Cedar Rapids Gazette, July 28, 1974, Page 10

Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette July 28, 1974

Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 28, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa At    Camp Good    Health Variety Is the Thing A VARIETY cf activities keep youngsters at Camp Good Health busy. Getting some sewing pointers is Roberta Kelley, 12, Iowa City. Helping her is Kathy Quetsch, 551 Knollwood drive SE, a counselor. The camp, operated by the children's home in Cedar Rapids, is supported by contributions from readers of The Gazette. A contributions list is carried in each Sunday's paper. The camp is for children who wouldn't otherwise be able to attend summer camp. Tijrr A’vs -A» * ,rfT TAKING ARCHERY lessons at Camp Good Health, which is located on old highway 30 between Cedar Rapids and Mf. Vernon, are Keenan Flint, 12, of 1311 Forty-second street SE, and Gloria Tatro, 12, of 935 Nineteenth street SE. Counselors helping them are Jack Forrester, 700 Thirty-fifth street, Marion, left, and Rod Fisher, 2222 First avenue NE. Steve Friedman is camp director. Previously reported 8 7.811.02 Gazette employers’ canteen fund . . ..    104.73 Iowa Manufacturing Co.    100.00 Iowa Steel and Iron Works ............ 100.00 Iowa Steel and Iron Works employees united fund ....... 100.00 In memory of Edythe M. Braucher....... 25.00 In loving memory of Albert J. Nimmer    25.00 In memory of Grandma Ora O’Deen    ...    20.00 Mr. and Mrs. Jon E. Smith      20.00 In memory of Helen Price from Geneva Tower 12th floor residents ......... 12.00 In memory of Louis Black, on his birthday, from his wife. Mary, Maxine and David Kvapil and Bob and Helen Black 10.00 In loving memory of Florence M. Knight from Ruth and Bob Lundquist, Los Altos, Calif.............. 10.00 In memory of my sister, Ethel Skean, from R. F. Shean, Hayward,    Calif.    10.00 In memory of Jennie B. Sheneberger from Leo and Josephine Thill    10.00 In loving memory of Ruth    Snyder    10.00 J-TEC Phone Message Service Starts Monday In memory of Frank Stanek from Mr. and Mrs. Charles Uchy-til ............. To honor Mrs. Lewis B. Swezey’g special birthday from Mr. and Mrs. Russell G. Shedenhelm ...... In memory of Mrs. James W att f r nm Mrs. Anna Watson, Glendale, Calif., Mr. and .Mrs. John Mc-Ilvain and Mrs. Myrtle Hopp .......... Mrs. Charles E. Faulkner In memory of Dudley Henderson .... In loving memory of Florence Knight, on her birthday, July 26. from Mr. and Mrs. John Whalen, Solon, Ohio ,...... ’In memory of Charles A. Kolda from his wife, Mary    5.00 10.00 In loving memory of my husband, I* a u I K o v a c i k. on his birthday, July 20    5.00 In memory of Elsie 10.00 Robbins from Alta M a t h e n y, Center Point, and Vida M. Speake, El C a J o n, Calif.      5.00 In loving memory of my relatives, iriends and neighbors from Ethel M. Davis . ..    2.90 In memory of Mrs. A. Carl Price from Mrs. Lester G. Stastny .......... 2.00 In memory of Emma Watt from Hazel Edmondson .......... 2.00 Total ............. S 8,434.65 1974 Budget  521,500.00 5.00 Yet to he raised . .. 513,065.35 10.00 5.00 5.00 —Gazette Photos bv L. W. Ward SWIMMING end cooking ere among camp activities. Diving is Dean Wade, 12, Coralville. Others -from left are Jim Hazelton, 2201 Birchwood drive NE, lifeguard; Bridget Vest, 12, Iowa City; Rick Yancey, 12, of 1705 Matthew drive SW, and Lynn Walters, 12, of 5665 Cornell street SW. Making cookies at left are Robert Hurt, 12, of 852 Fifth avenue SE, and Nora Phelps, 12, iowa City. Watching is Joan Zeller, Palo, head camp cook. Moving Appeal For Harpsichord NEW YOHE I IPI)-Theres only one concert instrument more difficult to move around than a harp. Its the harpsi-1 chord. Elaine Comparone. a harpsi-) chordist whose career is riding the crest of the antique music I revival, has solved the p-oblem of carting one of her two 180-pcund harpsichords to engagements around the nation. She hauls it in her own Ford super van. “Ifs a lot cheaper than using professional mover s,” Miss Comparone said. “I was grant-: ed the money to buy my van by the Martha Baird Rocket el lei Foundation. T h e foundation helps musicians, but it never had an application like mine before. Foundation officials said it was unheard of, but they finally saw the practicality of my request.” C.R. Drug Numbers To report a violation: Michael Dooley 363-0671 lf you need help: Foundation ll 362-2174 (4 p.m. to midnight) Portable 8 Track OO P*lar*id Square Sh**trr ii *8 HTIS PAINTED rock is the craft project of Desiree Axion, 13, of 6800 Arbor lane NE. J-TEC Associates, Inc., 317 Seventh avenue SE, will begin a new* TEL-TEC program Monday in the Cedar Rapids arca. Residents can dial telephone number 366-7517 and receive taped messages from state Sens. Mike Blouin iD-Dubuque) and Tom Riley (R-Cedar Rapids). The men are candidates for U.S. representative for the Second district. In the near future TEL-TEC plans to have information available on a wide variety of subjects such as insurance, real estate and finance. Theodore A. Johnson, president of J-TEC, has named Jerry P. Maland, as director of the TEL-TEC division. Maland said, “People will be able to dial 366-7517 between 8 a m. and 8 p.m. weekdays and from IO a m. to 5 p.m. on weekends and request a listed tape on a certain topic. The operator answering the phone will insert la pre-recorded tape into the! answering device which plays [back to the listener.” The device is not only capable of relaying information but at [the option of the sponsor, can also take a message. The unit,1 .called the TeleCassette, is man-: ufaetured by J-TEC. Sixty Tele-Cassettes are used by the Cedar Rapids school system to disseminate information to the students via the telephone. Maland said TEL-TEC facili-, I ties are available on a subscription basis to any individual,; agency, organization or business firm with a need to communicate with the public. Future j plans include foreign language i mini courses and other instructional topics which will be handled on a subscription basis. A listing of current TEL-TEC! (tapes available to people in this! area will be given every Monday in a Gazette advertisement; I beginning Aug. 5. OUT OF PAWN AM EM (leek Kadi* Smith ( arolia Ipright Typewriter Intr Johnson 12 ga. Sing!* Shot    i Harrington & Richardson 32 cal Revolver I holstar    %4 Mossbtrg 12 ga. Pump. Lika Naw    *t Smith & Wesson 38 sp. Model-10 Rovolvor So* our largo selection of used firearms. Wo spacial on brand—Buy-Sell-Trade Winchostar-Rominglon-Browning-lth 105 Third Av*. SI 3rd Avr. Arr*** fr*m IE T*wer ;

  • A. Carl Price
  • Albert J. Nimmer
  • Anna Watson
  • Bob Lundquist
  • Bridget Vest
  • Charles A. Kolda
  • Charles E. Faulkner
  • David Kvapil
  • Desiree Axion
  • Dudley Henderson
  • Emma Watt
  • Ethel M. Davis
  • Ethel Skean
  • Gloria Tatro
  • Hazel Edmondson
  • Helen Black
  • Jack Forrester
  • Jennie B. Sheneberger
  • Jim Hazelton
  • Joan Zeller
  • John Whalen
  • Josephine Thill
  • Kathy Quetsch
  • Keenan Flint
  • Lewis B. Swezey
  • Louis Black
  • Lynn Walters
  • Michael Dooley
  • Mike Blouin
  • Myrtle Hopp
  • Nora Phelps
  • R. F. Shean
  • Rick Yancey
  • Robert Hurt
  • Roberta Kelley
  • Rod Fisher
  • Russell G. Shedenhelm
  • Steve Friedman
  • Theodore A. Johnson
  • Tom Riley

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Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette

Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Issue Date: July 28, 1974

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