Cedar Rapids Gazette, October 27, 1974, Page 10

Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette October 27, 1974

Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 27, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa \ ' 10A Tfc* Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sun.. Pct. 27, 1974 Set Religious Education Discussion at Regis The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sun., Oct. 27, 1971 UA Tho basic philosophy of the religious education program and how it is carried out at Regis high school will bt' presented in a program at 8 p.m. Tuesday at the school Jim Weidner, religion department chairman, will present a 15-minute session on the department. The group will then be divided into small groups to be briefed on specific course content by individual teachers, A question and answer period will follow. "Students are asking questions, and we want parents to know how these questions are answered,” said Weidner "We offer a viewpoint of life that comes from faith. We try to work from the human toward the divine. Reliance on rote memorization alone has lost its place in religious education. Instead, questions about values and the institutionalized church are tackled.” Courses discussed will include Religion I and ll, Comparative Religions. Christian in the World, Christian Personality Development, the Bible. Christian Morality. Marriage. Liturgy Planning seminar, and Faith seminar. The meeting is open to the public. Dear Genie Editor s Note; "Dear Genie is prepared under the auspices of the Linn County Heritage society, Questions should have an Iowa connection, must be kept to a 50-word limit and clearly typed or printed. They will be published on a space available basis. They should be sent directly to Dear Genie, P.O. Box J 75, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 52406. Names and addresses must be included because readers who can help will send answers directly to the questioner Dear Genie, Who was EV? Hartwell, second wife of John L. Hartwell. Oxford, la.. 1880-86'’ Someone named Lib inherited the Hartwell Bible. I would like to locate the Bible and information on the second family. Grace M. Vellema, 4801 NW Dalton, Kansas City. Mo.. 64151 Abbey Creek cemetery is located in Franklin township about 2 miles northwest of Mi. Vernon, la. Does anyone know if there is a plot map for it? Does anyone know of persons buried there for which there are no markers? Phyllis Wen* nermark, 746 Old Marion road NE, Cedar Rapids, la., 52402. I would Mke to correspond with descendants of Joel and Almira Gorden who lived in Madison county, la., in the late 1800s. Also, I would like to exchange information with anyone working on the Petefish line. Willis Gorden, 2051 Forty-second street NE, Cedar Rapids, la.. 52402 I am seeking information on James Patrick, born 1818, and his wife, Sarah Ann McClure, born 1824. Where were they and their parents from? Their son, Willis (my father) was born near Oxford Junction, Jones county, in 1857. There are 15 other children in the family. Mabel Holtorf, 826 First avenue N, Fort Dodge, la.. 50501. I am searching for the descendants of Michael Ugh and Mary Ellen Lynch who were married April 9, 1866, in Lyons, la. Known children are Mary Ellen, born 1867, and Anna Francis, born June 9, 1869. both in Clinton county. la. Michael J. Kearney, Paseo de la Reforma. 379-30 Piso, Mexico 5. D F. Mexico. I need information concerning my grandmother, Amelia \Neiher Mehli (Melia) Schatz. She came from Germany to Minnesota in 1890, married ? Melia, divorced him and married John D. Schatz in 1896 at Oelwein, la. Mrs. Clarence Schoen, 1713 Seventh, Dodge City, Kan., 67801. Inventors Sag In September WASHINGTON (AP>—If necessity is the mother of invention, then September must be its stepc hild September is traditionally a slow month for inventions, reports the Intellectual Property Owners, a nonprofit organization in favor a strong patent system, from its review of patents issued through the years. The winter months hav seen the most significant inventions That's when Thomas A Edison did some of his best work The Wizard of Menlo Park staked claim to his electric lamp in January 1889 and his phonograph on Feb. 19. 1878 Inventor Samuel Colt patented his revolving gun February 1836. magician Harry Houdini’s divers suit for quick escape was filed with the U.S. Patent Office on March I, 1921, and Alexander Graham Bell revolutionized our lives with his telephone on March 7, 1876, The only significant invention turned up for September was an automatic reading system devised on Sept 12. 1961. by Kenneth R Eldredge of Palo Alto. 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He is currently professor of composition and director of the Cornell University Symphony and Chamber orchestras He has written more than a dozen works for chamber instruments, tone poems, and orchestra and band pieces. Husa won the Pulitzer Prize in composition in 1969 for “String Quartet No I”. His first “Quartet” was written in 1948 in the style of Bartok. Of the second “Quartet” written in 1954, Husa said, “I tried to bt* more free, to get away from sonata form. You see. we must try today to lose the classical forms, because they were used so long and so well They reached perfection Toy Sales Rise Is Predicted NEW YORK (AP) - Sales of model electric trains and accessories should reach a new high of $230 million at retail in 1974, and the volume of home racing sets and accessories is expected to hit $120 million The forecast was made here during the annual American Toy Fair by Richard K. Grey, president of a toy company Grey said the 1974 retail volume will represent almost a 50 percent Increase over the estimated $160 million for model trains in 1973 and a 35 percent increase over the $90 million in 1973 for racing equipment "String Quartet No. 3.” Husa said, makes each player "a virtuoso in himself—I give everyone a chance to hale me The first movement has much for solo viola; in the second, the cello predominates; in the third, the two violins. The fourth movement is an epilogue when all the instruments come together" Workshop on Welfare Words A workshop, "The Politics of language and the Welfare Recipient”, conducted by Rita F. Alvin, assistant professor. State University of New York at Buffalo, will he held Nov, 6 from 1:15 to 4:30 p.m. at United Way, 712 Third avenue SE. The* workshop is co-sponsored by the* University of Rita F. Alvis Iowa school of social work and the Iowa • board for public programs in the humanities The workshop grew out of an interest in the kinds of language behaviors being used in discussions of the Welfare system by a broad spectrum of participants, including legislators, social workers, and welfare recipients Through a lecture and small group activities, the workshop will attempt to increase the individual's awareness of language strategies by an examination of examples of contemporary statements on welfare Prof. Ains will also present the preliminary results of an attitude survey on welfare conducted in the Buffalo area Dr Alvis’ special areas of interest are contemporary theories of language and communication, language strategies in political and religious discourses, and the theory of argumentation Cedar Rapids Jaycees 59 Collins Rd. N.E. FRIE PARKING IN LINDALE PLAZA NORTH PARKING LOT OCTOBER 24th thru OCTOBER 31st 6:30 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. Nightly ADMISSION: ADULTS-Sl .OO    CMIlDRIN-$.SO (IO I under) ;

  • Alexander Graham Bell
  • Almira Gorden
  • Anna Francis
  • Clarence Schoen
  • Grace M. Vellema
  • Hartwell Bible
  • James Patrick
  • Jim Weidner
  • John D. Schatz
  • John L. Hartwell
  • Karel Husa
  • Kenneth R Eldredge
  • Mabel Holtorf
  • Mary Ellen
  • Mary Ellen Lynch
  • Michael J. Kearney
  • Phyllis Wen
  • Richard K. Grey
  • Rita F. Alvin
  • Samuel Colt
  • Sarah Ann Mcclure
  • Thomas A Edison
  • Volt Bott
  • Willis Gorden

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Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette

Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Issue Date: October 27, 1974

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