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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 12, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa The Crdar Rapios Gazette: MOD., Aug. 12. 1974 Registration at Marion School is Slated This Week Sludi-nis new lt> ihe Marion Independent dislricl planning In attend hlu'll school Ibis should register Tuesday through Thursday m the counselors' offices Registration may be- e-omplcted any of lluisi1 days from 8 a m to noun and 1 In -1 p.m. Freshman orientation is scl fur ai 1 p.m. in the cafeteria. The principals arc in e-hargc of nrii'iilalion. Hiawatha Trails Kiwanis club breakfast is set for Tuesday al at Sam- bo's. and p m.. pre-schoul gym- nastics Ml 3li. ailult iincn HI noun ami 4. girls' baskelball I hoys basketball 2 :i :i basketball 7. karate class 7. pool youth lesoiis H a in anil 1 p m adult open swim noun and li :lll. youth icere-a- iiiiual v.i -1 sum, adult lessons Registration (or new student in the seventh and eighth grades al I.inn-Mar junior high school has been set for Aug. and 211. Students not already registered mav do so am lime during those two days in the junior high school office. Set Marion divi- sion Chamber of Commerce retail bureau will meet Thurs- day at in the Farm- ers Slate bank community room. Tuesday's activity schedule at the Marion YMCA is: Non-aquatic trampoline H a.m.. youth tennis 9. Some- time for Fun 1, baseball 10 Planners To nicdicin planning and zoning commis- sion will meet Tuesday at in the1 e-ounci! chambeTs al ci- tv hall. Board Expected j To Award Pact The 1.inn-Mar school board j is expected to award e-ontractsj at Us Aug 22 meeting for e-oiislrne-iion of a new bus ga- ic.'r Construction Co. has submitted the- apparent low bid of (or the general iinilrae-l. bid of 442 is appare-nlly low bu the' iiie'e-hanical uork Justice- Kh-eino lias Ihc1 apparent low bul of [or ele'ctncal work. W lle-rbst, a Marion junior in the j I'mversity ol Iowa college of medie-ine. will a pree-op- I lorship ill Cedar Rapids with Dr. Robert Veley, whose1 office is located at 11130 Fifth avenue I SK. Benton Farm Land Revalued Up 10 Percent VINTON The Benton county assessor has been di- rected by the county confer- ence board to revalue farm land and buildings up 10 percent. The revaluing and assessing must be completed by next April 1. The recommendation came after a special meeting of the conference board was called to deal with the state directive. State law requires new as- sessments be made of all real estate in 1975, according to County Assessor John Hart, but the state can order Benton county to revalue again during the next four years. Revaluations by county assessors are required every four years with the state being able to order revaluations twice during the interims. The key problem seems to be that assessors in each county are uncertain as to how much land should be revalued, and the state, Hart said, has been noncommittal about what is expected at that level. He said it's causing frustration and difficulties' for assessors across the slate. The county received an order directing residential property valuations be raised 17 percent last year and Hart said thai because lhat was done, he believes no other increase is warranled for the 1975 tax rolls. The conference board, mak- ing the recommendation on farm land values, is made up of the county supervisors, mayors of Benlon county cit- ies. and representatives of all school districts. Brandt Is Chairman Of Justice Committee ANAMOSA Lowell Brandt, activities cimsnltanl al the Iowa men's reformato- ry, has been named Iowa's criminal justice chair- man by Contact, Inc.. a nun- profit consulting agency sup- ported by the U. S. .layoee.-.. Brand! will serve as a re- source person who will help olher .laycei's and interested groups get involved with the criminal justice program and will accept suggestions as to what types of criminal justice volunteer programs are need- ed. lie can be contacted at Hox H. Anamosa: or at 4H2-35II4. Buy List Sell Residential Commercial Industrial Trade-Ins Appraisals Betty Berry Home Phone 363-8422 HEDGES REALTORS 107 2nd SI. 5C 364-BU! Two Are Hurt In Crash of Cars and Pickup men suf- fered injuries in a three -vehi- cle accident in a Decorah resi- dential area Sunday afternoon. Donald Nash. 44, W'ycoff, Minn., was treated at a De- corah hospital for head inju- ries. James Juve, 35. Decor-h. declined treatment for facial cuts. Phillip Burmeister. 27. Chicago, driver of the third car, escaped injury. Juve was charged by De- corah police with following too closely. Officers said the Nash vehi- cle was stopped at an intersei lion and Burmeister wa stopped behind when Juve' pickup struck it from the rea and pushed it into Nash': vehicle. The accident happend short ly before 3 p.m. Loss was es timated at more than Three Bound Over As Drunk Drivers TOLEDO Three men charged with drunk drivin; have been bound over '.o Tama county district court. Greg Anthony Goos. Gladbrook, was charged will drunk driving by state troop ers after he was involved in at accident on highway 96 east ol Gladbrook July 27 in whicl Jason Jirotitek, 3-year-old sor of Mr. and Mrs. Larry A. ,11- routek. Cedar Rapids, was fatally injured. Karlen Glenn Mathes, 31. Toledo, also charged with drunk driving was arrestec July 31 by the Toledo police chief. Dr. John J. Hess, jr.. 43 Tama dentist, was charged with drunk driving by a Tarn; city police officer last week on highway 30 at Tama. All three men are free on personal recognizance. Postvilie Board Candidates File POSTVILLE Three candidates have filed nomina- tion papers for the district one school board post. Those filing are Mrs. LeRoy Odem, Ralph J. Hanson and Noel Cook. Dr. M. Schlien. present director, is not seeking re-el- ection. Kenneth Timmerman, district four director, has filed nomination papers for re-elec- tion as has W. A. Kneeland for the office of treasurer. Officers Elected KKOTA Officers elected for the cmiimimity club are: Donald Laing. president; Dave llobscheidt, vice-president; Mrs. Cecil (ireiner. sevrolary- Ire-asuror. VISIT THE MARION OFFICE Complete Circulation And Want Ad Service. 743 10th STREET Marion Office Phone 398-8430 Or You May Dial 398-8234 To Order Your Want Ad. (ioing Out of Business! The Folks and I'nclc Leonard. Marion. Selling out entire slock all week; auction Sal. Aug. 17th, A very sincere thank you to relatives. IK glibors, and friends, lor the1 'ovely cards, gifts, fletwers and prayers while hospitalized. Fran Kula. Adv. See Women's World in Classified. Patterns, Needle- craft, Sewing Machines, etc. It happens every day! Adv. Siding, roofing, since Warner Bros. Adv. Siding, roofing, insulation. Warner Bros.. 377-5573. Adv. Student Degree POSTVILLE Alan Mar- tindale, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Martindale of Post- ville, will receive his master's degree in physical education at the summer commence- ment exercises of Indiana .Slate university in Terre Haute. Independence Classes To Begin Aug. 23 l.NDKPKNDKNCI-; (lass- be1 able to slow or stop the- growth of cancer e-ells lo Ihc- point at which a drug is included in the armor of Ihe1 physician's fight against cancer the first six months of last year. Dr. Rosaxxa not- ed, there were new ma UTials for Hie- kind of activity needed to inhibit cancer c-e-ll growth During the1 same period, only six com- pounels were considered to In- sufficiently active and nun- loxic for limited study in pa- lie'iits with cancer. Natural Compound Many substances come from chemical synthesis in the lab- oratory but Dr. Rosazza is chiefly interested in com- pounds that originate in plants and animals. Nationwide, about half the substances tested last year were from natural products as researchers continued to comb the plant and animal king- doms for active anti-tumor compounds. This "back-to-nature" search for help in controlling a disease is not unprecednted. Dr. Rusazza emphasized. "Government researchers screened thousands of plants in their search for steroid hormone precursors during Ihe 1940s and he re- called. "These steroid per- cursors were essential to the development of relatively in- expensive syntheses of many types of hormone products." Difficulty The search for cancer drugs with new and novel chemical structures is being conducted in plants, micro-organisms and even in animal tissues. After plants are collected Starting Tuesday 5 DAYS ONLY Tuesday August 1 3 Thru Saturday August 1 7 Bring the all children No appointment necessary t Limit: One per child Two per family Ages: Four weeks through fourteen years Additional prints available at reasonable prices e Groups it eich iddilionil child PhotOQrapher8 Hours: Family 8 x 10 Color Portrait SPECIAL! grandparents, adult rnimlat Mnm V "3d. UMC special fVB per family. Dally: 10 AM to 1 2 PM to 5 PM... 6 PM to 8 PM Saturday: 10 AM to 1 PM... 2 PM to PM GIANT STORE 3111 16TH AVE. SW Only Children with parents, couples, Mom and from field areas M over Ihc world, extracts an1 made and screened for anti-cancer ity. Extracts that show activi- ty arc purified fur further testing One majiir difficulty in deal- ing with anti-lunmr drugs from nature is that such chemicals very complex structures, making chemical synthesis or modlficalioh complicated. One u-ry unusual ami pract- ical way uf obtaining modified roadblocks to its use often appear "It's frustrating. Dr. Rosazza said. "The drug may seem to have all the rii.'ht ac- tivities, but after years of test- ing, the word comes back, 'Sorry, it just isn't working on Ihe patients'. "Also, people tend to forget about those drugs which have high acuuu, but don! make it as a 'super-drug'. Few pen- pie gone hack to Ihe lab with these drugs to see what could he modified to make Postvilie Schools Get New Teachers POSTVILLE New teach- ers will be coining to the Post- i ville community school dis- j trie! this fall They are1 Marlene Morgan. i combination room; Mrs Laurel Voltmer. Neil liishup. fifth grade; Diane Robertson. I vocal instructor; Gary While1, j vocational agriculture, i Christina Itautnan, home e-co- j nomics; Donald Luck, high social studies. Diiiiuli! 1 Sowers, middle school math and assistant varsity football and basketball coach. cancer compounds js ny more Schools To ing micro-organisms to change the drug's arc doing that at on Aug. 26 laboratories of Keota communi- Modify of pharmacy schools will open Aug. 2ti. is registration for Dr. Kosazza and Ills under a through sixth workers at the 1'. of 1 of from the will lie held Tuesday. demonstrated that Cancer seventh through twelfth ganisms can often Wednesday. and modify drug is an important will be held in in the same way that drugs in the treatment high school between K and and other mammals but any Thus, the micro-organism working on now School insurance can be as a convenient, simple available only after for S3. 50 to Sti with tory" which may provide he pointed of Omaha. Lunch tively large amounts of aclivc tumor must be put on the available techniques cost is 4fi to BO cents. Book rent will remain the Micro-organisms like now to cure cancer: and bacteria often cannot surgery, seen with the unaided existing drug Placed in nutrient solutions, micro-organisms gwow and reproduce al very rapid Drug Numbers To report a violation: Not It is necessary to find Trotter's Dooley 377-8081 "righl" James vou help: which willltransform 56, Maynard, died II 362-21 74 anti-tumor drug, so Dr. Veteran's hospital in p m to midnighl} mainains about 200 ferent cultures in his had been ry following a July 31 Safety three miles norlh on a blacktop To Hold Before any compound is tried on a cancer patienl, il must successfully pass it has been established that he died because of ill heallh, not from TEETH Securely Do false teeth embarrass you by of tesls and safety checks repealed on laboratory in the accident. Memorial services are at looso when you eat, laugh, or talk? A denture adhesive can help FARTEETH3 Kives dentures a long- mals. The process lakes several years. 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