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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 25, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa The Odar Rapids Gazette: Son., Aug. 25. 1974 Kirkwood College Degrees Awarded to 410 Degree Explanation A8S Agriculfure Building Services ACS Accounfanf (associate of applied science ADS Administrative Secretary (associate of applied science AB Agribusiness (associate of applied science AGM Agricultural Mechanics (associate of applied science AD Architectural Drafting AA Associate of Arts degree. AS Associate of Science degree. ADN Associate Degree Nurse. AC Auto Collision Repair AM Automotive Mechanics CR Clerical Receptionist EC Communication Electronics CO Computer Operations PDF Computer Programmer (associate of applied science COR Corrections (associate of arts DA Dental Assistant DLT Dental laboratory Technician (associate of applied science EES Electrical Equipment Servicing EET Electronics Engineering Technology (associate of applied science EHA Environmental Health Assistant EM Evening FM Fashion Merchandising (associate of applied science FL Floriculture FSM Food Store Marketing (associate of applied science FS Food Service Training GA Graphic Arts GS General Secretary (diploma) HF Home furnishings (associate of applied science HTM Horticulture -Grounds Turf (associate of applied science HLG Horticulture -Landscape, Nursery Garden Center (associate of applied science HPN Horticulture -Parks and Natural Resources (associate of applied science IWM Industrial Wholesale Marketing (associate of applied science IS Insurance Secretary JA Junior Accounting LE Law Enforcement (associate of arts LES legal secretary LS Library Services (associate of arts M Machinist MD Management-Development (associate of applied science MET Mechanical Engineering Technology (associate of applied sci- ence MA Medical Assistant MS Medical Secretary OTA Therapy Assistant OPA Orthopaedic Physician's Assistant (associate of applied science ORT Operating Room Technician PN Practical Nurse PA Agriculture (associate of applied science VFC-PA Production Agriculture -Veterans Farm Coop (associate of applied science RT Respiratory Therapy (associate of applied science RM Retail management (associate of applied science TA Teacher Associate (associate of arts VK. Vocational Keypunch WS Welding Specialist Night College Courses Added At Mt. Mercy Several more college credit courses will be added to ML Mercy college's late afternoon and evening class program. This year 18 courses are being offered, all carrying three and a half hours college credit. Formal admission to ML Mercy is not required for reg- istration in the late afternoon and evening program. Persons interested may contact the college admissions office, 363- 8213, between 8 a.m. and p.m., Monday through Friday until Sept. 9. The expanded program includes courses in two new- areas criminal justice administration and early- childhood eduation. Tylor Johnson, chairman of the ML Mercy criminal jus- tice department, will teach a course on "Political Accounta- bility of the Police" from 7 to p.m. Tuesday and Thurs- day, and "The Nature of Criminal to p.m., Mondays. Cedar Rapids Police Chief Wallace LaPeters will teach "Contemporary1 Issues in Criminal Justice: Problems of to p.m. on Tuesdays. "Language Development and Learning Experiences for Young Children" will he taught by Dr. Ellen Mar-bach, assistant professor of educa- tion at ML Mercy, from 4 to 4: 50 p.m., Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. She will also teach "Parent-School Rela- tionships" to 8 p.m. Mon- day and Wednesday. The fall term begins Sept. 9. Other late afternoon and evening courses include Intro- duction to Art, Printmaking, Advanced Shorthand and Transcription, Financial Ac- counting I, Investments, Pub- lic Finance, Social Psycholo- gy, Sociology of the Family, A Tour of Spain, Elements of Radio and Television Broad- casting, Diplomatic History, Major Political Problems and Modern Elementary School Math. The summer commence- ment program for Kirkwmid (immunity voliw Satur- day in Veterans Memorial col- Slnubtrr> Poiet- Harold Sohug AtV IV-riM Slreivher Jsniiv The collect' presented decrees, diplomas and certifi- cates to about 410 persons. Iowa (iov Kobert Ray was the commencement speaker Ira Larson, Kirkwood assist- ant superintendent, was mas- ter of ceremonies Morns Allen, who will retire this year from the mlleiie hoard of directors, delivered welcom- ing remarks. Kirkwood Super- intendent Selhy llallantynr presented awards to the grad- uates. The largest number of candidates 135 are from Linn county. Johnson county graduates total The list of candidates also includes 17 persons each frmi) Henton and Delaware counties. 15 from ,Iones county, 13 from Wash- ington county, 1! from lima county and ten each from Tama and Fayette counties. Nine of the candidates are from Cedar county and eisjht from .lackson coum> The candidates: Adair Orient: Risa Richardson. FL Allamakee Waukon: Debbie Martin, PA Audubon Audubon: Johnathan Weeks, AD BfDlOQ Atkins: Patrick Pigotl. DLT: Sherri Williams, VK. Belle Plaine: Jeanne Mansfield. MA. Keystone: Larry Pickart. EC. New-ball: Bernard Terncs, AD; Becky Wille. DA. Shellsbarg: Linda Ueklotz. DA. I'rbana: Kristi Kilsing. MA. Van Home: Patrick Barn-. EES: Michael Fischer, AM; James Kin- derknecht, EES. Vinton: Cheryl Alpers. DLT; Dale Busier. EES: David Campbell. AC: Dorothy White, GS. Waiford: Janice Pegump, FL. Watkins: Richard Ward. EC. Black Hawk Brandon: Gale Verkes. EES. Waterloo: Robert Kirsch. FSM. Booae County Madrid: Noel Sesker. RT. Brfmer County Denver: Denise Bakken, MS. Waverly: Terri Heyer. DA Bucbanan County Independence: Rosemary Erdnian ADS; David Ham, EHA; Roger Weber. AA. Buena Vista County Albert City: Sarah Anderson. FL: Sharon lehl, FL. Storm Lake: Patti Schuler. Fl.. Cass Connty Cumberland: Lcta Blankinship, ADN. Cedar County Clarence: Debra Robinson, RT. Dnrant: LuAnne Johannsen. FL. Mechanicsville: Patricia Mulherin. CR; Diana Plainer, MS. Tipton: Susanne Crock. PN; Daniel Evers. AD; Dannielle Goff. OTA; Krall. DA. West Brancb: Connie Tisinger. PN. Chickasaw County New Hampton: Rosemary Hochs- latter, FM. Osceola: Mildred Goft, MA; John Wilk-ox. FL Clay County Spencer: Martha Keninger. OTA. Clayton County Elkader: Madonna Mueller, GS Gnttenberg: Dennis Boardman. AA: Daniel Mervin. AA Monona: Arlen Nuehnng. AD. Carol Wilkc, FL Cliilu. Mary AnJruv MA Cyr.tlua Cotton, AA; William Itup.tU'y. RT Witt: Ours Ijwreni-c PN Crawl.rd C.nnlv Dcnlsen Michael Brannor. AC Dallas Count) Minburn: Jcffery KHA Pfrry llchra Millhnlltn DA Delaware Connty Delhi Tf-n Anderson I.FS Pa tru-ia JA Dundee: Robert Staton KC Karlville: Carl Hoffmann. AM Randal! Kramer, EHA Greeley: Dcanna Nurrc. ADN Hopklnlon: Slan.lv> Besler KHA. Daniel KHA, Sharnr. meniian, MA Manche-itfr: Theresa Drees. MA, tiarlvn EHA. Kebert Hosier'.. EC: Jill Sands. MA: Doris Steffen DA Masonville: Elaine OTA Ryan: Marilyn Heliman. JA. China Mangcvld ORT Des Moines Coonlv Burlington: .li'Shua Swallow. Mediapolis: Randy Massner. EC Dickinson County Spirit Lake: Rebecca Henderson. OTA Duhuque Coonl> Cascade: Michael Dahlem MD Dubuque: Jeffrey AM: Mark N'eyens. AM: Thomas Vance, DLT Oyersville: Maiers, EES Farley: Carmen Conrad. OTA Emmet County Ringsted: Jane Thomsen. FL Fayette Connty Arlington: Linda Beyer. FM; Kathryn Dempster, EHA. Elgin: Trudy Pulfer, ORT. Fayette: Kathleen Snyder. ADN. Oelwein: Lynn Glocde. MA; Colleen Ohara, MA; Susan Prcchtor, MA. Randalia: Pamela Mcfadden. LES. Westgate: Diane Hilsenneck. ACS West I'nion: Jerry Whitcher. ABS. Floyd County Nashua: Winton Carpenter II, AC Greene Connty Grand Junction: Linda Kersey. DA Grnndy County Grnndy Center: Audrey Cooper, ADN. Hamilton County Jewell: Thomas Monteith. DLT. Hancock Connty Corwith: John Bassett. FL. Britt: Betty Hughes. OTA. Henry County Mt. Pleasant: Kenneth Reynolds. DLT; Franklin Miller. AD; Grela Swan, ADN. Salem: Kevin Piatt. AC. Winfield: Cynthia Larson. GS; Nancy Schmeiser, JA. Iowa Connty Amana: Carla Oehl, MS. Homestead: Patricia Wichmann. ORT. North English: Janice Ridout, CR; Daniel Strohman, LE. South Amana: Susan Furrnan. LES. Victor: Lyle Dietrich. JA: Susan Trout. VK; Steven Demeulenaere, EES; Judy Rhinehart. MA. Williamsbnrg: Rebecca Gorsh. FL: Steven Welsh. AA. Jackson County- Baldwin: Joan Rutenheck. ORT. Bellevue: Mary Frantzen. MA; Nancy Kueter. M.S. Maqnokcu: Marlis Wilcox. DA. Preston: Margaret Empen. OTA: Kenneth Ties. FL: Bernadctte Weis MS St. Donatns: Marianne I-ampc. MS. Jasper County Prairie City: David EIrod. AC. Jefferson County FairfiHd: Barbara Kennedy. FL; Peggy Lane, MA, Steven Willey, RT. Gas-Saving Gadgets Fail lests in Lab Do those so-called gas-sav- ing gadgets you've seen ad- vertised really save gas and improve engine performance? Vit according to a special test report in the August issue of ['opuiar Science magazine. Jxrtroit editor Jim Dunne .'orce--. vnth I'rof. David '-.'.A m- students at the Michigan's Au- Vj.'.Vj Y. to of the more popu- w claim to search team concluded that none of the devices tested has any gas-saving value. In fact, test results indicated that some may make engines run dirtier than EPA standards will permit. Commodore Perry Played History Role On July 14, 1853, Ij. S. '.'ommndore Matthew Perry (sited .Japan in the first at- tempt to open Japan to trade v.Hh the W'-sl, The World Al- r'-'-ali-, A treaty was ra'ifii-'l Mar'h ii, Y'M. which ships to 'r.'a'j'- ports til in-l .la- nnv, mMULEKOFF'S of ivorything for Drapery Depf. NOW located on our newly remodeled 5th Floor. Open Monday 9 'til 9 NOW was NOW wos ALL-OUT AUGUST CLEARANCE Save.' Save.' Save.' fj. 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Fl Washington Coanty Ainsworth: Janice Chalupa, fiS Craulordsvllle: William Elnke, AM, Robyn McCoy. MS Kalona: Connie Hamilton, ADN. IJIUTH Miller. AM Lone Trer: Carpenter. AD Riverside: Michael Duwa. KES. Ijiuise Kasper. FL; Janice Schneider, GS Washington: Barbara Sieglc. OTA. Mary- Snider, JA. Eva Stout. ADN Wellman: Jody Goodwin. PN. Wapello County Otlumwa: Diane Speed. MA Webster County Fort Dodge: Maryanne Bergen. Winneshiek County Decorah: Debra Teslow. MA. OatOf-Statr Illinois Mathen-llle: Dnnald Neal. DLT. Morrison: Tim Wilkens. EC. West Chicago: Janice Caputo. Kansas Hill City: Rodney Sprinkle, EES. Kentucky Louisville: Wmfred Jones. EHA. Cape Girardeau: Sister Mary- Claudia Glasser. OTA. New York Brooklyn: Michael Titus. AS. Used Tombstones to Get Back at Girlfriend GRIFFITH.Ind. Gary youth's girlfriend told him their friendship was dead, so the youth and two companions decided to deco- rate her lawn with a tomb- stone. 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