Cedar Rapids Gazette, September 23, 1974, Page 9

Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette September 23, 1974

Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - September 23, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Marion Activities Planned for Linn-Mar Homecoming \\ The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Mon., Sept. 23. 11174 This is homecoming week at Linn-Mar high school A week of activities is planned Aetivites began today with the sale of homecoming pins and work on the floats for the homecoming parade on Friday afternoon through northeast Marion The halls, commons and office also will be decorated. I uesday will be security day. Students are expected to bring a stuffed animal Wednesday is slave day with work slated on floats, band practice and painting of downtown store windows The letterman’s club will sponsor a bonfire Thursday at 8 p m at Armstrong field Voting for the homecoming queen will be Friday. The queen crowning is set for the halftime of the Linn-Mar Dyerville Beckman footbll game which begins at 7 45 p m. or after the end of the sophomore contest. The homecoming dance is set for the Town House Satur- Two Marion Youths Injured In Accident Two Marion teenagers were injured in an accident that police said took place early Sunday morning in an open field in the southwest section of the city. Hospitalized in good condition at St. Luke’s are: John Hunt, 16 of 296 Fifth avenue, and Joe Schupanitz, 16, of 1400 McGowan boulevard Police said the car driver was Randy K Coe, 21, of 2724 Meadowbrook drive SE, Cedar Rapids No other details are available yet. Police still have the incident under investigation. Hunt suffered possible chest injuries Schupanitz had facial lacerations. WWW Sell House — Mr. and Mrs Ellis Heil has sold their house at 1440 Twenty-fifth street to Mr and Mrs Gerald E Fuller of Des Moines. Possession was given Sept. 16. Sale was made by Fred J. Gibson and Co., Realtors. WWW Notice: To ail my customers. Clarence Frett Barber Service will open Oft I 830 loth St — Adv WWW Liens — Marion Lions evening club will meet Tuesday at 6:15 p m. at the Suburban A Boy Scout leader and two scouts will talk about their Canadian trip. WWW Free Service. Pay property taxes at Farmers State Bank before Oct I to avoid penalty Bring your statement with you. Marion, Alburnett. Hiawatha — Adv. WWW Hospitalized — Annette Carstensen. five year old daughter of Mr and Mrs. Laverne Carstensen. 1265 Seventh street, is a surgical patient at Mercy h«Mspital. Hennessey, Kane At Tuesday Coffee EF. ’Pat” Kane. Democratic candidate for Linn county recorder, and James Hennessey, Democratic candidate for Linn county treasurer. will attend a coffee at the Bob Blake home, 2IH Twenty-fourth street drive SE from 7-9 Tuesday. IN THIS DATE in 1926, Gene riney won the world s ivyweight boxing cham-nship from Jack Dempsey i match at Philadelphia VISIT THI MARION OFFICE te Grcuiotwn jot Ad loth STREET Office phone 9430 May 8 8234 IT ant Ad. day from 8 to midnight Saturday also is cleanup day. Parade route Friday in Marion is: Starting at the high and going south on Tenth street to McGowan boulevard, east on McGowan to Twenty-seventh street; north on Twenty-seventh    to Twenty- fourth avenue; west on Twenty-fourth to Twenty-fourth street; north on Twenty-fourth and then to Indian Creek road to the athletic field Parade time is 2 p.m. $700 Burglary at Drug Town Reported Police reported a $7(K) burglary Sunday between noon and 12:30 p.m. at Drug Town, 2790 Seventh avenue. The store manager, police said, received an anonymous call saying a person had been seen loitering near the safe in the store. The manager checked the safe It was unlocked and the money was missing. Police still are investigating the theft. .WWW YMCA— Tuesday’s activity schedule at the Marion branch YMCA is. Non-aquatic -pre-school gymnastics 9:30 a rn., junior high gym I p.m., oil painting class I, gymnastics 4. gymnastics club 5, karate 7. adult gym 7; pool -school lessons 9 a rn and 2:30 pm, preschool lessons 11:15 and I, adult open noon, water exercises noon, waterbabies 3:30. swim team 6:30. adult lessons 7:30.    ' WWW Siding, insulation Since 1953. Warner Bros. 377-5573. — Adv. WWW Trojan lodge No. 548, AF and AM. will meet Thursday at 7 30 p.m. in the Masonic temple for work in the second degree. O’Neill Predicts 40-Seat Gain By Democrats DUBUQUE (UPI) - House Majority Leader Thomas “Tip” O’Neill (D-Mass ) predicted here over the weekend that the pardoning of Richard Nixon by President Ford will help Democrats gain an additional 40 seats in the U.S. house this fall. Speaking at a fund raiser here Saturday night for Michael Bleu in. Democratic candidate for ,*a’s Second district congressional seat, O'Neill said both public and private polls predict the Democrats will win 40 new seats in the 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, it was ‘‘extremely disturbing to me. the congress and the American people.” “After all,” he added. “Nixon had not been charged with anything by any court, and everyone wanted to see the thing b#> put to due process for the record and for posterity ” Graduate GALVESTON - Rebecca Hagen Hurley, daughter of Mr Harold Hagen of 1295 (ountry Club drive. Marion, was one of 15 students recently graduated as medical technologists by The University of Texas school of allied health sciences at the University of Texas medical branch. United Fund Goal Is Set In Vinton VINTON - The Vinton United Fund has set a goal of $9,000 for the fall campaign According to Dave llappel, chamber of commerce secretary, the initial mailing seeking contributions to the United Fund by businesses has been made. He said the residential drive is now organizing and volunteer workers are being solicited. The residential drive will probably start about Oct. 1. The following organizations are being supported by this year’s fund drive: Benton County Assn. for Retarded Children, Hawkeye Council of Boy Scouts, Conestoga Council of Girl Scouts, Salvation Army, Vinton Community Special Education and Needy Children’s Fund, Vinton recreation department, YWCA Town and Country Troubled Girls Service, Skills, Arthritis Foundation, USO, Vinton Mental Health Assn., Disaster Relief Fund, Good Fellows of Vinton, Iowa Childrens and Family Services, and the Benton county Red Cross swim and blood programs Schaben, Culver Call for Elderly Program Funding DES MOINES (AP)- Two Iowa Democrats have issued simultaneous calls to improve the lives of the state’s older residents. “We’ve just learned our state budget will have a predicted surplus of $225 million at the end of the fiscal year.” said gubernatorial candidate James Schaben in Des Moines Sunday. "The number one priority in my mind will be the funding of programs for the elderly.” Rep. John Culver, seeking a US. senate seat, said: “We have made some modest progress in recent years in dealing with the problems of the eld erly, but we have a long dist anee to go before any of us...can be satisfied ” Schaben called for “new strength to be given to the 12 percent of Iowa’s population over age HO and the providing of funds for programs so the state’s elderly know the meaning of human dignity ” He charged that “the current state administration is insensitive to the state's elder ly population.” He proposed that “funds be available for programs such as Meals on Wheels and to provide health care. “The elderly have the double worry about whether or not health care is available to them, let alone what it will cost.” Culver said the elderly “have an especially keen and painful awareness of what a ravaging inflation means. Their incomes are most often fixed and whatever increase they receive in Social Security, pensions or other assistance is most quickly overtaken and even submerged in the Inflationary lunge. “They are particularly vulnerable to the sharpest edges of inflation health costs, utility hills. rent, food and transportation ” The comments were made Sunday during ceremonies opening the Charles Varney Senior Citizens Center and Village. Named To Academy DFS MOINES — Attorney John T. Nolan, iowa City, has been named a member of the Iowa Academy of Trial. Lawyers, an invitational organization of attorneys who specialize in trial practice. Now! Have your furnace cleaned and checked before cold weather! Your headquarter for It ’*> /f /MT JI ana 24-H0UR SERVICE Call 364-4626 \ftrr RiMitm ll huts (all PAUL NOVAK All Makei & Models Furnaces and Air Conditioners NOVAK Moating & Air Conditioning 56 16th Avenue S.IV. “Serving Cedar Rapid$ for 39 Years'* Applications Accepted For (J. of I. Program IOWA CITY — Applications arc now being accepted for admission to the 1975 class in the University of Iowa physi-lan’s assistant program Up to .’MI students may be selected to begin training in lune The application deadline is Feb. I Further information an Im* obtained from the physician’s assistant program office, Room 368, Medical Laboratories Building at the University of Iowa. Applications for admission should be directed to the director of admissions at the U of I Urogram director is Dr Rex Montgomery, associate dean for academic affairs in the college of medicine. Associate director is Dr Denis R Oliver, instructor in biochemistry. Medical director is Dr. George L. Baker, associate dean for student affairs and curriculum. Clinical coordinator is Jack Gerstbrein. a registered physician’s assistant. 24 Months Instruction in the 24-month program is provided by the faculty of the college of medicine and physicians of University Hospitals and Clinics and affiliated hospitals, and by private practitioners who serve as preceptors Candidates must have completed a minimum of 60 semesteP hours of college work, including courses in organic chemistry and zoology. and should have some health care background involving direct patient care, such as military corpsman, nursing, health specialist or hospital orderly. Graduates of the program are awarded bachelor of science degrees. Enrollment preference is given to qualified candidates who are residents of Iowa and who indicate a willingness to settle in rural areas and to those who already have negotiated positions with primary care physicians. First Year Classroom and laboratory study during the first year of the program includes anatomy, physiology, basic laboratory procedures, biochemistry, microbiology, pharmacology, health care systems, law and medicine, clinical pathology, introduction to clinical medicine and physical diagnosis. Supervised clinical experience during the second year includes rotations in general surgery, pediatrics, internal medicine, family practice, psychiatry, orthopedics, obstetrics, and preceptorships with primary care physicians in Iowa Students trained in the program are prepared to assume a high degree (rf responsibility in patient care The assistant works under the supervision of a physician to perform many duties traditionally performed by the physician himself, such as collecting and organizing information to help the physician arrive at a diagnosis; carrying out treatment prescribed by the physician, and attending to emergencies within the assistant’s range of skill and experience. St. Ojaf Youth Dies In One-Car Crash ELKADER—Mark Daniel Rude, 16, of St. Olaf. was killed in a one-car accident which occurred one-fourth mile west of here on U S 56 at 12:10 a m. Sunday. Rude was traveling east when he lost control of the ear he was driving owned by William Butikofer of St Olaf He was pronounced dead on arrival at the Elkader Central Community hospital after his ear went into the ditch on the south side of the road and rolled three times, pinning Rude beneath the vehicle. Services will be held Wednesday at I 30 at Marion Lutheran church in Gunder with burial in the church cemetery Visitation after 2 Tuesday at Witt’s. Mezvinsky*. Congress Must Reform Workings MUSCATINE (UU!) - First district congressional candidate Edward Mezvinsky said over the weekend congress must reform its internal workings so it can take a more effective role in battling rising inflation Speaking before the Muscatine Kiwanis club, Mezvinsky said congressional reform is “an integral component in our struggle against the inflation-reeession plague on the economy.” Your home can he more comfortable . . . worth more . and you’ll save on heating and cooling — INSULATE! IOWA HOME IMPROVEMENT Call 363-5577 ar 365-4678 Neu: National Issues Dominate State Campaigns DES MOINES (AP) - Na-tional issues so concern Iowans that candidates for state office are finding it difficult to campaign on stale issues, Ll. Gov. Art Neu complains “The rate of inflation and Watergate so dwarf state issues, people—and even some candidates—find it difficult to concentrate on local issues and state issues,” Neu said The one-term Republican lieutenant governor is opposed by Democratic State Sen Charles Miller of Burlington for re-election rn November “There is very little the state can do to curb inflation,” Neu said “We have nothing like the federal fiscal monetary policies, nor could we institute a wage and price freeze “What you have to try to talk about is how the state government will react in funding our existing programs, how it will react if inflation continues, how it will react if recession sets in " Neu said it is difficult to anticipate how the state should react beyond a year in advance because the fiscal situation depends on federal action and government economists are divided on what action to take Belle Plaine Man Critically Injured BELLE BLAINE - Stanley ('. Rupp, 27, Belle Blaine, was in critical condition Monday with injuries suffered in a traffic accident in which his car was torn into two pieces after hitting a bridge State troopers reported Rupp’s eastbound car struck a bridge on highway 212 two miles west of Belle Blaine about 7 40 p m Sunday. They said part of the car was left at the bridge and the other part smashed into an oncoming car driven by Andrew J Karl, 19. Marshalltown Rupp, who reportedly suffered internal and head injuries, was taken to St. Luke’s hospital in Cedar Rapids and then taken to University hospitals in Iowa City, where he was admitted. Tama Woman s Death Ruled a Suicide TAMA — Mrs. Leonard (Beverly) Jantzen, 36, died at her home about I p m Sunday I of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head, according to Dr C. W. Maplethorpe, Tama county medical examiner. Mrs Jantzen was the wife of a Tama city police officer Services are pending at the Harrison funeral home. BLOWN-IN MINERAL WOOL INSULATION Today - More Than Evor Before Good Insulation Pays for Itself GREAT PLAINS GAS Iime Insulation Dept. 1101 Second Ave. S.E. : Phone 362-11 86 or 365-4647 With energy costs going up, it pays to insulate. Bundle up And earn 13% on your money lf you have less than six inches of high quality insulation that effectively resists heat flow in your ceiling, you re wasting energy. And money. What you spend to make up the difference should pay off at the annual rate of 13%* for as long as you live in your home, lf you have no insulation at all. you can save the entire cost of insulating your ceiling in just one to two years. And, you ll get handsome returns from having 3% inches of effective insula tion in your sidewalls too. Check your house now, Then, bundle up and you ll save a bundle For more information on effective insulation for your home, humidity control, caulking and weatherstripping, storm win- , dows and attic ventilation, check with your Customers Ideas and Information Center at lowa-llli-.nois Gas and Electric Company * ;

  • Andrew J Karl
  • Art Neu
  • Belle Blaine
  • Bob Blake
  • C. W. Maplethorpe
  • Charles Miller
  • Dave Llappel
  • Denis R Oliver
  • Edward Mezvinsky
  • Fred J. Gibson
  • George L. Baker
  • Harold Hagen
  • Jack Dempsey
  • Jack Gerstbrein
  • James Hennessey
  • James Schaben
  • Joe Schupanitz
  • John Culver
  • John Hunt
  • John T. Nolan
  • Laverne Carstensen
  • Marion Lions
  • Marion Lutheran
  • Mark Daniel Rude
  • Michael Bleu
  • Mrs Ellis Heil
  • Randy K Coe
  • Rebecca Hagen Hurley
  • Rex Montgomery
  • Richard Nixon
  • William Butikofer

Share Page

Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette

Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Issue Date: September 23, 1974

RealCheck