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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 14, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Derby Trial Heats Begin at 9 a.m. Today The Soap Derby raceway .the Jaycees providing Hot savi for list Jau-vcs, said; -riie youtlilul drivers will j have been working din-ctiy with Saturday nit.mf, for a flrst of a youngsters as advisors. Ural heats: start at bond plus the opportu-j tt'illard Brown, chairman of a.jiV on liii-i ifU-vii'.ii Mm-l compete 111 the national Cedar Ifaprds Soap !to lull near Kingston .stadium. dt-rbv finals jn Akron. Ohio :Derby As-.n wrl1 IK- in The competition, with a near- .Aug. 17. ;of jairings for today s corn- record entry of GO drivers, in-, The Jaycecs also will award The association is a eluding two girls, will start at, a savings bond for second I group of former Jaycees who p.m. today. TliL'i-vent will place, S75 for third, for (have passetl the age limit for be open to the public free, fourih and each for membership but who 'iuoay's action climaxes more and sixth, maintain an interest in liie der- than three months of planning: also will be award-i by project, and work by the competitors, ed to the top winners and, in! "This is the 12th year for the all of whom are hoi ween 11 andjaddition, an 'entrance trophy' derby and it never "occurred to 15 years of age, inclusive. Kat-h-will be presented to each par-'us to drop the program because built his own car wilh.ticipant." l.cach said. the adverse piihlicily at last Tonight's Free Concert at 8 at Ellis Between and spec- porary .Music Festival in Indnn- tators attended last Sunday's apolis. Cedar liapids municipal band "Ballad for Trombone" bv concert at Bever Park, accord- Milton Bush will be Owen's se- to Luman Ouluw, band mem- lection. During the concert the band Collon termed the number of will present: spectators "the most he had "The a concert ever seen" at a band concert itvmarch by Clifton Williams; "A his 17 years as a band member. ,Jubrlam Overture" by Alfred Jerry Owens, 2-127 Bever ave-'Reed; "Robinson's Grand En- nue will present a trombone a Karl King march, solo during- tonight's municipal "Irish Tune f r o m band concert at 3 at Ellis park. JDerry" and "Shepherd's Hey' Owen, who plays first by Percy Crainger; "Glory of bone with the band and Cedari trie a march by J.O. Rapids symphony, has been and "Americans instructor in brass, theory a march by Henry Fill- jazz band for five years at Coe1 more, college. j David Wick, 1614 Park Towne He was awarded the first prize: lane NE. will be guest conductor for composition at the 19fi7 Rockefeller Foundation Contem- for the band concert. Concerts are free. C.R. Air Passengers Will Walk Farther This Week iyear's finals in John j Pierce, Jaycee board represen- itativc for the organization's youth division, said. this is a youth project and we certainly weren't going to eliminate the opportu- nity lor Cellar KapioS: area youngsters to participate vim- ply because of the unfortunate action of somebody else's cham- 1'iert-e said. Also assisting the Jaycees to dav will h" o'T'-'on.'K'l f'-om (Irani Williams Datsuri which has served as co-sponsor and ;has provided facilities for some I of the pre-race activities. This af.eni'mn's program will get under way at p.m. a parade "up the In addition to the compefmg driv- ers, the parade will have the 'Kmeraki Knights drum and bu- corps; the 1074 Derby Queen Kathy Krall, a student at the queen's attendants; ind Steve Brown of Iowa City, the derby winner. Miss Krall, (laughter of Mr. ind Mrs. John F. Krall, 186 Twenty-first avenue SW, was [selected as the queen from nom- inees elected by ninth grade classes in Cedar Rapids and Marion. Attendants are Lisa Duncan, Marion high school; Cheri Lee, Linn-Mar; and Ann Zenisek, Prairie. Miss Duncan and Miss Lee are both from Marion and Miss Zenisek is from Fairfax. Queen 'awards will be provided by Siebke and Hoyt, Killian's, Smulekoff's and Seifert's. !Mrs. Adney Will Direct Girls at Illinois Camp- -Mrs. Kujjcne Adiu-y of the! ('ediir Kupids Salvation Army; has Ix'i-n ramp' director for the (iirl (liiardi ramp to In- held this week at' rhf Salvation Armv's Valley near IVoria, 111. .Mrs. Aiiiji-y v.ill supervise the program and activities for more than 140 who will be at-' tending from Iowa and Illinois.' The Cedar liapids Girl v.-iucn is trie Army's program for girls 11 through 18 years of age, will; be iindtr the leadership of Yij iladley. The week's activities; close with the participating, Kirls .seleclinK a "Aliss Tomor- row" as the outstanding camper of the week. A two-state Scout camp I also will be held in a separate "tent city" at the camp this week. The Army-sponsored i troop from Cedar Rapids will participate wilh Scoutmaster 'John Hardy in charge. Seven Cedar liapids men are at the camp this weekend for a i men's retreat. The fellowship camp is being attended by men i from Iowa and Illinois. The j three-day retreat ends todav. The (Vdar Rapids Gazette: Sun.. July 11, 197J 5A Headache Cure a secretion of the musk glands, was re- garded as a cure-all from the lime of the early Greeks through the Eighteenth century. Castoreum contains salicylic acid, one of the main ingre- dients of aspirin. Seventy-four percent of the construction work at the Cedar 'Rapids Municipal airport is completed but .the phase start- ing Monday will temporarily alter use of the airport by pas- sengers. "All of the runway and most of the taxiway work is complet- ed, except for the ramp area just outside the terminal build- Airport Manager Roy Ja- mesen said Saturday. The ramp work will start Monday and, weather permit- ting, should be completed by the end of the week. However, starting Monday, all passengers will board air- craft for both United and Ozark flights through gate 5. "For a few days, passengers will have to walk a bit farther than usual to board the aircraft'airport the chair- as we will have to use the com- man said. Gardner pointed out mercial area as the boarding that this week's work is the only Jamesen said. "Since we time during the entire construc- coinmon to Cedar Rapids pas- sengers and we hope they'll bear with us this Jame- sen added. After this week, the work scene will shift primarily to non- aviation areas such as the en trance and exit roads and various service roads. Airport Commission Chair- man Donald Gardner said the overall project is on schedule with all the work expected to be completed by September. He credited the planning anc i cooperation of the engineers, construction company and air- port personnel for the "on tar- get" status in reaching the 74 percent completion mark. "There are so many things, an almost unbelievable number, that have to dovetail in order to get the job done and keep the will be able to use only one gate and since the space for 'park- ing' the aircraft will be limited, it's possible there could be some slight flight Jamesen said. "Although walking some dis- tance to an airplane is not un- tion process with the excep- tion of tile period when it was necessary to close the airport that the passenger has been in- convenienced. The closing last month was necessary in order to do the resurfacing of the mid-field common in airports, it is un-i where the runways intersect. New Coe Admissions Counselors Three new admissions coun- selors have been employed by Coe college, according to Dean of Admissions Alan G. Mclvor. They are Eric Armstrong. St. Louis; Barbara Halsted, State Center, and Nick Spencer, New Caanan, Conn. Armstrong is a 1974 graduate of Coe. While at Coe. he was a member of the football and track teams, and the Afro- American Self Education organ- ization. He was named to the teaching positions at Berg jun- ior high. Newton; New Provi- dence; Boone high school; and McKinley junior high school in Cedar Rapids hefore joining the Coe staff. Spencer is a 1971 graduate of Coe. He spent two years in the Peace Corps in Africa. He and his wife, Patty, a 19V3 Coe graduate, last year were resi- dent directors of Armstrong- Douglas dormitory at Coe; Spencer also served as an as- sistant in forensics. dean's list as well as the All-! Armstrong will work in the M i d w e s t conference football j Kansas City-St. Louis area; team in 1973 and the Coe Black j Miss Halsted in Iowa; and Spen- Hall of Fame. cer on the East coast. A 1970 graduate of Central high school in St. Louis and a 1sf Illegal Election physical education major at; Coe. Eric helped coach track! Law Passed in 1907 at McKinley junior high school! The first federal illegal elcc- in Cedar Rapids during his j lion practices law in the United senior year. ;States was passed in The Miss Halsled is a gradual aw prohibited corporations ale of West Marshall high f r o m contributinj; campaign school in .State Center. She was funds for presidential or con- graduated from the University jgrcssional elections, the World of Northern Iowa, and held arM Almanac recalls. Killian's to wrap now the sheerest chiffon scarves Special. Soft. Billowy. Our newest polyester chiffon scarves flutter at the neck. Skim about the waist. Wrap up the head. Some lettuce edged. Some pleated. Some scalloped. All most definitely feminine and flattering. All by Ray Strauss in the most enticing and enviable shades ever created for today. Priced 4.00 and 5.00. Cedar Rapids: Downtown Street Floor and tindale Plaza. Iowa Cily: Mall Shopping Center. HOWARD JOHNSON'S HAS A NEW MANAGER: ME DINE WITH US WE HAVE WEEKDAY SPECIALS FISH FRY IS BACK ON WEDNESDAY GENE NENORTAS Something new and beautiful to live in... COTV Sweet Cdrth SOFT MISTS Six favorite fragrances from the famous Sweet Earth Compacts and Fragrance Oils Collections here in easy-to-use mists! Come wander through flowery hieadows, windy hillsides, wild forests this is Ihe nature ol Sweel Earth fragrances... subtle, stirring, pure, rich as nature itsoll! Hyacinth, Chamomile, Amberwood, Clover, Gingergrass, long-lasting, take- anywhere sprays. Generous 2 oz. 2.75 M Cedar Rnpids: Downtown Street Floor and Lindale Plaza lowci City: Mall Shopping Center on Six at Sycamore Killian's Killian's Lindale Plaza, Cedar Rapids and Mall Shopping Center, Iowa City OPEN SUNDAY TO PM Killians MONDAY ONLY An excellent selection of easy-care permanent press Girl's Trans-season Sportswear Separates 3.69 TOPS 2 FOR 7.00 REGULARLY 5.00 PANTS 2 FOR 11.00 REGULARLY 9.00 EACH Slacks and jean cut pants just perfect for late summer and early fall activities. Permanent press pants in solids, plaids, and patterns. Also, a selection of 3 smart looking tops for pants. Popular styles in solids, plaids and patterns. Dacron and cotton. Pants, tops in 7 to 14. Cedar Rapids: Aisle Bar, Downtown Street Floor, Third Floor and Lindale Plaza Iowa City: Mall Shopping Center on Six at Sycamore MONDAY HOURS, CEDAR RAPIDS: KILUAN'S DOWNTOWN to LINDALE NOON to P.M. MALL SHOPPING CENTER, IOWA CITY: to P.M.-
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