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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 27, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa New Bookmobile Location A revised schedule, Induil- iiiK addition of 11 now locu- tion for the Cedar llaplds Public library liookniubile will KO into effect Monday, library officials announced Saturday. Till! added location will lie li'lfil Seventh avenue SW which is about halfway between the main downtown library and the KdKcwood branch. The location is near the Trinity Lutheran school but library officials it is a "nomliborhood stop" for all residents in that area. The Bookmobile will he :it the Seventh avenue SW loca- tion each Wednesday from 1: 30 to 3 p.m. "Most of the schedule will remain the same as last Virginia Grant, who is in charge of the Bookmobile operation, said Saturday. "However, we are hopeful that the schedule will make it convenient for as many people as possible to use the Bookmo- bile." She pointed out a little- publicized service of the Bookmobile is that persons can telephone the main li- brary for materials. The ma- terials will be placed on the Bookmobile for its scheduled stop in that neighborhood and the patron can pick thorn up conveniently. She also said that books ob- tained at the main library or branches can be returned via the Bookmobile. Renewals also will be handled at the Bookmobile. The schedule which will KO into effect this week is as follows: Monday to -I p.m.: Hawthorne Hills. 22B3 C street SW. to p.m.: Wilson av- enue and J street SW. Tuesday 2 to p.m.: Vernon Vil- lage. ML Vernon road and Thirty-fifth street SE. Wednesday to 3 p.m.: Trinity Lu- theran school, Seventh avenue SW. in p.m.: Cedar Hills, Plainvicw drive between Day and Carter streets N'W. 7 to p.m.: Old Lincoln school, Ninth street and Eight- eenth avenue SW. Thursday 2 to 7 p.m.: Center Point road at iMirty-second street NK. 7.15 to p.m.: Twin Pines Baptist church. 3300 Forty-second street NK. I'Yiday to p.m.: Bowman Woods, 151 Bowman road NK. Saturday a.m. to noon: Ml. Vernon road SIC. 1 In p.m.: St. .lames Student-Written Play at Prairie A musical comedy written by two Prairie high school students will he performed Thursday and Saturday at p.m. in the Prairie gymna- sium. "TliruuKh the Door to written by senior Debbie Wade and junior Jeff Loyd is the story of a 20-year class reunion at which the alumni reminisce over llie problems during Iho 1950s. Russell Price is director of the play. Tickets are on sale at the school store for 75 cents for students, for adults and SI.25 for reserved. Tickets will also be available at Ihe door. West Point Cites Ambassador WEST POINT, N.Y. (AP) The U.S. military academy al West Point has given ils highest award, the Thayer Award, to Ambassador Robert D. Murphy, a 311-year veteran of American foreign service. The award, named for Ihe father of Ihe military acade- my, Sylvanus Tbayer. has gone to such notables as Henry Cabot Lodge, Dwighl Eisenhower, Douglas Mac- Arthur, Francis Cardinal Spellman, Mob Mope, Neil Armslrong and Dean Knsk. Ambassador Murphy was U.S. political adviser for Orninny in 1911 and has served as ambassador lo IlelKhmi and Japan and as iin- ilersecrclary of slate for politi- cal affairs. He is currenlly Ihe chairman of Ihe commission on Ihe of Ihe government for Ihe conduct of foreign policy. Methodist church, M3II 10111s boulevard NW. to p.m.: Itolling (Ireen, 3100 block of Thirty- third avenue SW. In 5 p.m.: l.incolnway Village park, .1 street SW. Under a conlracl with Ihe town of Robins, the Bookmo- bile will continue lo be in that community the third Friilay of every month from to p.m. II) YKAKS Wilh an almost astonishing show of independence, was shaping a new modified free-enterprise economic sys- tem. TKl, AVIV of the mure unusual products available ill Israel is an elova- lur which an orthodox Jew can rifle un Ihe Sabbath. H runs continuously anil slops at ev- ery flow, sn Hit1 'lues nut have til push any billions. All work is forbidden In orthodox Jews on Ihe Sabbath, and even pushing a bullon is considered work. Sef 14 Criminal Justice Internships at Kirkwood Four Eastern Iowa criminal justice agencies will provide internship experiences this winter for students nt Kirk- wood Community college. Jules Koefoed, coordinator of the Kirkwood criminal jus- lice program, said 14 persons can be accepted for intern- ships. Interns will work al jobs with justice agencies for 28 to 40 hours per week. They will hi1 eligible for 12 quarter cred- it hours toward graduation Irom the criminal justice program. Students must complete additional classroom work in core subjects. The criminal justice intern- ships are recommended for students who have completed otic year of college training. Other qualified individuals will bo accepted, however. The winter internships will be provided by the Iowa secur- ity medical facility at Oak- dale, community court serv- ices in Cedar Hapids and Iowa City, bureau of adult correc- tions, adult parole agency. Cedar Hapids, and men's re- formatory, Anamosa. Interesled persons should contact Jules Koefoed, coordi- nator of criminal justice, 5536, or Gene Underwood, co- ordinator of cooperative ed- ucation at Kirkwood, Need a second car? Read' Classified. FINE HOME FURNISHINGS Three acres of Magic Shop Monday Night 'til 9 Immediate FREE DELIVERY TAKE MONTHS TO PAY Always PARK FREE at SmuGekoffs Mmlrng suites? at Smulekoff s of course and now they are all SALE PRICED! Regular "799.60 Cainero Dining Room Suite with
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