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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 20, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 2A Kapids (iiizrllr: Sun., Oct. 1971 Camp Good Health Previously reported hi memory of Anna Melsa [nun Mr. anil .Mrs. A.K. Melsa .................................................11.1111 In nirniory of Norhrrc from Mr. and Mrs. C.H. NorhrrK In memory of Ilrrshry From Mrs. Mary Holland In memory nf hrothfr Bill Ili'srler's birthday from Boh and Mary Lou (Hose ...................................................................'..mi In mi'imiry of Mother anil Dad. l.ihliic and fieorge Fieseler from Bnh anil Mary Lou Ciloe III memory of Frank Slonnir's birthday (roni Gladys Irrni' Swanglcr ...........................................................5.Ill) I.u loving memory of Ohie Vis nn his birthday Oil. 18 Iroin his wife ....................................................................j.nn Tolal ...............................................................Slll.fi9ll.i7 Budget .....................................................SL'L.'illll.OII Yi't lo hp raised The Charles and N'cllic scholarship fund has been endowed al Coe college llirouyh a bequest of SJCi.'jOO from Ihe cslale nf the late Mrs. Walter Bicidick Wink- raiilz. a 1925 graduate of foe. The scholarship honors Ihe parents of Mrs. Winkrantx and the annual proceeds from Ihe endowed fund will be used for financial aid to "worthy and needy" students at Cue. Mrs. Winkrantz. who died in March. 1H7-1. originated the scholarship in 19C7. She made gifts of ST.Rfin to the fund dur- ing her lifetime and these gifts together with Ihe bequest brini; (he total endowed fund lo Quick Thinking Helps Police FITTSFIELP. Mass IAP) newsboy who knows how !o lake quick notes has been credited wuh helping police arrest two women and three men accused in connection with a string of 20 ihcfis in western Massachusetts. Police say the unidentified works for Ihe Berkshire F.aglc a burglary and .p.jjckly je'led down the license number of the getaway car. It didn't matter that he was no] carry- ing a youth scribbled the number on his forearm. Dormant Volcano The highosl dormant u'l- cano is Vulcan Llullaillaco (22.firiK feet) on Ihe frontier between Chile and Argentina. After Kradiialion from Cue. Mrs. tiuiKhl school in Cedar Hapids for 'I'l years. She held a masler's from the University of Iowa and was active in a host nf Cedar Hapids She received Cue's priml Al- umni Award of Merit in 1'lliK. Theater Organ Event Features Hector Olivera llrrlnr Olivcni. I'n will In1 IVaturi'd iirnamsl tit tin1 M'liu-iinmial IVilar Kapnls Tlii'iitn1 Orwiii Scini'ly nviuil al I In1 r.iraiiiiiinit TliiMlci' Nm. li. al S p.m. Tickets fur Ilir ivcitnl arc nil sail' al I.Midair Uivnril I nitcil Slali' hank, r.inn.l Lull's. Ilic nlTiir and al AnuMMiim's drpart- inriil shirr Kntmn I'ni' his mipruyisit- IIIIM. UliuTii won Ilii1 naliiiiial iinpruvisiilitin umlrsl lii'ld by (In1 American (Hiild uf Ormin- Ns in lllliT and and he can pri'MMil Ki ri'iitals by ini'iniiry wilhonl repealing a iiuiulu'i'. OliviTii hunt in lUii'Wis Airi-s. Argentina, in 19-lli ami bcuan his musical studies al tin1 ai.'i' uf 'i his [allii'r. a church nix'unist. Al the aye nf (I hi1 sidued lllc l-ilieinis pliuiiy and al 111. uas Ihe youngest siudenl In enlcr the I'niUTMly "I' Hiienus Aires. Al'lcr receiving a decree [here, tie headed fur tlic nr'.'au department al Hie mmersiiy before In Hie I'niU'd Slates In sliuly id .halliard nn sehularship. He is a I'reelauce nruanisl and plays snnie Illll prnyrams iinniially in liie I'micd Slates. Hi: al.-n is a skilled nrnan Tire Retreads Ease Disposal Problem WASHINGTON' Ulan 2IIII inilliiin lire casings are (liseardcil each year in tile I'.S.. acconlin.L! In the Tire Ketread Infiiniialion hnreau. That's riiiiiiKli tu eirele Ihe earth fnur limes at the eqna- lor Helreads are a way uf eliny tires while valua- hie crude uil reserves. It takes seven u, prndiiee an average aiilnmnhlle lire, hid nnly Kallims lu retread une. At thai rale, the inure than 40 millinii relreads snid in 1973 alone saved hundreds nl niilliuns nf nf crude oil Peculiar Places Present Plenty of Puzzlement LONDON there is a parish nf I'iddlelrenlhiile with Alliin I'aneras IMns. Thai fact has been eslab- lisliei) by nn less an authority than the readers' letters col- umns of the London Times. are also, ineiilentally. places in Knnlaml with names like lluish Kpiseopi. anil Shclhnv say no- IhiiiK nf Mucking and Mess- ing. It started when a Mr. II. II. Moore 'wrote that he hail read amonj; the ecclesiastical appointments reported in The Times that "the vicar of Piddldraithide with Alton Paiieras and Plush is lo he priest.in-chaiw of Buckhorn and Kingston Magna." "Is Ihere really a parish of Piddletrenlhide with Alton I'aneras and he asked. A proud Dorset man, Trevor .lones. assured him that there is such a place "and it is as delightful as its name im- plies." For Kood measure. .lones added: "We also have Toller Poeornm, Sydlinj; SI. las. Whik'hurc'h Canorieonim and Kyme Intrinseea. to mime hill four others." From neiKhborint; Somerset county. Meiler boasted they had villages with names just as evocative as those in Dorset. such as Wyke AND AMERICAN INDIAN JEWELRY One of a series of Issues" message 1 Favor Nuclear Power Plants. They are the we have now to Ihe energy crisis. I Favor Equal pay for equal Sex, color, rorp. should make no difference. I Favor Re-evaluation of IPER5. It is time a study was made on this program 50 it can be brought up to date. S One dozen gorgeous CARNATIONS (N A RAINBOW OF ASSORTED COLORS! or boxed II'S KOI imi 10 OBOH Ifljj Flora! Designs 3501 1st Ave. SE i Oprn Mun. Him Sal. by Clark THE GREAT ENGI 'GROUND-GRABBING SHOE Put us on. Range hide leather or sand suede moves easy. Thick grip soles weigh less, wear longer. Heavy duty laces tie strong. Step on it1 Clarks Treks put the kick back into going. Men's Women's ns lo HI s In 13 .md M Widths Sand Shag Brown Wax Calf 220 2nd Phone J65-9451 Open Mon. Thurs. Til P.M. VOTE FOR The "Issues" Candidate for State Senator Prtiri for hy for Senator Commifrnp Ms. Rilvy. Ren Firoscreen lilf Tin In '.vide K.v- 1899 p I j.: Fireplace spark guard 'Or 3' 'vgh at'''.! i1) 5.99 2'1" tircplarc grate COATS WITH ZIP- OUT LININGS... Want a coal? Need a coat? You'll find what you want at Holley's. SHOP SUNDAY NOON to 5 P.M. LINDAIE PLAZA CEDAR RAPIDS rv-r; Fireplace log basket (.iHf ,'K'q Tnrqot Stores Incorpornled Hours: Monrloy lluouqh Solurtlay 10 AM lo 10PM, Sunrlny I 0AM !o 6PM 4601 from Lindalo ;