American Cancer Society, will speak at the Tuesday meet- ing. Nance also is serving as special gifts chairman of the Linn County Cancer Crusade. "A primary purpose of the county-wide undertaking will be to reach every home in the coun- ty with potentially life-saving in- formation about Her- riott said. Material, including pamphlets spelling out cancer's seven warning signals, will be distributed to the area leaders Tuesday night. The roster of terusade chair- men announced Wednesday in- cluded two husband and wife teams. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kuh- nle will head the Hiawatha cru- sade. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Keiper will be In charge of the Clinton township crusade. Communities Herriott] listed thei following community crusade chairmen: Mrs. Howard Hampton, iVhit- tier; Mrs. Lois Iben, Viola; MI-S. Edward Hanna, .Springville; Mrs. James Smith, Lisbon; Mrs. Cecil Mt. Vernon; Mrs. William Kadlec, Ely; Mrs. Mar- Soukup, Fairfax; Mrs. Jer- ry Hanson, Palo. Mrs. Leonard Whitney and Mrs. Stanley Marlowe, Center 'oiiit; Mrs, Clifford Sampica, Alburnelt; Flossie Saucr, Troy Mills; Mrs. M. R. Helh, Walker; ilrs. James Hoover, Robins; rtrs. John Topinka, Toddvillc; Alice Wolf, Prairieburg; Esther and Madge O'Doffa, Cog- ;on; Mrs. Ronald Pflughaupt, Central City, and Mrs. George tumble, Waubeek. Townships Heading crusades in each of he townships will be: Mrs. Dclmnr Wilson, Brown; Urs. Wayne 'Jenkins, Linn; Mrs. toward Hufford and Mrs. Ed- vard Fordyce, Franklin; Mrs. Jteve Machula, Bertram; Mrs. ouis Rozinek, Putnam; Mrs. iarles Sonka, College; Mrs. Charles Ballard, Fairfax; Mrs. Sobert Hepker, Fayetts; Mrs. tfelvin Squires, Washington. Mrs. C. E. Gcmberling and Claudia Berry, Otter Creek; ilrs. Ernest Diltz, Spring Grove; Henrietta Nielsen, Grant; Mrs. Jerry Oellrich, Monroe; .Mrs. Leo Holub and Mrs. Nathan Al- J3oulder; Mrs. David lehl, Jackson; Mrs. Forest McCalley, Maine; Mrs. Walter Secrist, Buffalo; Mrs. Alan Plainer, N'orth Mai-ion, and Mrs. Weston Carver, South Marion. Grove Elected As President of Education Unit Wilbur Grove Wilbur Grove, an electronics instructor at Kirkwood Commu nity college, will become pres ident of the Iowa Higher Educa tion Assn. July 1. Grove was elected to succeec David Palmer, an instructor al Des Moines Area Community college in Ankeny, at the annua IHEA delegate council in Des Moines Saturday. The IHEA is an organization of 700 faculty "members affiliat- ed with the National Education Assn. and the Iowa State Educa- tion Assn. Three vice-presidents repre senting the area schools, slate universities, and privale col leges were elected al the meet- ing. They are Eugene Grove Iowa Central Community col- lege at Fort Dodge; Marvin Heller, University of Northern Iowa at Cedar Falls, and Ralph Scharnau, University of Dubu- que. Mary Saxton, Northeast Iowa Area Vocalional-Technica" School at Calmar, was elected to the IHEA board of directors. Admits Transporting Of Forged Security John Eugene Ducey, 25, pice guilty in Cedar Rapids federa court Tuesday to interstate transportation of a falsely made and forged security and was sentenced Ip 30 months' impris menl. Duccy, who gave no address was charged with cashing a forged ?129.52 check at a Cedar Rapids grocery store March 28 1072. The check had been reported stolen from a Gencsco, 111., con slniction company March 27 Qfljo fiJcitoi1 Volunteer Alert Do you have a few hours you don't know what to do with? How about using this time to help others In a necessary project, with your only reward being the i good feeling that comes from helping others? NEEDED: People to do telephoning from Iheir own home. Three organizations have asked for people, and j all are worthwhile projects. This could foe done at your convenience. NEEDED: Person to handle public relations for a local group. This would not involve a lot of time just the ability to get information out to the public. NEEDED: Big sister for a special girl. The girl needs help with reading, and enjoys sports and doing things. This could be very rewarding. NEEDED: People to help distribute material in their neighborhood during the last week in April. This docs not mean door-to-door canvass, just leaving materi- al in the door. This could bo done at your convenience. NEEDED: Musician band to play for a group of elderly people on Thursday afternoons, for dancing. This is a citywide activity for the elderly. They will pro- vide practice space for a group, if needed. NEEDED: Person to help a group of young people with cooking, preparing balanced diets and menus. This would not involve actual cooking for Ihem, just helping them to cook the right things and giving them pointers on how to order, etc. For more information about these and many more opportunities, please telephone the Voluntary Action Center or slop in at 712 Third avenue SE, any I weekday between and What we need money can't buy we need you! The Cedar Rapids Gazette; Wed.. Mar. 27, 1971 Coal Gasoline Powers Car For Illinois Governor's Spin convert coal to oil and natural gas and he said. The gasoline Walker used cost a gallon to produce and bis brief spin in heavy traffic used about worth. It was 92 octane the cquiva- stall, no sputter, no lent of premium gasoline. CHICAGO (AP) Illinois Gov. Daniel Walker took a car for a spin in downtown Chicago using gasoline refined from coal. lie said the fuel process is a partial answer to the energy crisis. "No Walker said after the drive with the experimental fuel Monday. "If we are to solve the energy iroblcm, working toward a self- sufficient nation; if we are to irotect our air, keeping it safe, hen we will have to develop the Killianb cchnology and build plants tojstrations. The demonstration kicked off a conference on developing Illi- nois' estimated 148 billion tons of unmined coal. The governor said he learned recently that gasoline could be derived from coal, so he or- dered 15 gallons for demon- Oil officials estimated that it would take 7 to 10 years to build a refinery in Illinois that would produce barrels of fuel a day from coal. They said a po- tential 120 gallons of gasoline could be refined from one ton of coal. They estimated the cost of setting up such a project would be about million, with a gallon of coal-gasoline selling for about 70 cents. "That might look pretty cheap 10 years from said Ted Tom of the Amoco Oil Co. labo- ratory in Whiting, Ind. Experimental processes on a very limited scale were why Walker's 15 gallons of gasoline cost about to produce. The southern Illinois coal was processed into crude oil at Hy- drocarbon Research at Trenton, N. J. The gasoline was refined at Amoco's Whiting lab with small scale processing equipment. Walker said he believes it was the first time a passenger car has been run in the U. 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