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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 30, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Georae CTBdit fhp Rapid5 >iwtte! July 30- 1974 -I LI 'mav be earned by completing To Conduct Band1 Papers Ava'lable W of hundreds of special-'10 oarn rrcdit through' For more A A M I J Th" Ucd training course, offered bvthtir and ProSram- At iNoelMdge Colcsburg Community the army. In addition, they v.iil from colleges or lo- Kegistrar. Ipper Iowa college, -u'ool district election will bt have a variety of opportunities ra-ed war their 319-425-3311. Morion Board Approves Proposals for Fall Vote Two articles were approved; Monday af'ernivip. hy the Marion independent school board for inclusion on the Sept.' 10 board election ballot. One proposition, if ap- proved, would replace the present two-and-one-half mill levy. It is a levy that would givej the board wider latitude in' using the funds collected. The substitute levy would be Officers Installed By Linn Legion (or the purchase of grounds, renovation. The bill was for construction of schoolhouses buildings, the payment of debts, Resignations were accepted contracted for the erection or, from Hichard Benz, .Mentzcr el- construction of schoolhouses oriemcntary schoo) principal, and buildings (not including interest James Vox., high schoo! Indus-; on for procuring or ac- trial arts teachers. Both resig-; quisition of libraries, and for nations were accepted on the: opening roads to r e m i s e that replacements! or buildings. could be procured. Dr. Clark Allow Purchases superintendent indicat-' :ed replacements already were It would also provide for the considered. The board purchase of buildings or equip-commended both men for their George Daniel-, ment for buildings or school-: service to the district. Harold drive SK, will be the Schul'e.lias indicated he v.il! not hiiiLses and for repairing remnd-j is resigning to accept a 8UCSI conductor for ihe re-electiim. eJing, reconstructing. wm, ,he Iowa municipal band concert seeking the no-! held now bv, 1 Wednesday night at George W. Daniels Two directors be for three terms: the "p hr'A bv n "H-hullc. Kdgt-'.uxxl Dis- trict 2. .Nominations Any of wishing bc'-onu; a candidate may obtain nomination papers from the school district secre- tuv. Robert Arthur tion papers niit'-t nuilain the names of ten qualifier! voters of the district and be filed with Ar- thur no later than 'i.m. Thur.-i- Wiskus has taken, out nominn- lion papers for re-election concert It at sduilte be .lames Funke. ing or expanding the of public instruction, houses or buildings for (lie; schoo! district, as well as Rnem-faKinu caping. paving or improving the! 661 tteSUriaCIng schoolhouse or building PrninA{ llniJar Wau or for the rental of facilities for rIUjet.1 UIIUBI SfflJ a period of ten years in compli- ance with state code. jasphaltic resurfacing, began Apartment this next school year. The second article to be. in-''his week, the city engineer's of-. He received his bachelor's dp- eluded on the ballot is a one-half! Tuesday morning. gree from Quiney college in Illi- mill levy to be used to establish' streets will be and a master's degree plus and maintain public by the contractor, Bi-j additional graduale credits in places and playgrounds and luminous Materials Co., from the University necessary accommodations for-LMarion. during the week: i of Iowa, these Third avenue from Twenty-! Daniels lias played first oboe Thphmrl p with'seconc' to Thirty-first streets; jwith tile municipal band for five U0.1IU, COIUDlldllLL s_ dircct (hc ymmfi [Q George Machacek George Machacek, Troy Mills, was installed as commander of the Linn County Assn. of the American Legion during recent ceremonies at the Marion American Legion post. Other officers installed by Charles Decker, Cedar Rapids, commander of the Iowa depart- ment of the American Legion, were: Ray Brown, Cedar Rapids, and Marion Kinkead, Marion, vice-commanders; J. Carl Kreamer, Marion, adjutant; Gene McCormack, Toddville, chaplain, and Loy Stunes Marion, sergeant-at-arms. YMCA Wednesday's activi- ty schedule at the Marion YMCA is: Non-aquatic pre- school kid power 9 a.m., youth tennis 9 pre-school gymnastics adult gym noon, archery 1 p.m., trampoline junior high gym 4, family night 6; pool youth lessons 9 a.m. and 1 p.m., adult swim noon and youth recreational swim 4, swim team 5, family and adult swim Hickory smoked barbecue ribs, shrimp and chicken. Served Wednesday, 6 to 9 p.m. Stick- ney's Scoreboard, Marion. Adv. .Noelridge park. Bockenstedt and .Mrs. Don- Daniels is ihe instrumental aid IJhines. music director at Regis high' Virgil Mecse will also seek re- school and will serve as head as treasurer for the dis- the music department a n (I trict. Marion paving project No. of the fine arts de-1 Credit Instituted For Military Service FAYETTE Upper Iowa col- lege has initiated a new aca- demic program. Cooperative Ed- ucation Program Admmission I'CKPAi. which will enable Stoa pound instead of 10. street from Third j Fourth avenues; South Twelfth I through the following sclec- military obligation while state code, approved a lion notifying the county com-; street num iu u nvcnuna, rmss.oner of elections that ,h from Njmh board vote will be bept 10 and ,fl that two directors will be elect ed for three-year terms and treasurer for a two-year term. Also on Ballot to B avenues; ventecnth sti 'I'0 street from Third to Fifth ave- jnues: Twenty-second street ifrom First to Third and Eighth i to Tenth avenues. tions: "Castle a concert march by Williams; en-! an overture by King march, Fote; a Karl "Big Western Dance" by Grund- man; "Memphis ar- The two propositions also were placed on the ballot. Approval was given to the A1I cars parked on these j ranged by Foster; "Symphony j streets should be removed by jthc owners during the time re- progress payment bill presented by the school's architect, Brown, Healey and Bock, Cedar Rapids, for work on the' junior high school addition and! Marion Courts surfacing is taking place. Two Calls for Marion Firemen Marion firemen answered two calls Monday afternoon. Fire- men extinguished a grass fire in a vacant lot on Highview drive. in One Movement" by Giovan- nini; "Bandolero" by Osser; highlights from "Hello, arranged by Cacavas, and two more Karl King marches, "Gar- land Entree March" and "Sells Floto Also featured during the concert will be the "Cara- a women's barbershop quartet. rolled in a university. j Beginning with the first day of military service, a student of this j program will be earning college! credit. After successful comple-j tion of basic training, individual training and the be-j ginning of on-lhe-job training' (approximately six four semester hours of credit I will have been earned. By the end of one year of hon-j orable service, the student will! jhave earned a total of eight] semester hours. During this I Wranglers are a whole, different breed of franks, 25% bigger than most regular "hot dogs." We grind the meat coarser, Wranglers are firm and solid. And we smoke 'em longer for a richer, deeper. e. Range Brand Wranglers can satisfy grown-up appetites if the kids don't get'em all first! 1NSPECUD PRODUCT FEATURED AT 1 843 Johnson Ave. 2790 7th Ave., Marion Cases heard Monday Marion magistrate's court were: Earl Schwabe residence, the! 1175: Speeding James L. Paw-: lak, 700 Grand avenue, S30; Kenneth J. Jordan, route 2, Robert C. Bakken, Spring- ville. Kirk A. SkiUing, 895 South Eleventh street, Geraldine L. Durivage, 2725 First avenue, S30. Driving wrong; way on a one-way street David J. Jacoby, 560 Ninth avenue, 55. Failure to control vehicle Clarence E. Bilsland, 1816 Gary avenue NW, Cedar Rapids, Failure to yield right-of-way when emcrffinfr from a private drive Sheryl L. Bauer, 700 Thirty-filth street, Driving without headlights Hichard L. Rowell, 807 C avenue NW, Cedar Rapids, S10. Prohibited passing Harold M. Christen- sen, Central City, 510. Intoxication on the public highway Clarence E. Bils- land, 1816 Gary avenue NW, Cedar Rapids, Lindale drive, for a kitchen fire. A child playing with a cigaret lighter, firemen said, set a waste basket ablaze. Flames were confined to the waste basket, an adjacent door and the floor underneath. Dress Patterns and Needle- craft daily in the Classified Want Ad Set Picnic Excelsior A and L club will hold its annual pic- nic Sunday at p.m. in the brown pavilion at American Le- gion park. Lost male Tiger cat, wearing flea collar nd yellow harness. 16th St. and Brockman. 377-3978. -Adv. Services Set for Elizabeth Booth PALO Elizabeth (Libbie) Booth, 79, a resident of Palo all ler life, died Monday following brief illness. Born Aug. 29, 1894, in Palo, she was married :o fsaiah J. Booth Nov. She was a member of Ihe Palo Methodist church. Surviving are a daughter, Jean Woods; two sons, Edwin and Ivan, Palo; and a brother, auren Langguth, Palo; nine grandchildren; and six great- grandchildren. Services: Turner chapel west at p.m. Thursday by the Rev. Everett K. Burham of iharon United Methodist church. Burial: Palo cemetery. Friends may call at Turner's west. autpuU THE WEEKLY QUIZ It FART OF THIS NtWSPArtR'S SCHOOL PROGRAM (10 point! for qutttion unwind cortKllr) 1 The (CHOOSE ONE: Greek, Turkish) government, led by Prime Minister Bulent Ecevit, ordered an air and sea invasion of Cyprus. 2 Both Greece and Turkey are members of NATO. True or False? 3 Sam Garrison replaced as the House Judiciary Committee's Republican counsel. a-Sam Dash b-Edvvard Hutchinson c-AlbertJenner 4 Former Senator.. of Oregon, knov.n as the "Tiger of Ihe Senate" for his refusal to compromise, died at the age of 73. 5 The GNP, considered the broadest and most accurate measure of the economy's overall health, dropped tor a second con- secutive quarter. What do the letters GUP stand for? a-Greater Numerical Poll b-Gross National Product c General Net Payments newsname (10 point i if you cm identify thii ptrion [n niwi) Thn v.oild f'r- ganization that I sought to end HIG diet en Cyprus, V.tu matchwords pointi for nch correct milch) 1.....rchiiit a-sccM 2.....rebuke b adapted for both land and water 3.....tcbut c-snub 5.....amorphous t argue newspacture (10 pc4nli if jou iniwvr thli quiilion corKtljr) the deposed President of Cyprus, appealed to the United Nations to help restore him to power. The 60-year- old leader had been elected to a third 5-year term, in Feb- ruary of 1973. sportlight (2 poinlt for tich (futition tmwtrtd c 1 The latn Jay Hanna Dean, cdlcrful baseball figure, of the 2 Vetcr.in pitcher thre'.v Ihe first no-hitler1 of h's career, bfatinK 'he Oakland A's. a Mike Marshall I: nickBwna'i c V.'ooU 3 (CHOOSC Del Crandall. Eddie Mathe.vs) of the Atlanta Braves, 4 1651, the America's Cup lias eirhlema'.lc cf rupremacy in 5 The IOM US. V.'onipn's Open Rolf vflis ty (CHOOSE ONE; r.nol Mann, Sandra roundtabie F.mily diicuniwi (no icon) Would you like to serve on a jury? Why or why not! YOUR SCORE: lo 100 polnli Tor SCORIUI In 90 polntt E.t.ll.nl. 71 !o M point! Good. (1 lo 70 polnll Fiir. VIC, Inc., Midlion, WlKoniln Termites negiect., YOURS! ANSWERS ON REVERSE PAOli Let them alone, and they'll grow and sassy. As long as your house holds out. Bui we know how to take care of Idem. With Gold Crest Chemical Piotection. 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