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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - September 23, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                mm 0 Fund Is Set Activities Planned Vinton Linn-Mar The Vinlon United Fund has set a goal of for the fall campaign. This Is homecoming week at dav from si lo Dave Happcl, Linn.Mar high school A week day also is cleanup'day.' A 'S If "'ule Friday In Actlyltes began today with Marion Is: Starling at the high the sale of homecoming pins and going south on of commerce secretary, the Initial mailing seeking contributions to the Unlled Fund by businesses has been and work on the floats for the street to McGowan boulevard; homecoming parade on Friday east on McGowun to afternoon through northeast seventh street; north on Marion. The halls, commons Twenty-seventh lo Twcnly-i ml office also will be dec-oral- fourth avenue; west He said the residential drive is now organizing and volunteer Workers are being solicited. The residential drive will C1'T Twenty-fourth 'to Twenty-luesday will be security fourth street; north on day. Students are expected lo Twenty-fourth and (hen to In-bring a stuffed animal, dian Creek road to the athletic Wednesday is slave day with field. Parade lime is 2 p m work staled on floals, start about Oct. 1. The following organizations are being supported by this year's fund drive: Benton County Assn. for Retarded Children, Hawkeye practice and painting of down- t n i "l Burn nrv nt town store windows. "uiyiuiy of Boy Scouts, Co-nestoga Council of Girl Scouts, The letterman's club will Drug Town Reported sponsor a bonfire Thursday Army, Vinton Community Special Education 8 p.m. at Armstrong field. pollcc Tcpnrtrt a Needy Children's Fund, Voting for the homecoming filary Sunday recreation department, queen will be Friday The p'm- at Town and Country queen crowning is sel for the Scvcntn Girls Service, Skills, halftime of the Linn-Mar e slore Foundation, USO, Dyerville Beckman footbll sald' reccivcd an Mental Health Assn., game which begins at 7-45 ca" saymg a Pcrson nad Relief Fund, Good p.m. or after lhc end of Ihe secn lollermS near the safe of Vinton, Iowa sophomore contest lhc slore- Tnc and Family Serv- The homecoming dance is cneckcd lnc safe- K was and the Bcnlon county set for the Town House Satur- loeked and lhc Cross swim and blood Two Marion "re Youths Injured in Accident YMCA- Tuesday's Culver Call for Elderly schedule at the Marion branch Two Marion teenagers were YMCA is: Non-aquatic Funding injured in an accident that po- gymnastics a.m., lice said took place early Sun- junior high gym 1 p.m., MOINES Two Iowa Democrats have issued day morning in an open field painting class 1, gymnastics 4, in the southwest section of the gymnastics club 5, karate calls to improve lhc lives of the state's older c'ly- adult gym 7; pool -school Ilospilalized in good condi- sons 9 a.m. and p.m., pre-lion at St. Luke's are: John scnool lessons and 1, Hunt, 16, of 296 Fifth avenue, adull open noon, waler exer-and Joe Schupanitz, 16, of 1400 cjscs nnon, waterbabies McGowan boulevard. swjm team adult lessons Police said the car driver just learned our state budget will have a predicted surplus of million at the end of the fiscal year." said gubernatorial candidate James Schaben in DCS Moines was Randy K. Coe, 21, of 2724 Meadowbrook drive SE, Cedar sidj illsulaliun. since Rapids. No other details are 1953 Warner 377.5573. number one priority in my mind will be the fund- available yet. Police still have Adv the incidenl under invesliga- of programs for the elderly lion. Hunt suffered possible chest Trojan lodge No. 518, John Culver, seeking a U S senate seat "We injuries. Schupnnitz had facial and AM, will meet Thursday lacerations. at p.m. in the Masonic temple for work in the made some modest progress in recent years in dealing with the problems of the eld- but we have a long dist- Sell House Mr. and to go before any of Ellis Kcil has sold their house al Twenty-fifth street ..can be satisfied." Schaben called [or "new Mr. and Mrs. Gerald E. to be given to the 2 er of DCS Moines. Possession was given Sept. 16. Sale of Iowa's population over age 60 and Ihe providing made by Fred J. Gibson and Co.. (UPI) House Majority Leader funds for programs so the stale's elderly know the mean- O'Neill (D-Mass.) of human dignity." Notice: To all my customers, Clarence Fretl Barber Service will open Oct. 1. S30 10th St. here over the weekend that the pardoning of Richard Nixon by Prcsidenl Ford will help Democrats gain an additional 40 seats in the charged that "the current stale administration s insensitive to Ihc state's elderly population." He' proposec that "funds be available for if ie this such as Meals 01 al a fund and to provide health Lions Marion Lions evening club will meet Tuesday al p.m. at the Suburban. Saturday niglil for Michael Blouin, Democratic candidate for "The elderly have Ihe dot -ble worry about whelher o' Boy Scout leader and two scouts will talk about their congressional seat, O'Neill said both public health care is available lo them, let alone what it will nadian trip. polls predict the Democrats will win 40 new seats Culver said the elderly Free Service. Pay property taxes at Farmers Slate Bank before Oct. 1 lo avoid penalty. Bring your statement with you. Marion, Alburnctt, lower chamber. The Democratic leader also said he felt President Ford's pardon was done more with "his heart than with his head." But. O'Neill said, an especially keen and painful awareness of what a ravaging inflation means. Their incomes are most often fixed and whatever increase they receive in Social Securi- "extremely disturbing pensions or other assist- is most quickly over- the congress and the American and even submerged in Hospitalized he inflationary lunge. Carstensen, five year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Carstensen, had not been charged with anything by any court, and everyone wanted to are particularly vulnerable to the sharpest edges of inflation: health Seventh street, is a surgical patient at Mercy thing be put to due process for the record and for utility bills, rent, food and transportation." 1 he commenls were made Hennessey, during ceremonies At Tuesday the diaries Varney Senior Citizens Center and E.F. "Pal" Kane, Democratic candidate for Linn county recorder, and Rebecca Hagcn Hurley, daughter of Mr. Harold Hagen of 1295 Country Club drive, To Academy DES MOINES Attorney Hennessey, Democratic candidate for Linn county one of 15 students recently graduated as T. Nolan, mwa City, has been named a member of the urer, will attend a coffee at the Bob Blake home, 218 Twenty-fourth street drive SK, from 7-9 by The University of Texas school of allied health sciences at the of Texas medical Academy of Trial. Lawyers, an invitational of attorneys who specialize in trial practice. ON THIS DATE In lil2H, Tunnev won the heavyweight boxing Now! Have pionship from .lack Dempsey in a match al furnace cleaned H Jl L 1 J l_ fri and checked before f i cold VISIT Vour headquarters for MARION Complolo PAUL And Want Sorvico. 743 10th 24-HOUR SERVICE AH Marion Olden Call 364-4626 Furnacjcs Hours: (aintt.MB Air Or Yoo Moy Dial Heating Ail To 56 I6th Avomio Your Wonl Ad. "Serving Cottar lor 39 i The Odar Rapids Gazette: Mon., Sept. 23, 1974 Applications Olaf Youth Dies In One-Car National Issues Plaine Man Critically Injured For U. of 1. Daniel Kiidv, ill. of St. Olaf, PLAINE Stanley C. Rupp, 27, Belle Plaine, was in critical condition Monday IOWA CITY Applications (hose who already have occurred MOINKS (AP) injuries suffered In a are now being accepted for ated positions wilh west of hero U S issues so concern accident in which his admission to the 1975 class In care that candidates for was torn into Iwo pieces the University of Iowa physician's assistant program. '''lrsl a.m. Sunday. Rude was traveling east when he lost control of the are finding il difficult to campaign on stale issues, hilling a bridge. State troopers reported Up to 30 students may be Classroom and Art Neu easlbound car slruck a selected to begin training in sludy during the first year (if June. The application deadline the program includes anato-Is Feb. 1. Further information my, physiology, basic Hutikofer of St. Olaf. He was pronounced dead on arrival at the KIkador rate of inflation and Watergate so dwarf state issues, and even on highway 212 Iwo miles west of Belle Plaine about p.m. Sunday. can he obtained from the lory procedures, biochem-physician's assistant program istry, microbiology, hospital after his ear went into Ihe ditch on find it difficult to concentrate on local said part of the car was left al lhc bridge and lhc office, Room 368, Medical macology, health care sys-Laboralories Building al the terns, law and medicine, c-llnl-Umversity of Iowa. Applica- cal pathology, Introduction to lions for admission should be clinical medicine and side of the road and rolled three times, pinning Kudo beneath the vehicle. Services will be state Neu said. The one-term Republican lieutenant governor is opposed by Democratic Stale part smashed inlo an oncoming car driven by Andrew J. Karl, 19, Marshall-lown. direcled to (lie director of diagnosis, admissions at (he U. of I. Supervised clinical at at Marion Lutheran church in Miller of Burlington for re-election in who reportedly suffered inlernal and head inju- Program director is Dr. encc during Ihe second burial in the church is very litlle was lakeii to St. Luke's Rex Montgomery, associate includes rotations in Visitation after 2 can do lo curb in Cedar Rapids and dean for academic affairs in- surgery, pediatrics, al Neu taken to University hos- the college of medicine. As- medicine, family have nothing like in Iowa City, where he sociate director is Dr. Denis psychiatry, orthopedics, fiscal monetary admitted. K. Oliver, instructor in stetrics, and preceptorships biochemistry. Medical direc- will] primary care physicians tor is Dr. George L. Baker, in Congress Must Reform nor could we institute a wage and price freeze. "What you have to try Woman's Death associate dean for sludent Students trained in about s how the a Suicide affairs and curriculum. Clini- program are prepared to will react in cal coordinator is Jack sume a high degree of (UP1) our existing Mrs. Leonard Gcrstbrein, a registered sibility in patient care. 'jongressional it will react if .lantzcn, 36, died at physician's assistant. assistant works under Kdward Mezvinsky how it will react home about 1 p.m. Sunday supervision of a physician the weekend sets a self-inflicted gunshot s perform many duties reform its internal said it is difficult to lo the head, according Instruction in the 24-month tionally performed by so it can lake a how the stale Dr. C. W. Maplelhorpe, program is provided by the physician himself, such role in battling beyond a year in county medical examin- faculty of the college of mod- collecting and organizing because the fiscal icine and physicians of Uni- formation to help the before the depends on federal Jantzen was Ihe wife versity Hospitals and Clinics cian arrive at a Kiwanis club. government a Tama city police officer. and affiliated hospitals, and carrying out treatment said divided on what action are pending at the by private practitioners who scribed by the physician, is "an integral funeral home. serve as preceptors. allending to In our struggle Candidates must have within the assistant's range inflation-recession completed a minimum of 60 skill and the MSNERAL semester hours of college work, including in ii A organic chemistry and zoolo-. 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