Cedar Rapids Gazette, May 26, 1974, Page 9

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May 26, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - May 26, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa It’s The HUMANE Thing To Do liy Susan Welsh Humane Socierv Auxiliary The need for care in choosing a pet is Kreat, <*s|M*naily if your selection nii^ht be one of the very lar#e breeds. From January to April of Mils year, the Linn County Humane Society has handled IK St Bernards — ll of the dogs were pets kept in the city with only seven coming from rural settings The circumstances causing the surrender of these dogs, of course, are somewhat varied, yet in 15 of these cases the reasons were the same The dog is too big. These 15 owners gave accounts of being unable to control or handle the animal because of his size and strength; they were afraid he would hurt children because he could easily knock them down in play; the dog was destructive to house and/or yard; or the dog had already bitten someone. (Emotional Reason Puppies are purchased on emotion. The pet buyer, and most everyone for that matter. is enchanted by a puppy’s c lownish playful ways and that special “full of curiosity and mischief" look they all seem to have. This is tragic in all too many cases and may be the1 beginning of the1 end for both the* puppy and for the pet owner — simply because all puppies do grow up whether they be large or small breeds. Yet. the pet buyer does not consider this at the time he is looking at this c harming puppy. There is no puppy in the world more adorable than the little St Bernard with his oversized feet and attractive markings Television shows and commercials have exploited this breed lust because of these* features, furthering the pet buyer's desire to own this type of dog. This particular animal will grow up to weigh from IHI) to UUU pounds — the weight of a K-foot man — and stand around 2lsi feet tall, or head level with a child His wagging tail can easily topple* a youngster and the force of two front paws happily jumping, can easily down an adult caught off guard Any large* dog recjuires more exercise*. A great number cif large dogs are denied this need when owned by the* city dweller (Two-thirds of tho dogs mentioned above were* owned by persons living in the city.) I hose dogs may become irritable and frustrated due to their lac k of exercise and this may Im* a predisposing factor to the* alleged aggressiveness of the large dogs However, the size alone of the large breeds may be* the foremost factor in the* problems they can create. U or example, people naturally tend to Im* more afraid or at least apprehensive of a large* clog, therefore conveying this fear to the animal. Also, simply because he* is big, the large breed of dog c an inflict more serious wounds on a vic tim than could a smaller dog. He is also more difficult to repel than a dog of lesser size would be. Property Damage The damage* the* large* dog can cause to property and furnishings is not because the animal is destructive by nature, but because he is big The* amount and the strength of security measures needed tee contain a large dog must be* greater as well as more costly, due to his size alone All of those things are not the fault of the large* dog — he cannot help that he was destined to grow up, and he is unaware of “his own strength The* owner or potential owner of this dog is the* one who needs to realize the strength of his pet, as well as the pet's oversized needs and the possible liabilities involved. The* breeder too, must be* aware cd his puppy’s potential and is obligated to find out the* conditions under whic h the puppy will be living before selling. The breeder has an excellent opportunity to assist a pet buyer to understand all that ownership of this dog can encompass and to discourage the* purc hase of a big dog when the* future* of that dog may be* questionable. A lack of foresight when purchasing any pet can cause a great injustice to the animal and end up being an unpleasant experience for the owner Please be careful when sc* lect mg a family pet. Questions or inquiries can be made to Linn County Humane Society Auxiliary. P.O. Box 205. Cedar Rapids. Iowa, 5240K Air Pollution Report This is a weekly report of data submitted to The Gazette by the* air pollution control division of Linn county health department Airborne Dust A measurement of particulate matter is made in terms of mic rograms per cubic meter. The* national standards, to be* enforced bv 1975: 75. average for a year (geometric mean), and 200 maximum 24-hour concentration, not to be* exceeded more than once a vear. Location Date Heading Jane* Boyd Community Hou.se* May 17 Kl Noelndge* Hul k May 17 :12 44) First street SU May 17 HK 751 ( enter Point road NF Mas 17 1511 KIMI Firs! street NU May 17 HK The* particle’s at 445 First street SU were* o! the* following size*, iii mic rons 37.2 percent. 7 or more; 17.5 pe rce nt, J J to 7; 12 5 percent, 2 1 to 3.3. ll percent. I I to 2 2; 21 8 percent, le*ss than I I Smaller particles are said to be more* likely to get de*e*pe*r into the* lungs and be* more* cause leer concern about health Sulphur Dioxide aver. hour I May 22. 0 I May 22. it I’he national standards (in terms of parts pe*r million) ll ill jge* for a year (arithmetic mean), and ll 14 maximum 24-conccntration, nett to be exceeded more* than once a year billy averages at 443 First stre*e*t SU were* May 17. ll IHM, IM. II 1117, May IM. II 025; May 211. ll H IK. May 21. (I IMM. May 033; May 23. 0.012. Average* for the* period was 0.027. hilly average's at KIMI First Stre*e*t NU we’re May 17. ll 020. IS, ll HIH. May IM. II (HH, May 20, 0.032; May 21. ll 035. May HIK. May 23. ll 013 Average for the period was ll (121 Coefficient of Haze Another measur<*ment of particulate matter \ reading of ll 53 is said to be equivalent of 75 mic rograms per cubic meter. a national standard for airborne* dust as outlined above* Headings at 445 H irst stre*e*t SU we’re* May 17. II 21, May IS. II 15. May IM. II 13; May 20, ll IS. May 21. II 27. May 22. ll 13. May 23 ll IIM Average for the* period was ll 17 Headings at HUH First street NU were May 17 ll 22. Max is. H 20; May IM, ll 22 May 20. 0.33 May 21. ll 31 May 22. 0.20. May 23. II 13. Average* for the* period was ll 23 Doing Cabinet Job for Free LONDON (AP) — Harold lever, Chaneellor eel the Duchy of Lancaster in Prime Minister Handel Wilson's Socialist cabinet, is doing the job for nothing Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster is a catc h all office* whose* holder can be used iii any se*ctor of government whe*re extra weight is ne*e*ele*el Lever was appointed as economic aelvise*r to Wilson But there* is a statutory limit ol IM to the numtier of cabinet ministers, who are* paul It.(NHI pounds — around $3(1 (MMI — a The Mount Mercy Kirkwood Summer Consortium is in its third year of providing great educational opportunities for eastern Iowans. Three sessions, two of a five week duration, and one of a ten week duration, will and credits can generally be transferred to any other accredited institution. be offered. Both Mount Merey and Kirkwood are fully accredited colleges * . ** - * • J j, •' i ' ■ * i' -S J Kirkwood Registration Procedures: Mail-in registration & materials are available in the Registrar's or Counselors office for persons who have been enrolled at Kirkwood during the 1973-74 academic year. Mail-in registrations will be accepted until May 24. Students who do not advance register will register on an alphabetical schedule June 3. For further information, contact: Director of Admissions Kirkwood Community College P.O. Box 2068 Cedar Rapids, Iowa 398*5517 /HOUN A* PCY COLIE GE Mount Merey registration Procedures-. Students registering for Mount Mercy courses may do so either at the Kirkwood or Mount Merey Registrar's office during daily business hours of 8 a m. 4.30 p.m. This is an ongoing registration procedure. For further information, contact: Director of Admissions Mount Mercy College I 330 Elmhurst Drive N.E. Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52402 363-821 3 Ext. 21 SESSION I 5 Weeks (June 10-July 12,1974) COURSE CATALOG CRE0IT CGURS( (MROll NUMBIR MUMBER COURSE HOURS TYH DAYS TIM( ROOM INSTRUCTOR UMI! PRE REQUISITl ART Ar 247 Painting Watercolor 3 SS MIWR 630 930p 42 JW lackson 15 none AT005T Fundamentals et Ceramics I 20 TA MIRI 933 1130a IXC Mullen AT0061 Fundamentals et Ceramics ll 20 1A MIRI 9311 1 1 30A IIC Mullen Aroon Fundamentals it Ceramics III 20 TA MIRI 930 1130a IXC Mullen BIOLOGY ll 215 Microbiology 3 SS MWF 1000 1200p 235M I lim 24 Bi 101 107 rn lab A IR 900 12Q0p 203M I lint 12 103 104 lab 8 IR 1230 330p 203M I lim 12 Bi315 Anthiopology 3 SS MTWRF 1000 !200p 229M McManus Bi 101 102 BY002T Principles el Biology loc IS MR 730 830a 330 (inst Bob ITII2T Principles et Biology Sem 40 IS TF 730 930a 238 (inst Bob BY9I2T Principles of Biology Sem 40 IS TF 930 1130a 238 Erns* Bab BY002T Principles of Biology lab TS MR IBA 242 (inst Bob BUSINESS IA325 Financial Accounting! 3 SS MTWRF 1200 200p ll Geiselhart Bi 165 166 BA379 Finance 3 SS MIWR 800 1000a 30BW [Imgien BA 165 166 IA352 Office administration 3 SS MTWRF 1000 1200p 308W Harrison AC00IT Principles ot Accounting I 30 M1WRF 930 HOOa 335A Cunningham 0(004! College Shorthand Transcription 40 M1WRF 730 930a 219 Reth AM005T Principles ot Management 40 MIWR 1030 I230p 343 Natyig COURSE CATALOG numbir member COURSE CREDIT HOURS COURSE rn QA*S time ROOM ENROLL INSTRUCTOR UMI? PREREQUISITE HISTORY H.400 Hi261 MYOOIT HY0161 European Study Germany Since the Retoimahon U S History I Europe-Age pf Monarchy 3 SS 3 SS 40 40 May 24 lune 14 MTWR TO MTWRF IO MIR 630 830o 1130 130p 530 830p ll c M Daly Shunner Gebhaid 0 Gebhard 0 Hill etl3 MATH Man Modern Hem Settee! Math 3 SS MTWRF BOO 1000a ll Drapac MUSIC MUOI IT Music Appieciahon 40 1Y MTRF 930 1130a R Traylor NURSING Nu 105 Health and Helping Nsg (7 necks) 3 SS MT WRE 800 1000a Nursing lab Staff 26 Soph Nursing PHILOSOPHY PI99 Metaphysics and Morality 3 5S MTWRF BOO 1000a 312W Ryan 20 Plot POLITICAL SCIENCE Pol 306 Political Problems 3 SS MTWR 630 830p I04M Mundahi PSYCHOLOGY Ps205 PY087T Psychology at Adjustment General Psychology 3 SS 4Q IO MFW! MTWRF (OOO 173(70 930 1130a jr;w B Wrfbai/m Johnson P 25 Ps ll SOCIOLOGY Soc 155 S000AT soon! Sociology et Social Pubiems Intra ti Sedately Sedillo et Poverty 3 5S 40 40 TO TO MTWR MTWRF MI WRE 800 1000a 130 930a 1130 1309 HOW 0 0 lyness Fronter fientei ‘ILC Individual learning Center typing is designed to complete individualized typewriting instruction for every student participating It utilizes audiovisual equipment and materials the learning carrel and tutorial assistance to guide each student at his own pace until he masters the concepts and skills to a predetermined proficiency standard A student may begin a typing module or course on any working day of the year and may establish his own hours for study Every student in IIC typing has continual contact with an instructor faciliator on o one to one basis SESSION ll 10 Weeks (June 10-August 16,1974) Alphabetic Keyboard    MI    IS    (BA    IBA    211    hays Mumber Keys Shill Drive    SO    Ii    IBA    IBA    218    Mays Cafrespondence I Skill Drive    50    IB    IBA    IBA    218    Mays Iabulatian I Manuscript I    50    IB    IBA    IBA    218    Mays Ctrrespofldence ll Skill Olives    50    IB    IBA    IBA    218    Mays Business Foims Manuscript ll    50    18    IBA    IBA    218    Mays Correspnndence III Skill Drives    50    IB    IBA    IBA    218    Mays Tabulation ll Manuscript III    50    IB    IBA    IBA    218    Mays Cbfrespondence IV Skill Onves    50    ll    IBA    IBA    211    Mays Business Foins ll Manuscript IV    50    IB    IBA    IBA    218    Mays Correspondence V Skill Brines    50    IB    IBA    IBA    218    Mays Tabulations III Manuscript V    50    TB    IBA    IBA    218    Mays Coriespondence VI Skill Drives    70    IB    IBA    IBA    21S    Mays Business Ferns III Manuscript VI    50    ll    IBA    IBA    218    Mays Conespendence VII Skill Drives    50    IB    IBA    IBA    718    Mays Tabulation IV Manuscript VII    50    IB    IBA    IBA    2tB    Mays Secretarial droi I Skill Orives    50    IB    IBA    IBA    218    Mays Secretarial Mroi ll Skill Drives    50    IB    IBA    IBA    218    Mays Career Protect    I Skill Onves    50    IB    IBA    IBA    218    Mays Career Protect    ll Skill Olives    50    IB    IBA    IBA    218    Mays Career Protect    til Skill Olives    50    IB    IBA    IBA    218    Mays Career Protect    IV Skull Olives    50    IB    IBA    IBA    218    Mays Career Project    V Skill Olives    50    IB    IBA    IBA    218    Mays Speed Accuracy I Prod Bidi    50    IS    IBA    IBA    218    Mays Individual Prescribed Instruction    SO    18    IBA    IBA    2H    Mays 0C014T 0(015! MO IIT OU) UT 0(01 BT 0(019! 0(020T 0(0211 0(022! 0(0731 0(024! 0(0251 0(027T 0(0211 0(029! 0(030! 0(031! 0(032! 0(0331 0(034! 0(0351 0(036! 0(037! 0(031! 0(039! These censes i CHEMISTRY CN001T CHOOIf COUNSELING P00051 P0005T CRIMINAL JUSTICE CI200 A    Cmtenpeiaiy Issues in Con    lustict (.12001    Contenpnary Issues in Clin    lustier 110031    Criminal law I C0003I    I    Kn81*1    Correct Institutions ART ATQ11T AT012T ATH 31 AT015T *10161 A10I7! BIOLOGY Bi IQI BUSINESS Fundamentals et Orawmg I    20 r flameouts lf Drawing ll    70 undamentals of D-awing III    20 Fundamentals of Painting I    70 Fundamentals et Painting ll    20 Fundamentals et Pamtmg III    20 Invertebrate Zoology    3    SS lab A    3    5S lab 8 labC AC003T Pimciples bl Accounting III IO IW005T Business Ian 40 0(0091 Office Machines- 30 0(010! Filing Systems and Reds Mgmr 3Q MKOOIT Principles et Mantling 40 AC001 Accounting Survey I 30 POOOI Personal Development I IO 0(0071 Shot (hand It 40 IIC CRIMINAL JUSTICE W 1230 330p U Mullen W 1230 330Pp U Mullen w 1230 330p u Mullen w 1230 3369 u Mullen w 1230 330b u Mullen w 1230 3309 u Mullen IR 900 1030a 235M Peters W 800 1138a 203M Peters F BOO 1130 263M Peters Ik IOO 430 ’ 03 Peters 630 930p 335A Cunningham MTWR 830 930a 343 Malin MIWA 1130 1230p 218 Staff MIWR 1230 130p 3 3 SA Linn MW 630 830p 343 Kuhn MTWR 1230 !30p 335B Cunningham W mo l?30p 346 Swanson w 73N0 830a 218 Linn MWF 830 930a 216 Linn TR 830 930a 218 IMM W 730 930a 216 Linn MTWRF 830 930a 216 Linn IBA IBA 338 Stall Clwkshp Police Super vision 3 SS TF 1000 12000 104M Ferns IE8831 Tiattic Cautio) IO IO S 800 1200a OC Ferns Pimciples et Chemistry 40 IS MWF 830 1130a 246 Hover Boh COUNSELING Principles ot Chemistry lab TS TR 830 1130a 241 Heyet Bob P00QST Human Potential lab 70 TC w 900 1200p 223A Staff PD0051 Human Potential lab 20 IC s 900 !?00p 2234 Staff Human Potential lab 20 IC MWF 930 1130a 335B Meade P0005T Human Potential lab ?Q TC s 989 12000 3358 Staff Human Potential lab 20 TC TR 630 93flp W Meade P0005T Human Potential lab 20 IC w 1230 3309 8 Staff year And there wert* already IM Wilson was stt koeii lo have Lever iii his cabinet, however, that Lever volunteered lo do (hr* jot) witll no ministerial salary All he ll get will be the 4.DHM pounds — $10.3511 — a year paid to ordinary members of parliament Lever won t starve He is a wealthy man iii his own right and is married to a Lebanese heiress. UN HHS MXI I iii |7ft ’Iennessee was organized .is a terr Hor v EDUCATION (0 245 ti 257 IO 315 (0160 Cl JU INGLISH tnt! I Oui affinal Mrflu lur tiacheis llemeiiliiy Curriculum lit lur the Adnescent flit (thine Perspective Principles A Practices ut Guidance I durational law Rights and Rrspmsibility ut tducatirs literary Analysis (n703    Advanced Wilting (u705    linguistics (4 Weeks) CM I O11    Composition! CM 1061    ftlectivo Reading    A Study CM 1061    Uterine Reading    A Study CM IOU    Reading lab CM I OII    Reading lab CM7B4I    Speech (lnterpeisonal) CM7011    Speech (Public Speaking) FOREIGN LANGUAGES (IOMI    •    (lementary Spanish It 110151    *    I lementary Spanish III 110161    *    Intermediate Spanish I HOI It    *    Inteimediatr Spanish ll MOIR!    *    lnteimediatt Spanish III * Individualised Study Center MI WRI M1WRF BW! WRI MIWRI MIWRI MIWRI M1WR M1WR MIRI MIRI MIWRI MIWRI MIWRI MIWRI MIWRI MIWRI MIWRI M1WRF •for each course token the student will choose a course set hon number hour course must arrange 36 hours of attendance Student taking a 4 hour 3 SS 3 SS 40 40 I ISS 3 SS 3 SS 3 SS 3 SS 3 SS 3 5S ISS 40 30 30 IO IO 30 30 40 40 30 30 30 M1WR 630 B30P 24 m Inhnsnn INGLISH MIWR 1000 l?00p 741M I Stinson CM IOU Composition I to ti MTWRF 830 930a AA I Anderson MTWRF 130 33flp IXC Staff CHHIT (imposition I 4Q TE MTWRF 930 1053a AA I Anderun CHHIT Camp I ID lf MW HO 950) AA Staff MIR 530 8300 IXC Gaidnei CMI IIT Comp ll (Humanities) 40 TE MI WM) 931) 1130* I Simi CMI I6T Comp ll (Mass Media) to ll IR 730 930o AA Aldndge R M1WRF 800 1000a 21 Bat tin mon Intro to literature I to !( MI WRE 1630 1130a I I Anderson M1WRF 1000 HOOP ll (Piel mon Masterpieces ol literature I 40 TE MIWRI mo mop AiOndge R CM2Q4T Speech (Inteipeisonai) 30 TP I 730 10389 f Moidenhaufi MTWRF 1000 17000 AKP Ritchie CM 2 04! Speech (Interpersonal) 30 IP R 730 I030p F Klinefelter M T WRE 800 mon* mw Dnughan CM IOU Composition I 40 It R 600 I HOOP OC Millis M1WRF SOO (OOO* 31 HW Paul ECONOMICS IC004T Economics I ll III iMndulai) 30 IO W 900 1?0flp H Mnu# 1000 t?00p 900 1100a BOO 1100a 930 1130a 830 930a 1030 1130a 930 1030a 1130 I730p 130 930a 930 1130a 930 I730p 930 I730p 930 1130a <330 1 1 30a 930 1130a 930 1030a 1030 1130a 1130 I730p 370W 309W 707W Bl I I Andersen Foi Roth Aldndge R MrKay A Mf hay A McAjy A McAay A Motdenhauei I Miidenhauei I In 13 Ii et per mis Ii or Pei mis 736 736 736 236 216 736 731 236 738 236 231 nd an ISC set hon number Student taking a 3 .use must arrange 48 hours cif attendance (COOST (C006I FOREIGN LANGUAGE See Session I LIBRARY (SOOS! 15009! 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