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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 7, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                2A Th" Cedar Itaplds Gaitcllc! 'I'hurs., November 7, 197 Briefs Indoor Sports The indo sports club will have a potluc dinner Sunday at 1 p.m. at Ih Cerebral Palsy center, 12C Eighth street NW. Best Rental Rents The Bes Adv. Buresli Suppl Wanted: All Silver Coins Jerome's, IE Attention, Santa: Visit Je rome's for Com and Stamp Co. lectors Dianna Miller and Larrj Alexander now serving you a La Salon Bleu. Fish and shrimp served every Friday, 6 to 9 p.m. Stickney' Scoreboard, Sincere thanks to aU who sup ported my candidacy, Jay Ka Adv. Christmas Theatre tours ti Chicago December 6-7 and Min neapolis November 29-30. Trave and Transport. Sale. Concordia Lutheran Church. 4210 Johnson Ave. N.W. Friday November 8 9 A.M.-9 P.M.-Adv. Fresh Lynn's Turkeys. Order now for Thanksgiving. Nelson's Grocery and Meats. 362-3189.- Adv. High Twelve f- Harry Rogers of Carma Lou's House of Music will present a program includ- ing the film "Keys to Crea- tivity" at the Embassy club Friday noon. I Cedar Christian Church 'an- nual Bazaar 10 to Fit Serv- ing Soup, Sandwiches, Pie. 526 3rd Ave. Television Taken Caro' Anne Hardy, 816 Fifteenth ave- nue SW, Thursday reported portable color television set va- lued at and a partial case of beer taken in, a breakin at her residence. Rhonda Bolden is now work- ing at Jan and Jerry's Beauty Center Point Road N.E. Early appointments avail- able. 393-5818.-Adv. Civitan Club Gary Giles, construction s u p e r v i sor for Northwestern Bell, present slides and recorded tapes hazardous driving situations at the a.m. meeting Friday at Bishops downtown. We'll be closed all day Sat- urday November 9, so we can go to Chicago's National Decorat- ing Show, to better serve You in 1975. Barney's Paint Wall- paper. Adv. Money Taken Sidney Lar- son, 708 Seventh street SE, Wednesday reported taken while he was at an apartment at 1010 Fifth avenue SE. Johnny's Parkway, corner El- lis and F Ave. N.W. Friday Spe- cial: Baked Chicken and Dress- ing, served up 'til P.M. Come in as you are. Carry out orders Zoo Meeting A meeting for people interested in continuing the Cedar Rapids zoo project will be held Friday at p.m. at Peoples Bank east. Film of the Pittsburgh zoo will be shown. College Credit 3 week Interim Programs available for college credit January 1975. Phone 363- 8213. Australia, Sister Margaret McManus. Mexico, Sister Gloria Holiday Bazaar, November 7th, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., November 8th, S a.m. to 4 p.m. (luncheon 11 a.m. to 1 Proceeds to Camp Courage and Lutheran Charities. Free Nursery. Our Savior's Lutheran Church, 1st Ave. and 37th St. U.D. Representative A rep- resentative of the University of Dubuque will visit Washington high school at 9 a.m., Regis high school at 11 a.m. and Ken- nedy high school at 1 p.m. Tues- day, and Prairie high school at 9 a.m. and LaSalle high school at 1 p.m. Wednesday. (tctlir fttqmU e GaletTe Co. and oubllihed dolly and Sunday o> 500 Third ovo. SE, Cedor Rcnlds, lowo 574W. RoDidSi Iowa. Subscription rotes by carrier 9S cenls o. week. By mail: Nfoltl Edition and Sunday 6' Issues 13.75 a month, a year: Af- ternoon Editions and Sunday 7 Issues S3.8S a month, o year, other states and U.S. territories a year. No Moll Subscriptions accepted In areas having The Associated Press li entitled exclusively 10 the use for reoublicatlon of nil the local news printed In this news- paper os well os all AP flewi dispatches. Y Tennis Registration ca still be made at the Centr YA1CA for the intermediate an advanced' tennis classes whic will meet Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays starting next week. Chili Supper Sat., Nov. 9, 5 t 8, Adults Children unde 10 Church at Covingto Hwy. 94 West. Adv. Upper Iowa An Upper low college open house will be he] at the Roosevelt beginning at a.m. Sunday. Stamps Taken Vince j Satlo, 3406 Dunham drive SW Wednesday reported wort of food stamps, two music tape valued at and a watch v, ued at taken from his res dence. I Christmas Bazaar Sponsorec 3y Civic Newcomers, Securit; Building corner of 2nd Ave. am 2nd St. S.E., Friday November !th, 9 to 6, and Saturday Novem her 9th, 9 to Player Taken Patric Roby, 543 Forest drive SE iVednesday reported a tape ilayer and two speakers taken rorm his car while parked on Linden terrace SE. The items vere valued at Happiness is the arrival o: fulie Lynn, Congratulations Dan and Mary on a beautiful master- liece. Best wishes, Margare and Food Taken I- Walter F. A ialm, 29 Summer circle NE. Wednesday reported a quantity f meat, beer, liquor and assort d food items taken from his esidence in a breakin. The ems were valued at I Christmas Trees. Choose and ag, cut fresh later, at. Green- randi, 366-6205, 2 miles West f Kennedy on 42nd St. N.E. Tailgate Taken Richard La- arge, Central City, Wednesday e'ported the tailgate from his !ckup truck taken while at the iilson Co. parking lot. The tail- ate was valued at Humphrey to Rome WASHINGTON. (UPI) Sen. ubert Humphrey left Wednes- ay night for the world food onference in Rome. Boddicker Guitar, Accordion Meet Set A program featuring accordi- on and guitar bands is set for 7 p.m. Saturday at (lie Wilson junior high school auditorium. Several soloists and numbers ay seven accordion and five gui- 'ar bands will be featured in the irogram, which climaxes the competition of the 21st annual studio championship of the Bod- dicker School of Music. Students from Cedar Rapids, Vinton, Belle Plaine, Anamosa, Tipton and Williamsburg will >e participating. Judges for the event are Mark faack, Fager- ind, Evansdale, and Mrs. Jim Vennemann, Cedar Rapids. The Cedar Rapids Accordion Aces will close the program vith numbers they performed on their western concert tour and at Expo 74 in Spokane, Wash., in June. There will be no admission charge, and the public is invit- ed. Board of Realtors Makes Special Awards A past president and a pa executive secretary of 11 Cedar Rapids Board of Realto were presented awards Wedne day at the general membersh netting of the Cedar Rapie Board of Realtors. Instructors in the board's landed education course' als vere cited "at the "Appreciatio uncheon" in the Longbranch. Cliff W. Doe, who was pros dent of the Cedar Rapids boai n 1967 and headed the low Assn. of Realtors last year, w; nducted into Omega i'au Rhi lational honorary fraternity o he National Assn. of Realtors. Medallion Board President Jerry Co iresented Doe with the frater iity medallion, awarded only t lealtors who have served th issocialion in a leadership ca lacity. Special Education Plans For Next Fall Approved Special education plans to be mplementecl next fall area education by thi agency 'ere approved by the agency', oard Wednesday night at it; neeting at the Joint Count} chool system, 4401 Sixth stree W. About 65 new special educa- on classes will be started in le fall of 1975, according to Rodee, director of spe> lal education for the agency. The classes are needed as a esult of changes in stale re- uirements for special educa- on. The majority of the new asses will be in the area oi jecific learning disabilities, hildren suffering from specific arning disabilities are ones ho have some type of dif- culty in learning, such as a erceptual problem, which in- Tferes in the learning process. Additional Classes Additional classes are anned for mentally retarded udents. Three classes for pro- undly handicapped students re also planned in cooperation th local school districts, in- uding ones in Iowa City, Iowa unty and Cedar Rapids. Three programs for chronical- disruptive children arc also projected. In addition to' special educa tion classes, Rodee said a sma' increase is also planned in th special education support staff. Additional school psy chologisls will be hired in Linr county to improve the psyeholo [ist-student ratio. More speech and hearing clinicians will be added. Social Workers "We also need an expansion in the number of school socia workers because of the amounl of home-school interaction re quired in certain Rodee said. The plans for special educa- ,ion classes must be submittet o the stale department of pub- ic instruction for slate approva mplemented. A budget for the program wit be presented to the board for its approval Nov. 18, then submit- cd to the slate department foi consideration by Dec. I. The area education agency vill replace the Joint County chool system next July 1 under egislation passed by the gen- eral assembly's last session to mprove special education ser- ices throughout the state. A plaque for "dedicated ser- vice" was awarded to Mrs. liny Walker, who was named execu- tive secretary in 1968 and served until a back injury forced her retirement this year. Cox termed Mrs. Walker "an asset to the board" and cited weekends and nighls she spent "beyond the call of duty to fur- ther the welfare of the Cedar Rapids Board of Realtors. Others Honored Robert Lehman, chairman of :he board's education commit- tee, presented plaques to three ion-board members who have served for.several years on the 'acuity for the board's educa- ;ional course. Honored were Robert Stono, Warion attorney; Richard Abel, Banco Mortgage Co.; and irt Dooliltle, Perpetual Savings and Loan. The board this year doubled he number of education ses- sions, conducting twice-monthly quarterly courses in place of the r e v i o u s monthly six-month courses. Two Injured in Separate C.R. Traffic Mishaps A five-year-old boy and a 21 'ear-old woman were examinee it hospitals Wednesday afte iiey were involved in separate raffic accidents. Neither wai lospitalized. The child, Roger L. Byerly 414 Lee street NE, .was exam ned at St. Luke's hopsital foi ossible head injuries after hi ell out of the car his mother andra A. Byerly, 29, was driv "g- The accident happened when le car door popped open as tfrs. Byerly was making a turn t the intersection of Collins am tenter Point roads NE. No charges were filed. adult, Debra C. Klein 701 Sixteenth avenue SW, was at Mercy hospital for ossible head injuries sufferec n a car-truck crash. Police said a car driven by Iss Klein and a semi-trailer uck driven by Calvin J. rosser, 18, Eldora, collided at e intersection of Sixteenth av- lue and Sixth street SW. No charges were filed. DRIVE SAFELY Above, Rick Poldberg at work in his studio. Above right, your choice free when you open a new account of Right, your choice free for saving When you open a new account of onidd or more to an existing account at'Merch'ants National'Bank, you'll'receive a free o'riginal metal sculpture by Rick Poldberg, one pf the midwest's leading young artists. Different selections are available, depending on the amount you save. These charming, whimsical pieces are perfect for home or office. To get yours stop by any MNB office and open a savings'account or add to your present account. Offer good while supply lasts, so hurry, One sculpture per family. Money must remain on deposit for 6 months or-longcr.' 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