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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 23, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 THC ISSUE  STAN S STANO  The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Wed., Ort. 23, 1974  Warn Russians Conserve Fuel  Christmas Job? Get Social Security Card  .lunies N Wood, social security; district manager In Cedar Rapids, reminds students, housewives and others planning to get Christmas holiday jobs that they must apply for a social security card if they do riot already have one.  And, he says, the application should tx* made as soon as possible, because the process takes tune.  If individuals are in doubt as to whether they have a social security number already on file, application for another one should be made, according to Wood  Applications, Wood said, are screened against central files in Baltimore, so there is little possibility two numbers would be issued to the same person  Cub Scouts  Pack 3 — The following boys have received awards at Grant Wood school:    Rob  Burton, Kevin Arnold, dreg Ridder, Brett Koranda, Scott Walton, Thud Cummings, Chan Evans, Adam Butler. Jerome Bias, John Naxera, Don Peal. Jeff Bias, Robert Burton, Jonathan Huggins, Tim Hunter, Stuart Jones. William Renk. Ricky Struve. Frank Vasquez. jr . Boh Blood, Bill Boger!, Ryan Decamp, Clark Fackler, Billy Hill, Dale Huff, Jim Oglanian, Jamie Peters, Mark Wickham. Tedd Fackler. John Gibson, Stephen Griggs. Andy Hass. Brad Miller. Steve Schultz, Kent Van Metre, Carl Wallerstedt, David Bratten, Peter Cacioppo, Paul Keister, Kurt Lippisch, James Nowak, Scott Pattison, Chris Pilewski, John Rider, John Farmer, Johnny Jones, Mark Julian, Greg Long Joseph Miller, Scott Quackenbush. Spike Schnudt and I.ance Worth.  Pack 123 — The following boys have received awards at Squaw Creek school: Richard Meyer, Richard Alger, Scott Buskirk. Calvin Cordray, John Osborn, Juan Ruiz, Richard Bobenhouse, Mark Palmer, Duane Pike, Scott Jackson, Tom Brown, Shane Glenn, Mark Merta, Mike Mudd. Tim Stolba, John Strawn, jr., and Matthew Ingles.  Pack 23 —The following boys have received awards at Arthur school: Roger Lindsay, Jim Pospisil, Gary Coutentos, Larry Smith, Bill Andrews, Robert Durschcr, Mike Har-togh. Jim Saunders, Brad Rodriquez, dreg Stack. Rodney Keyes. David Larkin, Jay Woodson, Jim Bast, Tim Mumnia, Steve Kohler, dreg Morgan, Steve Buttleman, Rusty ('lapp. Jim Swenson, Tom Worsfold, Kevin Flanagan, Steve Fox, Matt Vesey, Jeff Nekola, Mark Clymer. Steve Klefoth, Dale Moody, Harold Durscher, Steve Har-togh. John Durscher, Tom Saunders. Scott Moody, Carl Barton, Glenn Healy. John Bast, Bob Easton, Phil Tor-ticil, David Harden and Jeff Mathews.  Pack 134 — The following boys have received awards at Pierce school: Billy Campbell, Danny Bilker, Neil Johnson, Tom Klemp. Drew Peel. Daniel Kadlec. Loren Lay her, David Monk. Chris Pickett, Kevin Schatz, David Work- I man. Mike Allen, John Bump, Bill Donaldson. Jeff Ford. Rob Kieck, John Oetken, Jim Schanisch, Ned Shaw, Steve VanZee. Phillip Davis. Mike Emerson, Bret Boyer, Jeff Gerstner, Scan McMahan, Chris Moreland, Paul Oetken, Shawn Tone. Jim Sigmon, Mark Trunecek, Jim Shank-lin, David Lee. Matt Ortner, Scott Miller, Todd Keller. Andy Bronson. Gregg Sjullie, Kurt LeClere, Jeff Emerson, Craig Dzikonski, Brent Suers, Steve Stiles, Gregg Bilker  MOSCOW (UPI) - The Communist newspaper Pravda has urged Soviet residents to carefully conserve fuel and energy supplies in preparation for the Russian winter.  A front-page editorial said some industrial plants in the Ukraine, the central part of the Russian federation and Leningrad have not received scheduled coal supplies It blamed a shortage of railroad freight cars and poor management.  Some metallurgical enterprises have already begun using winter fuel supplies because of delayed deliveries, Pravda said "On the eve of winter, it is necessary to close all channels of losses of fuel and power.” it said.  Kirkwood Sets Travel Lecture on Hawaii  Stun Midgley will lecture Thursday at the first program in the 1974-75 Kirkwood Travel and Adventure series. Midguts topic will be Hawaii He will show a new film on the 50th stale The program will begin at 7:30 p ill. in the auditorium Tickets will be sold at the door at $1.75 for adults and $1 for students. Season tickets are also available at $14 for families, $8 for individual adults, $3 for senior citizens and $2.50 for students  Stacks  Casual sportswear by Farah .    100%  polyester. Dry clean only. Blazer in solid navy, brown, bottle green, burgundy and camel. Slacks in coordinal mg solids and patterns. Sizes 38-48 reg., 40-48 long. Buy them separately or put together an outfit.  M. ' v  ’It rf**    Me    r     Xt  9  Gorette photo by John Mclvor  Renovation of the river walls between Second and Third avenues on May’s island is proceeding on schedule. The work, being done by Cramer Brothers Construction Co., was necessitated by deterioration of the old walls by undercutting from the river. Top photo shows the west wall, where nearly all concrete work is done. Staining, grading and sodding is expected to be finished by Nov. 15. The east wall, in bottom photo, was a bigger job because the whole wall is being replaced instead of merely topped off, as on the west side. The whole project should be finished by Dec. I.  Third Place Honors To 2 Coe Debaters  Two members of the Poe college varsity debate squad won third place last weekend at a tournament at the University of Nebraska in Omaha The team of Douglas Crowder. Hobbs, New Mexico, and Mike Montgomery. Charles City, defeated Kansas State and lost a split decision to Augustana college of South Dakota.  Kathy Shining, Waterloo, won first place in oral in* The first balloon flight was temptation Ted Reis, assist* by Jacques and Joseph ant professor of speech at Coe, Montgolfier of Annonay, was awarded a trophy as the France, in 1782. They sent up outstanding forensics coach at a small smoke-filled balloon the tournament  Blazer  *35  Slack  *15  One of a series of Issues” messages  ARMSTRONG MEN s SPORTSWEAR THIRD FUH)R  Elimination of Social Security Incoma in figuring tho Properly lox Relief for tho Elderly. Inflation ho* required this chonge in the low for parsons on fixed income.  Simplifications of forms for Property Tax Refief for Eldarty. No on# should ha va to pay to hove a tox return mode out.  A S-year moratorium on property tax for improvements to homostoods. This will encourage property owners to improvo their property.  I Favor  I Favor  halloween treat-for-all  I Favor  Scare up some Halloween spirit Thursday, Oct 31 with bright Hallmark Scarecrow party accesso ries Treat yourself to the party fun*  VOTE FOR  CARD SHOP STREET FLOOR  The “Issues” Candidate for State Senator  Paid tor by Stanley for Senator Committee Mi betty Riley, Treamrer   

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