Cedar Rapids Gazette, July 21, 1974, Page 7

Cedar Rapids Gazette

July 21, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 21, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sun., July 21, 1974 Seminole Valley House Fall Scheduling Begins Persons interested in schedu- ling weekday of Somiiiole Valley Farmhouse in .September and October can begin making the reservations Monday bj calling 3IO-9924 between 9 a.m. and 5 p m. The fanrihi'Uio i'or.tinui-; 10 be open to the public from 1 io 4 p.m.'Simdays through Oct. 31. Persons planning group tours on weekday-; arc asked to make arrangements with farmhouse1 volunteers before making plans for transportation or picnics in order ;o ms'.iro that a gnid" will be available and that no other group i? scheduled. Special summer events in- clude sauerkraut making on Aug. 4: old time music and square dancing on Sept. S and cider pressing and corn husk dolls on Oct. 6. The farmhouse is restored in the manner of the late 1800s. It is located in Seminole Valley park just off Forty-second street extended. Volunteers serve as guides Belgians Set Restoration Of Old City BIUGKS. Helsium i'.TI> Patterns Beginning today in The the I.aura Wheel- er Ncedierraft Designs column, ;i long time feature in this newspaper, will be found in the classi- fied advertising yection. Anne Adams Patterns and Laura als.i will be carried in the clas- sified payes daily Monday through Saturday. and Adams they'll be there each day in the classified advertis- ing s e e t i o n of The Gazette. Early Childhood Program Readied at ML Mercy A program in early creative experiences for education for -persons interested I young children, instructional in teaching at day care centers j programs and methods in early and nursery schools will go into! childhood education and student effect with" the opening of the teaching in nursery school and fall term at Mt. Mercy college kindergarten. These courses are Sept. 10 It will be directed by j scheduled tor 1Jie spring term. Dr. Ellen Marbach, formerly of the University of Houston in Houston, Texas. ML Mercy's early childhood education program consists of six courses, all of which will be beld during the late afternoon and evening. Three courses language development and learning experiences for young children, parent-school relation- ships, and preschool nutrition will be offered this fall. Students taking the course on language development and learning experiences for young children will examine current research and theories related to speech and language develop- ment. Emphasis will be on the immediate language needs of young children. Parent school relationships will deal with the importance of parent involvement and respon- sibility in the preschool pro- gram. The course will cover the factors affecting parent-school During Mt. Mercy's 1975 In- terim term a special course, children's learning styles and coping behaviors, will be of- fered. Students in the program will earn a bachelor's degree in ele- mentary education. Elementary school teachers taking early childhood education courses may be certified to teach in this rea. Dr. Marbach, who joined the Mt. Mercy faculty this summer, was a member of the language arts faculty at the University of Houston. She also worked for state Corps and and federal Teachers competency-based teacher education programs. Previous .to her position at Houston, Dr. Marbach held sev- eral elementary teaching posi- tions. A graduate of Hood college, Dr. Marbach earned a master's degree in elementary education from Indiana State university na's wvUiid there. Not ar.y longer. Cc'VPC rid of ihe smell from the s numerous polimed w is pan or an overall plan to maki' tins town a habi- table SIT -Oth Century citi.'.er-s withou! spoiling its his- torical charm, much of which dates hack to ihe Cothie period. Amlrirs Van Den Abeele, alderman in' liruges, derided nine years ago the time had cuiiH' to stop push- ing ditwn the gaily painted two anil three story step-ga- bled Iniuses. ripping up the cnbhled streel.s anil clearing away .Medieval fortresses and He and about a doxcn other Rruggelingens with money to spend got together and formed the Marcus Oeraerds Founda- tion, named after a Itith Cen- tury painter. The foundation .started out as a pressure group to restore property and the an- cient character of the city and to set an example to other Bel- gians to save their towns, too. !t was not long before the I foundation began achieving its I aims here. Since 1972 the city i council has been giving UU.S.) annually toward restora- ition work and many private in- jdividuals are repairing their own property. So far. Ihe foundation has re- jstored 25 buildings. It is trying to get as many as 2.000 of Bruges' 8.000 dwellings on the list of buildings which contrib- ute to the city's atmosphere and style. According to Abeele, these houses include original exam- ples of purest Gothic, renais- sance and richest baroque styles, or homes which although not first class monuments are irreplacable because of materi- als used in their construction or their place in a harmonious street picture. He also wants to save numerous workmen's dwellings and charity houses dating from the 16th Century. interaction and the methods of! and a Ph.D. in early childhood working with home and com- j education from Houston, munity resources. i She is a member of such pro- Preschool nutrition will fo- j fessicnal societies as Delia Kap- cus on the role of nutrition in I pa Gamma. Kappa Delta Pi and the child's development and maintenance of good health. The course will include field experi- ences in nursery schools, day care centers and other agencies involved in child care. Other courses in the program the Assn. for 'Childhood Educa- tion International. Persons interested in Mt. Mer- cy's early childhood education program should contact the col- lege's division of education or the registrar's office. Said 2 Witnesses Needed for Treason Aaron Burr was tried for treason in Richmond, Va., on May 22, 1807. Bun- was charged with "assembling an armed force to seize the city of iS'cw Orleans and to sepa- rate the western from the At- lantic states." He was acquitted Sept. 1 when Chief Justice John Marshall sitting as a U.S. cir- cuit court judge, ruled that treason must be attested by two witnesses, the World Almanac says. Drive Safely THE TRIMMERS LET ME BE ME THEY CUT MY HAIR, THE WAY I LIKE IT! The real ms can come through when' I go to the Trimmers for my haircut. talk and they listen every one of them. In faci, as you can see, 1 even got a perm. Imagine that... me who figured I'd go through life with stick-straight hair. I used heat rollers any way so why not a perm? We talked about it... and when I made up my mind my favorite Trimmer gave me the Living End Perm and I love it! WITH LIVING END.PERM, ARMSTRONG BEAUTY SHOP FOURTH FLOOR cjuallly is economy a special showing of the latest Shagmoor and Marie Helene Coats Thursday, July 25 Friday, July 26 Shagmoor exclusive at Armstrong's Mr. Bertram Lindcr, President of Under Bros., makers of Shagmoor and Marie Helene Coals, here to help you with vour selection! Experience the pleasure of wearing a dressy fur trim or sophisticated untrim coat designed to make you feel superb- ly dressed. You are invited to view the special showing of Shagmoor and Marie Helene fashion coats. See the dif- ference of quality in fabric and design, Shown above are just 3 of the marvelous styles by Shagmoor and Marie Helene, exclusive at Armstrong's. Sizes 4 to 16 Petite, and 10 to 24. SPECIAL ORDERS TAKEN Coats Shown Left: Fox and plaid are made to match! Take a superb wool blend in Welling- ton Plaid, top it off with a magnificent notched collar of Norwegian Blue Fox. Then add such fine fashion details as neat set-in sleeves, little flap pock- ets over shirring, plus a smart belted back. Center: Face up in foxl There's nothing so flattering next to your (ace as a pouch collar In luxurious Norwegian Fox. As for your figure, the fine seam detailing, set-in sleeves, patch pockets and flowing lines show you off to your best advantage. Exclusive Amherst plaid in fall tones. Right: Sophisticated, uncluttered and in great demand among women who like sporty styles. Our relaxed little reefer is fashioned to (It you and your lifestyle. Detail includes under pocket shirring and buckled back belt. Cor- dovan brown, Como blue and Berry red. ARMSTRONG COATLAND-SECOND FLOOR ;