Cedar Rapids Gazette, October 20, 1974, Page 4

Cedar Rapids Gazette

October 20, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 20, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Camp Good Health Theater Organ Event Features Hector Olivera I In tor (Rivera. Pittsburgh. Previously repartee!    $10,015.77    *M> featured organist In memory of Anna Melsa from Mr. and    ;,t    ,,u> semi-annual t eilar Mrs. AE. Melsa .................................................25    OO    Rapids Theater Oman Society In memory of C.O. Norheru from Mr.    recital at the Paramount and Mrs. C R. Sorbet*? .......................................25.00    Theater Nos 0. at 8 p    iii In memory of Leo Hershey from Mrs    I ickets for the recital ate Mary Holland ...........  5.00    "ii sale at Lindale    Record In memory of brother Bill Heseler s    "hop. I lilted State bank hlrthdav from Boh and Man I ou    < anna Lou's, the bos office (;iose    5.00    aud at \rmstrnng s    depart- In memory of Mother and Dad. Kibble    nient store. and George Fieseler from Boh and    Known for his impruvis.i Mary Lott (doe .................  5.00    ,ljm oijU.ta u,m the    national In memory of Frank W . Stourac *    improvisation contest held bv birthday from Gladys Irene    th(, \m,,ruan (lUild of Organ- Suangler ............................................................VOO    l>Js m ,%7 ami 1%s    an() In loving memon of Dhie Vig on his    (>an preM>nt r, rmtals by birthday Oct. 18 from his    niemorv without repeating a ...................................................................vo°    number. Total ..............................................................$10,090    77 1971 Budget ..............  $21.500    00    Olivera    was* born in Buenos Yet to he raised .................................... $10,809.2:1    Ames. Argentina, in    194H and began hi" musical studies at the age of I with his father, a church organist $92,000 Scholarship Is Received by Coe The Charles and Nettie Biddie k scholarship fund has been endowed at Coe college through a bequest of $92,200 from the estate of the late Mrs Walter Biddie k Wink-rantz. a 1925 graduate of Cen* The scholarship honors the parents of Mrs. Winkrantz and the annual proceeds from the endowed fund will he used for financial aid to “worthy and needy" students at Coe Mrs Wmkrantz. who died in March. I°74. originated the scholarship in 1967 She made gifts of $7,800 to the fund during her lifetime and these gifts together with the bequest bring the total endowed fund to $100 INK) Quick Thinking Helps Police PITTSFIELD Mass «AP) —A new "ben who knows how to take quick note's has been credited with helping police arrest two women and three men accused in connection with a string of 20 thefts in western Massachusetts Police say the unidentified newsboy—who works for the Berkshire Eagle here—spotted a burglary and quickly jotted down the license number of the getaway car It didn t matter that he was not carrying a notebook—the youth scribbled the number on his forearm Dormant Volcano The highest dormant vol-e ano is Yolcan Lluilaillac o (22.058 feet) on the* frontier between Chile and Argentina After graduation from Coe. Mrs W'mkrant/ taught school in Cedar Rapids for 22 years She held a master s degree from the CnUersity of Iowa and was active in a host of Cedar Rapids organizations. She* received Coe s prized Alumni Award of Merit in 1968 At the age of 9 he soloed with the Buenos \ires 'Mn-phony anil at 12. was Hie youngest student to enter the I diversity of Buenos Aires Niter receiv mg a degree there, lie headed for the organ department at the university Indore coming to the I lilted States to study at .billiard on st holarship He is a freelance organist and plays smile IOO programs annually iii the I’nited State" He aho I- a skilled organ builder STAND ON THE ISSUES.. I Favor Nuclear Power Plants. They ore the only .answer we bove now to the energy crisis. I Favor Equal pay for equal work,. Sex, color, race, creed, should make no difference. I Favor Re-evaluation of IPIRS. It is time a study was mode on this program so it can be brought up to date. VOTE FOR IVOR STAHLEY The "Issues Candidate for State Senator Paid for by Stanley tor Senator Committee Mi Betty Riley Treasurer db /es. COATS WITH ZIP-OUT LININGS... Want a coat? Need a coat? You'll find what you want at Holley's. SHOP SUNDAY NOON to i P.M. Jfolley's SHOP FOR MEN LINDAU PLAZA • CEDAR RAPIDS Peculiar Places Present Plenty of Puzzlement 141>v    ( hampf lower, Chilton ( ante o. LONDON    (AP)—Yes.    there    .... . ... .    . „.... .    .. .    mush Kpiscopi and Upton No is a parish of Piddletrenthide hjf>    1 inn' Hector Olivera Tire Retreads Ease Disposal Problem WASHINGTON (AP)-More than 2(81 million tire casings arc discarded each year rn the CS. according to the1 Tire Retread Information bureau That s enough to circle* the earth four times at the* equator Retreads are a way of recycling tires while saving valuable* crude oil reserves It takes seven gallons of oil to produce an average* automobile tire. but only 2ly gallons to retread one. \t that rate, the more than 4(1 million retreads sold in 197:1 alone saved hundreds of millions nf gallons of crude oil parish with Alton Pancras libel Plus That fact has been established by no less an authority than the readers* letters columns of the London Times. There are also, incidentally, places in England with names like Huish Kpiscopi, and Shellow Howells—to say nothing of Mucking and Messing. It started when a Mr P H. H M lh ire wrote that he had read among the ecclesiastical appointments reported in The Times that "the vicar of Piddletrenthide with Alton Pancras and Plush is to be priest in-chargc of Buc khorn Weston and Kingston Magna " ‘‘Is there really a parish of Piddletrenthide with Alton Pancras and Plus?” he* asked \ proud Dorset man, Trevor Jones, assured him that there is such a place "and it is as delightful as its name implies." For good measure. Jones addi*d: "We also have Toller Decorum. Sydling St. Nicholas, Whitchurch ('anoricorum and Ryme Intrinseca, to name but four others." From neighboring Somerset county. Digby Moiler boasted they had villages with name's just as evocative as those in Dorset. such as Wvke TEMPIE JUDAH 3111 LINDSAY LANI ll AND AMERICAN INDIAN JEWELRY AUCTIO willy’s does it again! One dozen gorgeous CARNATIONS SE50 v. 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