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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 15, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Marlon News The Cedar Kaplds Uazette: Tues., Oct. IS, 1974 Speaker Bureau Being Offered By Linn Mar A speakers bureau Is being offered by Hie Linn-Mar districl to various groups and organizations in the coinmunily. A list of speakers and their topics is being sent tu all organized groupsd in Marion. Administration speakers unhide Dr. LoKoy Kruskop, superintundent; Dr. dlen Ens- lerday, assistant superintend- ent; Margaret llenke, volun- teer coordinator, and Yvonne Stephens, food services direc- tor Many teachers also will lie available to speak on subjects in almost every grade level and any curriculum topic. Pal Kress, community rela- tions coordinator, said no group is loo small to ask for a speaker. The district will provide speakers for an after- noon coffee or "an interested group of parents who might want to gather at someone's home." Groups desiring speakers are invited to allot time for questions and answers and group discussion after the speech. group interested in such a program may contact Mrs. Kress at the educational services center, 377-7373. ex- tension 30. Lar Piercing, Clinic! Sat. Noon to 4. Open Mondays- Thurs. til 1 Ray's YMCA Following is the activity schedule at the Mar- ion YMCA: women's fitness class 9 a.m., pro-school gymnastics 11, men's fitness class women's volleyball 1 p.m, gymnastics 4 and 5, adult open basketball 7. bridge lessons pool school lessons 9 a.m. and p.m.. pre-school lessons and 1, adult open swim noon and youth lessons swim team Notice we've added a Beau- tiful new line of furniture. Open Thursday night. House of Stereo, 945 7th Ave.. Newlin Itilcs Services for Fred C. Newlin, who died Kun- dav. will be held Wedneday at 1 10 p.m. at the Murdoch chapel by the Rev. Glen W. Lamb and Marion Masonic lodge. Burial: Cedar Memori- al. Friends may call at the chapel. A memorial fund has been established. All Master Masons arc asked to meet Wednesday at 1 p.m. at the lemple to allend the services. HEATHCLIFF Courfs Cases heard Monday in magistrate's court were: Speeding Jurinc M. Moore, Springvllle, Be- linda .1. Ltiko, 1475 Brockman avenue, David L. Ulrey, KM Thirty-fourth streel Cedar Rapids. Nancy Foughl, Springville, Brian .1. Visek, 445! C avenue NK, Cedar Rapids, Mark W, Livingston, 1375 Twenty- sixth street. Paul E. Bump, 914 Sub- urban streel NK, Cedar Rap- ids, Linda R. Prueler, 245 Brenlwood drive NE, Cedar Rapids. Billie D. Ri- chards, Monlicello, Rob- ert .1. Moubry, route 3, Stanley G. Kueter, 2046 Norlh Towne lane NE, Cedar Rap- dis, Failure to control vehicle A. Randall, Monlicello, Failure lo yield risht-of- way at stop Intersection Vonda K. Wallace, 2520 Twelfth avenue, Failure to stop in assured clear dist- ance ahead Oren L. Sim- mons, Monticello, Stop sign Timothy D. Wilkey. 1065 Thirtieth street, Loud and excessive noisr (car) Milo A. Popp, jr., 1505 McGowan boulevard Faulty equipment Michael P. Frieden, 700 Thirty-fifth street. Intoxication Curtis R. Pierce. 810 Twelfth street NI5. Cedar Rapids, One-Day Outing Set By Past 60 Group The Marion Past (ill group is planning a one-day outing Oct. 22 when members will spend the day touring Des Moines. The lour will include Ihe Slale Historical museum. United Methodist church headquartrs. Blank Children's hospital, Salisbury House, the Des Moines Art Gallery and Ihe Cokesbury Book store. The group expects lo return about 8 p.m. Reservations may be made by calling 377-485H. Reliable ride to and from Kirkwood Monday thru Friday. Marion Athletic Boosters club will meet Tuesday at in Ihe Marion high school eafetnrium. Films of the An- amosa game will be shown. Harvest Sale Rose's Candle Hickory smoked barbecued ribs, shrimp and chicken served Wednesdays. Stick- ney's The Want Ad number is 398-8234. Helen Dawson Dies, Services Are Thursday Helen .1. Dawson, 75, a resi- dent of Marlon the lasl five years, died Monday in a Mar- ion nursing home. Born June 25, ai Keswlck, she was married Aug. 211, 1028, to .lames It. Dawson al Keswick. The Daw- sons lived al What Cheer for 18 years before moving lo Marion. Mrs. Dawson former- ly laught school in Keswick and Sigourney. She was a member of SI. Joseph's Catho- lic church of Marion. Surviving in addition to her husband are three sons, James R. Dawson, jr., Wich- ita, Kan.; Robert Dawson, Marion, and David Dawson, San Jose, Calif.; a daughter, Sister Mary Ann Dawson. Davenport; 11 grandchildren, and a sister. Ruby Higgins. Keswick. Services: 11 a.m. Thursday at St. Mary's Catholic church in Sigourney. Friends may call al Ihe Murdoch chapel in Marion afler 4 p.m. Wednes- day. Rosary will be reciled al 8 p.m. Friends may call afler 10 a.m. Thursday al SI. Mar- y's church in Sigourney. Social Service Administrators Are Announced DES MOINES (UTI) The Iowa department of social services Saturday announced Ihe appointments of five addi- tional district administrators who will begin their jobs on Wednesday. Commissioner Kevin Burns said the latest appointments bring to 10 Ihe total number of professionals who will direct the department's community service programs. They will be responsible for adult, family and children's service programs as well as the income maintenance programs operated by county social services offices. Burns said. The new appointees are LI. Col. Marion E. Thorpe, of San Antonio, Texas, for the Creston district; John R. Stout, of Parkersburg, for the Spencer districl; Ross E. Orr. of Davenport, for the Mar- shalltown districl; Jack L. Baurghman, of Anamosa, for Ihe Mason City district and Richard E. Philpot, of Wat- erloo, for the Carroll district. Larceny Charges Drop Against Tama Man charges have been dropped againsl Roger Lee Backen, 18, rural Tama, by District Judge Clinton Shaeffer. Tama County Attorney Jared 0. Bauch contended there was insufficient evidence in the case to convict Backen. He was accused of taking a coal from a Tama tavern. POUR YOUR VISIT The Office of Dr. C. R. Kitchen Optometrist Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted Contact Lenses By appointment only 395-6356 (loscd Sun. and Men. Lindalc Plaza Crib Death Findings Are Not Conclusive DES MOINES De- spite recent publicity a cause had been found for crib death, medical findings are far from conclusive, the executive 'director of the Na- tional Foundation for Sudden Infant Death, Inc., said Mon- day. Judith Choale of New York was in Des Moines lo speak lo the central Iowa chapter of the national foundation. She said Dr. Kichard Naeye's study linking the problem lo an oxygen shor- tage "only sheds some light on Ihe subject" bul offers parents no sure answers. Crib death, officially known as sudden infant death syn- drome kiPs more than babies a year in the U.S. and aboul 125 babies a year in Iowa. Two-Car Crash Injures Iowa State Students Iowa Stale uni- versity sludents were hospi- talized wilh injuries following a two-car accident al p.m. Sunday on highway 30 in Tama. According to Tama police officials, a car driven by Sheryle DeWulf, 19, Durant. came out of Ihe drive on a way-side rest area on Ihe south side of the highway and was involved is a collision with an east-bound stalion wagon driven by Jerry Lee Anderson, 28, Davenport. DeWulf suffered a fractured collar bone, lacerations and bruises. A passenger in the car she was driving, Eddie A. Broilers, 19, Stockton, suffered numerous lacerations and bruises. Both were taken to a Marshalltown hospital. The owner of the car, David R. Trcimer, 20, Durant, who was riding in Ihe front seat, was not hurl. Anderson was not injured, bul his wife, Carol, 22, suf- fered facial bruises. DeWulf was charged with failure to yield to oncoming traffic. Dismissal Filed In Damage Suit TOLEDO-Sumuel Lee and Donna Darlene Gross, Tama, have filed a dismissal of their damage suit in Tama county (listricl court againsl Mary Ivalee Keller, Norwalk. The suit stemmed from aiv accident June 27 at the in- tersection of highway 83 and a county road when cars driven by Gross and Mrs. Keller collided. The Grosses had charged Mrs. Keller wilh negligence in her driving. Gross had asked damages of because of injuries lie reportedly suffered, for lost earnings and for for personal properly and his car. Mrs. Gross asked damages of for injuries she suf- fered. Council Votes Recodification Assistance MECHANlCSVILLE-Mayor Tom Railsback and Council- man Hugh Lamonl, Jr., were appointed at the Monday night council meeting to assist Bob Hayes who has been hired by the council to rccodlfy cily ordinances. The action followed the reading of a letter from Hayes in which he asked for assist- ance in reviewing old ordi- nances and also for a one- third downpaymenl for the project. The council also voted to purchase 12 binders for the new ordinances. In other business, (he cily clerk was Instructed lo contact Thorpe Well Co. of Marion concerning an apparent malfunction in Ihe lown's easl water pump. Maintanance employe Carl Warren reported the pump is sending only gallons of waler instead of the usual owi. The council voted to accept bids for a two-year garbage collection contract and set bid receipt deadline for Nov. 11. Regulations for (he contract will be reviewed in an Oct. 31 meeting at p.m. Members voled to make a list of slop signs lhal need re- placement and hanging tree limbs which should be re- moved. Problems Plague Manchester Event Will Lobby to Ban Major Oil Firms from Iowa DES MOINES (DPI) The executive secretary of the Iowa Gas Dealers Assn. (IGDA) announced Tuesday his organization will lobby the 1975 state legislature for a law banning major oil companies and refineries from owning and operating gas stations in Iowa. William Zcnter said the bill sought by the association would not prevent ii.dependent dealers from leasing gas sta- tions. He said the IGDA believes thai banning ownership by the major companies would elimi- nate unfair competition from the refineries and chain sta- tions owned by large oil producers. said the proposed measure "would make for more equitable the conditions of the gas indus- try." Zonter said it is unfair that the stations owned by large gas companies can operate on smaller profit margins and sell their gas for lower prices than the independent dealer faced with higher overhead costs. Center, who noted that Florida and Maryland have enacted similar legislation, said it could stabilize gas prices and bring back good service. ter's first German festival days held Saturday was plagued with problems which sponsoring organizations fig- ure cut over from the expected profits. The festival was held in conjunction with the city's annual arts and crafts show. The chamber of commerce and local .laycees had planned to sell a German dinner of bratwurst, sauerkraut and baked beans at each. However, after serving began, a federal food inspec- tor appeared and halted brat sales. Inspector Don Neuman told Chamber Manager Bob Bone a state permit was re- quired to sell any food items containing more than one product. Bratwursts contain pork and special seasonings. But that wasn't the only set- back. A children's group sell- ing candied popcorn and carmel apples was told by Senior Citizens Participate in Camping Event SIGOURNEY-Senior citi- zens from II counties recently attended the second Senior Citizen Camp near Madrid. The camp, held at the 4-H camping center, was spon- sored by Oltumwa Area Ex- tension Service. About 55 persons were div- ided into groups which took turns at flag raising and low- ering ceremonies, matins, vespers and kitchen chores. Time was allotted each day for campers to participate in craft activities such a crackle painting, apple carving, candlemaking, knot tying, whittling, fishing and fly tying. Free lime was available for campers to become acquaint- ed and play various games. Field Irips were also includ- ed in the program. Campers visited Ihc Living History Farm near Des Moines, Ihe Northcrcst Retirement Community in Ames, the Ames Shopping Center and Des Moines Art Center. Olher camp highlighls were Ihe evening barbecue and les- sons on yard landscaping. Evening programs included slides of Iowa landmarks, folk singing and dancing and program helps for senior citi- zens. ON THIS DATE in 1851, gold was discovered at Melbourne, Australia. Why do more doctors than ever before recommend Myadecf? Myadec is a high-potency vitamin formula with minerals. In fact, Myadec contains 9 important vitamins and 6 ideal formulation for active people on the go. That's why physicians and pharmacists recommend Myadec more than ever before. If you want a high-potency vitamin formula with by many doctors and pharmacists- stop in today and buy some Myadec capsules or easy-to-take tablets. 215 2nd St. SE Rd. Lindnlc Plaza Hwy. 64, Marion Vernon Village May's City another inspector their wares must be individually wrapped. Sponsors of Ihe event took the unused bratwurst back to the locker plant which sup- plied them, and exchanged them for hot dogs, which were sold, wilh potato chips, for About KM) gallons of baked beans, potato salad and sauerkraut were taken to the (iood Neighbor home1. Grant Continuance For Garwin Ex-Chief reiiuesl for continuance of arraignment sought by atlorneys for Robert W. Smith, 24. former Garwin police chief and Tama police- man, has been granted by Dislrict Judge Clinton Shaeffer. Smith's attorney said lie is presently involved in a court case in Cedar Rapids, and could nol be present in court on the specified day. Smith is charged with two counts of embezzlement by bailee, and another count of gross fraud in connnection wilh Ihe disappearance of guns arid holsters belonging to the cities of Dysarl and Garwin, and owing Tama two days labor for which he has been paid. Cites Pressure To Amend State OSHA Penalties DES MOINES The federal government wants Iowa to fine businesses and government agencies the first time they are found to have a "non-serious" safety hazard. Stale Labor Commissioner Jerry Addy said Monday. Otherwise, the state faces the possible loss of in federal funds, he added. The commissioner said federal officials are pulling pressure on the slate to amend its Occupational Safety and Health Act so penalties can be levied against first- lime offenders, Addy said. Current law prohibits such penalties, bul the federal safe- ly law allows fines of up to for such offenses. The federal safely law re- quires thai stale laws be at leasl as slricl as federal law before stales can make their own safety inspections. Addy said fedeal officials have opened an office in the Federal Building in Des Moines and are making their own inspections in Iowa. Addy said an amendment needed to change the Iowa law was passed by the Iowa senate during the lasl session, but the house did not lake action on Ihe measure. He said failure to have firstaid kits on production lines would be an example of a nonserious safety violation lhal could result in a fine. Liabilities Assumed; Cromwell Bank Re-Opens CROMWELL The Cromwell Stale Savings bank, which was closed by slale banking officials lasl week, was lo open for business Tues- day. An announcement issued Monday said the Iowa Slale Savings bank of Creston bought the assets and as- sumed certain liabilities of the Cromwell instilution. The new arrangement means thai Ihe Cromwell bank will be a branch n.'fiee the Creston bank. Officials closed Ihe Cromwell bank Oct. 10 after charging lhal bad investments had depleted its assets lo the point where they could not cover deposits. The insolvent bank was placed in the re- ceivership of the Federal Deposil Insurance Corp. Joseph G. Knock, president of Ihc Iowa Slale Savings bank, said no deposilors of the Cromwell bank will lose mon- ey in the ownership transfer. Jack Davis, who was the insolvent bank's chief operat- ing officer, resigned Oct. 1. Knock said Richard De- Young, vice president of the Creston bank, will be in charge of the Cromwell office. To Report Drug Violation Telephone Michael Dooley 377-8081 ONLY proven method of correcting cooking and drinking water pollution in the home is through the use of a The DENNISON Distiller is (1) Completely (3) Trouble-Ftee to home water supply (4) Attractive in appearance (2) Convenient in size plus storage (5) REASONABLY PRICED Caff, Write or visit our showroom For Complete Details CLEAN WATER SOCSI Phone (319) 393-4567 Cedar Rapids, Iowa 3954 Center Point Rd. N.E. 1. United Statai Public Hoalth 2. Unitod States Dopt. of Agriculture 3. Rural Electrification Admlnlttratlon   

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