Cedar Rapids Gazette, June 4, 1974, Page 9

Cedar Rapids Gazette

June 04, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 4, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa The Cedar Kapids Gazette: Tuts., June t, 1OT4 Degrees Are Conferred on East lowans at ISU AMES University degrees were awarded students at Iowa State university recently. Unless otherwise designated, students whose names appear below were awarded bachelor of science degrees. East lowans whose names were on the list include: Altiurnctt Janet L. Booth, family environment; Kiloen K. Flitsch, history. Anamosu Cynthia A. BA in applh'd art, gener- al applied art. Ulalrstown Mary E. Airy, elementary education; Carol J. liuddicker, psychology; Charles Ci. Macku, mechanical engi- neering. lirouklj'n Laurel A. Bran- nian, PhD in homo economics education; Tcryl R. Matters, RA in English. Calmar Wanda A. Bouska, bacteriology; Barbara F. Frana, I3A in applied arts. Cedar Rapids David A. Anderson, fisheries and wildlife biology; Dorecn L. Anderson, bacteriology; Doris J. Andes, h o in e economics education; Becky S. Ariana, psychology; Gregory P. Awbrey, BA in speech; Randall E. Bocse, ce- ramic engineering; Duanc A. Boggs, French and psychology (with distinction honors Eugene P. B o r d e 1 o n computer science (with distinction honors Benedict J. Brasser, chemical engineering; William A. Byrd, psychology (with dis- tinction lionors Hichard A. Carlson, industrial administration (with distinc- David'F. Carrithcrs, BA philosophy; Marvin J. Coppess, industrial administration; John R. Dunn, economics; Sherry L. Ewen, child development (with Keith R. Farley, electrical F. Franklin, biology; Diane E. Garberson, BA in political science, (with Jeffrey H. Card, elementary education; Mark C. Hailman, economics; Dennis L. Hemphill, landscape architecture; Kevin C. Ho 11 h a u s, engineering science; Scott A. Huebsch, zool- ogy; Kim H. Johnson, landscape architecture; Thomas J. Jones, III, bacteri- ology; Kenneth A. Kasparek, zoology; Deborah A. Kirby, psychology; Robert J. Klinsky, biology; John S. Kovarik, civil engineering; Gerald E. Kvarda, industrial engineering; James H. Lahr, electrical engineering; Susan M. Listenbarger, BA in English; Richard D. Livingston, indus- trial education; Carol E. Mar- tin, BA in French; Sheila L Martinson, home economics ed- ucation; Terry A. Martinson institution management; Joar Marsh Maxwell, BA in English and Spanish; Allen G. Merta, urban planning; Robert W. No- votny, mechanical engineering (with Kimberly D. Orr, mathemat- ics; Dennis E. Paul, indus- State Agency Clears Path To Update Mansion DBS MOINES (UPI) The Iowa executive council Monday gave the green light to the ar- chitect in charge of remodeling the Terrace Hill mansion here to begin accepting bids for sprucing up the Victorian era structure. The council voted unanimous- ly to allow Wagner Marquarl Architects of Des Moines to de (ermine specifications and to begin accepting bids for worK on the mansion, which will be the future governor's home. State Treasurer Maurice Baringer said 'a appro priation from the 1974 legisla lure plus about from the sale of Terrace Hill medal lions will be coupled with money received from the sale of the present governor's mansion lo remodel the structure. He said a total of abou will be available for the repair and remodeling work. Baringer said work on the mansion probably will begin later this year and said the masnion may be ready for oc cupancy by the governor by mic 1975. He said Ihe work would in elude rewiring, new plumbing a i i- conditioning and other plus remodeling of the mansion's third floor into a home for the governor's family. trial administration; Hubert Pence, industrial administra- tion; Barbara A. Rector, wo- men's p h y s i c a 1 education; Lawrence M. Reilly, DVM in veterinary medicine; Kenneth B. Rigoni, electrical engineer- ing; Ronald D. Rocca, computer ii'ticc; George M. Itomanowsky, en. :ineering science; Vaughn E. iassc, electrical engineering; Sally J. Schwitters, industrial Klministration; Mary E. Scott, i o m e economics education with Glen W. Sellers, jr., electrical engineer- ng; Janice S. Shipton, BA in ap- plied arts, interior design; San- dra K. Smiley, child develop- nent (with distinction honors Harlan J. Sloa, BA n architecture, (with distinc- Barbara Miller Tigan, ipplicd art, advertising design; David J. Tomlinson, elec- .rical engineering; Dorothy L. Tschopp, sociology (with dis- Allyn R. Vannoy, economics; Raymond D. Vick, chemistry; Mark A. Votroubek, n d u s t r i al administration; Roger L. Wainwright, PhD in computer science; Julia L. Westcot. family environment; Gary W. Weston, psychology; David W. Windus, zoology; L. Winger, horticulture; Lyle D. Wright, civil engineer- ing. Central City Elaine V. Houmes, bacteriology; Marilyn Shover Sulewski, food and nu- trition, food science. Chelsea. John C. Fetter farm operation. Clarence Mike E. Hcin mechanical engineering. Cluticr Kathy Krezck Larson, history. Coggori Stephanie Hunlei Franson, industrial administra- tion. Columbus Junction Vivan M. Jennings, PhD in agronomy. Decorah Mark L. Aschim, fisheries and wildlife biology Helen A. Bruening, history; Robert D. Ellingson, ag- ricultural business; Suzanne K Falck, child development; Dur- win E. Hegg, chemical engi- neering; Wendall C. Kalsow, architec- ture (with distinction honors John J. Miller, M in agricultural economics; John E. Overland, physics; Michael A. Schmelzer, MS in chemistry; William L. Varner, industria: administration. Deep River David W Merck, agricultural education (with Delhi Ann L. Bacon, fooc technology; Ralph D. Cooey, in- dustrial engineering; Craig S Johnson, animal science (with distinction honors program' Susan Shearer Wittenberger child development. Dyersville Mary L. plen- kels, food and nutrition, diete tics. Dysart Gerald L. Dostal chemical engineering; Peggy A Lewman, English; Linda J, Wrage, outdoor recreation re- sources. Edsewood David E. Gould, fisheries and wildlife biology. Elgin Susan R. Gibbs, so- ciology. Elkader Craig G. Watson animal science (with distinc- Fairfax Danny W. Earsa DV Min veterinary medicine Janine C. Freeman, food ant nutrition, dietetics. Fort Atkinson Leo L Kapler, horticulture. Garnavillo Gerald A Bi s c h o f f, political science Harold L. Bischoff, politica science; Leon J. Rodas, BA ii physical education for men Garrison Jerry L. Henry electrical engineering. Guttcnburs Richard R. Al- lenstein, landscape architecture Kim Pedretti Snook, psychol- ogy; Ann C. Vorwald, biology. H. Gardner 20 YEARS AGO Foreign Aid Director Harold E. Stasscn .said lie would fire any employe who gave unauthorized informa lion to Sen. Joseph R. Mc- Carthy. jr., construction engineering, Hiawatha -Thomas A. Erick- on, mechanical engineering. Hopkintun Mary L. Gear- lart, computer science; Elaine Welter Hammcs, food and nu- rition. Independence Clmilc-s E. ielgarde, civil engineering; Daniel T. Crawford, civil engi- leering; Tcrrencc E. Crawford, ivil engineering; Robert G. Duller, civil engineering; Carol Funk, textiles and Nothing; Teresa I. Ivcs, physi- education for women; Dav- d F. Martin, BA in architcc- ,urc. Iowa City Gary A. Bells, 3A in architecture; William F. Chalmers, AA in farm opera- ion; Kenneth F. Flanncry, speech; John P. C McNutt, ag- business; Gayle J. rfeade, home economics. Kcswick John C. Bender, civil engineering. Keystone Dean L. Seeck, agricultural business; Kerry L. Scverin, BA in speech. Lament Kent S. Hall, MA n political science; Thomas D. Hayes, agricultural journalism. Lone Tree Robert J. Jond- Cavanagh Bid For Governor DETROIT (AP) Former Detroit Mayor Jerome Cavan agh, who underwent surgery foi cancer two months ago, an nounced Tuesday that he wouk seek the Democratic gubernato rial nomination. 20 YEARS AGO Monticelli voters authorized issuance o in bonds to finance con struction of a new elemental1 school. (ti'tlttr iUtputa "Established hil8B3 by The Gazelle Co. ona published daily and Sunday at 500 Third ave. SE, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52406. Rapids, Iowa. Subscription rales by carrier 95 cents a week. By malt: Night Edition and Sunday 6 issues 13.75 a 139.00 a year: Af- ternoon Editions and Sunday 7 Issues a month, a year. Other nntl U.S. territories a year. No Malt Subscriptions accepted In areas having Goicttc carrier service. The Associated Press is entitled exclusively to the use tor rcpubllcallon of all the local new) printed In this news- paper as well as all AP news dispatches. It, PhD ill agronomy. j Montlcello Claret W.jLylc It. physical Kathleen M. Parr.i Lawrence, MS in agricultural! lion for child Dennis J. lialie, Olaf Paul L. llenrik- Manchester Ardith business; Norman fisheries and wildlife biol- Jones, family agricultural Jerry R. Klinkenbcrg, Handy Kchrli, public engineering; Connie and administration in Vernon Darwin Rude, BA in sociology. ture: Mark S. Pation, forestry; Kathleen M. service- and administration McKlrilcy, BA MS in textiles and agriculture; Ronald D. (honor civil Stoncr, home Nancy K. Barta, Marlon David H. and clothing. a n i m a 1 science; Philip Knelish Lon _ Roger H. Hotz, Hanna, DVM in outdoor recreation Gerald M. Stam- medicine; Hilly A. lierren, mathematics (lionors ticulture; Carol J. Mason, Thomas W. development; Teresa I'oint Gregg Wade, psychology; Anne Keith L. Behrens, agricultural busi- W h a r f f child Richard W. Thomas A. Yuva, engineering; Bonnie Hill Lyon, R. Curtis X.ingula, Miller, AA in farm in English. Paulctte Smith Charles O. Geadel- Martclle Roger L. in biology; Dennis D. Sol- son, agricultural Deann L. industrial administration; Masoiivillc Deanna education N. Thien, industrial Marquardt, food and Vicky L. Paul H. McHoberts, Joseph G. zoology. farm Richard C. Cooper, McGregor Sandra L. Francis science ;David F. Dos- terson, industrial zoology (with Mcclianicsville William Roland J. E. Lyon, dairy science; Robinson, agricultural B. Pagel, history; Kenneth P. Plum, women's phys- Monona Steven G. animal education; Deborah S. Sev- aerospace engineering Lois F. biology; Monica Dolezal economics women's physical edu- cation; Carol Carlson Thicn, el- 'mentary education (with dis- tinction) Daniel P. Wulff, soci- ology, (honors Traer Joleen K. Dostal, horticulture; David H. Munger, chemical engineering; Donna J. Starck, home economies educa- tion. Van Home Steven K. Pe- lersen, agricultural business; Dennis L. Wallace, BA in ar- chitecture. Victor George M. Bai- tinger, electrical engineering. Vinton Jolcne L. Rinderk- necht, BA in elementary educa- tion and French (with distinc- Judith A. Sehmitz, math- cmatics (with Douglas L. Stufflcbeam, En- glish. Watkins Judy A. Heme- sath, home economics educa- tion. Waucoma Richard A Adams, mathematics; James A Brincks, AA in farm opera- tions. Waukon Paul F. Brandt, fisheries and wildlife biology; Diana M. Hoffmann, food anc nutrition, dietetics; Brant W Hollensbc, industrial e d u c a- lion; Bruce W. Hollcnsbe, BA in speech; Debra K. Nash, fam- ily environment; James V. Wit- tenberger, food technology. Wellman Beverly J. reincr, elementary education; Frederick T. Miller, MS in chemical engineering; Denny F. Yoder, farm operation (with West Branch Michael S. Anderson, industrial adminis- tration; Debra L. Parker, BA in history. West Liberty Lloyd A. Nussbaum, urban planning. West Union Shed A. Saboe, textiles and clothing. Williamsbure _ Debra K. Bowman, food and nutrition, dietetics; Janet R. Doschadis, women's physical education; Evelyn J. Jones, MS in family environmenl; Philip E. Mc- Cune, DVM in velerinary med- icine; Leslie A. Mumm, indus- trial engineering. Wilton Junction Joann Voss, Winthrop Donald A. Cook, DVM in veterinary medicine; Roger W. Frimml, agricultural engineering; Daryl J. Funk, DVM in veterinary medicine. Wyoming James L. Jettcr, institution management, college and food housing administra- tion. Enroll in Blue Cross Blue Shield Depositor Group Plan thru- First Trust and Savings Bank Regardless of past or present Health Condition 11 month waiting period on existing health conditions, 9 month waiting period on tonsil and adenoid operations, 270 day waiting, period on maternity. Regardless of Age 6 month waiting period on existing conditions for persons age 65 and older. And with automatic payment of Dues from your Checking Account LIMITED ENROLLMENT PERIOD The limited enrollment period will be from June 4, 1974, to June representatives of Blue Cross-Blue Shield will be in our main bank, 1201 Third St. S.E., Cedar Rapids, and our Ely office in Ely, Iowa, every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday during the a.m. to a.m. Information may also be obtained at our office at 1820 First Ave. N.E., Cedar Rapids. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Iowa Working together for your well being. 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