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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 23, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                4A The Cedar Itaplds Wed., Oct. 23. 1971 V 'fV- Goiclfe pholo by John Mclvoi 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 near- ly 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 siue. The whole project should be finished by Dec. 1. Up and Away The first balloon flight was by and Joseph MnntKolfiiT of Amionay, I'Yana'. in 1T82. They si'iit up a small snioKT-lilled balloon. I Favor I Favor I Favor VOTE FOR Elimination of Social Security Income In figuring the Property Tax Relief for the Elderly. Inflation has required this change in the law for persons on Simplifications of forms for Property Tax Rofiof for Elderly. No one should have to pay to have a tox return mode out. A 5-year moratorium on property tax for improvements to homcitoadi. This encourage property owners to improve their property. The "Issues" Candidate for State Senator Butler. Navera, Robert Jones. Struve. Cub Scouts I'ark 3 The following boys have rm'iml awards al (Jraiit Wood srhool: Hob Hiirdni. Kevin Arnold, (iivt: Iliddi-r, Brett KiiraiuUi. Scott Wulton. Tliatl t'lmiMiin.ns, Chan Kvans, Adam Jerome liias. .luhn Don I'eal. .leff Bias. linrlon, .lonatlian Tim Hunter. Stuart William Itenk. Kicky Frank jr.. Hob Blood. Bill Hubert, Hyan IM'imip. Clark Kacklor. Hilly Hill, Dale Huff, Jim OKlaman. Jamie 1'elers. Mark Wick- ham. Tedd Kaekler. John (lib- son, Stepben GriH.us, Andy Iliiss. Brad Miller, Steve Schnltz, Kent Van Metre, Carl Wallerstedt, David liratten, Peter Cacioppo, Paul Keister, Kurt Lippisch, James Ninvak, Scott Patlison, Chris Pik-wski. John Rider. John Farmer. Johnny Jones, Mark Julian, fircK Long Joseph Miller, Scott Qnackenbush, Spike Schmidt and Lanco Worth. Pack 123 The following boys have received awards at Squaw Creek school: Richard Meyer, Richard Alger, Scott Bnskirk, Calvin Cordray, John Osborn, Juan Ruiz, Richard Bobenhouse, Mark Palmer. Duanc Pike, Scott Jackson, Tom Brown, Shane Glenn, Mark Merta, Mike Mudd, Tim Stolba. John Strawn. jr.. and Matthew Ingles. Pack 25 following boys have received awards al Arthur school: Roger Lindsay. Jim Pospisil, Gary Cnnlentos. Larry Smith, Bill Andrews. Robert Durschcr, Mike Har- togh, Jim Saunders, Brad Rodriguez, Greg Slack. Rodney Keyes, David Larkin, Jay Wuodson, Jim Bast, Tim Mumma, Steve K'ahler. Greg Morgan. Steve Bnttleman. Rusty Clapp, Jim Swenson, Tom Worsfold, Kevin Flan- agan, Steve Fox, Matt Vesey, Jeff Nekola, Mark Clymer. Steve. Klefoth, Dale Moody, Harold Durschcr, Steve Ilar- togh, John Durschcr, Tom Saunders, Scott Moody, Carl Barton, Glenn Healy. John Bast, Bob Baston. Phil Tor- ticil, David Harden and Jeff Mathews. Pack 131 The following boys have received awards at Pierce school: Billy Campbell, Danny Ililker, Neil Johnson, Tom Klemp, Drew Peel, Dan- iel Kadlec, Loren l.ayher, David Monk. Chris Pickett, Kevin David Work- man. Mike Allen. John Bump, Bill Donaldson, Jeff Ford. Kob Kieck, John Oetken, Jim Scharosch. Neil Shaw, Steve Phillip Davis, Mike Emerson, Bret Buyer. Gerstner. Sean McMahan, Chris Moreland, Paid Oetken, Shawn Tone, Jim Sigmon, Mark Trunecek, Jim Shank- lin, David Lee, Matt Orlncr. Scott Miller. Todd Keller, Andy Bronson, Gregg Sjnllie. Kurt lA'Clere, Jeff Kmerson, Craig Dxikonski, Brent Stiers, Steve Stiles, Gregg Ililker. Third Place Honors To 2 Coe Debaters Two members of the Cne college varsity debate won third place last weekend at a tournament at the Univer- sity of Nebraska in Omaha. The team of Douglas Crowder. Ilobbs, Now Mexico, and Mike Montgomery, Charles City, defeated Kansas State and lost a split decision In Augiistaaa college of South Dakota. Kathy Shining, Waterloo, won first place in oral in- terpretation. Ted Reis, assist- ant professor of speech at Coe, was awarded a trophy outstanding forensics c the tournament. Kirkwood Alumni Set Theater Trip Kirku'ood Community col- lege's alumni association is a theater trip to the Gnthrie theater in Minne- apolis Nov. 8 and !1. The trip is open to the public. Kirkwood Sets Travel Lecture on Hawaii Stan Midgley will lecture Thursday at the first program in the HI74-75 Kirkwood Travel and Adventure series. Midg- ley's topic will be' Hawaii. He will show a new film on the 50lh stale. The program will begin at p.m. in the au- ditorium. Tickets will be sold at the dnor at for adults and for students. Season tickets are also available at for families. Slli for individ- ual adults, for senior citi- zens and for students. lour croup will travel by bus, leaving at II n.in Nov. 8. The group will attend a Fri- day evening performance and a Saturday matinee at Gtith- rie. The two plays are William Shakespeare's "Love's Labor and Arthur Miller's "The The group will return by bus after the Saturday per- formance. Cost of the tour will be for students and senior and for others. Included will be trans- portation, accommodations at the Curtis hotel in Minneapo- lis and tickets for both plays. Reservations can he made by telephoning the Kirkwood public relations office. 54114. Christmas Job? Got Social Security Card James N. Wood, social secnril.v .district manager 'in Cedar Haplds, reminds stu- dents, housewives and others planning lo get Christmas ho- liday jobs that they must ap- ply for a social security card if they do not already have line. And, he says, the applica- tion should be made as soon as possible, because (he proc- ess takes time. If individuals are in doubt as to whether they have a so- cial security number already on file, application for another one should be made, accord- ing tu 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. Warn Russians: Conserve Fuel MOSCOW ttUM) The Cummnnisl newspaper Pravda has urged Soviet residents lo carefully conserve fuel and energy supplies in preparation [or the Russian winter. A front-page editorial said some industrial plants in the Ukraine, the central part of the Russian federation and Len- ingrad have mil received scheduled coal supplies. It blamed a shortage of railroad freight cars and poor management. Some metallurgical en- terprises 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 it said. Halloween treat-for-all Scaro up some Halloween spirit Thursday, Oci 31. with bright Hallmark 'Scarecrow' naity accesso- ries. IrOijt yoursi.'lf to the party Inn' Casual sportswear by Fa 100% polyester. Dry clean only. Blazer in solid navy, brown, bottle tr.reon, burgundy and camel. Slacks in coor- dinating 'Solids and patterns. Sixes 3B-48 long. Buy Itii'm separately or put together an outfit. 3'tW A- J i ''.'I ARMSTRONG MK.VS Si'OKTSWKAK Tlllltl) FLOOR pj.I) 6 o'-j iji CARD SHOP STREET FLOOR   

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