Cedar Rapids Gazette, August 12, 1974, Page 9

Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette August 12, 1974

Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 12, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Mown New The C edar Rapids Gazette: Mon , Aug 12, 1971 Registration at Marion School is Slated This Week Students new to the Marion Independent district planning to attend high school this fall should register • Tuesday through Thursday rn the counselors’ offices. Registration may be completed any of those days from 8 a rn to noon and I to 4 p.m. Freshman orientation is set for Aug. 19 at I p.m. in the cafeteria. The principals are in charge of orientation ★ ★ ★ Kiwanis— Hiawatha Trails Kiwanis club breakfast is set for Tuesday at ti:55 at Sambos. it • ★ Set Meeting— Marion division Chamber of Commerce retail bureau will meet Thursday at 9:30-a rn. in the Farmers State bank community room it it it YMCA— Tuesday's activity schedule at the Marion YMCA is: Non-aquatic — trampoline 9 a m., youth tennis 9, Sometime for Fun I, baseball Kl Benton Farm Land Revalued Up I 0 Percent VINTON - The Benton county assessor has been directed by the county conference board to revalue farm land and buildings up IO percent. The revaluing and assessing must be completed by next April I The recommendation came after a special meeting of the conference board was called to deal with the state directive. State law requires new assessments 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 w hat is expected at that level He said it’s causing frustration and difficulties for assessors across the state. The county received an order directing residential property valuations be raised 17 percent last year and Hart said that because that was done, he believes no other increase is warranted for the 1975 tax rolls. The conference board, making the recommendation on farm land values, is made up of the county supervisors, mayors of Benton county cities. and representatives of all school districts Brandt Is Chairman Of Justice Committee ANAMOSA - Lowell Brandt, activities consultant at the Iowa men’s reformatory, has been named Iowa s Jaycee criminal justice chairman by Contact, Inc., a nonprofit consulting agency supported by the ll. S. Jayoeco. Brandt will serve as a resource person who will help other Jaycees and interested groups get involved with the criminal justice program and will accept suggestions as to what types of criminal justice volunteer programs are needed He can be contacted at Box B. Anamosa: or at 482-3594 • Sell • Residential • Commercial • Industrial • Trade Ins • Appraisals Betty Berry Home Phone 363-84 22 HEDGES REALTORS 107 2nd St SF 364-8121 and I p iii , pre-school gymnastics IO 30, adult open gym noon and 4, girls' basketball I boys basketball 2:30, 3 on 3 basketball 7, karate class 7, pool — youth lesons 9 a ni and I p rn., adult open swim noon and 8 30, youth recreational swim 4. swim team 5, adult lessons 7.30. ★ ★ ★ Registration for new student in the seventh and eighth grades at Linn-Mar junior high school has been set for Aug. 19 and 20. Students not already registered may do se any time during those twit days in the junior high school office. ★ ★ * Planners To Meet—Marion planning and zoning commission will meet Tuesday at 7:30 in the council chambers at city hall. Two Are Hurt In Crash of Cars and Pickup DECORAH—Two men suffered injuries in a three -vehicle accident in a Decorah residential area Sunday afternoon Donald Nash. 44 Wycoff, Minn., was treated at a Decorah hospital for head injuries. 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 Decorah police with following too closely. Officers said the Nash vehicle was stopped at an intersection and Burmeister was stopped behind when Juve’s pickup struck it from the rear and pushed it into Nash’s vehicle The accident happend shortly before 3 p.m. Loss was estimated at more than SI.(MIO Three Bound Over As Drunk Drivers TOLEDO — Three men charged with drunk driving have been bound over to Tama county district court dreg Anthony Goos, 20, Gladbrook, was charged with drunk driving by state troopers after he was involved in an accident on highway 98 east of Gladbrook July 27 in which Jason Jiroutek, 3-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry A. Jiroutek, Cedar Rapids, was fatally injured Karlen Glenn Mathes. 31. Toledo, also charged with drunk driving was arrested July 31 by the Toledo police chief. Dr. John J. Hess. jr.. 43, Tama dentist, was charged with drunk driving by a Tama city police officer last week on highway 30 at Tama All three men are free on personal recognizance. Postville Board Candidates File POSTVILLE -    Three candidates have filed nomination papers for the district one school board post. Those filing are Mrs. LeRoy Odem. Ralph J. Hanson and Nm*I Cook Dr. M Schlien, present director, is not seeking re-election. Kenneth Timmerman, district four director, has filed nomination papers for re-election as has VV A. Kneeland for the office of treasurer. Officers Elected KEOTA — Officers elected for the community club arc: Donald Laing. president; Dave I lobscheidt,    t ice-president; Mrs Cecil Greiner, secretary-treasurer VISIT THE QhtjH+c 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. Board Expected To Award Pact File Linn Mar school board is expected to award contracts at its Aug 22 meeting for construction of a new bus garage. Zobae Construction Co. has submitted the apparent low Iud of $183,811 for the general contract. Gerber s bid of $26.-442 is apparently low for the mechanical work Justice Electric has the apparent low bid of $39,278 for electrical work ★ ★ ★ I'receptorship—John    VV Herbst, a Marion junior in the University of Iowa college of medicine, will serve a preeep-torship in Cedar Rapids with Dr Robert Velev, whose office is located at 193(1 Fifth avenue SE. it it it Going Out of Business! The Folks and Uncle Leonard, Marion. Selling out1 entire stock all week; auction Sal. Aug. 17th, MHI P.M.—Adv. • * + A very since**e thank you to relatives, rn gnbors, and friends, for the lovely cards, gifts, flowers and prayers while hospitalized Fran Kula. - Adv. ★ ★ ★ See Women’s World in Classified. Patterns, Needlecraft, Sewing Mac hines, etc. It happens every day! — Adv A it it Siding, roofing, since 1953. Warner Bros 377-5573 —Adv it it it Siding, roofing, insulation Warner Bros., 377-5573. — Adv. Student Degree POSTVILLE - Alan Martindale, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Martindale of Postville. will receive his master’s degree in physical education at the summer commencement exercises of Indiana State university in Terre Haute. Independence Classes To Begin Aug. 23 INDEPENDENCE - Class-cs a! the Independence community schools will begin Aug. 23 rile schedule for '■(•gistration at the various schools is as follows Elementary — 8 a rn to 5 p.in. at East and West at Independence and South at Rowley. Middle school — Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 8 a rn to 4 39 p m Senior high school — Any new students in the district entering senior high school classes for tile first time can register this week. On the first day of classes students are to report to the gym at 8.30 a in. for orientation, after which they will follow a shortened schedule of their class periods. Fees are to be paid in their homerooms at I p.m. Florence Sellers Dies Services Are Tuesday CENTRAL CITY—Florence Sellers. 84. a resident of Central City the lust 43 years, died in a Marion nursing home Saturday. Born Nov 21. 1889. in Sutherland. she was married to Claude VV M>wis in 1911 He died in 1938 In 1937, she was married to Harry R. Sellers at Central City. She was a member of the United Methodist church and Linn chapter GES. Surviving arc a son, Merton Lewis, Central City. two daughters, Merna Andrews, Dallas Center, and Mrs. Gerald McGrath, Cedar Rapids; two stepchildren, Mrs. J A. Tilley, Mesa. Ari/., and Gilbert Sellers, Central City; nine grandchildren, eight greatgrandchildren, and a brother. Walter Hocker!, Florida. Services Tuesday at 1:30 at Murdoch chapel in Central Cliv Withdraws Name KEOTA — Jim Reed bas withdrawn his name as candidate for the Keota school board. Carol Richardson, in-cumbemt, is now unopposed A Tedious Process ON THIS DATE in 1989, Catholics. Protestants and police battled in Londonderry in the worst outbreak of violence in Northern Ireland in more than 39 years. IOWA CITY - The search for anti-tumor drugs can be tedious, discouraging and apparently endless Dr John I* Kosazza, an associate professor or medical chemistry and natural products in the University of Iowa college of pharmacy, explains that extricating a useful cancer drug from nature’s storehouses means sifting a handful of possible useful compounds from thousands under consideration It s a long time from the first hopeful reports by investigators that a new drug may be able to slow or stop the growth of cancer cells to the point at which a drug is included in the armor of the physician’s fight against cancer During the first six months of last year. Dr Rosazza noted, there were 18.(Hid new materials screened for the kind of activity needed to inhibit cancer cell growth During the same period, only six compounds were considered to be sufficiently active and nontoxic for limited study in patients with cancer. Natural Compound Many substances come from chemical synthesis in the laboratory but Dr. Rosazza is chiefly interested in compounds 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 kingdoms for active anti-tumor compounds This “back-to-nature” search for help in controlling a discase is not unprecednted, Dr Rosazza emphasized. “ G (>ver n men t resea re he rs screened thousands of plants in their search for steroid hormone precursors during the 1949s and 1959s,’’ he recalled. ‘‘These steroid per-eursors were essential to the development of relatively inexpensive syntheses of many types of hormone products.” Difficulty The search for cancer drugs uitb 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 I 3 Thru Saturday August I 7 ai* o'** £ YOUR CHILD'S 8" x 10" PORTRAIT IIM mw mm the all children • No appointment necessary • limit: One per child Two per family • Ages: Four weeks through fourteen years • Additional prints available at reasonable prices • Groups at $1.25 each additional child Photographers Hours: Daily: 10 AM to 1 PM ... 2 PM to 5 PM ... 6 PM to 8 PM Saturday: 10 AM to 1 PM... 2 PM to 4:30 PM (GIANT STORE — 31 11 I ATH AVE, SW Family 8 x IO Color Portrait SPECIAL! WM $0'88 Only Children with parents, grandparents, adult couples. Mom and Dad Limit one special per tamily. from field areas all over the world, extracts arc made arid screened for anti cancer activity Extracts that show activity are purified for further testing One major difficulty in dealing with anti-tumor drugs from nature is that such chemicals have very complex structures, making chemical synthesis or modification complicated. One very unusual and practical way of obtaining modified cancer compounds is by allowing micro-organisms to change the drug s chemical structure. Modify Compounds Dr. Rosazza and his coworkers at the U. of I. have demonstrated that micro-organisms can often metabolize and modify drug compounds in the same way that humans and other mammals can Thus, the micro-organism acts as a convenient, simple “factory” which may provide relatively large amounts of active tumor compounds Micro-organisms like fungi and bacteria often cannot he seen with the unaided eye. Placed in nutrient solutions, micro-organisms gwow and reproduce at very rapid rates. It is necessary to find the “right” micro-organism which wilUtransform each anti-tumor drug, so Dr. Rosazza mainains about 2(H) different cultures in his laboratory refrigerator Safety Factor Before any compound is tried on a cancer patient, it must successfully pass dozens of tests and safety checks repeated on laboratory animals. The process takes several years. Even if the compound reaches the stage of human testing, unanticipat€*d roadblocks appear. to its use often “It’s very frustrating,” Dr Rosazza said “The drug may seem to have all the right activities, hut after years of testing, the word comes hack, ‘Sorry, it just isn t working on the patients’. “Also, people tend to forget about those drugs which have high activity, but don’t make it as a ‘super-drug’. Few people have gone back to the lab with these drugs to see what could be modified to make them more effective. We are doing that at the research laboratories of the college of pharmacy.” Dr Rosazza is currently working under a three-year grant of $88,152 from the National Cancer Institute. "There is an important role fro drugs in the treatment of cancer, hut any compound we’re working on now would be available only after several years,“ he pointed out. “Emphasis must be put on the available techniques we have now to cure cancer: early detection, surgery, radiation, and existing drug therapy.” Accident Not Cause Of Trotter’s Death MAYNARD — James Trotter, 58, Maynard, died Sunday in Veteran’s hospital in Iowa City. Trotter had been hospitalized following a July 31 accident three miles north of Maynard on a blacktop road However, it has been established that he died because of ill health, not from injuries suffered in the accident. Memorial services are at I p m. Tuesday at the Delsing-Wright chapel in Maynard. He is survived by his wife and three sons. Postville Schools Get New Teachers POSTVILLE - New teachers will bo coming to the Postville community school district this fall They arc Marlene Morgan, combination room; Mrs Laurel Voltmer, Ned Bishop, fifth grade; Diane Robertson, vocal instructor; Gary W'hite vocational    agriculture; Christina Bauman, home economics; Donald Luck, high school social studies, Donald Sowers, middle school math and assistant varsity football and basketball coach. Keota Schools To Open on Aug. 26 KEOTA — Keota community schools will open Aug. 28 Student registration for kindergarden through sixth grade will he held Tuesday: and seventh through twelfth grades, Wednesday. Registration will he held in the high school between 8 and School insurance can he •hased for $3.50 to $8 with of Omaha. Lunch program cost is 45 to 69 cents Book rent will remain the same fwchasec utual C.R. Drug Numbers To report a violation: Michael Dooley 377-8081 lf you need help: Foundation ll... 362-31 74 (4 pm lo midnight) _ Advertisement How To Hold FALSE TEETH Securely Do false teeth embarrass you by coming loose when you eat, laugh, or talk’ A denture adhesive can help. FA8TEETH*fives dentures a longer, firmer, steadier hold. Makes eating more enjoyable. For more security and comfort, use KASTEETH Denture Adhesive Powder. Dentures that fit are essential to health. See your dentist regularly. I farts Now . . . Your Savings Opportunity Is Here On A Great New Dishwasher! A General Electric Fotscrubbef dishwasher is guaranteed to do this. Or we ll take it back. Cleans Your Pots. 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Open Mon. and Thurs. ’til 9 106 Second Ave. SW Open All Day Saturday Phone 363-0283 At the West end of the Second Avenue Bridge > ;

  • Alan Martindale
  • Anthony Goos
  • Betty Berry
  • Carol Richardson
  • Christina Bauman
  • Claude Vv
  • Diane Robertson
  • Donald Laing
  • Donald Luck
  • Donald Nash
  • Donald Sowers
  • Gilbert Sellers
  • Harry R. Sellers
  • J A. Tilley
  • Jim Reed
  • John Hart
  • John J. Hess
  • Karlen Glenn Mathes
  • Leroy Odem
  • Lowell Brandt
  • M Schlien
  • Marlene Morgan
  • Merna Andrews
  • Merton Lewis
  • Michael Dooley
  • Mrs Cecil Greiner
  • Mrs Laurel Voltmer
  • Ned Bishop
  • Ralph J. Hanson
  • Robert Martindale
  • Robert Velev
  • Tuff Tub

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Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette

Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Issue Date: August 12, 1974

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