Cedar Rapids Gazette, May 27, 1974, Page 9

Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette May 27, 1974

Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - May 27, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Iowa's Pop Wine Decreased by Sales One-Third Harrison Weber Kerry McMahon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert McMahon, Fayette, plans to be one of the participants in tho Children's Art and Crafts Workshops, June 10-June 28 and July 8-July 25. Art Workshop For Children FAYETTE — ‘ We are presiding a unique opportunity that is largely unavailable elsewhere to children in our area,” says Emmett Van Buskirk, assistant professor of art and innovator of Upper Iowa College’s new series of children’s arts and crafts workshops. The workshops, which will be offered in two different and .separate sections June 10-28 and July 8-25, are designed to bring area children in grades three through eight to Upper Iowa’s campus daily for two hours of instruction and experimentation in a variety of art forms. Upper Iowa’s program is designed to supplement rather than supplant area public school programs and, according to Van Buskirk, it “has an advantage that most public schools lack in that we can devote a large block of time daily to experimenting with a variety of different materials.” Sizv of Ii nm i» Art forms that the class will probably deal with include watercolor, painting, sand casting, plaster sculpture, puppet and marionette construction, and print making. Van Buskirk said, “the size of the group will determine to some extent the different things that we will be doing.” The summer arts and crafts programs mesh well with the school’s normal curriculum in that most of Upper Iowa’s art graduates eventually go into teaching on some level in the public school system. Having an active children’s art program on campus will provide Upper Iowa’s regular students an opportunity to gain valuable experience in methods and materials for elementary art education. By Harrison Weber DES MOINES Apparently the? drinking habits of Iowa’s young people are changing as pop wine sales iii stale liquor stores have fallen sharply. Sales are down one third from a year ago, reports Holland (iallagher, director of the Iowa beer and liquor control department. But, he added, whim compared to other states, Iowa’s sales are still good Two of the three pop wines sold in Iowa are among the top six items sold by the state. Pop wines have been very popular with the college students, (Iallagher noted But instead of selling 12,000 to 15,(KH) cases a month of these three pop wines, Iowa is only selling around 8,000 cases. Culver Reporters going through campaign contribution reports were taken aback by one contribution received by Citizens for Culver. It seems that Robert Cochran of New York contributed to John Culver’s campaign for the U. S. senate. Cochran is the broadcast coordinator for the national foot ball league. But then again maybe the reporters shouldn’t have been surprised; Culver was an outstanding fullback at Harvard. Homestead Credit If you’re buying a house on contract, a law passed by the Iowa legislature on homestead credit could save you up to $62.50. It makes a contract purchaser eligible for the credit as long as the purchaser lives in the house and has the contract recorded, no matter how little equity the individual ha1 in the property. Previously a contract purchaser was re quired to have an equity of ten percent before becoming eligible for the credit. Homestead credit is 25 mills on the first $2,500 assessed valuation, up to a maximum of $62.50. In order to get the credit a person must file a claim with his local assessor by July I. DOT Paul Hcitman, an official in the state office of planning and programming, has probably done more research work on the bill to create a state department of transportation than any other public official in the state. Hcitman has an interesting observation on the bill passed by the legislature to establish a department of transportation One of the most signifi cant features of the bill, he relates, is that it includes regulation of transportation New York state, Beltman reports, is the only other state having a department of transportation that is empowered to regulate transportation per sc. The Iowa bill calls for consolidating various state agen aes including the highway commission, aeronautics commission, reciprocity board and several divisions of the commerce commission and state department of public safety as well as creating a railroad division Agent For the first time in the history of the state bureau of criminal investigation one of the agents will have a law degree. He is James B. Walter, Iowa City, who is scheduled to be sworn in on June I. Walter is receiving his law degree from the University of Iowa. The Odar Rapids Gazette: Mon., May 27, 11)74    9 Willia rn Penn Degrees Are Earned by East Iowans OSKALOOSA — The following Marlene Morrison Pedigo, Mai-Eastern Iowa students have com, BA sociology and elcmen-been awarded the bachelor of tary education, arts degrees at commencement Debra Lynn R o bins o ii , ceremonies this month:    Marion, BA home economics; Patricia Best, North English, Kristene K. Westphal, Wyom BA elementary education; mg, BA physical education Terry Ann Brannian, Malcom.1 BA elementary education and Blame Rain on Just business administration; Lucyi ^    ...    . hi__ Mac Davis, Mt. Vernon, BA in-1 Missing Umbtel strumental music; Rebecca PORT ELIZABETH, South Doty, Brooklyn, BA elementary;Africa (AP)—From the month-education.    ]y journal of the Assn. of Law Carroll (Skip) Borsch, jr., I Societies of South Africa: Marengo, BA elementary eduea-    “It raineth    every day tion and human relations; Dee    “Upon the just and unjust fcl- Ann Marie l/?hrman, Stanwood, I la BA chemistry; Larry Malin, Si-    “But more    upon the just, goumey, BA business admiriis-    “because Aration; Lawrence Allen Messer, “The unjust has the just s Shellsburg, BA social science; umbrella.” Svrrral I earn Two Upper Iowa art students will assist Van Buskirk with programs, Patti Spratt, Oelwein, and Linda Harens, the Greendale, Wig. Van Buskirk said he has been thinking about some form of children’s arts and crafts workshop for several years, but “I just haven’t had the time or the opportunity to develop a program before now." He feels the workshops will fill a void, “there is not much available in the summer to public school students in our area other than athletic programs.” Upper Iowa’s program will be held week days from 8:30-10:30 a rn. Each program will be divided into two grade levels to insure the most individual attention and instruction possible. The $25 registration charge for the children includes all supplies except for a few scraps from home. Children or parents interested in receiving a brochure or additional information on the program should contact Van Buskirk directly at the Upper Iowa art department, Fayette 52142. Republican Leaders Meet in Des Moines Journalism Workshops Are Set at U. of Iowa IOWA CITY — High school of journalism workshops, school I students from Iowa and the of journalism, the University Midwest will have the oppor- of Iowa, Iowa City. (unity to learn and practice I journalism skills this summer at the University of Iowa Journalism Workshops. The yearbook workshop,! ! June 10-14, will emphasize techniques of layout, writing cap-; tions and copy, photography! and graphic design. Tile workshop for high school newspaper staffs, June 17-21, will feature classes in basic newspaper, school page, indepth reporting, feature writing, radio-TV broadcasting and photojournalism and an advanced class for editors. Jhe fee for either workshop is $65, which includes board and room at U. of I. dormitories, tuition, supplies, recreation and entertainment. An additional $15 lab fee will be charged for photographers. Six work shops for high school teachers will be avail able for 2 or 3 hours of U. of I credit. Either news writing techniques or methods of mass media instruction may be taken June 10-21; advising school publications or publication design and typography June 24-July 5; and photography — beginning and advanced or indepth reporting July 8 19. hl c uAiMPo i. * J.    I    The    fee    (which    does    not    in-, DES MOINES Republican|a person campaign fund raiser, dude room and board) for each county leaders statewide will “A Nile with Bob Ray and workshop is $30 per semester Friends’’, to be held erans auditorium. gather in Des Moines Tuesday lo* a Republican state council mite ting to be held in the Sa-wiry hotel.    IO    YEARS    AGO Tile meeting, the second held1 ^°^1Ili>on announced I Iii st [levi ranee at for student due June I. President a historic Reservations year will feature an gp-Rnnsuiar treaty with Russia and workshops ale during the noonjtprm('d it a significant step in Registration forms and further for any of the the American and Soviet peo-1 workshops can I be obtained pies.    I    from John M. Butler, director luncheon by Mary louise Smith, building understanding between information co-chairman of the Republican National committee. State Sen. George Milligan and State Rep. David Stanley, candidates for the Republican domination for the U.S. senate, also will speak. A Rule 29* /pen Jiearing will begin at I 1:3(1 J5.m. to discuss party reform and is open to (lie public j Other topics scheduled for iiscussioti are the 1974 cam*, aaign, platform development and tile state of the party. Hounding out the day s activi-tes is Gpv. Robert Ray’s $100 Dog Attacks On Animals Reported TOLEDO — Milo Quigley, Tama county sheriff, said this week that dogs have been killing farmers’ sheep and cattle in the Clutier-Elberon-Vining area. The dogs are not eating the meat which indicates, Quigley said, that they are wellfed and are not wild, but have I strayed from home premises. Any farmer in Tama county who sees dogs running or haras- j sing livestock has the right to; shoot the dogs and then notify the sheriff’s office, Quigley said. I If a farmer shoots a dog that | is tagged, its owner must pay | damages incurred by Hie farm er. Nick Kriegei. Tama county j deputy sheriff, was called to the | Willard Balfour farm north of Toledo last week after Balfour redried that two dogs were! chasing sheen in his feedlot. The ; dogs had the sheep cornered and were reportedly ready to at-! tack when Balfour discovered them. He succeeded in chasing the dogs into a granary and I locked them in. Kriegei shot both dogs who j were apparently strays as they ] wore neither collars nor tags. Vet- credit hour. Those who enroll Qne was a German shepherd in the photography workshop and the other ta collie. must supply their own film and    ____ paper.    id    YEARS AGD - A delegate slate pledged to Barry Gold-water was turned down by Re-1 publicans and a governor sworn to erect barriers against civil! rights was nominated in Florida’s primary. MU LE KOF FS    open TUESDAY J 2 Vt acres of everything for the home Drapery Dept., 2nd Floor 9 a.m. ’til 9 p.m. MOCHAN WOODMEN S EDUCATIONAL PLANS 1 provide your child's v*ay through college iV' lf your summer furniture has the outdoor “drabs’’ . . . Perk it up with Bright, floral, wipe-clean Replacement Pads MI RION ll. KKI'MKI I TU Wmdtoi O' NI («doi lopiih, Iowa Phono J// 00/1 MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA Fraternal    Insurance Home    Ulend, llllnoie Look al your outdoor furniture. 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You’ll find many unusual bargains in this sale. All carpets top quality, all by famous makers. New spring patterns, various textures and many colorations to select from. This is your chance to carpet or recarpet your complete home at a savings price . . . some carpets as low as $2.99 a square yard. Don’t hesitate to shop our sale. Buy now and save many dollars. ARMSTRONG Indoor-Outdoor CARPET 6 ft. wide. Choose from red, green, brown and blue. SAVE $-«66 NOW I Lin. ft. ROOM SIZE REMNANTS Huge selection to choose from. Many colors and textures. All at clearance price. lA Off CARPET SAMPLES 27 inch by 18 inch size. Discontinued patterns. Assorted colors. 49 Each Reg. $10.95 Blue/green, sculptured pattern, Acrylic pile. 42 square yards.........Sq. Yd. Reg. $10.95 Spanish pepper, sculptured pattern, Acrylic pile. 120 square yards.,. Sq. Yd. Reg. $10.95 Rust/leather, sculptured pattern, Acrylic pile. 109 square yards Sq. Yd. 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Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette

Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Issue Date: May 27, 1974

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