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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 21, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 2A flle Vliar Kapids I Gazette: Sun., July SI, 1974! Cuthbe Concert at Sever at 8 Rrure I'uthbertson, 452R Walker street will perform a flute solo, "Concertino" by Chaminade, during the free Cedar Rapids municipal hand concert tonight, at 8 in Bever park. The 20-year-old soloist was graduated in 1972 from Kennedy high school and has been study- ing for a degree in music educa- tion at Indiana university, He has played in the munici- pal band for five years and has soloed previously. Selections to be presented by the band are: "The a concert march by Osterling: "Orpheus" overture by Offenbach; "Be- guine for Band" by Osser; Ben- nett's ''Clarinet "Soirees Musicales" by Rossini- Britten: the John Philip Sousa march "Semper "Pas Redouble" by St. Saens; "An Irish Rhapsody" by Grundman; "Burst of a concert march by Bowles; "Walt Disney Band Showcase" by Werle andj another Sousa march, "Hands! Across the I Frank Kluesner. 2729 Dale-j wood avenue SE, will be thej guest conductor for the per-; formance. Kluesner was a member of the Cedar Rapids symphony, for 12 years and played in the U.S. army band for three years. He has played first clarinet in the municipal band and is chair- man of the municipal band com- mission. Gamp Good Health Previously reported. .8 Mr. and Mrs. James C. L. Jit. Ver- non In memory ol Edward Kaupkc, on his birthday In memory of Mr. and Mrs. John Blumen- shine In m e m r y ot our dear friend, Klsie Emma, frnm Lottie and Grarp Janet Frcese, Spring- ville In memory of Camil- la Hal! In memory of Mrs. Louis Kriz from Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Harmer In memory of Grand- ma O" D e e n from Helen O'Decn...... In memory of Uncle Syd Ryan, Los An- geles, from Alice Grant, Manchester. In memory of Charles L. AliKar from Kepis and Catherine nay In lovins memnry of my husband. Chan- cey E. Rerryhill, on his birthday, July 22 In memory of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Faur's mother, from Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Havlik In memory of Mrs. Louis Kriz from Dorothea Meyers In memory of Kthel Shean from Mr. and Mrs. William Len- nox, Seattle In memory of Jessie Ritchie from Hazel Edmondson..... Total S BuilKft...... 5 Vet to be raised Long Candidate List Problem in Georgia ATLANTA lAP) With 17 candidates for governor and 12 running for lieutenant governor in Georgia this summer, even the candidates are having a problem remembering no's who. .Stale Hep. George Rusbee. a candidate for the Democratic nomination for governor, was busy hand-shaking at, a con- vention of broadcasters. "What station are you Bushcc asked one man. "Slalion? 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