Cedar Rapids Gazette, October 8, 1974, Page 7

Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette October 8, 1974

Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 8, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Toes., Ort. 8, 1174    7 Marion News Sacred Music Concert Friday At First Baptist A concert of sacred music will be presented Friday at 7. 30 p m rn the First Baptist church, MOS Fourteenth avenue. by the Judson coliege choir, Elgin, III. A wide choice of music will be sung by the group, including Palestrina. Brahms, Beethoven and other Rumpean composers, as well as content-IHirary work by Platier and Holland. The Judson choir has traveled throughout the United States, the West Indies and Europe No admission will be charged but a free-will offering will Im* taken. ♦ * * Rites Are Wednesday {For Flory Stevenson Flory N. Stevenson, KO, widow id J. Frank Stevenson, and a resident of Marion from IMM until moving to Van Horne in I MIS, died Monday at her home Born June 20, 1H04, at Savanna, 111., she was married March 17, IBI7. at Marion. Mrs, Stevenson was employed by Killian's for 12 years. She was a member of the First United Methodist church in Marion. Surviving are a daughter. Mrs. Donald Hading, Van Home! two grandchildren, three .great-grandchildren, a sister. laid Ie Pay. Rock Island. Ill . and a brother. Hay Bonier, Marion Services 1:30 Wednesday at the Murdoch chapel in Marion by the Rev. Glen VV. Lamb. Burial Cedar Memorial. Friends may (all at the Murdoch chapel * * A Sell House — Mr. and Mrs Richard D Benz have sold their house at 2770 Sixteenth avenue to Norman VV. Kelley of 22224 Tenth avenue. Mr. and Mrs Benz are moving to Altoona. Possession was given Monday. Sale was made by John Tach ar. Jr.. and Co.. Inc., Realtors. The same firm sold a lot in rural Toddville owned by Mr and Mrs. Ralph H. YVildman to* Mr. and Mrs. Todd FC. Bise boff of Tower Terrace Trailer court. Possession will be given Wednesday WWW * Garage Sale: Ort. 0. IO. ll. 0 to 3. garage number K. real bargains from KH to $20 moi IKth St.. Marion — Adv. WWW Wish to thank everyone for cards and visits while hospitalized Glenn Vernon — Adv. WWW Returns Home — Glenn Vernon. MO Twelfth street. has returned home from St Luke's hospital where he was a patient following a ear accident Sept I WWW Beautician, full or part time Wilson Beaut) Salon, 377-0550 - Viv WWW Returns from Hospital — Bob Hutton. Kl3 Ninth avenue. has returned home from St Luke's hospital where he was a surgical patient WWW YMCA — Wednesday's armit) schedule at the Marion YMCA is Non-aquatic — women's fitness class ti am. preschool gymnastics ll. men s fitness class ll 43. women s volleyball I p rn., gymnastics 4 and 3. adult open basketball 7. bridge lessons " ‘Mi; I**'! — school lessons 9 a in and 2 Mi p rn . preschool lessons ll 13 and I. adult open swim noon and 7 31). youth lessons 3 Ut, swim learn K Ut WWW Board to Meet - Linn Mar board of education will meet Thursday at I'M p rn in the administration building How’s Your Hearing? diSToRtEd? COME IN FOR A FREE HEARING TEST HEARING AID SERVICE 337 Higley Bldg. Call 364 4030 Marion Couth Cases heard Monday in magistrate’s court wert* Speeding — Connie L. Franklin. Iowa City, lift; Geraldine J Odeen. 905 Hillview drive, $20. Fdward R Miller. 310 South Fifteenth street, $20; Roger G Ref now, route 3. $20 Stop sign — Russell F Sleek. Toddville, $15. Traffic signal — Diana L Johnson, 950 Twelfth street. $10 Plate violation — Jack IL Glessner, 255 Twenty-first strirt. $5 Reckless driving — Brad A. Birdnou, 500 Thirteenth street, $-441 Failure to yield right of way — Clyde R. Beek, 5K0 W'est Righth avenue, $25 Intoxication — John M. Murphy. 1422 Thirty-fourth street NF, Cedar Rapids. $10; Bradley A lawrence, Alburnett. $10; Robert J Conner. 1255 Twenty-ninth street NR, Cedar Rapids. $10 Disturbing the peace — John M Murray. 1422 Thirty-fourth street NR, Cedar Rapids, $10 Illegal consumption of an alcoholic beverage — Max L. Shelton. Waterloo, $15. WWW Hickory smoked barbecued ribs. shrimp and chicken served Wednesdays. Stickney’* Scorecard. — Adv WWW Political Caucus Holds Candidate’s Night The Linn County Women s Political Caucus is sponsoring a candidates' night Oct. 14 at Farmer's state bank The public is invited to hear candidates sjH'ak at 7 30 and to participate in a question and answer period. WWW Set Meetings — Two meetings are set for this week by Marion division Chamber of Commerce groups. The retail bureau will meet Thursday at 9 .10 a m. in the Farmers state bank community mom The Chamber board of directors will meet Friday at 7:30 a rn at the Chamber offices. 700 Rleventh street. Wheat Sale Halt DKS M< MN RS (AP)- Gov Robert Ray says he wants assurance from President Ford thai the halting of a large sale of corn and wheal to the Soviet Union “is temporary and is intended only to assure thai Americans will have an adequate supply of food In a telegram sent Monday to the President, Hay said he hopes the action “does not mean that (he federal government will limit international trading so as to adversely affect our farmers, our agriculture and (Mir balance el trade." The governor explained that tampering with farmers’ ability to sell commodities to foreign markets creates havoc and sharply affects prices for the 1974 crop. Ray reminded the President that “our farmers are already suffering from disasterouslv low livestock prices and severe weather conditions ” Historical Society Meets Wednesday CORALVILLR—The John son county fusional society w ill meet Wednesday at 7 .HI in the Unibank hen* Dr David Goodwin, Iowa City, will speak on the early history of Johnson county in the Indian I,ookout area On display at the Heritage museum are rocks, minerals, and Indian relics. Museum house are 2 to 5 Sunday afternoon It is located at 405 Second avenue in Coralville Springville High Holds Open House SPRINGVILLE—Springville high school open house will be held Thursday beginning at 7 p m in the school gym A film will be shown that was prepared by members of the filmmaking clans. After this presentation, leachers will bt* located in classrooms so parents may visit with them Complaints to Board On Rood Conditions MARMADUKE 30 YEARS AGO - Some 7.O00 Allied planes hammered at Hitler’s Europe By Andteioii A Iteming "cause I'd rather dance with Marmaduke than some dumb old girl!" MANCHESTER - Complaints about the condition of a private road leading into the Freddy's beach area at Lake Delhi were made to the Delaware county board of supervisors at its Monday meeting. Spokesmen for the five women. Florence Burrows. asked if there were any way for the county to do some maintance work on the road A in tut ISO units utilize the one-half mile of crushed rock road and it has many chuckholes in it. said Mrs. Burrows. The owner of the road. Fred Thomas, would deed the road to the county, she said. “We would like to get rid of the chuckholes, have some rocks put on the road and have the snow removed in the winter. “ said Mrs. Charles Backermann. The supervisors said the road would have to meeting the specifications, which might include being black- Unidentified Man Sought In Kidnaping (ORAI.VIM.K - Coralville police have issued a warrant for the arrest of an unidentified man on charges of kidnaping. armed robbery and assault with intent to inflict great bodily injury According to Coralville authorities, a Coralville patrol car was flagged down by Jerry Vile. 30, Niles, Midi , shortly after 4 30 a rn Tuesday Vite said he had walked from his truck on interstate Hit. He said a man jumped into his truck in Niles Monday evening and kidnaped him at gunpoint. Vite said he was struck once about the head with a flashlight. was robbed of approximately $30 in cash and was forced to drive to the Corah llle-lowa City area When his truck experienced clutch and transmission problems, the alleged kidnaper left the Vite vehicle and reportedly secured another ride on the interstate , 4, Shot in Hunting Accident Rot 'HESTER. Minn (CPI) — A 4-year-old rural Swea Cit-y. Iowa. girl remained hospitalized in serious condition here Monday after she was accidentally shot while hunting w ith her father Medical officials said little Ginger Tonne was struck by a shotgun blast and suffered wounds to the head, neck and chest an'a Authorities said the girl was shot while hunting with her father on their farm Sunday. She is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Ixirry Tonno. W/nq&ii For the Finest in Paints And my husband said putting down carpets was man S lAfOi Ka S'S— Now he says I must have had help I did    from my Armstrong retailer iMe gave me tips on installation, helped me choose the right carpet for my room He even gave me a how to booklet Then, in much less time than I thought it would take    done) Suddenly my family room looks new again $6.9S Sq Yd Armstrong tufted carpets. Designs for all decors. topped before they would accept it as a county road Sharp corners should be “cut out of the road and we would have to buy right-of-way,” said Supervisor Dab* Patton Before they would discuss the problem any further, the supervisors said they would have to examine the situation and see if an agreement could Is* worked out at a later date. Care Center Alternatives Are Explored MARENGO - Tho Iowa county hoard of supervisors last week hired a consulting and arc hitectural firm to work on various alternatives to the Iowa county care center (county home). The firm of Pawers-Willis & Associates of Iowa City was retained to prepare a study of the needs of the county for either renovation of the present building located northwest of Williamsburg or perhaps for a new building to house the approximately 50 persons who live in the present county home. John F. Pfiffner of Powers-Willis, an architect, met with the board two weeks ago to discuss his firm's proposal which involves a preliminary study of the needs of the county for any new facilities and then the opportunity to design whatever is contemplated as the solution Powers-Willis will charge 7)4 percent for design of any new county home and 10*4 percent for renovation work There will be a flat $2.OOH charge if the study is done with no follow-up action by the supervisors The supervisors an* especially concerned with the county home because of the condition of the roof at the main building, which leaks. It now has a tile roof on it, which was originally installed about (kl years ago. The board has received a $0,000 cost estimate for repairing the tile, and up to $20,000 for a new roof to be installed this fall. The supervisors are reluctant to spend this money on a building that fails to meet a number of Iowa health department specifications for a health care facility, including moms too small, doors too narrow and other physical shortcomings Adult Education Classes Begin At Independence INDEPENDENCE—Fall adult education classes are set to begin this week at the Independence Community high school, according to Howard Lunan, director All classes will last IO weeks with the exception of quilling which is a four-week course Courses being offered on Monday nights include building trades blue print reading, high school, instructor will be lien Wooley; beginning and advanced china painting, high school, Violet Koehne; introduction to interior decorating at lacytz’s furniture store Darlene Lorenz, and woodworking and finishing, high school, Tim Nichols Tii(*sday    classes    include beginners    knitting,    high school annex, Florence Schremser; cake decorating. high school, Darlene Urger. ladies volleyball, middle school, Shirley I/*inbaugh. On Wednesday s, men s recreation. high school Clark Madison,    quilling.    high school, Leila Choquctte. All classes begin at 7 p rn with the exception of advanced china painting to be held from 4 to fi p m. followed bv beginners china painting from ti 30 to 9:30 All courses will cost $9 except for    beginners    china painting which will cost $13 50 and quilling, $3 (HI At least IO students must Ire registered in order for a ( lass to Im* offered Persons 05 or older my register for a class at a reduced price of $1 Anyone interested in attending the ( lasses may enroll at the first scheduled session this week For further information call Howard Lunan at 334-21 IB Former Ryan Resident Dies in Florida KYAN—J Robert (Bob) Paullins, 30, former Ryan resident, died Monday evening in Bradenton. Fla , following a long illness Born March 20, 1918, he retired from the V S navy in 1950 , but continued civil service work until his retirement in 1907 He is survived by his wife, Claire, Ellenton, Flu.; two stepchildren, three sisters; Mrs Lloyd (Marion) Uh*. U'tts; Mrs OK (Wando) Rckberg, San Antonio, Texas, and Mrs Willard (Nina) Bennett. Cedar Rapids; and a brother. Lonnie. Marion Private services will be held Winlnesday irxKllenton. Fla Board Receives Request For Rape Program Funds IOWA (TTY - The Johnson county board of supervisors Monday evening received a $1,015 request for the funding of a rape victim program The supervisors promptly turned over the request lo other county departments Supervisor Robert Burns suggested the women making the request should first contact the Johnson county social welfare board. Hraltk Board Supervisors’ Chairman Richard Bartel suggested the women go to the Johnson count) mental health board U. of I. Students Learn Strategies For Campaigns IOWA (TTY —From now until election day, University of Iowa students enrolled in the new course, Rhetoric and Politics, will hear Iowa political leaders explain the campaign strategies they hope will carry them to victory For the remainder of the semester, the students will try to figure out why the winners won and the losers lost, looking particularly at the connection between what the candidates said and how their rhetoric influenced election results. “We’re trying to expose students to the pragmatics of politics,” says Robert Kemp, assistant professor of speech and teacher of the course Among those speaking to the class are Pat O’Connor, campaign director to Congressman John Culver; Don Gibson, director of Congressman Rd Mezvinsky’s campaign; Linda Weeks, campaign manager for James Leach, and Robert Perkins, a campaign strategist for David Stanley Others are Don Peterson, Johnson county Republican chairman; Roger Stetson. Gov. Robert Ray’s state youth leader; an official of James Schaben’s campaign, Roxanne Conlin, Womens political caucus head; Carol de Prosse of the Iowa City council; Dennis Doderer. of Nicholas Johnson's campaign staff; Robert Pepper, assistant professor of speech and a media specialist, and Mary Jo Small, political convention specialist “When the elections are over, we hope to be able to shed some light on why certain strategies worked and others didnt,” explains Kemp The women are expected in contact both agencies and report back to the supervisors af a later date. Making the original request were Mary Coogan, of the Iowa City Woman's Resource and Action center, ( harlem* Beebe, Iowa City patrol officer and Terri Kelly, also of the women's action center. Medical Aid The rape victim program would assist in medical aid for rape victims, protect the anonymity of the victim and assist the person involved in any court adion as well as iWom-mending helpful county facilities. According to Officer Beebe, the grievance procedure would tx* initiated for rape victims who feel they were unfairly treated by medical, police and legal authorities following a sexual assault Patrolmen to Sioux City lf Necessary: Ray DFS MOINES (AP)- Gov Robert Ray will send Iowa highway patrolmen into Sioux City. lf necessary, to prevent further violence In that city, according to a Ray aide. Richard Gilbert, Rays press secretary, said in an interview Monday, that Ray has no plans to send back-up law enforcement officers into Sioux City at present because he believes that "when trouble erupts. pcHiple ought to look for ways to resolve their differences.” The labor problems )x*gan last week. some sources said. because nonunion workers were hired to work alongside union workers on a Sioux City public works project The governor’s office said the question about whether to send patrolmen arose after a 02 vear-old construction worker was severely beaten by another construction workers who have been working on the public works project Gilbert said the consfruc-tion worker suffers! two broken ribs. He said another incident was reported in which a cement block was thrown off the top of a building and nearly hit two construction workers on the ground below Sioux City officials are seeking an injunction against Iron Workers Local 184 to prevent further problems. Smulekpffs Carpet Showroom . . . First Floor, South Taste Windsor instead. ft ny J/ Just taste Windsor -and you may never go back to your usua! whisky Windsor is the only Canadian made with hardy Western Canadian gram, with water from glat mr ted springs, and aged in the clear dry air of the Canadian Rockies. WlNDSOB r Madias r * **im •• Maw nm*** •C'ltfAU MMM OU*** I < Z < a < I * I4 CL The smoothest whisky ever to come out of Canada. \ ;

  • Bob Hutton
  • Brad A. Birdnou
  • Carol De Prosse
  • Charles Backermann
  • Clark Madison
  • Clyde R. Beek
  • Connie L. Franklin
  • Darlene Lorenz
  • Darlene Urger
  • David Goodwin
  • Dennis Doderer
  • Diana L Johnson
  • Don Gibson
  • Don Peterson
  • Donald Hading
  • Fred Thomas
  • Geraldine J Odeen
  • Glen Vv
  • Glenn Vernon
  • Howard Lunan
  • J. Frank Stevenson
  • Jack Il Glessner
  • James Leach
  • James Schaben
  • Jerry Vile
  • John Culver
  • John F. Pfiffner
  • John M Murray
  • John M. Murphy
  • John Tach
  • Leila Choquctte
  • Linda Weeks
  • Mary Coogan
  • Mary Jo Small
  • Max L. Shelton
  • Mrs Richard D Benz
  • Nicholas Johnson
  • Ralph H. Yvildman
  • Richard Bartel
  • Richard Gilbert
  • Robert Burns
  • Robert Kemp
  • Robert Pepper
  • Robert Perkins
  • Robert Ray
  • Roger G
  • Roger Stetson
  • Roxanne Conlin
  • Terri Kelly
  • Todd Fc

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Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette

Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Issue Date: October 8, 1974

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