Cedar Rapids Gazette, April 20, 1974, Page 14

Cedar Rapids Gazette

April 20, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - April 20, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Visiting Vampire Cheers Up Hospitalized Kids A visiting Vampire from the Creature Feature TV program visited the pediatrics ward at Mercy hospital    Kighth    street SE. appears elated. Vampire    is Vincent Hedges of Moline. Creature Features are televised on Friday afternoon, just to cheer things up a bit. These were the reactions caught by the photographer. At left, Kelly    Channel    9 (KCRG) at 10:30 p.m. Fridays. Jordan, ll, seems a bit terrified, but at right, Becky Briggs. 8, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Charles Briggs. 615 it Have, truck, house, dog and will travel. Cyrus Johnston, an itinerant house repair man, left Houston Friday in one of his own creations — a house built on a truck — to look for repair jobs. Visits Mt. Mercy Meta Schwiebert, executive director of the Linn County Council on Aging, was met by several students Friday afternoon as she alighted from a Senior Citizens bus on the Mt. Mercy college campus. Miss Schwiebert talked on the activities of the council in working with the elderly and the many volunteer programs at the agency, meeting with members of the college’s course, Problems of Aging. —Gazette Photo bv John Mclvoriron V    You ( Ollie    My Parlor? Steve Willard, 13, left, and his brother, Art, ll, created a huge    wrappers. They did the job in about three days. The boys are sons of spider web in their bedroom, using yarn and string run through gum    Mr an(j Mrs i>aie Meyer, 229 Fifth street NW. —AP WirephotoEasy Listening William Smith, left, and Lucian Barbian, young members of the ,]uzz and Heritage Festival under way in New Orleans. Afterward Fairview Dixieland band, listen to an adult band perform during the was t^(Mr tunj t() heard. Pl Telephoto Have House Will Travel Gazette Photo by L W. Ward ;