Cedar Rapids Gazette, July 11, 1974, Page 38

Cedar Rapids Gazette

July 11, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 11, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Mama Mew Additional Entertainment Listed tor Marion Event Wind Damage Ljnn County Expands Is Reported in    lr Solon vicinity Sheltered Workshops SOLON — A number of rural residents near here suspect that more than high winds were in-!programs to serve handicapped volved in the violent rainstorm persons will be opening in Linn Several additions and changes were announced Thursday by the Marion Chamber of Commerce retail bureau in the schedule of free entertainment to be offered during Country fair days Friday and Saturday in Marion’s city park. New entertainment not previously listed includes: The Cedar Rhapsody Chorus of Sweet Adelines, the Pocatee Pickling Co., which specializes in bluegrass and oldtime music, and Terry Vik, a pantomimist. The entire free entertainment lineup is: Friday, at 7:30 p.m. karate demonstration; at 8:30, pan-j tomime by Vik; Saturday, at noon. Boddicker accordion I band; at I p.m., Sing Out Cedar Rapids; at 2, Sweet Adelines; at 3, Dave Dighton band; at 4. karate demonstration; at 5, Masters Gospel quartette; at 6. Sing Out Cedar Rapids; at 7, Pocatee Pickling Co. Entertainers will perform on a stage located on the shuffleboard court in the center of the park. Leo Greco is entertainment chairman. Tile retail bureau also announced it will serve IOO watermelons free to young persons at the third annual fair. Serving will begin Saturday at 2 and will continue until all of the watermelons are eaten. Keith Windenburg is in charge of the Watermelon feed. * * * which hit Eastern Iowa Wednes day evening. Several sheds and other small Housing Housing will be provided by the hospital, as well as furnishings, social services and medical sur-Two new sheltered workshop center direct service unit, will; voidance. The health center will provide social .services to the provide funding and business clients and their families. The management, on-site and program is funded through the j s^arcd j n1^us^uot _(^^> health center with purchase-of service agreements with the de located in the East building of [The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Thur*.. July ll, 1971 the hospital. C-L District Hires Voc-Ag Instructor LOWDEN — It    was reported    grounds and    would be used for at the July meeting of the    major repairs such as building ment provided through    special-    Clarence-Lowden    Community    tuckpointing;    roof repairs, side- ized services. Vocational    Reha-1    school board that    a vocational    walks, play    areas and window biliation and the department of agrjcuiture instructor will be replacement. Hoard Election social services will contribute,    ,    ., supporting funds on an ind.vidal I ava"able t0 ,he dlstrlct for the client basis. 1974-75 school year. Hospital facilities such as the: Larry Massom was recently cafeteria and therapy as in-:hired by the Lincoln Community, The school board election will IO. Board members county this month. Both are expansions of the buildings were destroyed on the Linn county health center’s spe- James Prochaska farm during I cialized services unit. The new    partment of social    services    and the height of the storm at ap- j Squaw Creek center is located    support    for selected clients from proximately 7.30 p.m    at highway 151 and Forty-fourth'vocational Rehabilitation. The Johnson county sheriff’s 4 VA.    . department received about a I s*ree^ ,n Marion. The St. Luke s;    Primary    Goal half-dozen calls from Solon area center is in St. Luke’s hospital, j    wjjj    provide    exresidents reporting what ap- The Squaw Creek center re-lf_n. H choitrrnH «mninvmont toi  —______ „    ...... peared to be funnel clouds at ceived its first contracts Mon-1    .    j    ture in serving the physically Clarence-Lowden high school. | Wenndt, that time. *    day and handicapped clients I PeoP ^^slca    ^handicapped    in a hospital set-He will organize a Future A number    of county    roads;were on hand to begin work on    disabilities which prevent them    ting At ^e end of    the year’s were blocked    by fallen    trees.    them. The Squaw Creek center    from participating in comped-    operation, the health    center and There also were numerous re-will be a sheltered workshop to1 five employment. Its primary;St. Luke’s will determine to-,-.-    —......  '    °" can be obtained from Doris ports of minor    damage to farm    fill contracts for work from    goal is to help each individual.gether the success of    the opera-    school.    Hasselbu«ch    board    secretary local industries, and will serve a    develop to his maximum educa-    tion and whether it    should be    Board members approved the and must    be’filed    before Aug.    I inch of wide variety of developmentally    tional,    vocational,    social    and continued or expanded    (budget estimate for 1974-75 and; .    ,    ,    . J people who cannot emotional capacity    I    ——- set publication of the estimate' Erwin Roauska, a graduate of in competitive em- addi(ion eaabling spe- . m_! I Clinnp4r for ^    budget    Iowa State University wa., em- cialized services to serve morel L'OUTICI I ->UggeSTS hearing to be Aug. 5.    ployed    by    the    board    as    high dicalcd will be available to t hoi school district and will be teach- whose terms expire are Randall The    Squaw    Creek    center    re-j. . . choUor-oH emntnvmont to clients.    This    will    be    a    new    von-    ing at least half-time    at the    Sander, first district; Merten Dived    its    first    contracts    Mon-’    ’    turn    in    serving    the    nhvsicallv    Clarence-Lowden high    .school    vVenndt, third district, and organize a Future j^0ger jwse member at large. Farmers of America chapter;    ;3    f    , and will conduct adult classes at    ^ district treasurer will also to-1    the Clarence-Lowden    high    elected.^ Nomination papers .Building Permits Plans Approved for New Pump House Marion water board trustees have approved plans and specifications for a 24 by 28 feet pump house to be constructed at well No. 5, 2351 Thirty-first street. ..A public hearing and bid letting has been set for Aug. 15 at 6 p.m. in the city hall council chambers. * * * Buy House — Mr. and Mrs. Gene Maloney of 1273 Washington drive have purchased the house at 930 Blairs Ferry road from Mr. and Mrs. Tom Flanagan. Possession was given July I. The Flanagans have moved to Topeka, Kan. Sale was made by Fred J. Gibson and Co., Realtors. ♦ * * Siding, roofing, since 1953. Warner Bros. 377-5573.-Adv. * * * YMCA — Friday’s activity schedule at the Marion YMCA is: Non-aquatic — tennis league play 9 a.m., junior high open gym 4 p.m., family night 7; pool — youth lessons 9 a.m. and I p.m., adult open swim noon and 6:30, youth recreational swim 4. swim team 5, family and adult swim 7:30. ♦ * * Garage Sale: Household furniture, many antiques. Friday, Saturday. 2510 12th Ave., Marion.—Adv. Permits issued during the last ' seven days by the building de- electrical power partment were: Kenneth Balderston, partition basement, 2510 Twelfth avenue. ($500; Vance Gregerson, move in (garage, 1066 Fifth street, $1,386. * * * buildings About a-third of an rain accompanied the damaging disabled winds.    ;    function A number of power outages! payment, were reported throughout Johnson county Wednesday night, particularly in the Iowa City -Coralville area. Emergency crews worked throughout the night to restore! the Near County Home ,handicapped people, the ex-j Moving Off I CGS M neW    reflects    an    school    science    teacher. The Squaw Creek site was chosen because of its accessi-i panded program in its new location will also be able to com-) DES MOINES (AP) increase of $128,766 over the ac- The board reviewed the Iowa jtual expenditures of 1973-74. Ap- progress of repairs following the hmtv tntho"nmin*v w,»”o«HTnlPlete contracts requiring a largellegislative council members proximately $50,000 of this in June 20 storm. A pew pinna-outlying areas of Linn v0'ume of warehousing ship- have suggested that office^ jcr^aseis a result of repair, that slum fi^r lacing ins,ai,ed and Fish and shrimp served every Friday, 6 to 9 p.m. Stickney’s Scoreboard. — Adv. * * * Does your pharmacy fill your welfare prescriptions willingly (and provide the same services? We do! Sorg’s Pharmacy.—Adv. Judg Ledg e Dismisses es Lawsuit county, from which dicapped persons will be drawn. Transportation will be available for Marion and Cedar Rapids clients. . n ping and receiving not possible the state auditor, treasurer and,are covered by insurance and other interior work is being at the present more limited 305 secretary of state be moved out j consequently will not effect the completed. Second avenue SE location. of the Capitol building.    millage    rates    of    the    district. The gym roof and the roof Moving the offices to other!    state    Ajd    above the band room have been quarters would give the legisla-    -    I replaced along with approxi- ture more space for committee! The anticipated state aid for mately 25 windows in the ■ JS-X-1-X -s Jobs are negotiated on a contract basis with local industries, and all handicapped persons OPS MOINFC IAP, Abuv The Mnter, located in an in-:    on    the”'^nWctV Ye-j meeting roo'ms and legislators'j the district is increased by classroom wing. DES MOINES (AP) - A law- dustrial park, consists of 12,600 ccive wa„cs for work perJ0ffices, tho members said Wed- *28.000 over 1973-74 and approxi-. All repairs are covered either suit filed 18 months ago by Sq ft with available parking. Alformed    nesday.    mately    $45,000 is being carried by insurance or by special fed- thrn« om’irnnmnninlief nr/Mirvc ^>1,642 equipment grant from J'    The    council,    which    consists    of    Iover to the new budget from eral aid. rehabilitation education and ser-1    Present    Services    key    members’0f    the    legislature,    1973-74.    - vices branch has provided the1 The present specialized ser-took no action but asked Goner-1 Total proposed budget for    Jazz Band Performs new shop with the equipment; vices shop at 305 Second avenue'a1 Services Director Stanley; 1974-75 is $904,132 as compared three environmentalist groups in connection with the Saylorville dam and reservoir project has been dismissed by U. S. District Judge William Hanson SIGOURNEY - The Savage The' ltoupshad comolained neCvSrary, l0, P"'0™ con";a't SE wi« con,i'lue °Pcralion as a McCausland to look into the j ic. actual budget expenditures of Elites Jazz band will perform on ie U farmvcorDsofenei    f?r    'n"    ‘"v rTa' work activity eenlCr with a' l*>ssibili‘ies of altcrna,e space $785,644 for 1973-74. |o7J,5:the bandstand in the courtyard ie u. o. army corps or engi ;mcr n tmrk fork lift tnnls anH    nnnikar    Rf;    f,-,- aO</<ac    Estimated    millage    for    1974-75      ••    —    —...... • Riley: Stein Wrong In Blaming Public MT. VERNON — Herbert Stein, the chairman of the President's council of economic advisers, was wrong in placing blame for inflation on the public, in the opinion of the Republican candidate for congress from Iowa’s Second District. “Union members, business men and farmers get unfairly blamed for inflation,” State Sen. Tom Riley charged, “but congress deserves the blame for inflation because its spending policies play the greatest role in causing inflation.” In a speech to the Mt. Vernon Rotary club, Riley blamed huge deficit spending by congress for the creation of an imbalance in the supply of money to goods, which he said forces prices upward. the U. S. army corps of engining a truck, fork lift, tools and neers was not paying enough at- furnishinRs. The building is open space on tention to the consequences of the Ledges state park near Boone of the project. Judge Hanson said the completion of an environmental impact statement on the ecological consequences of the project was the ultimate objective of the suit. That statement was filed May 29. ground level, adaptable both to the special physical needs of the. handicapped and to economic layout for contract work. There are three large drive-in doors in front, and four loading docks in the rear. Front ground level entrances and ramp in the back will serve wheelchair clients, The focal point of the court an(j the shop will be fitted with battle was a fight to save the special equipment for their Ledges from flooding. The corps physical needs, contends flooding of the park bv impounded waters of the reser-j    5-Year    Lease voir wfould be minimized.    The    building    meets all appro- Dismissal of the suit means priate state, local and federal the corps legally will be able to close the dam anytime after July 29. specifications. The county holds a 5-year lease on the property, writh an option to renew' for another five years IO YEARS AGO — Dwight Administrative staff for spe-Eisenhower, recalling Harry S cialized services will operate Truman’s upset victory, said it the program, sharing a joint could be done again if the Re- contract procurement man. So-publican party united in a vig- c i a I services to the han-orous campaign.    dicapped, a second health capacity for serving another 85 for the offices, handicapped persons.    Sen.    Clifton    Lambom    (R-Ma- Sub-contract work will be per-iquoekta), chairman of the coun formed at this site, with additional emphasis on programs to develop living skills. A public school classroom is located on the premises. A second satellite shop is scheduled to open at St. Luke’s hospital next Monday. This will be a one-year demonstration project to serve 12 physically handicapped persons who have suffered devastating injuries and need sheltered employment and meaningful activity. The shop will be jointly sponsored by the health center and St. Luke’s hospital, and will be cil, said the legislature eventually wants to take over most of the Capitol building for itself, but he said a study is needed to determine how much space is needed and where other agencies can be moved. F’riday at 8 p.m. This will be the is 42.16 as compared to 42.49 in J nm 74    concert    of the    summer _L* I j ,    ...    until    the Junior high band, me board passed a rose ut,on „ th    « Sandra to bring 8 on*and-one-halfmill McMeekin, presents their pro. evy vole before the peoplerat:    £    date. the September election. This 6_________ special schoolhouse levy would be for repairing and maintaining school buildings and Advertisement The Best Carpet Buys Are At Carpetland U.S.A. - J 974 MODEL YEAR END CLEARANCE EBELING’S TV “VVHERE QUALITY COUNTS” 663 11th St. Marion 377-1579 MAGNAV0X" ® SONY® • MOTOROLA* EXCELLENT SELECTION! OF RECORDS & TAPES MARION TV and RECORDS 1175 Seventh Ave. 377-0471 Marion OUR OWN SERVICE DEPT. FOR 27 YRS. FURNITURE OPEN TONIGHT TILL 9 PM IN JULY SALE! MERRY CHRISTMAS 'ST CALCULATOR 95 AIR CONDITIONER LOWAS$ftft00 ... arid your men deliver more More comfort and efficiency with Automatic Air Sweep. 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