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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - December 1, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa u ft> Cttot Ciirtte! SM.. Dec. I. MM Christmas Donors Camp Good Health Fund That Christmas Is close at hand was evidenced this last week by, contributions sent to The Gazette Camp Good Hcwtht Checks arrived during the week from throe of the tradi- tional donors who make contributions to the camp prior to the holiday Heading the list In this category were Midland Forge Inc with a check for Link-Belt Speeder Employes Unit- ed Fund with a donation and P M Lattner Manufactur- ing Co with a contribution Also noted were two donations in the annual "in lieu of local Christmas cards" category Camp Good :Hcallh, situated on old highway 30 east of highway 13, is operated by the Children's Home ol Cedar Rapids on funds donated each year by subscribers and read ers'of The Gazette. It provides a summer tamping experience for children who would not otherwise be able to attend and enjoj summer camp. Camp Good Health Previously reported a Midland Forge, Inc. i. 5M.IW Link Belt Speeder employes United Fund P M Lattaer Manufactunng Co. ids (HI In memory of loved-ones... 2S 00 In memory of Mr. aid Mrs. John Magnusson and daughters frdtti Mrs: Parke Parks. i5 M Jane Boyd Service club iti M In Ueu of local Christmas cards front Kalhertne L Kelley Id In loving memory of Kerry McEnany. 09 In lien of local Christmas Cards irotti Mrs. Parke Parks Ifl.M In memory of my husband, Richard F Bristol, on Us birthday, Novi 26: Total i 19J4 to be raised. Coe Names Ertefgy Unif Donald Waters Eagle Award To Wafers Donald Waters son of Mr and Mrs Edgar L Waters 1247 Elmhurst drive NE, will receive his Eagle Scout award diirihg a trbnp a WIllH Of hiJhOf Mdhda1} ai 8 Bin Hi keafri Hall dt SI Matthew's LliUHih A ninth gtad6 sftldelit at FHinktiii jUitlur high, he jdliied Clib 42 al OdMtgid sthbiil in 1967, aiid (Wdp 23 Ih Shopping Night for Elderly, Handicapped Only Ihe.elderly and handicapped will be allowed to shup at the Target store at 4501 First SE irom 7 30 to 10 p m Aisles wilt be cleared, chairs for resting will be placed thipughout the store, wheelchairs may be reserved and free- transportation from several places aroutid the tounty will be provided by the store for the Purpose of the project Is to provide a leisurely shopping facility in an uncrowded atmosphere tor those who otherwise would find It difficult to shop during the holiday season, ac- cording to Ted Schwab, store manager Bach department will be fully staffed to help those whi come and their families, he said, and refreshments will be served Wheelchairs may be reserved by calling 393 9500 SEATS buses will be providing transportation from these locations at Marion at abftut 6 30 to 7 p m and 8 to 8 30 p m Winslow House care center, Willow Gardens care center, Crestview Acres, Maple Lawn Pfos 1 and 2 and the countv home. There wlll'be pickups at about 6 30 p'm ,from the Bemon nurs.ng home, Center Point, the Hiawatha nursing home and Hiawatha Derby gas station, the Hallmark nursing home, Mt Vernon, and at about 7pm in Lisbon at the citj hall and Gardner Arms apartments sfhe ftTC clty.bUses will ItiUku plckdps Ih Cedar hapids bn this schedule Meth-Wlfck MilHor, it 3d j. m KlttgstdH Hill, 8 41 td 6 fcOiBWdl nUHfiHgtetie, 6 It) 7, Cdgewuod Manor SO, (WheVi ToWr, Hills, 63d, Qreehe SUUaro rest Hdltlei tfto td 7, Attiericatia tare cdHter, 7 05 td 7 io fa m Re.ttirn trip's Id plfikUti pdllilis will bd leaving the store at about 9 13 p HI Chriilnrat Party for Retarded Dec. 8 The Unn County Awn for Retarded children will sponsor the annual party for retarded citizens and (heir from 2 to 4 Dec 8 at me Teamsters Hall, 5060 .1 slreei .SW. There will be clowns, a magician, treats and Santa Claus. Membership.ln the associa- tion Is not-necessary for par- ticipation Parents are asked to take a gift with their child's name attached. AI ONE DOZEN CARNATIONS Christmas wreaths and mounds are now In. Now open Sun- days 10-4, nights Till 9, Dally 8-5, willy fl Fltril Designs nil M Aw. SE_____ Delivery Servfce-Kl-XK 5M Has stated as a'sslst- aht patrol loiidei-, pdti-dl leiiti- er, dtid assistant selillli- (tatrltl leddffl- lie is sBHitir D leddet- tie hits beet! a deii dillef BHU Is a hifembei bi the Ofdei df (lib Arrdtv Hfe eil-tied 27 ItieMt badges1, tie attended Cdhij) Waiibeek for five sUnihrtr% a'Hd Coe collpge President Leo L Nussbaum' has established an -energy'and resources advisory committee to help Coe con- serve energy and resources on the campus The ad hoc committee will confer with all energy users and submit recommendations to Dr. Nussbaum as to how en- ergy and resources' can be more efficiently utilized. Student members of the committee include Diane West Caldwell, NJ Tom Foley, GSies'bu'rg, ill i iJebra1 Drake, West "WarehatH; Mass toy CaffieJh tolHHetki, ill, 'AtitV HdlhiWail, Lake BlUffi Jeahne tjhkdhhdiz, Bisiiiill-ck, atld BrMey Scllhee, Dds Mollies Other mehlbt-rs M the committee aM Floyd Satidfoid, assistant prtifessdr bf" blfilOgys filchard Ddyife, head Of libtiry circula- tion, Mike Geter, assistant business inattagtT, and C RUbert VVhltcii Oalbrilth Main- tehahce EHkiheeHng seh'ltt, Cedar ttapldg Irdlhlng at Camp Wakiitlda twice, dhte ds a 'staff tHfem M lias to tht> dlld HfldVer tl-alii, Has Urtttefl the- HwHfct- trail Md Soldltrtvin Fdlrnwilig chittilcal frills'" Stazed fay afHiy t lit Pihahil'gb forth larKe'battallons faWy, it formidable, Norriadlc creatures, blvddac In they cldtch each other fjifiti a (trdtettlVe main ardllnd (He irid her bfttM THE MEN'S SHOP WITH THE NAME THAT SOUNDS1IKE CHRISTMAS THINK COMFORT Give Him Pajamas And A Robe tike everything else m Holley's the selection of pajamas and robes is complete. Pajamas in tricot, flannels and knits. Robes in terry, velour, wool-look-orlon and tricot. Choose separates or make up a set. You'll be pleased with your choice when the name on the box is Holley's. Jfol leys SHOP FOR MEN IHiiAltMAZA.CEDMMPWS Shop Sunday Noon to 5 His Gifts From Holley's. It's A Tradition (etthents Naboml Bank tii Personal Banter Kimr VerswuU Vattcr Merchants National Bank m A BANKS OF IOWA1 BANK Main Bank Motor Bank Vernon Village Office Kingston Office Amana Office
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