Cedar Rapids Gazette, August 5, 1974, Page 7

Cedar Rapids Gazette

August 05, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 5, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 4 The Cedar Rapids Gazelle: Mon.. Aug. 5. 1374 lowan Realizes a Goal By Dorothy Williams WASHINGTON. 1> -It rightfully, be comlud- cd that Nick Sirittmaiter never yearned fur a job a- an. the :'l.y owa. man r evator operator opnrls opportunity to work on Capitol iiill this summer t'mier an arrangement which makes it possible for senators to bring young people here. Xick op. nn elf. ofor five hotfr-- a lay for a ninnth-and-a-half at s'lMii monthly, working in a signed to Nicl- was that result- nit; from idea for leg- islation to pnnide constituents with toll-free telephone access to their senators and Dame Senior Nlik. who will enter his Monticello man. in politics and tori. lomed the senator in on a segment of his campaign walk from Solon to Kiwa City Works in Office of the OML- i of senator wl: ar ha-, formed vunie abeut life here "I MV nou how easy i! :o necoine isolated in 'oii lie said "1 >_'Uess Nu'kV Mvfoot. tour-iiu-h >oinii! played hid; -chool basketball. Freiuieiil folioucd, '.u'.h >enalor on one hi> fa-.ontc leal illness Nick Mural Sen. Hubert il Humphrey. the Minnesota Deniiierat. inrrcdihh friendly --he nisi lumps at you when you lii'." Maryland's Itepiihlu-aii Sen Charles McC. Mathias i- iniieii a gentleman." in Xiek's estimation He's interested "lie's very nmrh intereMed ill ulial Mm have in say The dean of Hie senate (uwue Alken, Vermont He- pnblu-an, habitually u'o! nntn the elevator, accompanied iiy a couple of aides, and siood si- lently. hands on hips, thought- fully limiting (limn at the floor. It was the elevator job. arranged by Iowa's junior senator. Demoerat Dick Clark. thai gave Xiek his eoxeted a siT-a-week room .1 ileorw WaslmiLOon eo-eil dormitory eaN niov: of his meals m tiu- -eii.iii .-.if.'Vria Nick remained on the iob :n I lark'- office past the er'.il oi elf.ator >ob and to another ueek. helping er liiail. do research for and lending a hand :n :i of oilier of ,-o._'nm'-' sniff to areas of mieresi. ihe nial- teiN referred in Nick UMiallv concern the judiciary, educa- ".loii or latior job lo oliuiin informalion on a bill Sometimes lie niiisi find out tin slams nl' the bill and someiimes ii is a M'liatur'- posilion on legislation lhal i-- iitsired drafts are usually reviewed mice or twice, especially if the senator's official position is ed. Typical of the research as- easy to gi't nut of touch with real American life." He praised Clark for effort to u'e! back 'o low a ofieii "You can sit here and read about the farmer trou- ble because of wet weather, inn n isn't the tramp- nii; through the ue! unh him." Xuk expressed awe a' Ihe "immensity of lilenl. "There are so many agen- cies, so many departments, you how lug this eoiinlry is and what a big iob H is to run n He has. been si- multaneously struck by the "limitations of Just One Mode "The L'overn.mem can do nisi so much toward solving problems. The gm eminent is Hist one mode of bringing about social change: a better equity." Clark is lops with Xick. He has been eyer since Ihe young in e Ray Helps Launch Balloon Championships IND1ANOLA. Iowa Gov. Robert Ray spent about an hour aloft in a balloon Sun- day as part of Ihe opening cer- emnnies at the Xational Hot Air Balloon Champion- ships. The 'jovernor and Simpson college President Richard Lancaster made the ascent in a balloon owned by Matt Wiederkehr. St. Paul. Minn The which had been postponed several limes because of high yvinds. are being held on the Simpson college campus. They are to continue through Thursday. Sixty-seven of the IBS bal- loonisls competed in the tra- jectile event Sunday, which is an exercise in navigation and pinpoint landing. Entrants amass points in four catego- ries to determine the national champion. Meet officials said condi- tions were ideal for balloonine Sunday night, and they ex- pected a full day of competi- tion in the three remaining events on Monday. ON THIS DATE in the United States. Britain and the Soviet Union signed a treaty outlawing nuclear tests in the atmosphere, in space and under water. Gov. Robert Ray waved to onlookers as he pre- pared to ascend in u balloon at the 1 974 National Hot Air Balloon Championships at Simpson college in Indianola Sunday. At the governor's left and partial- ly obscured, is Richard Lancaster, president of Simp- son. At his right is Matt Wiederkehr, St. Paul, Minn., owner of the balloon. Ray appeared at the official opening of the championships, which will continue through Thursday. Gazette Want Ads... The Marketplace for AIR CONDITIONERS! SOLD! 'Someone recognized the ad- dress and coiled me before I got home from fhe office. Robert T. Fultz 3840 E Ave. N.W. SOLD! SOLD! "Had 14 calls. Never used want ads before. I'll sure use them again. Mrs. Earl Lockard 320 35th St. N.E. SOLD! '20 calls! Generally have Wish I had more to sell. good results with the Gazette Ne'er expected so many calls ads. These went fcs' o- 'o sell it so fast." Mrs. James '-H. Alvm Kriegel 4806 Mt. Coir Dr. N.W -3584 Westwood Dr. N.E. Each Want Ad Was Needed Only 1 Day! BUYERS and SELLERS MEET IN CLASSIFIED To Order Your Action-Ad DIAL 398-8234 8 to j Mon Thru Fri. Until Noon Sat. e wrote Clark a sec- and lalkul with the sum members They had no for him last year, bn! in he was noli- 1'ied there would be an opening llns Bummer Legal Profession Xick, son of Ambrose Stniimalter. a Motuicc-llo lawyer, also plans to enter the legal profession. As he reflects on his lime in Washington, he suggests une of ihe most unusual develop- ments --for him --provide key to Clark's personality Arru ing for his first day at work. Xick asked the recep- liooKi what he should call Clark She replied. -'Dick Xick protested thai Clark was a senator: it didn't sound respectful. The receptionist, however, told him Clark would be offended in Xick addressed him more formally. "So. I called him Dick. I have ever since Maquoketa Pollution Is Discussed By Mary Helle of the Maquoketa river was dis- cussed by Lake Delhi Recrea- tion Assn. members at meeting Sunday al Hartwick Marina. A presentation on the problem, accompanied by- pictures of the polluted areas, was made by Harry Hartman. Norman Landers and Orville Wellman. The cabin owners were told the Iowa department of en- vironmental quality has been contacted and is now inves- tigating the water pollution. Pollution is coming from several sources, including yvaste from cabins along the river, the men informed as- sociation members. They urged that steps be taken to properly dispose of waste from the cabins. Richard Donahue. West Un- ion, was re-elected president of the association during the election which followed Sun- day's meeting. Be cool outside and in...with RUSCO Awnings, Doors and Windows, Cut Cooling and Heating costs enjoy year comfort! 16 Beautiful colors Baked-on finish lasts for years Doors also available in Safety Glass Dependable Full Warranty Rusco the leader iince 1937. FREE ESTIMATES IOWA INC. "Folks who are still quality-minded" 515 Eighth Avenue SE 364-0295 "THERE IS A DIFFERENCE" Evenings Call I DON MINT, 363-1164 JERRY WILLIAMSON, C06GON, 435-2273 I HARK UPREE, 362-2733 RICH ETSCHEIDT, NEWHAU. 223-5436 BILL rOCI, STAIWOOD 845-3992 Motherwell Mural at U. of I. THIS PAINTING BY Robert Motherwell will hang in the indoor sculpture gallery of the University of Iowa museum of art after its size has been determined and it has been placed on a stretcher. It is No. 1 26 in the artist's series, "Elegy for the Spanish Easy Solution is Seen For Bell Issues in Iowa DKS MOIXKS. Inwa I.fical issues easily can be set- lied within a week, the pres- ident nf the DCS Moines local of the Communications Work- ers of America said Sunday. Dutch Kleyweght. president of Local 7102. said the 2.000 members of his loeal would report for work Monda> at Northwestern Bell after a na- tionwide strike agains. the Bell System was averted hy a last minute agreement Sunday night. In Washington. CWA Pres- ident Glenn K. Watts said lo- cal issues musl he resolved before the national settlement is submitted to Ihe union membership for ratification. A deadline of midnight Aug. 11 was set for reaching agree- ment on local contracts. Asked if Ihe local issues could be settled in a week. Kleyweght said. "I understand it's all hut settled." He said the local issues had to do with contract lan.yuase rather than money. There are 7.HUH CWA members in Iowa. Last week. Herb Handels. a t'WA interna- tional representative for Iowa, said the low.a workers voted about Hl-l in favor of Ihe strike. Eastern Iowa Students Cited IOWA CITY folluwinir Eastern Iowa students at the University of Iowa have earned special honors for uni- versity undergraduate studies: Cedar Rapids-Douglas Pinney. highest distinction; Walker Funk, high distinction; Iowa City-- Susan Wiitala. highest distin- tion: Marion-William Grove, high distinction; Middle- David Cook, distinction: West Liberty-Cave Plunkett. dis- tinction. IOWA CITY A lli-fool mural by the noted abstract expressionist painter Robert Motherwell will hanu sunn in the mdooor sculpture gallery "f the I'niversity of Iowa museum of art. The huge, black and white painting commissioned by the museum with the aid nf a ST.OHO grant from the .National Endowment fur the Arts fur works in public places. Matching funds are being provided from the university's Mark Ranney fund and con- tributions from friends of the museum. Also a partial gift to the university from the arli.it. the mural is No. 128 in Mother- yvell's monumental series. "Elegy for the Spanish Repub- The I', nf I. painting, in acrylic on canvas, also incor- porates some nf the feeling of Motherwell's most recent "Open The painting is at the U. of I. museum, hut has not yet been put onto a stretcher. The artist has not yet determined its tinal shape and evaet size, hut will do so this fall. A native nf Aberdeen. Wash Motherwell first stud- ied ihe works of Parisian painters while in France in for work on a master's thesis. After his return lo tl United States, he moved 11 Xew York City, where he no lives. His works have been show i in major national and ii ternational exhibitions, includ- ing the international biennials in Sao Paulo. Brazil, and Ven- ice. Italv. GAZETTE TELEPHONE NUMBERS For News, Sports, Bookkeeping, Gensrol Infor- lion and Offices Nof Listed Below Coll 398-8211 Circulation-Subscription Depl. 398-8333 Mon. thru Sot. 8 a.m. fo 1 p.m. Sundays Until 12 Noon Holidays 11 a.m. lo 7p.m. Wont Ads Mon. thru Fri. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday until 13 Noon )isploy Advertising 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Morion Office 398-8234 398-8222 398-843Q Good Reasons why you should buy all of your insurance from us MUlMser Smith Agency. Inc. Ph. 365-8611 526 2nd Ave. S.E. ;